Melbourne: Top bosses of New Zealand's state-owned TV channel, whose former host Paul Henry had made racial remarks against Indian-origin Governor General Anand Satyanand, have apologised to the leader in person.
TVNZ's Chairman John Anderson and CEO Rick Ellis called on Satyanand at the Government House in Auckland and apologised over the Henry episode, the channel said today.
Satyanand "very graciously" accepted the apology they offered to him, it said.
Henry resigned as Breakfast show's presenter on Sunday amid an uproar over comments he made on air about the Governor-General and his mocking of the name of Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit....more
01:10 PM, Oct 14, 2010