New Zealanders are invited to celebrate the historic dawn launch of the new name for Māori Television. Whakaata Māori, which means ‘to mirror’, ‘to reflect’ or ‘to display’, will be the official name reflecting the network’s growth into a multi-media organisation.
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MOVIE MAGIC FOR THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS – ON MĀORI TELEVISION!
Sit back, relax and enjoy a bumper line-up of classic cinema and family-friendly movies over the Christmas and New Year holiday period – free-to-air on Māori Television.
THE BEST SHOWS – ALL DAY ALL WEEKEND – ON MĀORI TELEVISION!
Bags the comfy chair and get yourself some snacks! Get ready for a binge fest of your favourite shows screening every Friday to Sunday between 10.00 AM – 3.00 PM over the next six weeks, starting Friday 3 September (Mahuru) 2021 – on MĀORI TELEVISION.
GET DOWN IN LOCKDOWN WITH MUSOS ONLINE – ON MĀORI TELEVISION!
Celebrated New Zealand musicians will perform live from their living rooms during lockdown in THE MEMBERS’ LOUNGE – streaming on Māori Television’s Facebook page at 8.00 PM every day from tomorrow (Wednesday 1 September 2021).
MARANGA MAI TE MAURI MĪHARO! FUN LEARNING FOR TAMARIKI
Mauri magic is back for tamariki across Aotearoa. The latest MAURI REO, MAURI ORA – KŌANGA 2021 will launch tomorrow, Wednesday 25 August on Māori Television, to ensure Māori language learning can continue anywhere, any time for tamariki during and after a COVID lockdown.
KAPA HAKA LIVE, FREE-TO-AIR AND ON DEMAND – ON MĀORI TELEVISION
Māori Television continues to consolidate its reputation as New Zealand’s ‘Home of Haka’ with unparalleled coverage of traditional Māori performing arts events – live, live streamed, free-to-air and on demand.
MĀORI+ – LEADING OUR STORIES
Māori Television continues to lead Māori content at your fingertips with the exclusive release of AKE AKE AKE on Friday 16 July 2021.
AKE AKE AKE – THE STORY OF IHUMĀTAO – ON MAORI+ AND ON MĀORI TELEVISION!
AKE AKE AKE an emotive, powerful, and at times confronting three-part documentary recounting events surrounding the historic Ihumātao occupation, available on the MĀORI+ app, 16 July, and premiering 19 JULY 8.30 PM on MĀORI TELEVISION.
TAIKURA 2021: WAIATA FROM KAUMĀTUA ACROSS THE MOTU
TAIKURA 2021: WAIATA FROM KAUMĀTUA ACROSS THE MOTU – ON MĀORI+ APP & MĀORI TELEVISION AND TE PAPA TONGAREWA WEBSITES
ON PIO TEREI TONIGHT – ON MĀORI TELEVISION …
Actor, writer and ‘Shot Bro’ Rob Mokaraka, joins former Silver Fern, celebrated broadcaster and longest serving co-host of ‘Code’ Jenny May Clarkson on the couch with Nicola ‘Nix’ Adams on PIO TEREI TONIGHT, Wednesday 24 June 2021 at 8.30 PM on Māori Television.
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