Tūtohu Māori Television. Ngā hua 11 - 20 o te 81 mō

Ngā hua 11 - 20 o 81

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  1. NGĀ TOHU MATARIKI O TE TAU 2021 – NOMINATIONS CLOSING SOON

    Ngā Tohu Matariki o te Tau is an annual event hosted by Māori Television that celebrates outstanding Māori excellence and success, and provides the opportunity to acknowledge and honour individuals and organisations whose passion, innovation and dedication is making a difference to our communities and country.

  2. SINGING FOR 5 MINUTES OF FAME – ON MĀORI TELEVISION!

    New Zealand’s undiscovered singing stars take a shot at fame when they go head-to-head in Māori Television’s new talent show 5 MINUTES OF FAME premiering tonight – Thursday 13 May 2021 – at 8.30 PM.

  3. SUNDAY CINEMA SHOWCASES OSCAR WINNER – ON MĀORI TELEVISION

    The first foreign language film to win an Academy Award for Best Picture – South Korean thriller PARASITE – headlines Māori Television’s SUNDAY CINEMA slot this Sunday 4 April 2021 at 8.30 PM.

  4. NZ WARS: STORIES OF TAINUI ON MĀORI TELEVISION

    The third epic chapter in RNZ’s award-winning series – NZ WARS: STORIES OF TAINUI – screens on Māori Television on Wednesday 17 March 2021 at 8.30 PM.

  5. Fast, Friendly, Te Ao Māori at Your Fingertips

    Instant connection to the Māori world is one swipe closer today with the launch of two new apps from Māori Television. Ko te hononga inamata ki te ao Māori kua kotahi te maretitanga i te rangi nei nā te whakarewanga o ngā taupānga hou e rua a Whakaata Māori. 

  6. Pasifika TV and Māori Television Partner to Launch New Pacific Contribution Hub

    Pasifika TV and Māori Television announce the launch of a new Pacific Contribution Hub (PacHub), set to bridge the sharing of news, sport and entertainment content between Aotearoa, New Zealand and the Pacific.

  7. Realignment next step in Māori Television’s growth

    Staff at Māori Television were informed of an internal staffing realignment today, which includes consultation for affected staff to have their say on the future direction of the broadcaster.

  8. Statement on pay-for-play accusation

    Māori Television acknowledges the actions in this instance are inappropriate and fall well short of the organisation’s editorial standards.

  9. New CEO for Māori Television

    Māori Television has today announced the appointment of Shane Taurima (Rongamaiwahine, Ngāti Kahungunu) to the position of Tāhuhu Rangapū (Chief Executive) effective immediately.

  10. Whakaatu hua anō

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