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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Future of Broadcasting - Part 5: Funding Reality
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    Native Affairs- Future of Broadcasting- Part 5: Funding Reality

    We all love seeing more of New Zealand on air and while we can't seem to get enough of reality television, should the taxpayer have to pay for it?

  2. Video for Native Affairs - Future of Broadcasting - Part 4: Radio
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    Native Affairs- Future of Broadcasting- Part 4: Radio

    Government funded radio broadcasting began in New Zealand in 1925.  After various incarnations in 1995, Radio New Zealand was established by an Act of Parliament. 

  3. Video for Native Affairs - Future of Broadcasting - Part 3: Māori Broadcasting
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    Native Affairs- Future of Broadcasting- Part 3: Māori Broadcasting

    Television broadcasting began in New Zealand in 1960 but it would be another 20 years before a Māori programme was regularly screened by our state broadcaster.

  4. Video for Native Affairs - Future of Broadcasting - Part 2: Charter
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    Native Affairs- Future of Broadcasting- Part 2: Charter

    It's sad to say but New Zealand no longer has a public broadcaster. 

  5. Video for Native Affairs - Future of Broadcasting - Part 1: The Bad News
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    Native Affairs- Future of Broadcasting- Part 1: The Bad News

    Media commentators and broadcasters debate the future of broadcasting in New Zealand.

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    Campbell Live supporters present petition to TV3

    Supporters of Campbell Live converged on TV3 to call for the show to remain on the channel following a recent announcement that a review was underway into the current affairs programme.

  7. Māori Television CEO Paora Maxwell at Parliament - Photo / file
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    Māori Television appears before Māori Affairs Select Committee

    Māori Television appeared before the Māori Affairs Select Committee (MASC) today for its annual review.

  8. Video for Lights, Cameras, Haka!
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    Lights, Cameras, Haka!

    The cameras are in place, the microphones have been tuned for largest event on the Māori calendar.  Every second, every day of haka will be broadcast live and there's a huge production happening behind the scenes.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Matai Studio Panel
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    Native Affairs- Matai Studio Panel

    To discuss the significance of Māori programming at TVNZ, is former Māori Programming staff member and renowned TV presenter, Matai Smith.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Willie Jackson
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    Native Affairs- Willie Jackson

    Ngā Aho Whakaari, who represent Māori in Screen Production, says the outsourcing is a smokescreen and it questions TVNZ's long-term commitment to the Māori and Pacific voice. 

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