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Dr Haare Williams receives lifetime award in broadcasting
Veteran journalist Hare Williams received the Lifetime Achievement Award at today's Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Journalism Awards, held at Massey University's Albany campus.
Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Journalism Awards winners announced
Māori Journalism was celebrated today as Massey University hosted the Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Journalism Awards at its Auckland campus.
A family affair- Leonard siblings clean up at NZTV awards
Te Arawa, Rangitāne siblings Susan, Carmen and Wayne Leonard are ecstatic to have all won awards at this year’s New Zealand Television Awards. The director and producers say success is in the genes.
Tumeke FM reigns supreme for 2018- Full Results, Māori Radio Awards
Iwi radio stations from all over the country gathered at Rotorua's Energy Event Centre tonight for the annual Māori Radio Awards. Tumeke FM has taken out the supreme award, Te Pou Irirangi Toa o Te Tau 2018.
Tini Molyneux receives Television Legend award
Tūhoe descendant and veteran journalist Tini Molyneux will receive this year's Television Legend award, recognising her work in television over thirty-six years.
Te reo Māori the big winner at NZ industry awards
Māori Television’s te reo news and live events coverage and content programming are among the finalists recognised for excellence in television at this year’s Huawei Mate20 New Zealand Television Awards 2018.
NZTV 2018 Award finalists announced- Full List
Finalists for the Huawei Mate20 New Zealand Television Awards 2018 have been announced, so who are the best on our screens, Aotearoa?
Review of Māori media raises concerns for Te Mātāwai
Te Mātāwai is concerned about the government's Māori broadcast sector review because it did not have input into developing its scope.
TPK to review Māori media sector
The Māori Broadcasting sector is being reviewed by Te Puni Kōkiri to ensure its responsive to the changing digital media environment. Māori Television, Te Māngai Pāho and The Māori Radio Collective will be assessed.