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  1. Video for Jackson wants funding increased for iwi radio and Māori TV
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    Jackson wants funding increased for iwi radio and Māori TV

    Māori Development Minister Willie Jackson has appointed a new independent advisory group to further strengthen the future of Māori broadcasting. 

  2. 2020 Matariki Awards event postponed

    Following the Government’s announcement that Tāmaki Makaurau will shortly return to Alert Level 3, and the remainder of Aotearoa to Alert Level 2, the decision has been made to cancel the kanohi ki

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    Lecturer shares thesis on Māori media

    Communication lecturer for AUT Atakohu Middleton has recently completed her thesis which focused on Māori media and the differences in terms of how it operates compared to mainstream.

  4. Māori Television welcomes consultation on Te Ao Pāpāho Ki Tua- Māori Media Sector- Shift Options

    Māori Television welcomes consultation on the Māori Media Sector – Shift Options Discussion Document announced by Hon Nanaia Mahuta, Minister for Māori Development today.

  5. Video for New funding package in the pipeline for Māori media sector
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    New funding package in the pipeline for Māori media sector

    Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta has $3.3m to spend.

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    Winners of 2020 Voyager Media Awards revealed

    Executive Producer of TV3's The Hui, Annabelle Lee Mather, won the prestigious Editorial Executive of the Year award at the 2020 Voyager Media Awards last night.

  7. Video for Māori Television welcomes additional funding from Budget 2020
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    Māori Television welcomes additional funding from Budget 2020

    Māori Television welcomes the $3.5 million of additional funding announced in Budget 2020 that will further support the Māori Media Sector to deliver Māori News and Current Affairs.

  8. Video for $3.5mil to bolster Māori news and current affairs
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    $3.5mil to bolster Māori news and current affairs

    The Government's Rebuilding Together Budget for 2020 has also included an injection of $3.5mil for Māori Media - specifically supporting News and Current Affairs.

  9. Video for Media get $50 million piece of the pie from Government - 4:30pm Newsbreak
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    Media get $50 million piece of the pie from Government- 4:30pm Newsbreak

    - There are two new confirmed cases and 1 probable case of COVID-19. Sadly, two more people have died of the virus - a woman in her 60s and a Rosewood Resthome resident.

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    Govt announces $50m support package for media

    The package will free up cash in the short term to assist the industry get through the immediate crisis and dramatic drop in advertising revenue experienced since the start of COVID Alert Level 4.

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