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    Native Affairs scoops Best Māori Reporting at Canon Media Awards

    Māori Television’s Native Affairs reporter, Renee Kahukura Iosefa, has won Best Reporter Māori and Ethnic Affairs at the Canon Media Awards.

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    Decline of proposed merger ‘a win for media diversity’

    The draft determination by the Commerce Commission, rejecting the merger of NZME and Fairfax, has been welcomed by the journalists’ union, E tū, and the Labour party among others.  The Commission Chairman Dr Mark Berry said the merger would result in a media entity which controlled nearly 90% of New Zealand’s print media market – making this the second highest level of print media ownership in the world, behind only China.

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    Māori storytelling celebrated at Ngā Kupu Ora Awards

    The Massey University Ngā Kupu Ora Awards took place at the Auckland War Memorial Museum last night, celebrating Māori telling their own stories through Māori books and journalism. 

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    A call for more Māori Journos

    Māori journalists from all over the country are looking for solutions to what they say is a ‘crisis’. 

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    Māori doyenne of broadcasting passes

    Māori broadcaster, Puhi Rangiaho, has passed away after a long illness.  She died at Tauranga Hospital surrounded by whānau last night. 

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    Ngā Kupu Ora Awards to recognise excellence in Māori journalism

    Massey University’s Māori book awards are being expanded this year to celebrate excellence in Māori journalism. The 2016 Ngā Kupu Ora Awards, celebrating Māori Books and Journalism will include the first national Māori journalism award. 

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    Radio Te Hiku o te Ika celebrates 25 proud years

    Today marked a celebration of the 25 years since the first broadcast of Radio Te Hiku o te Ika in Kaitaia.

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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.

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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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    Māngai Nui set to give Te Arawa a unique voice in mainstream media

    Two Te Arawa journalists are collaborating with the Rotorua Daily Post to produce a Māori newspaper dedicated to sharing Te Arawa stories. 

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