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  1. Video for A new direction for Whakaata Māori
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    A new direction for Whakaata Māori

    At a dawn ceremony in East Tamaki this morning, our indigenous name, Whakaata Māori, was launched. It will replace Māori Television.

  2. WATCH LIVE: OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF WHAKAATA MĀORI

    New Zealanders are invited to celebrate the historic dawn launch of the new name for Māori Television. Whakaata Māori, which means ‘to mirror’, ‘to reflect’ or ‘to display’, will be the official name reflecting the network’s growth into a multi-media organisation.

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    Historic milestone for Māori TV to be livestreamed as the sun rises

    The new name for Māori Television will be revealed to the world in a livestream at dawn tomorrow.

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    Jennifer Ward-Lealand’s new directing project: From P to ponies

    One of New Zealand’s most accomplished actors, Jennifer Ward-Lealand, who made her screen directing debut last year on a film about P-addiction, is the director of a new Māori language drama for Whakaata Māori. 

  5. Video for 'Queer and Here' show  celebrates LGBTQI+ with Māori
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    'Queer and Here' show celebrates LGBTQI+ with Māori

    Aniwa Whaiapu Koloa-Matangi grew up not really knowing much about his takutāpui identity. “I wasn’t really a thing for me,” he says.

  6. Video for Māori Television switching to its reo Māori name
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    Māori Television switching to its reo Māori name

    After 18 years, Māori Television is changing its name to Whakaata Māori. 

  7. Video for Self-taught cake-maker bakes Māori Television’s 18th birthday keke
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    Self-taught cake-maker bakes Māori Television’s 18th birthday keke

    Today Māori Television turns 18 years old and what better way to celebrate than with cake?

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    Whakaata Māori commemorating Waitangi with all-day, virtual coverage

    Waiata, debates, film and documentaries will screen alongside addresses from the country’s leaders.

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    Whakaroau: Watching reporters through a viewfinder

    Rituraj Sapkota and some of his media colleagues preparing for a bridge run in Parliament

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