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  1. 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. 

  2. 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

  5. MOVIE MAGIC FOR THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS – ON MĀORI TELEVISION!

    Sit back, relax and enjoy a bumper line-up of classic cinema and family-friendly movies over the Christmas and New Year holiday period – free-to-air on Māori Television.

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    Iwi radio broadcasters team up to produce regional TV news show

    The weekly news show produced by iwi radio stations across the central North Island screens on Māori Television's Te Reo channel every Monday at 7pm.

  7. THE BEST SHOWS – ALL DAY ALL WEEKEND – ON MĀORI TELEVISION!

    Bags the comfy chair and get yourself some snacks! Get ready for a binge fest of your favourite shows screening every Friday to Sunday between 10.00 AM – 3.00 PM over the next six weeks, starting Friday 3 September (Mahuru) 2021 – on MĀORI TELEVISION.

  8. GET DOWN IN LOCKDOWN WITH MUSOS ONLINE – ON MĀORI TELEVISION!

    Celebrated New Zealand musicians will perform live from their living rooms during lockdown in THE MEMBERS’ LOUNGE – streaming on Māori Television’s Facebook page at 8.00 PM every day from tomorrow (Wednesday 1 September 2021).

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    New celebrity livestream show Ani-Piks launches on the 'Gram

    Māori Television is already running Te Ao Tapatahi and Te Ao Mārama as daily livestreams on Facebook.

  10. MARANGA MAI TE MAURI MĪHARO! FUN LEARNING FOR TAMARIKI

    Mauri magic is back for tamariki across Aotearoa. The latest MAURI REO, MAURI ORA – KŌANGA 2021 will launch tomorrow, Wednesday 25 August on Māori Television, to ensure Māori language learning can continue anywhere, any time for tamariki during and after a COVID lockdown.

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