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    Future of Māori media secured- Māori Development Minister

    Whakaata Māori welcomes decisions announced today by Māori Development Minister, Willie Jackson, that seek to strengthen the Māori Media sector.


    The first national observance of a tikanga Māori event will be marked by a full day of Matariki themed programming on Whakaata Māori. The special live broadcast begins at 6.00 AM on Friday 24 June 2022.


    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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    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.

  5. Video for Native Affairs - Will Flavell

    Native Affairs- Will Flavell

    It might be called Tāmaki of a hundred lovers, but when it comes to politics there is absolutely no love lost in the electorate of Tāmaki Makaurau.

  6. Video for Paora Maxwell officially welcomed into new role

    Paora Maxwell officially welcomed into new role

    Ngāti Rangiwēwēhi and Te Arawa descendant, Paora Maxwell has officially been welcomed into his new position as the leader of Māori Television by Te Puea Marae and Māori Television. 

  7. Video for Native Affairs – Political Special Part 1

    Native Affairs – Political Special Part 1

    Strengthening the focus on whānau, hapū and iwi, and consolidating Māori leadership, are said to be the key principles underpinning the Māori Party's proposed new Māori Language Strategy being pushed through parliament before the election.

  8. Video for Native Affairs - 10 Years of Māori TV

    Native Affairs- 10 Years of Māori TV

    Last Friday Māori Television celebrated 10 magnificent years on air.

  9. News

    Māori TV Board decides not to appoint new CEO

    The Board of Māori Television has decided not to appoint a new Chief Executive after it was unable to reach a unanimous decision. 

  10. Video for Te Kāea's subtitles will play out at 7pm

    Te Kāea's subtitles will play out at 7pm

    From this Monday, April 8, Te Kāea will play subtitled from 7pm.

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