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Māori TV, TVNZ to support distance learning- 4.30pm Newsbreak
Māori Television and TVNZ will broadcast education content from the 15 April to support the Ministry of Educations distance learning infrastructure.
Party leaders go head to head in debate
Those that weren't on stage were often talked about throughout the night's debate. First up was Winston Peters. Green Party leader James Shaw calling out the New Zealand First leaders absence from the debate.
TVNZ Māori commissioner role could be axed
Questions are being raised about TVNZ's restructuring and whether it will affect the state broadcaster's Māori programming. Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei says she understands the broadcaster intends to get rid of the Māori commissioner role, meaning no Māori representative at the executive level.
Te Kāea- He Maimai Aroha 2016
As we farewell 2016 we remember the dearly departed. Those who armed themselves for the greater good, who were leaders in their own right and who taught us so much. Te Kāea would like to pay tribute to their passion, work and dedication.
Dump God Defend New Zealand – Broadcaster Peter Williams
Veteran TVNZ broadcaster Peter Williams wants the English of the New Zealand national anthem dumped for the reo Māori version only .
Native Affairs Māori Language Special – Attitudes towards Te Reo
In studio to help Native Affairs analyse attitudes towards te reo Māori is provocative columnist singer Lizzie Marvelly, legendary Māori broadcaster Tini Molyneux, TV and radio presenter Stacey Morrison, and the man with too many hats to name, Willie Jackson.
Respected Māori broadcaster has passed away
Māori journalist Anzac Pikia has passed away at the age of 35.
Native Affairs- Future of Broadcasting- Part 2: Charter
It's sad to say but New Zealand no longer has a public broadcaster.
Native Affairs- Matai Studio Panel
To discuss the significance of Māori programming at TVNZ, is former Māori Programming staff member and renowned TV presenter, Matai Smith.