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  1. Video for #REOREASONS Kids Can Kōrero, Boardroom #1
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    #REOREASONS Kids Can Kōrero, Boardroom #1

    Māori Television discovers and shares what drives people to engage with te reo Māori in the channel wide campaign, #REOREASONS.

  2. Video for #REOREASONS, Event Hustle
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    #REOREASONS, Event Hustle

    Māori Television discovers and shares what drives people to engage with te reo Māori in the channel wide campaign, #REOREASONS.

  3. Video for #REOREASONS, Maori Warden #4
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    #REOREASONS, Maori Warden #4

    Māori Television discovers and shares what drives people to engage with te reo Māori in the channel wide campaign, #REOREASONS.

  4. Video for #REOREASONS, Maori Warden #3
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    #REOREASONS, Maori Warden #3

    Māori Television discovers and shares what drives people to engage with te reo Māori in the channel wide campaign, #REOREASONS.

  5. Video for #REOREASONS, Maori Warden #2
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    #REOREASONS, Maori Warden #2

    Māori Television discovers and shares what drives people to engage with te reo Māori in the channel wide campaign, #REOREASONS.

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    A new home for Māori Language Week

    Māori Language Week has been celebrated since 1975 and this year moved to September from mid-year to increase the chances of good weather for outdoor activities and to renew the link with Māori Language Day.

  7. Video for Meet the translators behind Moana Reo Māori
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    Meet the translators behind Moana Reo Māori

    Three University of Auckland staff members have been tasked with translating the Walt Disney hit movie Moana into te reo Māori ahead of its release during Māori Language Week.

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    Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2017

    No matter what your level of te reo Māori is, don’t be shy…kōrero mai with Māori Television this Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2017. Kia kaha!

  9. Video for Te Mātāwai meet Māori Broadcasters
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    Te Mātāwai meet Māori Broadcasters

    New chair of Te Mātāwai Te Waihoroi Shortland says it's up to broadcasters themselves to come up with what they want when it comes to the revitalisation of the Māori Language.

  10. Video for Radio Host has Reo Māori Debut
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    Radio Host has Reo Māori Debut

    ZM radio announcer Jase Hawkins from the Jase and PJ show is pushing past his comfort zone with a self-issued challenge for Māori Language week. Originally from Australia, Hawkins has lived in NZ for nearly two years, and today he announced a segment of the afternoon show entirely in Te Reo.

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