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Māori Television and Fairfax Media announce partnership today

Māori Television and Fairfax Media announced a partnership today that will feature Māori Television’s news videos on the Stuff website.

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MĀORI TELEVISION HERALDS MATARIKI WITH A CELEBRATION OF NZ STORYTELLING AND ACHIEVEMENT

The commitment to local content and our uniquely Aotearoa perspective continues on Māori Television, with a selection of award winning stories of everyday struggle and triumph and the celebration of extraordinary Māori achievement to screen this June and July.  

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MĀORI SUCCESS TO BE CELEBRATED AT 2017 MATARIKI AWARDS

Julian Dennison, Taika Waititi, Mike King and Graham Hoete among finalists.  After a stellar inaugural event last year, Māori Television and Te Puni Kōkiri are excited to announce the finalists for 2017’s Matariki Awards. The annual event celebrates and honours extraordinary Māori talent and achievement across a broad range of fields and industries.

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New research shows that Māori Television is playing a vital role in the revitalisation of te reo Māori

Research on the impact of Māori Television on te reo Māori, shows that it plays a vital role in the normalisation and revitalisation of the Māori language.

The 2016 project Māori Broadcasting Language Impact Evaluation, conducted by Kantar TNS and Colmar Brunton, was a joint venture between Māori Television and Te Māngai Pāho. Māori Television CEO Pāora Maxwell says that the research also indicates that Māori Television has a positive impact on the intergenerational transmission of te reo in the home.

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Paora Maxwell announces resignation from Māori Television

The Chief Executive of Māori Television Paora Maxwell has announced his resignation from the broadcaster. Maxwell said it has been a tremendous privilege to have led Māori Television through a challenging era for the entire industry.

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Māori Television continues to lead the way with local content

Māori Television continues to be the leading free-to-air broadcaster to play the most local content.

NZ On Air’s 2016 Local Content New Zealand Television report released today showed that Māori Television led all other free-to-air broadcasters of local content with 5184 hours – equivalent to 86% of its schedule. That compares with 40% for TVNZ 1 and 39% for Three.

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ANIKA IS BACK

More laughs, more jams and more sass are coming your way as Anika Moa is unleashed for another exciting series of “All Talk with Anika Moa”.

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SCHOOL OF TRAINING PUTS BUDDING PERSONAL TRAINERS TO THE TEST

A fitness competition like no other is hitting Māori Television screens on Wednesday 10th of May at 8:30 pm with Joe Naufahu, actor and owner New Zealand’s most prominent gym, Ludus Magnus.

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