Media

Dora says Kia ora on Māori Television

Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants have been given a new voice thanks to a Māori Television project to translate the popular children’s programmes into te reo Maori.

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Exploring the Art of Māori Oratory

WHAIKŌRERO, a new documentary series exploring the origin and history of Maori speech-making, will premiere on Māori Television on Wednesday July 16 at 8.00pm.

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Māori Television Current Affairs Programme Wins International Journalism Awards

Māori Television current affairs programme, Native Affairs, has won two international journalism awards today at the World Indigenous Broadcasters Conference (WITBC) in Canada.

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Māori Television Takes On Media Matters

What makes the New Zealand media tick?   Who decides which stories get covered, which ones don’t and how the subjects are treated?  

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Kai Time Hits The Road With A New Host

Māori Television’s favourite food show, KAI TIME ON THE ROAD, returns to air on Sunday July 6 at 6.00pm with a new host at the helm.

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Māori Television Welcomes BSA Rulings

Māori Television welcomes the Broadcasting Standards Authority rulings on two Native Affairs stories which aired last year.

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Continued support on Māori Television for local rugby league

Tune in for coverage of the FOX MEMORIAL SHIELD premiership on Māori Television on Saturday, June 14 at 3.30pm and on Te Reo channel on Sunday, June 15 at 9.00pm.

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Maoritelevision.com provides platform for NZ’S first children's web series

New Zealand’s first web series for children, NIA’S EXTRA ORDINARY LIFE, is now available on Māori Television’s website, www.maoritelevision.com.

Set in the sleepy Northland town of Tinopai, the 12-part web series follows the adventures of Nia, a 10-year-old girl who lives a pretty ordinary life.

But with the help of her vivid imagination, her diary and her friends, it becomes an extra ordinary life.

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