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    Māori Television formally opens new premises

    Māori Television formally opened its new premises at 433 East Tāmaki road, south Auckland early this morning - in a ceremony attended by the Minister for Māori Development Hon Te Ururoa Flavell and other Members of Parliament, iwi, local community representatives, schools and industry partners.  

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    Memorial held for veteran Maori broadcaster Marama Martin

    Veteran broadcaster Marama Martin (nee Koea) of Te Ati Awa decent has been farewelled by whānau and friends in a private service in Nelson.

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    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. 

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    Research shows Māori Television plays key role in te reo revitalisation

    A research project exploring the impact of Māori Television on te reo Māori, shows the broadcaster is playing a key role in the revitalisation of the language.

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    Kingi Ihaka- Father, soldier, broadcaster and iwi leader

    After a long battle with cancer, War Veteran, TV Broadcaster and cultural advisor Kingi Ihaka of Te Aupouri has passed away at the age of 74. Kingi died this morning surrounded by his family at the Mercy Hospice in Auckland, his son Stephen Ihaka spoke to Te Kāea earlier today about his legacy.

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    Māori Film-Maker to study at Sundance Institute

    A new scholarship to study at the prestigious Sundance Institute has been awarded to an aspiring Māori film-maker. Toiroa Williams, 23, will spend a year at the institute in Los Angeles which was founded by actor Robert Redford to advance the work of those working in film and theatre. Nearly 300 people in NZ applied for the scholarship and Toiroa was one of two successful applicants.

  7. Video for Māori broadcaster Reuben Collier receives NZ Order of Merit
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    Māori broadcaster Reuben Collier receives NZ Order of Merit

    18 Māori have been named on the prestigious 2017 honours list. Māori broadcaster stalwart, Reuben Collier (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Rereahu-Maniapoto) is one of them, who has been awarded the Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM), for services to the television industry and Māori.

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    Native Affair – Māori language for all

    Actor and Te Pīnakitanga ki te reo Kairangi graduate Jennifer Ward-Lealand and the host of the Māori Television news show 'Kawe Korero' Kawe Roes talks about the importance of te reo Māori broadcasting.

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    Māori TV to host the 10th anniversary WITBN conference

    Māori Television is set to host the World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Conference (WITBC) in 2018, marking the networks 10th year anniversary.

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    Māori Television announces shift to South Auckland

    Māori Television has selected a south Auckland site as the location for its new headquarters.

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