Arguably one of the fasted growing national sports in Aotearoa, the Waka Ama Sprint Nationals will make their welcome return to Māori Television for 2018, with streaming coverage broadcasting live and direct from Lake Karāpiro, Cambridge from the 15th to the 20th January.
Māori Television will showcase some of the finest exponents of Māori performing arts this summer, launching with the digital first drop of rangatahi reality series The Puna and live streaming coverage of the best of the competing best in the Senior Kapa Haka Regional Competitions 2018.
The Māori All Blacks are about to deliver their special style of rugby and Māori culture to Canada and France for their two-match end of year tour. Māori Television will be bringing you all the action free of charge, kicking off this Saturday at 8.30pm.
Māori Television’s entertaining and educational language learning shows are transferring to our 100 per cent Māori language Te Reo channel and you’re invited. Jump on the waka and start your te reo journey with award winning host Pānia Papa each morning.
Māori Television will again be giving viewers a chance to follow all the tournament highs and lows with the digital livestream coverage of the 2017 Schick Championships Secondary Schools Nationals, due to hit screens on the 2nd to the 7th of October.