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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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MAY MUSIC MONTH ON MĀORI TELEVISION

Māori Television’s Tuesday Festival Documentaries have the ultimate line-up for all things music this May, on TV and on demand.

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Native Affairs Has Found A Full Blooded Māori

She is 33 years old and a mother of four. Native Affairs will reveal who it is tonight, Tuesday 11 April, at 8pm on Māori Television.

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THE ONE-STOP TV CHANNEL FOR ANZAC DAY

Since 2006, Māori Television have taken great pride in bringing Aotearoa a special insight into the ANZAC story and this year is no exception, with a full programming schedule that honours the commitment and sacrifice made by New Zealanders during times of war.

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