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  1. Video for Māori Media Shift - Rangatahi
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    Māori Media Shift- Rangatahi

    Does news appeal to our youth or should news focus on youth? Today's Te Ao Tūroa segment finds out what our youth think about the delivery of the news and its impact on Māori.

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    Māori Media Shift – te reo versus ratings

    A broadcasting veteran with more than 30 years in the industry believes it is time for all Māori broadcasting platforms to come together.  Television Legend Award recipient Tini Molyneaux is pushing for Māori television, radio, and even social media outlets to come under one umbrella.  In this segment of Te Ao Tūroa, we take a look at her thoughts on the impact technology is having on Māori broadcasting.

  3. Video for Māori Media Shift – Māori Television's multimedia future
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    Māori Media Shift – Māori Television's multimedia future

    How is Māori Television looking to shift into the brave new multimedia era?  In this new section of Te Ao, Māori Television's acting chief executive Shane Taurima talks to us about where the Māori media sector could be headed.

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    Māori Television face Māori Affairs Select Committee

    Māori Television and its newly elected board were placed under the microscope today during the broadcasters annual financial review with the Māori Affairs Select Committee.    

  5. Video for Māori Media Shift - Radio Ngāti Porou
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    Māori Media Shift- Radio Ngāti Porou

    Station manager at award-winning radio station Radio Ngāti Porou, Erana Keelan-Reedy talks about how they're responding to changes in the media landscape. 

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    Call for submissions on Māori media sector changes

    Te Puni Kōkiri is calling for feedback and online submissions for the Māori media sector shift from today.

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    Radical changes to shake up Māori TV newsroom

    Māori Television has confirmed today that their present news and current affairs shows, Kawekōrero, Native Affairs and Rereātea will finish at the end of 2018, while flagship news show Te Kāea is set to finish in February 2019.

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    What's the future of Māori Broadcasting?

    Minister for Māori Development Nanaia Mahuta says that Māori condemn the idea that Māori Television news media and Māori news within the mainstream television media sector be amalgamated.

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    Finalists announced for Māori Journalist of the Year

    The finalists for the 2018 Massey University Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Journalist of the Year awards have been announced.

  10. Video for Te reo Māori the big winner at NZ industry awards
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    Te reo Māori the big winner at NZ industry awards

    Māori Television’s te reo news and live events coverage and content programming are among the finalists recognised for excellence in television at this year’s Huawei Mate20 New Zealand Television Awards 2018.

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