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    Peter-Lucas Jones appointed to the Māori Television Board

    Experienced broadcaster and digital content leader Peter-Lucas Jones has been appointed to the Māori Television Board. 

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    Māori Television faces job losses- Māori MP

    Tāmaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare is concerned to see there may be “necks on the chopping block” at Māori Television.

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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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    Through The Lens

    To mark Māori Television’s 10th birthday, this special documentary reflects on the past decade to uncover how its coverage has shaped families, communities and Aotearoa as a nation. (PREMIERE)

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    A call for more Māori Journos

    Māori journalists from all over the country are looking for solutions to what they say is a ‘crisis’. 

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    Māori Television CEO refutes news reports as gossip

    The CEO of Māori Television has tonight refuted rumours that Māori Television is removing the word Māori from the station’s name.

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    Māori in Māori Television to remain

    Māori Television’s audiences have been assured that the “Māori” in Māori Television will remain in the company’s future brand identity.

  8. Video for Budget 2016- Funding boost for revitalisation of Te Reo Māori
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    Budget 2016- Funding boost for revitalisation of Te Reo Māori

    Budget 2016 provides $34.6 million of operating funding over four years to support the revitalisation of te reo Māori across key Māori language initiatives.

  9. Māori Television mourns the death of distinguished broadcaster Whai Ngata

    Distinguished broadcaster and master communicator Whai Ngata, who reported on and witnessed many landmark events in New Zealand’s social history for more 30 years, died this morning at Auckland Hospital, after a long illness. He was 74.

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    MTS CEO pays tribute to Whai Ngata

    "Whai Ngata was a leading pioneer of Māori broadcasting having been instrumental in the development of Māori news with the establishment of Te Karere and subsequently led the Māori department at TVNZ.

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