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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  4. Video for Explosive series screens on Māori TV
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    Explosive series screens on Māori TV

    The director of an explosive new series on Māori Television says language and culture were the most important pillars in creating the series. Rangi Rangitukunoa directed Kairākau which depicts stories of Māori warriors from the past.

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    Tahitians visit Māori Television

    A surprise visit to Māori Television today saw the building transformed into a marae and the staff mesmerised by the sound of the drums and the melodious sounds of song, by a group of students from the University of Tahiti.

  6. Video for Rereātea - Midday News Bytes 09 February
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    Rereātea- Midday News Bytes 09 February

    Online reporters, Wikitōria Day and Wepiha Te Kanawa bring you today's latest news direct from the Māori Television newsroom. We also bring you some of the biggest online stories online.

  7. Video for Māori politicians say Te Reo can't work without tikanga
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    Māori politicians say Te Reo can't work without tikanga

    Māori politicians have criticised Māori Television for wanting higher reo competence among staff.  Two receptionists will need to reapply for their positions, which now include Māori language competency.

  8. Video for Pouroto Ngaropo to help achieve Māori TV bilingual goal
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    Pouroto Ngaropo to help achieve Māori TV bilingual goal

    Māori Television welcomed Pouroto Ngaropo the new Head of People, Language and Culture, a new role established to maintain Māori language and customs to the highest standard.  Māori Television CEO Paora Maxwell hopes the new role will help achieve his new goal of making all workers bilingual by 2020.

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    Māori Television premises to stay in Auckland

    Māori Television will remain in Auckland. This decision from the board after spending the past six month considering a number of proposals from interested parties in Rotorua, Hamilton and Auckland.

  10. Māori Television to Stay in Auckland

    Māori Television will remain in Auckland, it has been decided by the Māori Television board.

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