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    Māori Television to remain in Auckland

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

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    Full steam ahead for world-renowned Māori performer, Mika

    Māori performer extraordinaire, Mika, has been internationally recognised at the second Native American Music and Film Festival in Temecula, Canada for his contribution to Māori and Native American music and screen projects.

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    Māori Television Connect app launched

    Māori Television has just recently launched a new app free for Apple and Android users. 

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    Pouroto Ngaropo joins Māori TV leadership

    Pouroto Ngaropo, an expert in Māori language and customs, will assume the new role of Tumuaki Pūmanawa Tāngata at Māori Television in mid-October.

  5. Video for Rereātea - Midday News Bytes 28 July

    Rereātea- Midday News Bytes 28 July

    Te Kāea reporters Wikitōria Day and Kimiora Kaire-Melbourne bring you today's latest news direct from the Māori Television newsroom.

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    Respected Māori broadcaster has passed away

    Māori journalist Anzac Pikia has passed away at the age of 35.

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    FreeviewPlus provides smart way to watch Māori programming on-demand

    While the launch of Netflix took flight in New Zealand this week, so too did the announcement of FreeviewPlus, a smarter way to watch TV in Kiwi homes, which includes Māori programming.

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    Maori media support Tautoko FM with online auctions

    Radio Waatea has started an online auction which will give two people the chance to have lunch with Deadland stars James Rolleston and Te Kohe Tuhaka. 

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Semiramis Holland Tribute

    Native Affairs- Semiramis Holland Tribute

    Native Affairs would like to bid farewell to a very special member of our Native Affairs whānau, senior reporter Semiramis Te Uwhitere Holland who leaves Māori Television after 11 years of service to join Sun FM in Whakatane.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Find Me A Māori Bride

    Native Affairs- Find Me A Māori Bride

    Māori Television's new comedy series "Find Me a Māori Bride" premieres this Friday.

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