Māori content creators say Covid-19 has pushed the industry to crisis point.
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Miss Rotorua to become new bilingual reality series
The controversial pageant will feature in a new show called Gowns and Geysers by Te Noni Productions.
Te Māngai Pāho CEO calls for immediate change to Māori broadcasting
Te Māngai Pāho CEO Larry Parr says changes will save money and see the sector work more closely.
Northern Iwi radio welcome funding increase
Chairman of Te Whakaruruhau o Ngā Reo Irirangi, Peter Lucas is welcoming the extra funding of $30,000 by Te Māngai Pāho to support iwi radio to continue informing Māori communities during this global pandemic.
Whānau pani shares special tribute with Aotearoa
Dr Huirangi Waikerepuru (Taranaki, Ngāpuhi) was buried yesterday in adherence to the COVID-19 tangihanga protocols.
New rangatahi Youtube channel to take te reo Māori to the world
Te Māngai Pāho has partnered with a Canadian-based video content producer WatchMojo.com which has more than 10 billion video views, 18 million subscribers and is the 27th largest YouTube channel.
Combining drum and bass with waiata Māori
For over a decade, Huia Hamon has been one of the country's premiere Māori music artists. She has delivered two solo albums, produced the award-winning Tātou Tātou E Collective and has performed at many festivals, bringing her blend of English and te reo Māori music into the mainstream. Hamon recently collaborated with Rei and the duo have just released their latest single, Te Pukumeke.
Emphasis on Māori language content
With a 40% weighting Māori language for program proposals to Te Māngai Pāho, the aim is to increase the prestige and presence of te reo Māori within the programmes being broadcasted to the world.
Maihi Karauna strategy may boost speech competitions
The Māori language sections of the Wellington regional Ngā Manu Kōrero speech competition got underway today. The competition coincides with the launch of a new $300,000 suite of Māori language initiatives targeted at rangatahi.
No new findings in Māori media review – Radio host
The Māori media sector receives significantly lower budgets to produce content compared with other media, the Māori Media Sector Shift review shows. However, broadcaster Adrian Wagner says uncertainty remains, with a decision about the wider sector's future not expected until the end of the year.