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Music

Te Māngai Pāho provides contestable funding for the production of Māori music.

Latest Funding Results

Ka Puta (Track)
KIKO - Ka Puta (Track) - UMA Broadcasting Ltd - 2019

Pōteretere (Video)
Taisha Tari - Pōteretere (Video) - Taisha Tari - 2019

Ngaro (Video)
Maaka - Ngaro (Video) - UMA Broadcasting Ltd - 2019

Ka Puta (Video)
Kiko - Ka Puta (Video) - UMA Broadcasting Ltd - 2019

Karanga (Track & Video)
Maaka - Karanga (Track & Video) - UMA Broadcasting Ltd - 2019

Ūkaipo (Track & Video)
Seth Haapu - Ūkaipo (Track & Video) - Kēhua Music Ltd - 2019

Ikaroa (Track & Video)
Maaka - Ikaroa (Track & Video) - UMA Broadcasting Ltd - 2019

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Māori broadcasting sector Wānanga well-received in Tāmaki Makaurau

05 June 2019 | 2:46

Over 75 Māori content producers and broadcasters across music, radio, television and digital media attended the Television and Digital Media Sector Wānanga hosted by Te Māngai Pāho in Tāmaki Makaurau yesterday. <br>“The wānanga was a chance to talk directly with Māori producers and broadcasters about the upcoming opportunities in the industry,” says Larry Parr, Kaihautū of Te Māngai Pāho.</br> <br>“With the recently released Maihi Karauna driving the revitalisation of te reo Māori across the country, we need a way to engage more directly with our stakeholders.”</br&gt...

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Statement of Performance Expectations tabled

04 June 2019 | 5:27

Te Māngai Pāho has today tabled its Statement of Performance Expectations (SPE) for the 2019/20 financial year in Parliament.   <br> The SPE is an annual document, providing detailed budget forecasts, performance measures and targets that Te Māngai Pāho intends to achieve over the coming year. The SPE is also an opportunity for Crown agencies to demonstrate the alignment of their strategies with the high-level policies set by the government of the day.</br>   <br> A PDF copy of our tabled SPE can be found by <a href="https://www.tmp.govt.nz/uploads/data_object/file/...

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Te Māngai Pāho welcomes Wellbeing Budget 2019

30 May 2019 | 4:33

Te Māngai Pāho welcomes the $14 million increase over two years in funding for content announced as part of the Wellbeing Budget 2019. The new funding will support the revitalisation of te reo Māori and the goals of the Maihi Karauna strategy through increasing multi-platform engagement with te reo Māori. “Today’s announcement allows us to purchase new and innovative media content, in collaboration with the wider Māori Media sector,” says Larry Parr, Kaihautū of Te Māngai Pāho. “This content will be delivered across a range of platforms and have a particular focus on rangatahi audiences.”...

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Born out of Waiwhetū Pā

Grove Roots

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Te Reo Māori Top 20

In the 2012/13 year the first annual list of the top 40 most played songs on iwi radio was published. The stations now also receive a weekly te reo Māori Top 20 which shows what music is popular around the network.

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Rank
Title / Author
Inactive Play Icon Video Icon 1 Ka Mānu
Inactive Play Icon 2 Kia Mau Ki Tō Ūkaipō / Don't Forget Your Roots
Inactive Play Icon 3 Pōtere Ana / Drift Away
Inactive Play Icon Video Icon 4 Kia Ora Te Reo Māori
Inactive Play Icon Video Icon 5 Kawea
Inactive Play Icon 6 Kua Kore He Kupu / Soaked
Inactive Play Icon 7 Hurō
Inactive Play Icon Video Icon 8 Te Matatini Ki Te Ao
Inactive Play Icon Video Icon 9 He Iti
Inactive Play Icon 10 He Aha Oti Koe
Inactive Play Icon 11 Ko Wai Koe
Inactive Play Icon 12 Tanerore
Inactive Play Icon 13 Nōhea (No Way Māori Remix)
Inactive Play Icon 14 Te Whetu Marama
Inactive Play Icon Video Icon 15 Ngaru Hōu
Inactive Play Icon 16 Tōrea
Inactive Play Icon 17 Tēnā Rā Koe / Thank You
Inactive Play Icon 18 Homai o Tohu
Inactive Play Icon 19 Mā Wai Rā
Inactive Play Icon 20 Raumati