Mā pango, mā whero, ka oti te mahi!
Rau rangatira mā, tēnā rā koutou. Tēnā rā koutou i roto i ngā tini āhuatanga o te wā i runga anō hoki i ngā rerekētanga e tatū mai ana i te ao pāpāho. Mauriora! E tika ana me huri te aroaro ki te hunga kua whetūrangitia i te korowai o Ranginui. Tēnā koutou ngā mate huhua o te ao Māori huri noa i te motu e moe, e moe, e au i te moe. Huri hoki ki a tātou nga kanohi ora, ngā waihotanga o rātou mā kei konei e mahi pūtohe ana kia whakarauora ai tō tātou reo rangatira, tēnā koutou, tenā rā tātou.
The Māori music funding RFP for the 2016-17 financiaql year is now available on the Te Māngai Pāho website. Te Māngai Pāho will consider funding applications for both music tracks and music videos. The funding round closes at 5.00pm on Wednesday 5 April 2017. All enquiries to go to the Radio Portfolio Manager, Carl Goldsmith. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Te Māngai Pāho and Ngā Aho Whakaari are pleased to support acclaimed documentary maker, Leanne Pooley’s next master class on documentary film making. The seminar will cover both the basics and the less tangible elements of storytelling in documentary form. Leanne considers this a suitable master class for both beginners and more experienced practitioners. In one weekend, the workshop will traverse everything Leanne has learned about documentary filmmaking over her career of some 25 years. From the difference between an idea, a subject, a story and a film, through to the practicalities of production, interview technique, and the challenges of funding and distribution.
Saturday 25th March - Sunday 26th March 2017 (2 days) | Venue - AUT Central Auckland
TMP and NAW will sponsor the attendance cost of $250 (Plus GST) for five (5) attendees.
Travel/accommodation costs are the responsibility of selected attendees.
Applications close 5pm, Friday 10th March 2017.
Erina Tamepo | email@example.com
Lynne Parr | firstname.lastname@example.org
We invite those interested to apply to both TMP and NAW by way of an email outlining why they would like to attend and what they expect to gain from it. It would be helpful to also include information about their work to date. If you require any further information, then please contact Erina or Lynne.
Adrenalin Ltd have this week launched their Māori Movement website which is now live and accessible at www.maorimovement.co.nz
Māori Movement is a unique health and wellbeing programme that brings together the traditional training of warriors (both male and female) into a modern interpretation.
The fitness and movement system is based around the knowledge of Atua (Māori Gods) to inspire the approach to each movement sequence.
The Māori Movement programme was designed by Beez Ngarino Te Waati and Kura Te Waati in conjunction with their advisors.
The web series is another Adrenalin Group production.
Series 4 of Whānau Living is hosted by Stacey Morrison and is a lifestyle programme aimed at families with busy lives.
Along the way Stacey, her family and the Whānau Living team include Te Reo Māori into their dialogue to help make understanding the language accessible to viewers.
It is playing now on TVNZ 1 weekdays at 10 am and over the next eight weeks there is something to inspire everyone – awesome people and stories packed with ideas, tricks and solutions for enjoying everyday Kiwi life with cooking, gardening, health and fitness, crafts, DIY, pets and parenting.
Whānau Living is another Adrenalin Group production, for more information visit www.whanauliving.co.nz
From the recent New Media - Web Series funding round the Board has approved funding for six projects:
Blackout Media NZ | Hahana, Series 3 | $100,000.00
Punarau Media Ltd | Rere Te Whiu | $150,000.00
Through the Fire Ltd | Quick Kai by Jay & Sarah | $100,000.00
Potent Youth Productions Ltd | The Māori Side Steps, series 2 | $130,000.00
Punarau Media Ltd | Pipi Ma | $280,000.00
Whitiora Productions Ltd | He Ao Kotahi - Pai in Palestine | $90,000.00
Please note that the final television funding round for the current financial year closed on 16th February, the assessment panel recommendations will be considered by the Board at it's meeting on 9th March with decisions available on Friday 10th March 2017.
2016 AUDIENCE SURVEY
In 2016, Te Māngai Pāho again commissioned Kantar TNS to undertake audience research on our behalf. This is the tenth time that Te Māngai Pāho has undertaken this research into the preferences of Māori broadcasting audiences. The research is aligned to our Funding Framework and helps us to monitor the impact of our funded programmes.
As many of you will know, Te Māngai Pāho has embraced the ZePA Right-shifting model and in an endeavour to measure the impact of Right-shift we have also commissioned Kantar TNS to develop and pilot a research project for that purpose. Our intention is to further refine the model before it is widely published.
The 2016 survey covers:
Maori Programming | Viewing behaviour and attitudes
Iwi Radio | Listening, behaviour and attitudes
Digital Media | Uptake and future intent
Te Reo Māori | Understanding and the impact of broadcasting
Māori Culture | Understanding and the impact of broadcasting
The Māori audience survey results can be downloaded at the TMP website: TNS 2016 Survey Report
Want to find out what Māori Music is hot? The latest Te Reo Māori Top 20 Chart (for the week to 5 February 2017) can be found on our Te Māngai Pāho website.
The list is compiled by RadioScope 2017 | Recorded Music New Zealand Ltd.
CLICK HERE to check out the chart. There are also links to the audio and in some instances the videos to the chart hits.
Te Kahu o te Amorangi - Te Matatini National Kapa Haka Festival is upon us and will be held at the Kahungunu Sports Park in Hastings from 22-26 February 2017.
Kapa haka continues to play a significant role in the revitalisation of our reo, tikanga and history. Supported by hosts Ngāti Kahungunu, the competition kicks off with a pōhiri at McLean Park, Napier on Wednesday 22nd February. Kapa haka rōpū will hit the stage from Thursday 23rd February in a spectacular 4 day kapa haka extravaganza featuring the best from each of the regions. On Sunday 26th February, the 9 rōpū chosen from each of the 3 pools: Te Ihu, Te Haumi and Te Kei will be judged afresh and battle it out to determine this years Te Toa Whakaihuwaka - The Overall Aggregate Winner for Te Matatini 2017.
You can sign up or log in and watch the online livestream offering at www.maoritelevision.com OR tune in via Māori Television Sky19, Freeview 5 for all the Live action!
Radio Kahungunu will be providing the radio coverage at 756AM and 94.3FM (or tune in to your local iwi radio station)
Alternatively, come join the tens of thousands who will gather to witness in person, the world's best in Māori Cultural Performing Arts.