E tika ana kia mihia te hunga e kore e kitea kanohitia ki runga i te mata o te whenua. Rātou ngā tini mano kua whakawhiti atu ki te ao wairua, tēnei rā te whakamānawa atu.
Kua tangihia, kua mihia, kua ea te wāhanga ki a rātou.
E huri nei te aro ki a tātou ngā mahuetanga iho i a rātou mā, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou katoa.
The new closing date for Māori Music Funding Applications has been extended to 5.00pm, Friday 19th May, 2017.
Both the Music Tracks and Music Video Funding Application Forms are available in Te Pūahatanga. While the 2017 Music Funding rounds are for all genres of Music, Te Māngai Pāho will only consider content in the Fluent Language category (above 70% te reo content) in these rounds.
To apply, please ensure you have signed up as a Registered Provider through Te Pūahatanga and click the link below to apply:
Once you have registered you will have access to the online application.
Please refer to the 2017 Music RFP for all details.
Should you have any queries please contact the Manager of the Radio Portfolio, Carl Goldsmith firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 23 April 2017, 10.30am (TVNZ1)
Episode 4 feature | Hinerangi Goodman
Director | Tina Wickliffe
Ka whāngaihia tātau e te māreikura pāpāho-ō-mua, e Hinerangi Goodman, ki ngā hua nō te wao o Ruatāhuna. Ka whākina hoki ōna whakaaro mō te aroha, mō te rerehua, me te whakaaro rua ka pā ki te hoa tāne, ki te hoa wahine.
Retired broadcaster, Hinerangi Goodman, serves up Ruatāhuna soul food and talks candidly about love, beauty and the double standard applied to men and women.
Sunday 30 April, 10.30am (TVNZ1)
Episode 5 feature | Moari Stafford
Director | Mana Epiha
Ka ruku te tangata taumata rau nei a Moari Stafford (Waikato) ki te ao tupu ake ai ia, ka rewa ngā kōrero mō te ara māreikura i whakaaweawe tōna huarahi.
Master of many professions, Moari Stafford (Waikato) explores the female influences in his life and how they helped him become the man he is today.
Māori Television is committed to a full day of coverage in commemoration of ANZAC Day.
Since 2006, Māori Television have taken great pride in bringing Aotearoa a special insight into the ANZAC story and this year is no exception, with a full programming schedule that honours the commitment and sacrifice made by New Zealanders during times of war.
The day will commence at 5.50am with hosts Tainui Stephens and Oriini Kaipara, before crossing live to exclusive coverage of the dawn parade and service held at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
The ANZAC programming schedule will feature ANZAC related documentaries, docu-drama and a range of interviews and perspectives from a wide and diverse contrast of people throughout the day. Māori Television will also be crossing live to Anzac Cove in Gallipoli for the Northern Hemisphere dawn service, which goes to air at 2.30pm NZ time.
"Beyond the Batallion" premieres 6.45am directly after the ANZAC dawn service.
(L-R) Michael Havas, Julian Arahanga, Wiremu Williams
Whakaruruhau made two appointments to its Executive Team during the month of March. Taking charge of Operations is Ebony Duff who has previously worked as a Treaty settlement negotiator for the Te Aupouri Trust; Senior Policy Analyst for Te Puni Kōkiri; Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment, and Kahui Legal.
Tūwhakairiora Williams also takes up a newly established position as Strategic Advisor to Whakaruruhau. Tūwhakairiora has a long history working in the private, public and iwi sectors and was also one of the pioneers for the Māori Television Service.
Takitimu Karanga for NZ Music Month celebrating our mums on Mothers Day!
Sunday 14th May 2017 | 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Mahora Room, Te Wharewaka
Odlins Plaza | WELLINGTON
*Entry by koha
Food and drinks available for purchase in the Karaka Cafe
Music CDs also available for purchase
RSVP essential: email@example.com
(by 5pm, Wednesday 10 May, 2017).
- Betty-Anne Monga
- Brannigan Kaa
- Mara TK
- Lady Fruit aka Kahureremoa Taumata
- Toni Huata
Kapa Haka from:
- Te Haeata Awatea (Wellington College and Wellington Girls)
- Adrian Wagner
Moana is currently touring the country with her show "My Name is Moana" with ArtsOnTour, visiting small towns throughout the motu.
The new show brings an intimate tribute to the ocean through an intoxicating mix of music, myth and anecdote.
Upcoming shows are scheduled for:
Karitane, Ashburton, Lincoln, Upper Hutt, New Plymouth, Taupō, Onewhero, Kaitaia, Coromandel, Hamilton, Opotiki and Gisborne.
For ticket information, please refer to the Tour Dates section at the website: www.moananz.com
Get in quick, don't miss out.