Tērā te kāhui whetu ka rewa i te pae, ko Matariki ka eke nei.
Nau mai, tau mai te hua o te tau hou Māori.
Mauri ora ki a tātou katoa!
Te Māngai Pāho invites applications for new media / digital funding for Round 1 of the 2017/18 financial year.
The RFP documentation is now available at our TMP website, please use the following link: RFP New Media Content
All applications are due by 5.00pm on MONDAY 17th JULY 2017.
Final consideration by the board of Te Māngai Pāho will be on Thursday 10th August 2017 with notification of Board decisions Friday 11th August, 2017.
Te Māngai Pāho reserves the right to vary any or all of the above dates as it deems necessary or appropriate.
Notification of the Board outcomes from the TMP Māori Music (Tracks and Videos) Funding Round (2017 - 2018) has now changed to Friday 30th June 2017
Sir Timoti Samuel Karetu (Ngai Tūhoe, Ngāti Kahungunu) received a knighthood for his services to Māori language during the month of June. Karetu established the Department of Māori Studies at The University of Waikato as Head of Department and then Professor before becoming the inaugural Māori Language Commissioner at Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori (1987-1999). Karetu then became the Executive Director of Te Kōhanga Reo Trust until 2003, where he remains chairman. He is currently the Executive Director of Te Panekiretanga o te Reo, the Institute of Excellence in Māori Language. Karetu was also awarded Honorary Doctorates from Victoria University of Wellington in 2003 and The University of Waikato in 2008
Te Māngai Pāho wishes to acknowledge Sir Timoti Karetu for his continued dedication to the revitalisation and development of te reo Māori over the past 30 years.
He kahika tū mahuta i te wai, he rangatira.
Matewa Media and Disney have agreed to partner up for the release of a te reo Māori version of the popular family film, Moana. The search for a reo speaking Moana is well in progress with over 100 audition clips submitted to Matewa Media within the last 2 weeks since auditions were announced.
The intended release of the re-versioned film will be during the launch of Te Wiki o te Reo Māori in September 2017.
The Matariki Awards recognise Māori excellence across a wide range of disciplines – an opportunity to acknowledge and honour those individuals and organisations whose passion, innovation and dedication is making a difference to our communities and our country.
The 2017 Matariki Awards will be hosted by Stacey Morrison and Pio Terei at the Auckland War Memorial Museum on Friday 21 July. The event will also be broadcast on Māori Television on the night.
Each of the finalists across the eight categories demonstrate a high calibre of Māori success and accomplishment, helping to nurture and support the growth of the language and culture – both in Aotearoa and worldwide.
The finalists are:
TE WHETŪ MAIANGI AWARD FOR YOUNG ACHIEVERS - Julian Dennison | Laura O'Connell Rapira | Shay Wright
TE URURANGI AWARD FOR EDUCATION - Dame Georgina Kingi | Professor Robert Hans George Jahnke | Associate Professor Joanne Baxter
TE WAIPUNA-Ā-RANGI AWARD FOR ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT - Taika Waititi | Tangiwai Margaret Ria | Graham Hoete
TE TUPU-Ā-RANGI AWARD FOR HEALTH AND SCIENCE - Dr Elana Taipapaki Curtis | Professor Michael Walker
TE WAITĀ AWARD FOR SPORT - Lisa Carrington | Tupuria King | Dane Stuart Coles
TE TUPU-Ā-NUKU AWARD FOR BUSINESS AND INNOVATION - Grant Straker | Mavis Mullins | Hohepa Tuahine and Kirstin Ross
TE WAITĪ AWARD FOR TE REO AND TIKANGA - Professor Rawinia Higgins | Professor William Te Rangiua (Pou) Temara | Paraone Gloyne
HIWA I TE RANGI AWARD FOR COMMUNITY - Te Puea Memorial Marae South Auckland | Ricky Houghton He Korowai Trust | Mike King Key to Life Charitable Trust
Te Māngai Pāho would like to congratulate each of the nominees listed on their achievements.
On the 1st June Te Mangai Pāho held the first of a series of wānanga being conducted to develop a collaborative approach to language revitalisation for the broadcast/online sector. A second hui is to be held in early August with a third wānanga scheduled for October. At the end of this process Te Māngai Pāho is hopeful that our sector will have agreed upon a collaborative approach that will maximise our collective contributions to te reo Māori.