"E kore e ngawhere, he maire tū wao, mā te toki e tua".
Kia mihia ō tātou mate kua taupae rā ki tua. E te hunga kua karapinepine ki te kāpunipunitanga o ngā wairua, haere atu rā, e tau ana.
Ko tā mātou te hunga ora, he whai i ngā tapuwae kua pikitia e rātou, kia whakatūtataki i ngā ingoingo o tātou te iwi Māori.
Tēnā rā tātou katoa.
The Music Tracks and Videos RFP is now available on our website.
The round closes at 5.00pm on Thursday 24 May, 2018. To access the RFP document please head to the following link: https://www.tmp.govt.nz/download-documents
During the month Te Māngai Pāho advertised its newly established role, Pou Hanga Hōtaka. Application details have been published on the main job websites and you can also access the information on our website https://www.tmp.govt.nz/current-vacancies
We invite suitably qualified and experienced persons to apply. This is a significant opportunity to gain a leadership position within a high performing organisation and to make a strong contribution to the revitalisation of te reo Māori.
Applications must be received no later than 12noon, Friday 4th May, 2018.
ĀIO [Peace], the new music video from the album "Tihei Mauri Ora" by RANEA will be released Monday 30th April 2018 at 1.00pm.
The Māori language recording artist will be celebrating NZ Music Month 2018 with the release of "Āio" on Monday 30th April 2018 and "Riri Kōpūtahi" at 1pm on Thursday 31st May 2018.
Both videos will be officially released to the public via Ranea's Facebook page - please follow the link for access https://www.facebook.com/RANEA.nz/
NEW SERIES - Screening on Sunday 29th April, 8.30am on TVNZ1
Join Wakaman, Alby Waititi on his exciting adventures navigating the waterways of Aotearoa and meeting people who are passionate about waka.
Episode 1: Wakaman Alby travels to Kaiteriteri to tour Abel Tasman by waka and experiences the thrills and spills of the South Island Waka Ama champs.
Māori Television will host the third annual Matariki Awards which will be held at the Auckland museum on Saturday 14 July 2018.
The Matariki Awards honours and celebrates extraordinary Māori talent and the event is organised by Māori Television in partnership with Te Puni Kōkiri and Te Māngai Pāho. Last year’s winners included champion canoeist Lisa Carrington, Te Puea Memorial Marae, young achiever Julian Dennison, film maker Taika Waiiti who received the supreme award and Sir Mason Durie who was named winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Nominations for the event closed on the 13 of April 2018.
Te Māngai Pāho has approved the final lot of television programming and new media projects for the 2017-18 financial year.
All funding decisions are now available at our website.
The E Tū Whānau song competition is back. Write an original song inspiring positive change to be in to win some great cash prizes.
This year's competition is being held via the E Tū Whānau Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/etuwhanau/
Check out the page for more information and, competition rules and updates.
Entries open on the 14th of May, 2018.