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The RFP for the first digital round of the 2018-19 financial year is now available on the Te Māngai Pāho website.
The closing deadline for proposals is 5.00pm, Friday 10 August 2018.
Click the following link to access the RFP: https://www.tmp.govt.nz/download-documents
Please read all details outlined in the document.
Te Māngai Pāho Chief Executive Larry Parr today (Monday, 9 July) announced that leading Māori media and communications specialist, Te Anga Nathan, has been appointed to the organisation’s new role of Pou Arahi Hōtaka (Head of Content).
“We are very pleased to have secured someone of the calibre of Te Anga who brings a wealth of experience and expertise to our organisation,” Mr Parr said.
Te Anga Nathan (Te Aupouri, Ngāti Porou, Waikato), has 30 years’ experience in media, and communications. He is currently the Head of Communications and Digital at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, a position he has held since 2014.
“There couldn’t be a better time for Te Māngai Pāho to bring on someone like Te Anga, particularly with advances in technology and convergence of media. With his commitment to te reo Māori and broad media experience, he is well placed to lead our drive for better and more engaging te reo Māori content.”
Te Anga will lead implementation of the organisation’s response to the new Māori media strategy, He Mahere Whakapuaki Reo (2018-2021). He will also oversee the Content Funding Team.
“I am humbled and excited to be joining Te Māngai Pāho to guide its new Māori media strategy,” said Te Anga. “I also look forward to working with the Māori media sector to create innovative, engaging and effective Māori language content for broadcast across multiple platforms that promote the Māori language and culture.”
Te Anga will take up the Pou Hōtaka role on the 23rd July 2018.
For further information please contact Larry Parr +64 21 2900 183
Te Māngai Pāho has recently completed further enhancements to our management processess. We have upgraded our accounting software and integrated our accounting processes with our online funding system, Te Pūahatanga. What that means is that from 1st July 2018 it will be a requirement that all deliverables including Tax Invoices are delivered to Te Māngai Pāho via Te Pūahatanga. The Content/Funding Team will no longer accept email delivery of Milestone deliverables and invoices.
If you have any queries or wish to have furtheer information on this matter please contact your Content Advisor.
Earlier last month, the Māori media sector celebrated the launch of He Mahere Whakapuaki Reo (2018-2021), a new strategy for the Māori media sector.
The strategy is a catalyst for change that provides the Māori media sector with a new strategic direction. Although the strategy will help inform funders like Te Māngai Pāho, it is not a funding model.
Te Pae Tawhiti, a new Māori media advisory body widely representative of the sector (independent Māori content producers, Māori and mainstream broadcasters, iwi radio, and funding agencies) is tasked with guiding the implementation of the strategy and ‘shaking the tree’ as it advocates for the Māori media sector.
The level of collaboration implicit in the development of the new strategy, is an indication that the sector recognises the need to work collectively to ensure that Māori media has real impact on the promotion and revitalisation of te reo Māori.using
The strategy has four key focus areas – audience, creation, accessibility and capacity.
In an increasingly digital world, the strategy sets out a plan to re-envisage Māori broadcasting and to meet our audiences where they are consuming content.
Rapidly fragmenting audiences for traditional linear broadcast platforms together with the advancement of new technologies create new challenges for content producers and broadcasters as consumers continue to be in control of the content they consume.
To capture the scale and context of these changes in the broadcasting environment Māori content needs to be platform agnostic, and must be shared through all means of communication through broadcasting, media and technology in a modern context.
While convergence of media is impacting broadcasting and media globally, the Māori media sector recognises that failure to respond to this changing environment is a real threat to Māori language revitalisation.
It is a worldwide phenomenon as audiences drive a change from the ‘push’ model, where broadcasters push content out to audiences, to a consumer driven ‘demand’ model, where audiences actively seek out content relevant to them.
You can find the strategy on the Te Māngai Pāho website:
Notes - *Māori media - television, radio, music, digital and new media which produce and broadcast Māori language and culture content.
The Statement of Performance Expectations (SPE) for the 2018-19 financial year is now available at the Te Māngai Pāho website: https://www.tmp.govt.nz/accountability-documents
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS of the 2018 E Tū Whānau Song Competition! Winners were announced on Friday 4 July.
1st: Charlie Williams, Jay Rerekura & Tyson Tauri of Whanganui | "Troubled" |Awa FM
2nd: Dion Whaanga of Gisborne | "I'll Call in a Little While" | Tūranga FM
3rd: Haley Grace-Hollis of Gisborne | "Hold On" | Radio Ngāti Porou
For a link to all entries please go to: http://woobox.com/dpcbq7