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Maori Television stories

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Māori Spectrum shows potential of private 5G networks
Tue, 13th Sep 2022
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5G mobile technology is being used to broadcast a Mau Rākau traditional Māori martial arts class filmed in Ngāruawāhia on Māori TV.
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Matariki AR comes alive without the need for special apps
Wed, 3rd Jul 2019
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The Matariki AR experience used a markerless Web AR platform. The experience works directly from many browsers, such as Chrome, Safari and Explorer.
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Maori Television to air WWE wrestling on free-to-air NZ TV screens
Fri, 16th Feb 2018
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WWE wrestling is body slamming onto New Zealand free-to-air televisions screens for the first time in over 15 years.
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8 businesses that launched te reo Maori initiatives for Maori Language Week
Fri, 15th Sep 2017
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Businesses in New Zealand are launching initiatives to celebrate Maori Language Week and promote the use of the Maori language.
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Maori innovation and achievements to be celebrated at 2017 Matariki Awards
Tue, 13th Jun 2017
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Māori brilliance takes centre stage at the Matariki Awards, celebrating exceptional achievements on 21st July.
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Game of Bros? No, says Warner Brothers
Thu, 10th Mar 2016
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Warner Bros sends a legal warning to Maori TV for their 'Game of Bros' show campaign, deeming it too close to their own trademarks.
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Maori Television embraces mobile world with app launch
Mon, 28th Sep 2015
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Maori Television has launched an app to provide Kiwis with access to a range of content, in both Te Reo Maori and English.
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Maori TV: has editorial independence been compromised?
Mon, 8th Jun 2015
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The Labour Party is calling for assurance on Maori TV editorial independence following the shock resignation of Mihingarangi Forbes last week.