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Māori Television

Māori Television has something for everyone vibrant, cutting edge programmes in both te reo Māori and English showcasing our history and culture, our old people, our young people and our dreams for the future. Select our logo to be taken to the website.


Tū MAI Magazine

Tū MAI magazine has seen unprecedented growth after its four years of publishing with an estimated readership now of 100,000 made up of mostly Māori people who have experienced increased commercial, professional, health, wealth, and education status in recent years. In the near future we expect the ethnic profile of Tū MAI readers to become more multi raced.

Kaitoro Publishes

Kaitoro is the Māori word for an explorer or discoverer and it is our goal to seek out new, innovative methods of producing books and multimedia resources for the general market as well as conveying Māori language, customs and values to the wider world.


Mana on Line

The status of the Mana Group in Māori broadcasting and publishing comes not only from its commitment to the task of telling New Zealanders what's happening in the Māori world.






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