Reo Irirangi Māori
The advent of Māori radio was the result of a claim to the Waitangi Tribunal in 1986 concerning the allocation of radio frequencies. There are now 21 Māori radio stations throughout the country.
- Te Māngai Pāho
(the Māori Broadcasting Funding Agency) has information on specific Māori radio stations.
- Ruia Mai
is a national Māori langauge radio news service networked to iwi stations. It can also be listened to in Auckland on 1179AM.
Phone: 09 376 7776
Fax: 09 376 5840
- Mana News
Mana News is a news service networked to Māori radio stations.
Phone: 09 277 6346 Fax: 09 277 5455
Phone: 04 471 9339 Fax: 04 499 4226
- Te Whakaruruhau o Ngā Reo Irirangi
The Federation of Māori Radio Stations.
Phone: 04 473 0117
Fax: 04 471 2768
- Māori Media Network
National advertising bureau representing 22 Māori radio stations. Radio advertising
campaigns in Maori and/or English are designed to work with the Māori market.
Services include media planning and placement, radio ad production,
bilingual voice talent, licensed translators, and music/sound beds created by
top local artists.
MMN, PO Box 2705,
Phone: 04 4963330 Fax: 04 4963332
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