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Entries Called For First Ever Maori Media Awards

PANUI PAPAHO / MEDIA STATEMENT
Te 28 o nga ra o Kohi-tatea 2004 / 28 January 2004

ENTRIES CALLED FOR FIRST EVER MAORI MEDIA AWARDS

The best in Maori radio broadcasting will be acknowledged and celebrated in the first ever Maori Media Awards.

The deadline for entries is 5pm, Monday, February 9, and the winners will be announced at a gala awards dinner to be held in Rotorua on Saturday, March 20.

Applicants must be member stations of the national federation of Maori radio stations, Te Whakaruruhau o Nga Reo Irirangi Maori, or programme providers to the Maori radio network.

The awards cover a range of categories including best sports programme, best outside broadcast, best rangatahi (youth) programme, best programme in any genre, best Maori language programme, best presenter and most significant contribution to the industry.

The feature award is for the 'Biggest Blooper' produced by a member station any time over the past 10 years.

Nominees are invited to send on-air material on a CD provided that it has previously been broadcast.

Awards will be judged on factors such as listener appeal, entertainment value, audience participation, production expertise, and professionalism.

Maori language entries will need to have a high clarity of diction, appropriate dialect, correct pronunciation, strong presenter appeal and engaging programme content.

"The 2004 Maori Media Awards will celebrate the best of Maori radio broadcasting, the best people and their best work," federation chairman Hone Harawira says.

"The awards are an opportunity to showcase your organisation's excellence so if you think your work is the best the industry has to offer, go ahead and enter!"

Entry forms are available from www.irirangi.net (whakaruruhau/panui); www.tmp.govt.nz (applications); and from betty@whakaruruhau.co.nz, 04 473 0117 or 027 242 4067.

ENDS

MÄORI

MEDIA

AWARDS

2004


ENTRIES
are being
called

AWARDS / CRITERIA


MAJOR AWARDS


1 Best Programme – Sports Whakaaturanga o te Tau – Häkinakina
2 Best Programme – Outside Broadcast Whakaaturanga o te Tau – Pähotanga Taiao
3 Best Programme – Rangatahi Whakaaturanga o te Tau – Rangatahi
4 Best Programme – Open Whakaaturanga o te Tau – Momo Wätea
5 Best Programme – Reo Mäori Whakaaturanga o te Tau – Reo Mäori
6 Best Presenter Kaiwhakataki o te Tau
7 Most Significant Contribution to the Industry Takoha Nui o te Tau


FEATURE AWARD


8 Biggest Blooper Hapa Katakata o te Tau


1 WHAKAATURANGA O TE TAU – HÄKINAKINA
BEST PROGRAMME - SPORTS


This Award is for the Best Sports Programme produced by a member station of Te Whakaruruhau o Ngä Reo Irirangi Mäori or programme provider to the Mäori Radio Network, in the year 1 January 2003 to 31 December 2003.

It will be judged on quality of research, statistics and interviews, and the quality of the personalities who contribute to the programme.

Other factors which may be considered, include: listener appeal, entertainment value, audience participation and involvement, technical delivery, production expertise, originality, innovation, audience survey feedback/ratings, presenter involvement, immediacy, entertainment value, use of pre-recorded information, professionalism, accuracy and clarity.

Stations may submit up to 30 minutes of programme material, on CD. Other material that stations consider relevant may also be submitted.


2 WHAKAATURANGA O TE TAU – PÄHOTANGA TAIAO
BEST PROGRAMME - OUTSIDE BROADCAST


This Award is for the Best Outside Broadcast produced by a member station of Te Whakaruruhau o Ngä Reo Irirangi Mäori or programme provider to the Mäori Radio Network, in the year 1 January 2003 to 31 December 2003.

It will be judged primarily on how well the programme was developed, planned and managed, how well it serves the kaupapa and community interest, innovation and originality of content and form, technical and production expertise, and the imaginative and creative use of radio. It will also be judged on the quality of the personalities who contribute to the programme.

Other factors which may be considered, include: listener appeal, entertainment value, audience participation and involvement, technical delivery, production expertise, originality, innovation, audience survey feedback/ratings, presenter involvement, immediacy, entertainment value, use of pre-recorded information, professionalism, accuracy and clarity.

Stations may submit up to 30 minutes of programme material, on CD. Other material that stations consider relevant may also be submitted.


3 WHAKAATURANGA O TE TAU – RANGATAHI
BEST PROGRAMME - RANGATAHI


This Award is for the Best Rangatahi Programme produced by a member station of Te Whakaruruhau o Ngä Reo Irirangi Mäori or programme provider to the Mäori Radio Network, in the year 1 January 2003 to 31 December 2003.

It must be a programme developed, designed, planned and produced by rangatahi [29 years and under], about rangatahi.

It will be judged on the involvement of rangatahi at all levels of the programmes development, and the impact on the rangatahi audience. It will also be judged on the quality of the personalities who contribute to the programme.

Other factors which may be considered, include: listener appeal, entertainment value, audience participation and involvement, technical delivery, production expertise, originality, innovation, audience survey feedback/ratings, presenter involvement, immediacy, entertainment value, use of pre-recorded information, professionalism, accuracy and clarity.

Stations may submit up to 30 minutes of programme material, on CD. Other material that stations consider relevant may also be submitted.


4 WHAKAATURANGA O TE TAU – MOMO WÄTEA
BEST PROGRAMME - OPEN


This Award is for the Best Programme in any genre, produced by a member station of Te Whakaruruhau o Ngä Reo Irirangi Mäori or programme provider to the Mäori Radio Network, in the year 1 January 2003 to 31 December 2003.

It will be judged on listener appeal, entertainment value, audience participation and involvement, technical delivery, production expertise, originality, innovation, audience survey feedback/ratings, presenter involvement, immediacy, entertainment value, use of pre-recorded information, professionalism, accuracy and clarity. It will also be judged on the quality of the personalities who contribute to the programme.

Stations may submit up to 1 hour of programme material, on CD. Other material that stations consider relevant may also be submitted.


5 WHAKAATURANGA O TE TAU – REO MÄORI
BEST PROGRAMME – REO MÄORI


This Award is for the Best Programme produced by a member station of Te Whakaruruhau o Ngä Reo Irirangi Mäori or programme provider to the Mäori Radio Network, in any genre, in the year 1 January 2003 to 31 December 2003.

The programme must be totally in Te Reo Mäori.

It will be judged on clarity of diction, appropriate dialect, quality of pronunciation, presenter appeal, enthusiasm, humour, wide use of vocabulary, and programme content. It will also be judged on the quality of the personalities who contribute to the programme.

Other factors which may be considered, include: listener appeal, entertainment value, audience participation and involvement, technical delivery, production expertise, originality, innovation, audience survey feedback/ratings, presenter involvement, immediacy, entertainment value, use of pre-recorded information, professionalism, accuracy and clarity.

Stations may submit up to 30 minutes of programme material, on CD. Other material that stations consider relevant may also be submitted.


6 KAIWHAKATAKI O TE TAU
BEST PRESENTER


This Award is for the Best Presenter in any programme genre, working for a member station of Te Whakaruruhau o Ngä Reo Irirangi Mäori or programme provider to the Mäori Radio Network, during the year 1 January 2003 to 31 December 2003.

It will be judged on presenter credibility, friendliness, sincerity, quality of Mäori, diction, pronunciation, ability to sell, enthusiasm, humour, relationship to the listener, self expression, warmth, and consistency of performance.

Stations may submit up to 15 minutes of on-air material, on CD, which must include:
 Two, 3-minute, unedited, air checks from a specific show
 One complete interview of no more than 5-minutes duration from the same show
 Normal intros / outros from the same show

Other material that stations consider relevant may also be submitted.


7 TAKOHA NUI O TE TAU
MOST SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION TO THE INDUSTRY


This Award is for the Individual who has made the most significant contribution to the Mäori Radio Industry, over the last 10 years.

It will be judged on the persons years of service to the industry, the positions they have held, the contributions they have made, major career highlights, community endorsement, and the extent of their service to their communities.

Stations may submit up to 10 minutes of on-air material, produced by the nominee, on CD. Other material that stations consider relevant may also be submitted.


8 HAPA KATAKATA O TE TAU
FEATURE AWARD - BIGGEST BLOOPER


This Award is for the Biggest Blooper produced by a member station of Te Whakaruruhau o Ngä Reo Irirangi Mäori, at any time over the last 10 years.

The Blooper can come from any programme genre or station incident, and must have been broadcast before it will be considered.

The judges will give greater recognition to incidents which have been recorded, supported by evidence of the time, date and what programme was being broadcast when the blooper went to air.

Other Bloopers may also be submitted.

Stations may submit up to 10 minutes of on-air material, produced by the nominee, on CD. Other material that stations consider relevant may also be submitted.


CONDITIONS OF ENTRY


Submitting items for consideration, is an acceptance of the following conditions:

Nominating parties
 Applicants must be member stations of Te Whakaruruhau o Ngä Reo Irirangi Mäori or programme providers to the Mäori Radio Network.
 Applications may be in Mäori and / or English.
 Any broadcaster or provider of programmes to the Mäori Radio network may forward an entry.
 All nominees must be employees of nominating stations or providers for at least 3 months during the year from 1 January 2003 to 31 December 2003.

Broadcast expectation
 All items submitted for entry, must have been produced and broadcast by stations as per criteria for each particular award, and not specifically prepared for the Awards.
 Proof of broadcast must be supplied.

Entry forms
 One form is required for each entry.
 Items may be nominated for more than one category.
 Where an item is entered in more than one category, a completely separate entry form and supporting information must be provided.

Supporting material
 Audio material must be submitted on CD only; it must be clearly and fully identified, it must be within duration as noted
 Suitable colour photographs of all nominees must be included for possible use in promotions and at the Awards [head and shoulders shot for individual awards, or shot of the team who made the programme].
 Other information considered relevant may also be submitted.
 6 copies of CD and script are to be supplied.

Promotion
 Any material submitted may be used by the 2004 MÄORI MEDIA AWARDS Group to promote the Awards, and at the Award presentation.
 Any material submitted may be used for future Award promotions, and for reference purposes.

Confidentiality
 All entries received will be treated as confidential to the Judges and the 2004 MÄORI MEDIA AWARDS Organisers.

Further nominations
 The organisers may call for further nominations at any time.


ENTRY DEADLINE


5.00pm, Monday 09 February 2004


ENTRY FORMS TO


2004 MÄORI MEDIA AWARDS
PÖ BOX 2364
WELLINGTON


FINALISTS


 There will be three finalists in each category.
 All finalists will be expected to attend the Awards.
 Finalists will be entitled to one complimentary ticket to the Awards Dinner.
 Travel and accommodation will be the finalists’ responsibility.


JUDGING


 A panel of 6 people has been chosen to judge the Awards
 Their decisions will be based on material submitted according to the criteria as listed under each section
 The judges decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered into


PUBLICITY


 All stations and providers wishing to promote their nominations are to use the name:
2004 MÄORI MEDIA AWARDS


CONFIRMATION OF INFORMATION PROVIDED


 I have read the Conditions of Entry, and I confirm that:
 nominees and items submitted are within the rules.
 all copyright clearances have been obtained.
 I understand that entries and supporting material will be held for promotional purposes and for future reference use.


Signed ___________________________________________________


Name ___________________________________________________


Designation ___________________________________________________


Station / provider ___________________________________________________


Address ___________________________________________________


Phone [bus] ___________________________________________________


Phone [pvt] ___________________________________________________


Print the name, address and telephone number of the one person you have chosen to receive the complimentary ticket to attend the Awards presentation to represent the entry.


Name: ___________________________________________________________________


Address: _________________________________________________________________


Phone (Bus)_______________________(Pte)_____________________(Cell)_______________


2004 MÄORI MEDIA AWARDS – ENTRY FORM


1 Award Title ____________________________________________________


1 Programme title ____________________________________________________


2 Entry Duration ____________________________________________________


3 Broadcast on stations ____________________________________________________


4 Broadcast Date(s) ____________________________________________________


5 Your organisation ____________________________________________________


6 Presenters ____________________________________________________


7 Other on-air voices ____________________________________________________


8 Musicians ____________________________________________________


9 Producer/Director ____________________________________________________


10 Engineer ____________________________________________________


11 Writer ____________________________________________________


12 Others (state involvement) ____________________________________________________


13 Client (where applicable) ____________________________________________________


Back of Registration Form


HELPFUL POINTS
FOR PREPARING ENTRIES


1. Judges expect your entry to comply with the conditions outlined in the entry form. Read the conditions carefully. Please contact the organiser if you have any queries.
2. Entries will only be accepted on CD.
3. It is always helpful to include an explanation putting the entry into perspective. It can be an intro on your CD, or on paper, or both. KEEP IT SHORT! Consider the judges as you would a very busy prospective client whom you have only five short minutes to convince.
4. Always include a presentation sheet on Feature programmes.
5. When entering the same programme in different Awards, please note that you MUST have separate entry forms, documentation and recordings for every entry. ESSENTIAL.

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The 2004 MÄORI MEDIA AWARDS have been organised by Te Whakaruruhau o Ngä Reo Irirangi Mäori.

The 2004 MÄORI MEDIA AWARDS will celebrate the best of Mäori Radio broadcasting, the best people and their best work.

The 2004 MÄORI MEDIA AWARDS is your opportunity to showcase your organisation’s excellence.

If you think your work is the best the industry has to offer, then enter The 2004 MÄORI MEDIA AWARDS.

Entries are invited from all members of Te Whakaruruhau o Ngä Reo Irirangi Mäori, and providers to the Mäori Radio Network.

Winners will be announced at a gala dinner to be held in Rotorua on Saturday 20 March 2004.

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