Māori TV Board Appointment Welcomed
Hon Nanaia Mahuta
Minister of Māori Development
22 March 2018
Māori TV Board Appointment
I would like to acknowledge and
congratulate Kingi Kiriona who has been appointed to the
Board of Māori TV said Minister for Māori Development
I was notified by Te Mātawai that a
process had been undertaken to nominate a member who could
progress the aspirations of reo revitalisation in a
broadcasting environment that is continuing to evolve.
Māori TV has reached its twenty year milestone and is
now at a juncture to set a new strategic vision for the way
Mr Kiriona has broadcasting experience and has
also contribute to language development so I am confident
that he will make a great contribution to the future
resilience and planning currently underway at Māori TV.
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