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THE DISRUPTORS NGĀ - IKA HAEHAE KUPENGA: FORBES, HUSBAND, KAMO, MANIAPOTO

Meet the disruptors: Māori journalists helping to lead and shape more nuanced conversation on the issues of the day through a Māori lens. Exploring questions of media power and influence, our line-up includes long-time Radio Waatea host and E-Tangata writer Dale Husband (Ngāti Maru) alongside three fearless wāhine broadcasters and writers: Mihingarangi Forbes (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Paoa), the award-winning host of The Hui (voted Best Current Affairs at NZTV Awards); author and co-presenter for TVNZ’s bilingual current affairs show Marae Miriama Kamo (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Mutunga); and Moana Maniapoto (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Te Arawa), musician and journalist for Te Ao with Moana. Expect lively kōrero... and perhaps a waiata!

Tūtakina ngā ika haehae kupenga: ngāi pou kawe kōrero Māori e whai wāhi nei ki te ārahi, ki te whakaahua anō i ētahi whakawhitinga kōrero matarau kē ake mō ngā take o te wā e ai ki te tirohanga Māori. Hei āta wetewete i ngā pātai mō te mana me te au whakaawe o te ao pāpāho, kei tā mātou pae kōrero ko te kaiwhakataki hikuroa o Irirangi Waatea, ko te ringatuhi anō o E-Tangata, ko Dale Husband (Ngāti Maru), rātou ko ētahi wāhine mātātoa tokotoru e mōhiotia ana mō ā rātou mahi hei kaipāpāho, hei ringatuhi anō; ko Mihingarangi Forbes (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Paoa), koia ko te kaiwhakataki whai tohu o The Hui (tērā i angitu i te wāhanga Best Current Affairs i ngā tohu pāpāho NZTV Awards); ko te kaitito me te kaiwhakataki takirua o te hōtaka take o te wā reorua a Te Reo Tātaki, o Marae, ko Miriama Kamo (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Mutunga); ko Moana Maniapoto (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Te Arawa), koia ko te pūkenga waiata, ko te pou kawe kōrero hoki o Te Ao with MOANA. He kōrero hihiko, he waiata anō pea te haere ake nei!

Ara Kē, Ao Kē - Nā Moana Maniapoto tēnei kohinga i rauhī.


Ara Kē, Ao Kē Series curated by Moana Maniapoto.

Supported by Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori / Māori Language Commission.

Fri, 26 Aug 2022

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