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Te Reo (TV channel)

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Te Reo
CountryNew Zealand
Picture format576i 16:9
OwnerNew Zealand Government
Te Putahi Paoho
Sister channelsWhakaata Māori
Launched28 March 2008; 16 years ago (2008-03-28)

Te Reo (English: "the language") is a New Zealand TV station broadcasting programmes exclusively in the Māori language (te reo Māori) with no advertising or subtitles. It also broadcasts special tribal programming and offers particular focus on new programming for the fluent audience.

The channel initially broadcast for three hours a day, seven days a week, during the prime time hours of 8:00pm to 11:00pm from Friday 28 March 2008 on Freeview Satellite. It was later added for Sky/Vodafone subscribers.[1]

As of February 2023, the channel broadcasts, on average, from 11:30am to 11:00pm on weekdays and 4:30pm to 11:00pm on weekends.[citation needed]

The Te Reo channel swapped Freeview positions with Prime, on 1 March 2023, with Te Reo moving to channel 10, Prime's former position, and Prime moving to channel 15, Te Reo's former position.[2]

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  • Language learning
    • Ako
    • Opaki
  • News and current affairs
    • Te Ao – Māori News
    • Paepae
  • Entertainment
    • Te Kāuta
  • Culture
    • Iwi Anthems
    • Ngā Pari Kārangaranga
    • Waka Huia
  • Children's programming
    • Pūkoro
    • Mīharo
    • Pūkana

See also


  1. ^ Māori Television (9 March 2008). "Māori Television launches second channel". Māori Television. Archived from the original on 24 January 2008.
  2. ^ "Channel changes 1 March 2023". Freeview. Retrieved 18 February 2023.

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