Tue, 06 Oct 2009 9:50p.m.
Maori TV's bid for the free-to-air broadcast rights to the Rugby World Cup has caused controversy. Te Puni Koriri wants to spend $3 million of funding earmarked for Maori development on the bid.
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2/11/2010 10:41:11 p.m.
I think the issue here is that TV3 are a news outlet and news outlets are supposed to be unbiased and completely based on facts and 'news'. This video belongs on a comedy show like Pulp Sport, Rove, 7days or something along the lines.
6/03/2010 8:03:51 a.m.
Pierre Te Angina wrote:
hey you guys are funny as NOT!!!
8/11/2009 3:19:55 p.m.
UNBELIEVEABLE!! TV3 was once hailed as breaking down the barriers, when they first came to air with Maori anchor, Joanna Paul, and using "Kia ora" as an intro in the early 90s. Now, with one pathetic, racist, disgusting attempt to grab a laugh, - you've become just another white, racist company who have just undone all the foundation previously laid by the pioneers of the station. It's ALL funny when the Maori are the expense of your jokes, but look out when a local Maori MP brings up the history of what white people did to Maori and their land!! All hell breaks loose! Not so funny when the boot's on the other foot. Thanks to TV3, you just added another brick to the wall of difference and intolerance...thanks for nothing.
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