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pāho

1. (verb) (-tia) to broadcast, make widely known, announce, disseminate, transmit.

Nō te ata o te Paraire, 18 o Āperira ka huri, ka pāho te reo, "E! ko Arihia Ngata tēnei ka takoto i te moenga roa (TTT 1/5/1929:991)." / On the morning of Friday, 18 April just passed, it was broadcast, "Arihia Ngata has died."

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2. (modifier) broadcasting, media.

Mahue ana i a ia tana whaikōrero e rua miniti noa te roa, kua oti kē hoki te tuku atu ki te hunga pāho kōrero. Ka mahue tana kōrero mō te rua miniti noa, e whā miniti kē ia e kōrero ana mō te Tiriti o Waitangi (TTR 1998:153). / He abandoned the two-minute prepared speech that had been released to the media. Having abandoned his two-minute talk, he spoke instead for four minutes about the Treaty of Waitangi.

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3. (noun) broadcasting.

Ko tētahi atu whāinga, ko te pāho i ngā kaupapa Māori (Te Ara 2016). / Another aim is broadcasting Māori programmes.

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Māngai Pāho, Te

1. (noun) Māori Broadcasting Funding Agency.

I te tau 1993, ka whakatūria Te Māngai Pāho. / The Māori Broadcasting Funding Agency was established in 1993.

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