Maori Television has upgraded our broadcasts. This change will allow Māori Television and Te Reo to broadcast shows and movies in HD. This does not change the channel numbers on which you view Māori Television or Te Reo. However some viewers may experience difficulties.

FOR VIEWERS WITH FREEVIEW VIA UHF AERIAL
Due to this upgrade a small number of older Freeview devices may no longer be showing these two channels, if you have lost these channels Freeview suggests that you perform a retune on your TV, Set top box or recorder by pressing the Menu or Settings button on the remote for your device and selecting menu options to complete your Digital tuning.

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