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Pou Tiaki editor Carmen Parahi: connecting the media with Aotearoa

Daniel Dunkley
Mon, 02 Aug 2021

The former TVNZ and Māori Television reporter is leading efforts to make Stuff’s reporting fairer and more representative. (Image: Supplied)
Daniel Dunkley
Mon, 02 Aug 2021
News publisher Stuff is leading the media’s efforts to rebalance the reporting of Māori issues and the coverage of minority groups across New Zealand. As Stuff’s Pou Tiaki editor, Carmen Parahi is at the front and centre of the work— and all of the attention that comes with it. Pou Tiaki hit international headlines late last year as NZ’s biggest news group made a public apology to Māori for its newspapers’ history of racist reporting, stereotyping, discriminatory language, and misrepresentation.The apology, be...

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