Māori Television Headquarters Keith Ikin resigned from his role in the # 39 omnipotence.
The TV administration of Māori pays attention to Ikin, thanking him for his contribution to the company over the last year.
Keith took the winds in a period of great change and led the development of a new and ambitious strategy to create an innovative time of an innovative Māori content with the audience.
Deputy headquarters Shane Taurima will join in the role of the & # 39; the headmaster, until a replacement is known.
Māori TV said that it will start again with the sale of a reclassification to find a replacement.
In his statement, Iin talked about the privilege of works at Māori TV.
"I want to thank the team, every day working hard every day to make Māori content and to administer the administration and to send them to make changes to Māori Television," he said. "I also want people who have been fighting for Māori Television and where it stands."
Māori TV will leave at the end of the year.
This news comes from & # 39; the expectation of the last week that Māori TV stopped the current affair program Te Kāea, Kawekōrero, Native Affairs en Rereātea.
Earlier in the year employees in the broadcasting industry also participated in a strike by a paid conflict.