on “Good Morning America”
While most Kiwis slumbered through the night, millions of viewers on the other side of the world awoke this morning to the stirring sounds of pōhiri, and the sights of geothermal mist rising from Rotorua’s Te Whakarewarewa Valley, live on ABC News’ “Good Morning America.”
“Good Morning America” is the most-watched breakfast TV show in the United States, attracting more than three million viewers every day.
The live broadcast from Te Puia was part of a feature on Aotearoa New Zealand, highlighting the country as an unforgettable visitor destination that offers adventure, natural wonders, and contemporary Māori culture.
Link to video and article: Rotorua’s Te Puia broadcasts live to millions of viewers on “Good Morning America” - NZ Herald