Radio & Television

APTN celebrates seventh year on the air

WINNIPEG -- Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) is celebrating its seventh year on the air, as the world’s first and only national Aboriginal broadcaster. “In just seven short years APTN has grown from a fledgling network with bold ideas to an established, reputable player on the national broadcasting scene,” says Jean LaRose, APTN Chief Executive Officer. “This fall, our implementation of a third feed, described video and alternate language programming capabilities, and our commitment to being HD-ready by the fall of 2007, puts us at par with or ahead of our competitors.” Using largely Aboriginal talent, APTN broadcasts 70% of...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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