Radio & Television

APTN’s LaRose to address inaugural indigenous TV conference

WINNIPEG – Jean LaRose, a member of the advisory board that developed the concept for Canada’s first Aboriginal television network, will be a featured guest speaker at the inaugural World Indigenous Television Broadcasting conference to be held in New Zealand in March. The conference, WITBC ’08, will be hosted by New Zealand’s national indigenous broadcaster, Maori Television, and is the first ever gathering of indigenous television leaders from around the world. A citizen of the Odanak First Nation, LaRose was appointed chief executive of the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) in 2002. Previously, he was the media relations officer and...

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