Radio & Television

Uvagut TV training Inuit filmmakers

IGLOOLIK, Nunavut — Only six months after its launch in January, Uvagut TV, Canada’s first Inuktuk-language TV channel, is helping to build live production capacity in communities across Inuit Nunangat, by enabling filmmaking teams to produce and share their stories with each other and a national audience. Since March, Uvagut TV’s flagship program Tunnganarniq Live, a showcase of Inuit talent, has been guest hosted several times by members of the Arviat Film Society. On June 23, members of the Inuvialuit Communications Society, newly trained in live broadcasting techniques, will host the first Inuvik-based episode of the show, says a press...

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.