From Jennie Punter of Variety:
Castalia and Canadaâ€™s APTN Partner On New TV Channel For Native Americans
Atlanta-basedÂ CastaliaÂ Communications has partnered with Canadaâ€™sÂ APTNÂ (Aboriginal Peoples Television Network) to develop a cable channel aimed at Native Americans and other viewers with an interest in the culture.
â€œAPTN has done an excellent job of entertaining and informing Aboriginal audiences throughout Canada,â€ said Castalia founder and prexy Luis Torres-Bohl, who confirmed his international media business development company is now in conversation with all major U.S. cable, satellite, and telcos. â€œWe are excited by the opportunity to now bring this relevant, high-quality TV option to a clearly underserved segment of the U.S. population.â€ Continue reading.
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That’s great news. It’s about time a channel such as this launches in the U.S. I’ve long been impressed by APTN–they’ve done a lot with a little.
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