From Jennie Punter of Variety:
Castalia and Canada’s APTN Partner On New TV Channel For Native Americans
Atlanta-based Castalia Communications has partnered with Canada’s APTN (Aboriginal Peoples Television Network) to develop a cable channel aimed at Native Americans and other viewers with an interest in the culture.
“APTN has done an excellent job of entertaining and informing Aboriginal audiences throughout Canada,” 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. “We are excited by the opportunity to now bring this relevant, high-quality TV option to a clearly underserved segment of the U.S. population.” Continue reading.
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