From Dan Levin of The New York Times:
Link: APTN, a TV voice for largely ignored Indigenous Canadians
Better known as APTN, the network is mainly aimed at viewers in Canada whose cultures existed long before the first Europeans arrived. But its reach is far larger, available to more than 11 million Canadian cable and satellite subscribers with news and entertainment programs designed to reflect the values, spiritual traditions and political priorities of indigenous people across Canada. Continue reading.
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