From Anita Elash of PRI.org:
Link: Native Americans don’t have their own TV channel. A Canadian network wants to change that.
In Canada, the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network has been telling stories about Native Canadians for nearly 20 years. Now, its owners want to expand into the United States. If they succeed, they promise to bring some innovative programs to US airwaves. Continue reading.
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