NITV will be bringing an exciting schedule of programming to the screens to coincide with NAIDOC week.
A new partnership will provide Indigenous Western Australian filmmakers an opportunity to showcase extraordinary stories on national television
The launch of National Indigenous Television heralds a new age in Australian media
Filming has just wrapped on the second season of Fusion – the popular prime time music program which airs on NITV
If you haven’t already tuned into NITV’s latest food show Kriol Kitchen, you can catch Episode Three next Wednesday at 8pm
NITV has had a huge contingent of personalities and shows nominated for the 2014 TV Week Logie Awards and you can show your support for your favourite shows and presenters by voting in the Logies.
NITV will broadcast key matches from the Festival of Indigenous Rugby League this weekend
Deadly Vibe Wire caught up with Channel Manager Tanya Denning
The second series of Colour Theory on NITV is set to air in March next year
The National Indigenous Television’s News and Current Affairs Team were recently finalists in the 2013 Walkley Awards
A documentary on the Flying Boomerangs tour to South Africa will air on NITV on Thursday, November 7
2011 Deadly Award winner and national netball and touch footy star Tanisha Stanton will co-host NITV’s Barefoot Sunday
Brooke Boney has worked her way up the career ladder relatively quickly, with her current role being a political correspondent for NITV News
National Indigenous Television’s (NITV) new series Around the Traps brings the best news in Arts and Entertainment, telling our stories, our way.
National Indigenous Television (NITV) has been broadcasting free-to-air since the historic switchover on 12 December last year. According to the broadcaster, the response to the new channel has been “overwhelming”. NITV celebrated its first broadcast by transmitting live from Uluru on the day with a special two-hour show called From the Heart of Our Nation, […]
In an historic day for Australia, National Indigenous Television (NITV) begins broadcasting free to air on channel 34 from 12 December 2012. It is the first time that a dedicated Indigenous television service will be available for all Australians to watch. To celebrate, NITV will be broadcasting live from Uluru on the day with a […]
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