APTN is a Canadian broadcast television network. Established in 1992 with government support to broadcast in Canada’s northern territories, since 1999 APTN has had a national broadcast licence. It airs and produces programs made by, for and about Indigenous peoples in Canada and the United States. Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, it is the first network by and for Indigenous peoples.
Scoring a milestone for Canadian television history, Sportsnet and APTN are teaming up to deliver the first ever NHL game in Plains Cree. The historic broadcast hits airwaves on Sunday, Marc... Read more
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) announced its fall 2016 schedule today, highlighting a slate of new original series, returning favorites and thought-provoking documentaries... Read more
Saskatoon’s Angel Entertainment is pleased to announce that the second season of the paranormal investigation television series The Other Side will premiere on theAboriginal Peoples Televisi... Read more
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) announced today its fall programming featuring a broadened collection of premieres as the network continues to appeal to a wider Canadian audienc... Read more
Halloween might only come around once a year, but that doesn’t stop ghostly activity from happening year-round at the Park Town Hotel. Read more
APTN and OMNI Television today announced the second season renewal of the original series, Mohawk Girls. The half-hour series is filmed and set in Montreal and the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory... Read more
Prairie Dog Film + Television is pleased to announce the long-awaited third season of Blackstone premieres September 25, 2013 on Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN). Read more