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.
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
APTN, OMNI Television, and Rezolution Pictures today announced that principal shooting has begun on the seven-episode, 30-minute original series Mohawk Girls. The edgy new dramedy is both fi... Read more
Indspire Awards, formerly the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards, recognize and celebrate the highest levels of achievements of First Nation, Inuit and Métis people. This year’s milesto... Read more
Here are APTN National News and Current Affairs Highlights for March. Read more
On Saturday, June 23, people across Canada can celebrate National Aboriginal Day with the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN), which is broadcasting its annual Aboriginal Day Live c... Read more
Prairie Dog Film + Television is pleased to announce that the second season of the Gemini Award-winning dramatic television series Blackstone will premiere on APTN January 11, 2012. Read more