A Unique Perspective
APTN launched in 1999 as the first national Indigenous broadcaster in the world. Since then, the network has become a global leader in programming that celebrates the rich diversity of Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island and beyond.
APTN proudly features over 80% of Canadian content, with programming in English, French and a variety of Indigenous languages.
First-ever broadcast of an NHL game in Plains Cree
Broadcasts more than 51.5 hours/week of Indigenous-language programming in 16 different languages
A founding member of the
World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network
Year In Review
7TOP INDUSTRY AND JOURNALISM AWARDS for commissioned content and original news programming
4.9 MILLION combined users on APTN and APTN National News websites
445HOURS OF ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING COMMITMENTSin English, French and a variety of Indigenous languages