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APTNAboriginal Peoples' Television Network (Canada)
APTNAssociated Press Television News
APTNAsia-Pacific Technology Network (London, UK)
APTNAboriginal Peoples TV Network (Canadian broadcasting)
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The 21st position is being offered to four communications societies that have not been affiliated with APTN: Northern Native Broadcasting in Terrace, B.C., Windspeaker's parent society the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta, SOCAM in Quebec and the James Bay Cree's communications society.
In 2003, CTV struck an agreement with APTN for international distribution of a portion of its archive footage.
"Now we're planning a season on APTN with all-Aboriginal hosts which is even more exciting because the young people will be enjoying the experience with their hosting First Nation."
According to a press release, Guardians is a sci-fi stop motion animated television series that is currently in development with SaskFilm, APTN, and the Canada Media Fund.
"The people seem very happy, they seem very respectful and very peaceful," Hakan Sokmensuer, an American tourist from Florida, told APTN.Aa
One of them was Saif Mohammad Fakhry, an Iraqi cameraman with the television news agency APTN. His brother said he had gone out in the street with a gun after suspected al-Qaeda militants attacked the neighborhood.
She has been on the APTN board since the beginning and was recently elected treasurer.
APTN's Mohawk Girls is also nominated for 'Best Comedy', 'Best Direction in a Comedy Program or Series' (Tracey Deer), and 'Best Writing in a Comedy Program or Series' (Cynthia Knight).
Blackstone season four is currently in production and is slated to air Fall 2014 on APTN. Along with broadcasting in Canada, Blackstone also currently broadcasts in New Zealand and Australia, and is internationally distributed.
Wapos Bay will show its final season this Fall on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network's (APTN) 'Movie of the Week'.
Brenda Chambers is the executive producer and host of Venturing Forth, a television documentary series that airs on the Aboriginal People's Television Network (APTN) that features stories about entrepreneurs and Aboriginal economic development across Canada.
The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) came within days of disappearing from Canadian airwaves forever.