MEDIA

Snapper captures Islamic spirit in a different light

NITV is celebrating Race Week by collaborating with leading Australian photographer, Stuart Miller, to present a photo essay of portraits of Indigenous Australian Muslims. The...

Biripi man goes undie-cover to find love

First impressions count, so 26-year-old John Ridgeway chose with great care the underpants in which he would make his national TV debut in his...

ABC ‘shouldn’t forget about remote Australia’, say NT pollies

The ABC’s decision to switch off shortwave radio services in the Northern Territory could cost lives, according to NT federal Labor MPs Malarndirri McCarthy...

Walkley winner Grant is journalism giant

Stan Grant has again cemented his reputation as one of the nation’s finest journalists with a stunning win in Australia’s most respected journalism awards,...

Bring back Hoges says Ernie as he launches latest TV project

Ernie Dingo is hoping to put the ‘Australia’ back in Australian television. The television presenter and actor says Australian networks are losing their national identity...

Kardashians no match for Daniella and her daughters

They’ve been called the black Kardashians. But a family of nine beautiful daughters raised by their mother and about to feature in a new,...

NITV series shines light on global struggle

A new five-part current affairs series will bring stories from Indigenous broadcasters around the world to Australian television. National Indigenous Television announced its Nations without...

That’s the spirit; chasing Blackfella ghosts from past and present

Ghost stories from Indigenous Australia will feature in a new documentary series on NITV. The four-part series Shadow Trackers premieres on October 27. Actors Hunter Page-Lochard...

From Nowhere to Somewhere; Kamil’s on the road to success

Kamil Ellis was understandably nervous about taking on the lead role in one of the hottest teen dramas on television. The Wiradjuri teenager will next...

Aaron’s labour of love set to enthral

Actor and producer Aaron Fa’Aoso says his docu-drama on the history and culture of the Torres Strait Islands is a labour of love. Fa’Aoso is...

Burney takes on Bolt in recognition doco

Indigenous Labor MP Linda Burney and controversial commentator Andrew Bolt — worlds apart on the question of whether Australia’s Constitution should be changed to...

Calling all film buffs and media junkies . . .

This year's Open Day at the Australian Film Television and Radio School is the perfect opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to...
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