25 years on, Karla laments lack of change

December 13, 2017

The secret to Australia’s queen of Indigenous television Karla Grant’s seemingly endless energy may well lie in a treadmill in a Sydney gym. For a decade and a half, Grant has maintained a breakneck pace […]

Mystery Road to ratings bonanza

September 6, 2017

A Who’s Who of Australian television will join Aboriginal actor Aaron Pedersen on the set of the new ABC drama, Mystery Road, which is being filmed in the East Kimberley and directed by acclaimed Aboriginal […]

US journalist shines light on Oz race relations

May 3, 2017

Race relations in Australia will be put under the microscope in a special edition of current affairs program Foreign Correspondent filmed on home soil. In a one-off special, The New York Times national correspondent John […]

Lavinia Collins finds her voice on Cairns airwaves

April 20, 2017

There’s a new voice gracing the Black Star airwaves. Ewamian woman Lavinia Collins has landed her dream job with Queensland Remote Aboriginal Media in Cairns after graduating from TAFE Queensland North with a Certificate III […]

Snapper captures Islamic spirit in a different light

February 28, 2017

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 concept stemmed from a thought-provoking quote from boxing legend Anthony […]

Biripi man goes undie-cover to find love

February 1, 2017

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 search for Mr Right. Ridgeway arrived on the set of the […]

Walkley winner Grant is journalism giant

December 7, 2016

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, the Walkley Awards. The national broadsheet, The Australian, was also honored […]

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