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Press Release:TUNE IN TO APTN FOR COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF THE ASSEMBLY OF FIRST NATIONS NATIONAL CHIEF ELECTION

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December 2, 2014, Winnipeg, Manitoba – Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) announced today it will offer special coverage as the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) elects its new national leader. The APTN National News team will be on location to report on this historic event as it unfolds on December 9 – 11 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

This special coverage will feature daily on-site reports, live breaking news and special editions of APTN InFocus, Face to Face and Nation to Nation and will shine light on the future of the AFN.

APTN National News – Special Edition
Extra half-hour of AFN National Chief election coverage from December 9 -11, in addition to daily newscast. Continue reading

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Press Release: NATIONAL NEWS FROM EVERY ANGLE, THIS FALL ON APTN

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September 29, 2014, Winnipeg, Manitoba – APTN National News has announced it’s taking its motto – news that not only informs, but inspires – one step further. APTN InFocus, Face to Face, Nation to Nation, and Laughing Drum will be stand-alone news shows and replace the second half-hour of the network’s national newscast. The APTN National News fall season kicks off on Tuesday, October 7, 2014.

The new format of APTN National News, along with the return of APTN Investigates, is set to debut this fall and will bring a 360-degree perspective on Aboriginal issues – six nights a week. In-depth analysis of news stories, sit down interviews focusing on Indigenous issues, political perspectives from Parliament Hill and even a panel of comedians discussing current affairs are to be expected.

APTN National News with Cheryl McKenzie and Michael Hutchinson aptn.ca/news/
Hosts Cheryl McKenzie and Michael Hutchinson continue to cover the stories you won’t see anywhere else. APTN National News delivers the news of the day and provides a more in-depth look at the issues facing Aboriginal communities in Canada and around the world. Premieres October 7 Airs weekdays at 6:00 p.m. on APTN East (ET), APTN West (MT), APTN North (CT) and APTN HD (ET) Continue reading