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Every day, thousands of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia wake up behind the bars of Australian prisons.
SBS and National Indigenous Television (NITV) today announced the award-winning cast and creative team behind its new original fiction commission True Colours, as filming commences in the breathtakingly beautiful Macdonnell Ranges, east of Mparntwe (Alice Springs).
Set those alarms Australia and wake up to a buffet of Blak breakfast television, as Big Mob Brekky returns with an all-new lineup.
NITV's newest commission History Bites Back provides a comedic take on Australia's historical narrative.
Living Black Investigations - Missing Pieces will follow the journey of Michael West, a Stolen Generations man, and investigate the missing connections for these people to their culture.
Tonight on Living Black, Karla Grant explores Aboriginal children being taken from their parents.
On Monday nights episode of Living Black, host Karla Grant speaks exclusively to youth caught in the system and investigates where these children get placed, and how these placements affect their everyday life and future.
Inspired by the 2021 NAIDOC theme, Heal Country!, the slate focuses on the strength and survival of the oldest continuing cultures on the planet, from Saturday 3 July to Sunday 11 July.
National Indigenous Television (NITV) is proud to announce the commissioning of Barrumbi Kids, with major production investment from Screen Australia.
SBS and NITV launch CURIOUS AUSTRALIA initiative calling for diverse and First Nations documentary makers
SBS calls for diverse and First Nations creatives to get curious about contemporary Australia through new documentary initiative.
NITV will be celebrating Reconciliation Week with films and documentaries about, and made by, Indigenous Australians.
After the second episode of See What You Made Me Do, a panel of Indigenous women will discuss the issues around family violence facing First Nations Peoples
SBS confronts Australia’s domestic abuse crisis with revelatory documentary series SEE WHAT YOU MADE ME DO
Spearheading a month of programming on SBS examining Australia's domestic abuse crisis, is new series, See What You Made Me Do. The series will premiere on May 5 and be hosted by investigative journalist, Jess Hill, who will meet survivors of abuse.
Karla Grant returns with new season of Australia’s longest-running Indigenous current affairs program LIVING BLACK
The award-winning program will continue to unearth the most important issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.
SBS and National Indigenous Television (NITV) have announced the appointment of two commissioning editors, with Bernadine Lim joining SBS as Commissioning Editor, Documentaries, and Marissa McDowell joining NITV as Commissioning Editor. As a...
Latimore, a proud Birpai man with family ties to Thungutti and Gumbaynggirr/Bundjalung nations, has been acting in the position since December last year and prior to that, was a Digital Editor at NITV.
"His tone would comfort and encourage. It was perfect. Always."
The world championship of extreme pogo, this game features the best pogo athletes as they perform innovative moves and enthrall the on looking crowd.