World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network

WITBN announces Winners of the World Indigenous Journalism Awards 2014

Kanata 2014

WITBC 2014

A WITBN biennial conference, WITBC offers opportunities for sharing experiences and visions in broadcast media. WITBC encourages communication and induces interaction among Indigenous media worldwide.

WITBC 2014 will be held from June 19 to 23 in Winnipeg, Canada. For more information about the conference and registration, visit:

WITBC 2014 aura lieu du 19 au 23 Juin à Winnipeg, au Canada. Pour plus d'informations sur la conférence et l'inscription, visitez le site:

WIJA Award Plaque

WIJA 2014 Calls for Entries

Launched in 2012, the WITBN Indigenous Journalism Awards, WIJA, honors excellence in television journalism that demonstrates superior journalistic skills in a form and manner best representing Indigenous storytelling. WIJA especially acknowledges the significance of journalism that best delivers the Indigenous perspective and contributes to leverage the public understanding of the Indigenous reality nationally and internationally.

Submit your WIJA 2014 entry next Submissions are now closed.

WITBN Media Service

Indigenous, Perspective, and Sharing

WITBN NEWS CENTER is the first global Indigenous news and program sharing platform provided by Indigenous media, conceived as follows:

  • Daily / up-to-date news sharing
  • International news from Indigenous perspective
  • International news for local audience
  • Easy-to-use web interface and automatic transcoding system
  • Upcoming and latest news alerts

Our Members

In the spirit of sharing, WITBN develops collaborative relationships among Indigenous television broadcasters in order to create opportunities for:

  • increased audiences;
  • better access to resources;
  • enhanced knowledge transfer;
  • strategic international leadership;
  • enhancement of schedules through program exchange; and reaching out to all other indigenous television broadcasters.

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