Indigenous, also known as National Indigenous Television (NITV), is an Australian television channel produced by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The channel provides programming that highlights the interests and lifestyles of Native Australians. Their broadcasts include documentaries as well as popular hits such as Living Black and The Marngrook Foot Show.
NITV offers viewers both domestic and international, an option for programming that dedicates efforts to showcasing the culture of the Native Austrailian people.
Commissioned by the Indigenous production industry, Indigenous is also the home of the one and only nightly news broadcast that covers and addresses Aboriginal reports, stories, and reviews from across the country.
Artic Air, a high-rating series on the Indigenous channel is a drama that takes place in the Arctic and focuses on the escapades of an eccentric family that runs the maverick airline.
A free-to-air Australian channel, Indigenous offers a wide variety of sports and music documentaries and reality programming for the entire family, as well as animated and education programming for the children.
Within the last several decades, the arts have granted Indigenous people a platform to present their lives, allowing channel watcher to tour the galleries, foods, customs, and homes of Indigenous artists.