FNX: First Nations Experience, an over-the-air public TV channel focusing on Native Americans, has signed a five-year deal to continue carrying Indian Pride, a cultural newsmagazine series produced and distributed by Circle of Nations LLC and Prairie Public Television. FNX itself is a joint venture of KVCR and the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, both located in San Bernardino, CA.
Other FNX programming includes The AUX – Aboriginal Unity Experience, a music video series, and FNX Now, its flagship newsmagazine series. Here’s a clip, featuring an interview with James Napier Robertson, writer and director of the movie The Dark Horse:
Launched locally in 2011, FNX has been offered to PBS stations as a 24-hour, over-the-air digital sub-channel since 2014. You can currently watch it in two major markets – Los Angeles and Chicago – as well as in Fairbanks, AK and several other areas. To see if and where FNX is viewable in your area, click here.
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