January 25, 2007

Native TV debuts again

Red Nation Media Channel programming re-debutsWhen the Red Nation Media Channel made its debut in May 2006, the response was so overwhelming it crashed the system, said Joanelle Romero, Apache/Cheyenne and founder and creative director of the burgeoning online network.

Romero thought the system would be up and running in a matter of weeks, but it took longer; and to make a long story short, it's now up and running and features episode one of the first Native drama series produced in the United States, and a selection of documentaries, music videos, news and public service announcements aimed at sending positive messages to Indian youth.

1 comment:

Rob said...

Right. I haven't seen this channel's programming yet. I'm not convinced that watching TV on a computer screen is the wave of the future. I like to multitask while watching TV--e.g., do bookkeeping chores or talk with a friend. You can't do that while stuck in front of a screen.