In a time when Rihanna invited us to stand under her umbrella, Kevin Rudd was a beacon of progressive light for young voters and people had come to accept skinny leg jeans as 'a thing', a small channel formed in the Central Australian bush, determined to have the unique stories, languages and culture of First Nations' people reflected in the media landscape. Initially only carried by satellite providers, NITV was born in July 2007.
Cut to today, in an Australia who's experienced the Rudd Government: The Sequel and kale chips, the tiny broadcaster who could now has Logie nominations, Walkley awards, a UNAA peace award and goes around creating content like every week is NAIDOC week - NITV is thriving in the wonderful world of broadcasting and standing confident next to other media giants (oh, we're also free-to-air now).
From the Koori Knockout to the Garma Festival, Little J to Stan Grant, please enjoy our gallery of memories throughout the last decade on-air, in the office and behind the scenes of NITV.
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