NATIONAL Indigenous Television (NITV) has celebrated 10 years of being available to all Australians as a free-to-air channel, and part of the SBS network.
A stunning outdoor concert with Uluru as the backdrop brought together a range of talented artists for the Heart of Our Nation, A Celebration. The event was live on NITV and is still available to watch on SBS on demand.
Performers included the ARIA award-winning King Stingray singing Land Down Under combining English and Yolŋu Matha.
Father and daughter duo Troy and Jem Cassar-Daley delivered a moving rendition of Brisbane Blacks, Electric Fields sang From Little Things Big Things Grow, Casey Donovan Zipporah, and Dyagula joined forces for a musical medley, and all artists came together singing Solid Rock for the concert finale.
Tanya Denning-Orman, a proud Birri and Guugu Yimidhirr woman and director of Indigenous Content at SBS said, “On Monday night, we celebrated an incredible decade of NITV – a vital place in our national media landscape dedicated to First Nations stories, cultures and perspectives – being available to every…
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