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World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network

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Formation  March 2008
Website  witbn.org
Membership  12 active members
Type  Union of broadcasting organisations
Headquarters  Taiwan (2010-2012) New Zealand (2008-2010)
Official language  Irish (Gaeilge), Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig), Welsh (Cymraeg), Maori (Te Reo, Taiwan Indigenous Languages)

The World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network (WITBN) is a confederation of 10 broadcasting organisations from 10 countries. Members are radio and television companies, most of which are government-owned public service broadcasters or privately owned stations with public missions.

Members

  •  AUS: NITV
  •  CAN: APTN
  •  FIN: YLE Sámi Radio
  •  IRL: TG4
  •  GBR: S4C
  •  GBR: BBC Alba
  •  NZL: Māori Television
  •  NZL: Te Reo
  •  NOR: NRK Sámi Radio
  •  ZAF: SABC
  •  SWE SR Sápmi
  •  TWN: Hakka TV
  •  TWN: TITV
  •  TWN: PTS
  •  THA: Thai PBS
  •  USA: FNX
  •  USA: PIC
  •  USA: Oiwi TV
  • References

    World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network Wikipedia


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