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Jun 9, 2019

What is Indigenous journalism? How is APTN different than mainstream? Is APTN news fulfilling the vision of its creator? These are a few of the questions award-winning journalist Cullen Crozier tries to answer.

We also talk about the construction of stories, and how the person with the camera and the microphone tries to...

May 31, 2019

Rob Smith remembers when APTN was led by spitfire News Director Rita Deverell, and reporters were just a little rough around the edges. We talk about his documentary Defiant, the art of VJing and more.

May 26, 2019

All our fellows are good but John Murray was the first person to earn an APTN-CAJ Fellowship. The idea was to give an Indigenous person, who was mid-career a chance to embed with APTN Investigates and make their own episode, while getting paid to do it.

Yes, John Murray was good, so good we asked him to stay. Along with...

May 17, 2019

Award-winning APTN Investigates reporter Rob Smith hit the ground just after the decision in Gerald Stanley’s trial that perplexed and divided the nation. We talk about what it was like behind the scenes of the coverage.

May 9, 2019

Cullen Crozier was always going to be a gifted storyteller, it was in his genes, a talent passed down from his grandfather. He was making deliveries for a living when he discovered the APTN office. It led to a chance encounter that led to an award-winning career as a video journalist. We talk about that, as well as his...