KEET-TV LAUNCHES FOURTH CHANNEL FEATURING 24/7 NATIVE AMERICAN PROGRAMMING
KEET is excited to be working with the FNX (First Nations Experience) television channel by bringing Native American programming twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to our North Coast viewing audience.
The FNX television channel presents Native American stories and content to create a diverse and entertaining channel across all media platforms. The unique non-profit channel is the result of a shared vision and values between the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and PBS/KVCR both located in San Bernardino, California.
FNX Channel illustrates the health, positive, and real lives and cultures of Native American and indigenous people around the world show-casing TV series, documentaries, short films, and films in a variety of subjects. All encapsulating a true voice of Native American and in-digenous communities across the globe.
Ron Schoenherr, Executive Director of KEET_TV states “Native Americans play a vital role in our local communities and KEET is proud to bring this channel to our area. I hope that area cable companies will find a place in their channel line ups for this important program-ming service.” Currently FNX is available on KEET 13-4 via over-the-air broadcast only.
FNX provides a foundation for original programming, entertainment, and stories ready for development, production, and the potential for world distribution.
For more information about KEET-TV, go to www.keet.org
Submitted by Denise Padgette, Tribal Council