Places to watch First Nations television.
Aboriginal Broadcasting Australia
Aboriginal Broadcasting Australia is one hundred per cent Aboriginal owned and operated located in Darwin. They broadcasts across Darwin, Northern Territory and Australia. The Aboriginal Broadcasting Australia operates:
- Darwin TV Channel 41
- Tourism TV Channel 42
- Education TV Channel 43
- FiRST NATiONS TV Channel 4
ICTV is a television service delivering cultural and community video content to remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities around Australia, and beyond. It enables the sharing of cultural stories, song and dance, language and essential information through two accessible platforms - our television service and our on-demand internet-based service - and by producing and supporting the production of video content in remote communities.
NITV informs, educates and entertains its Indigenous and non-Indigenous audiences about the issues that matter the most to Indigenous Australians. It provides a rich diversity of cultures, languages and talent.
Australia's multicultural and multilingual broadcaster. Includes news, sport, entertainment, documentary, film, food, radio and television schedule.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is Australia's national broadcaster. Your home of Australian stories, conversations and events that shape our nation. Includes a range of channels such as ABC News and ABC Kids.
'Black Comedy' now streaming on ABC iView.
ABC iview is the ABC’s streaming service where you can watch all watch all your favourite ABC programs. First Nations shows that are currently available include Black Comedy (M) and The Straits (M). (Free Subscription)
SBS On Demand
SBS On Demand is the streaming service for SBS where you can watch all watch all your favourite SBS and NITV programs. First Nations shows that are currently available include First Australians (PG) and Little J & Big Cuz (G). (Free Subscription)
Netflix is a streaming service that offers a wide variety of award-winning TV shows, movies, anime, documentaries and more on thousands of internet-connected devices. First Nations shows that are currently available include Wrong Kind of Black (M). (Cost: $10.99 to $19.99 per month)
Stan is an Australian streaming service that offers a range of movies and TV shows including a good amount of Australian. First Nations shows that are currently available include Redfern Now (MA15+) and Mystery Road (M). (Cost: From $10.00 a month).
YouTube is an American online video sharing and social media platform. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world. First Nations shows that are currently available include Black As and Gods of Wheat Street (M). (Cost: Depends on show)
iTunes is an Apple service that allows you to buy and download your favourite songs, TV shows, movies and podcasts. First Nations shows that are currently available include Cleverman (MA15+) and Blue Water Empire (M). (Cost: Depends on show)