Free TV advertising campaigns

As part of this year’s NAIDOC Week celebrations, Indigenous Community Television (ICTV) is offering two Indigenous not-for-profit organisations or community groups the chance to receive one of two free television advertising campaigns valued at $1000.

Throughout NAIDOC week 2018, ICTV will once again run a special broadcasting event. This year will follow the theme of “Because of her we can”, sharing the stories of inspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.

ICTV Interim Manager Catherine Liddle said ICTV was delighted with the response to last year’s NAIDOC Week programming and was looking forward to sharing more stories with even more people in 2018.

“Last year we broadcast in Indigenous Australian languages for 18 hours a day over eight days,” said Catherine. “We were very proud of that and this year we look forward to sharing stories in language and in English by and about some amazing and inspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.”

“This year we will be able to share these stories beyond where we broadcast in remote communities on Channel 601, with NAIDOC Week Playlists on ICTV PLAY, our free video on demand service

“We have just launched this new service and welcome your feedback.”

If you would like to be considered for one of this year’s free advertising spots, please register your interest here and include NAIDOC 2018 in the campaign name.

Or you can call ICTV on 08 8952 3118 to register your interest.

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