Don't miss the broadcast premiere of the "FNX Lights Up the World" 2013 sizzle reel featuring the "Light Up the World" track from Native Hip Hop duo "LightningCloud". The award winning duo has lent 3 tracks from their recently released self tittled album to FNX for future productions and can currently be seen and heard on the POWER 106 Battle for the Best contest "Who's Next". http://whosnext.power106.com/bftb2013/#page=1
What do a possum, a buzzard, and an old spider have to do with the Sun in the sky? Well if you’re curious click on the link below to hear actress/author Geri Keams tell the Cherokee Story “Grandmother Spider Brings The Sun”.
If you've ever wondered how the shows get on FNX, here's the young lady who helps to get them along. This is Melissa Rossy. She has been with the channel since it went on the air. Melissa screens films, contacts producers, and helps programs make their way to your screen. Here's what she has to say about being part of the team:
At this year's Santa Fe Indian Market, the FNX team participated in numerous events throughout the week to promote FNX, meet new talent, and network with Native filmmakers and producers.
During the Native Cinema Showcase, sponsored by the National Museum of American Indian and the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts, FNX adorned the theater with Tshirts for the audience to take home, and Dawn Jackson and Karen Tallman manned the FNX booth.
Charles Fox: "It’s important to know and understand that American history begins with Indian history.”
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FNX TV expands with Verizon FiOS channel 471
San Bernardino, Calif. – FNX: First Nations Experience Television announced today that it is expanding its viewing audience through the addition of Channel 471 on Verizon’s FiOS network which currently reaches approximately 1.2 million homes in Southern California.
Donovan Hanley from Navajo Nation Hospitality Enterprises is part of the Native American delegation in Berlin promoting cultural tourism opportunities to a huge international market. More than 160,000 tour operators and guides attend ITB Berlin, the largest tourism trade show in the world. Many tribes are interested in creating a Native travel show on FNX and we are exploring the idea. Stay tuned!