indigiTUBE LGBTQI+ Channel Launch
Date: Thursday 7th July (NAIDOC Week)
Time: 7pm – 11pm
Location: The Imperial Hotel, 35 Erskineville Road Erskineville.

First Nations Media Australia Acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land we meet and acknowledge those that came before and those that will come after us.

“We honour our Elders Past, Present and Future”

First Nations Media Australia (FNMA) is proud to announce that its national streaming platform indigiTUBE is launching Australia’s first ever LGBTQI+ Channel in NAIDOC Week 2022, dedicated and catering for Australia’s First Nations LGBTQI+ peoples.

indigiTUBE gathers First Nations stories from the desert to the sea, connecting and sharing culture from our extremely remote to urban regions; from our fresh new talent to archived histories. indigiTUBE is a digital meeting place for First Nations song, dance, language and lore; creating a unified space to share our evolving and living culture. It also live streams 27 different radio stations to hear what's going on around the country. The visually stunning media platform reflects the rich culture of our First Nations people, and the vibrant colours represent ochre, land and sea.

With the kind support of The Aurora Group and Boomalli Aboriginal Art Gallery, FNMA  and indigiTUBE has been able to create a platform that will provide a much needed public platform for the First Nations LGBTQI+ community nationally.

The indigiTUBE LGBTQI+ channel will be launched at the iconic Imperial Hotel Sydney, in NAIDOC Week 2022, and will showcase performers such as: Louis Libran, El Beauty, Bee Dazzled Shanks - The Prince of Redfern, Josie Baker and Nana Miss Koori celebrating the rich and diverse tapestry of First Nations LGBTQI+ people in Australia.

FNMA CEO, Dennis Stokes said, “this new channel is an amazing opportunity and a long time coming. The new indigiTUBE LGBTQI+ channel will give a greater voice to the First Nations LGBTQI+ community and provide a platform for LGBTQI+ creatives, professionals and interested community members to highlight and showcase the issues, events and stories facing the LGBTQI+ community in a modern Australia while also looking back and recognising our past. Through podcasts, video performances, music clips, panel discussions and much more the channel is a positive initiative for First Nations Media Australia, indigiTUBE and the First Nations LGBTQI+ community”.

First Nations Media Australia invites you to join us and be a part of a new chapter for the First Nations LGBTQI+ community.


The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia is Australia’s peak body for community broadcasting, an internationally recognised, not-for-profit organisations supporting over 450 community radio stations across Australia.

First Nations Media Australia is the national peak body for the First Nations media and communications industry, supporting the maintenance of language and culture, self-representation, community development and cultural safety through media practice.

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