Here’s a link to an interesting website.
The Media Awareness Network is a non-profit Canadian entity that provides digital resources to support media literacy. The link I have included is to an article “The Development of Aboriginal Broadcasting in Canada”, which provides an overview of the history of Canadian Aboriginal programming.
While the article covers some of the same ground as the Faye Ginsburg article in the ETEC 521 readings, it focuses only on Canadian content and delivery, beginning in the early days of CBC’s shortwave radio programming in the 1950s through to the launch of the (very successful) Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) in 1999.
The website has an abundance of other material related to the portrayal of aboriginals in the media, under a broad section on Aboriginal People.