The World's Largest Proprietor of American Indian & Indigenous Streaming Content
WE ARE A LEADING NATIVE INDIGENOUS GLOBAL MEDIA COMPANY
WHAT WE DO
Red Nation Television Network delivers Native Indigenous premium content to audiences across platforms worldwide. We connect with millions of people—through our studios, networks, streaming services, live events, film festivals, Awards Show, original content, merchandise, and more. Our studio creates content for all audiences, across every genre and format, while our networks and brands forge deep connections with the world’s most diverse audiences. In streaming, our differentiated strategy is scaling rapidly across free, broad pay, and premium.
WHO WE ARE
RED NATION CELEBRATION INSTITUTE (RNCI) THE CREATIVE ENTERPRISE BY NATIVES DELIVERING TO ALL PEOPLE THE STORIES THAT SHAPE OUR WORLD.
RNCI the longest-running, Native Women-Led, Indigenous Media Arts & Cultural non-profit enterprise organization in the history of the entertainment industry. Representing over 575+ Native Nations in the U.S. and collectively on the planet 1200. Based in Los Angeles with offices in Santa Fe New Mexico.
Our brands are #1 in key U.S. and Global target demos, including total audience, kids, adults, of all nationalities, cementing Native and Indigenous Content. We have a global reach of 10 millions viewers in 37 countries.
RNCI’s mission is to break barriers of racism by creating systemic change through media and pop culture in order to eliminate Native American stereotypes. Our vision for the future of cinema is one in which Native Indigenous perspectives are authentically pictured, recognized, and valued in a way that promotes strong authentic Native identities, economic outcomes, equity, and wellness for our Indigenous communities.
Hashtags coined by Joanelle Romero Founder RNCI
- #WhoTellsTheStoryMatters – 2020
- #WhyWeWearRED – 2018
- #NativesInChargeOfTheirNarrative – 2016
- #NativeWomenLead – 2015
- #IndigenousWomenRise – 2015
- #OnlyOneWater – 2015
- #MusicHasThePowerToBringUsAllTogether – 1995