The FNX original music video series “The AUX - Aboriginal Unity Experience” has been nominated for “Best Television Program/Promotion of Indigenous Music” at the 2015 Indigenous Music Awards (IMAs). With a TV broadcast viewing audience of over 2 million in 2014, the IMAs recognize the accomplishments and contributions of aboriginal artists within the music industry. In this their 10th year, the show looks to extend their current broadcast reach within the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) in Canada, and cross into the US market via FNX Television. Winners for each category will be announced during the live broadcast on September 11th. Voting is taking place now through July 24th 2015 and requires a quick and easy registration process. Help FNX bring home the Award by casting your vote for The AUX as “Best Television Program/Promotion of Indigenous Music at: http://aboriginalpeopleschoice.com/categories/2015/best-television-progr....
FNX has been committed to providing accurate and quality Native and World Indigenous content, broadcasting around the clock in multiple regions across the United States since 2011. The nominated original FNX production, “Aboriginal Unity Experience,” is a 30 minute rotating compilation of music videos showcasing a mixed genre of indigenous artists like fellow IMA nominees LightningCloud, Rellik, and Niiko Soul, as well as top talents such as A Tribe Called Red, Tall Paul, Spencer Battiest, Frank Waln, Inez Japser, Las Cafeteras and many, many more.
For a taste of The AUX and/or watch previously broadcast music videos, read about your favorite artist and even create your own playlist visit www.fnx.org/theaux.
The FNX AUX team would like to extend a warm thank you to all our viewers, and especially our participating artists. Without their talent and vision, none of this would have been possible. Please take a few minutes to vote for The AUX, and support our Native artists. More info at www.aboriginalpeopleschoice.com.
Submitted by: Robin Underwood, Muscogee (Creek) Nation