Rick Harp on Indigenous Media

In today’s podcast, we talk to Cree media expert, anchor, journalist, filmmaker, and podcaster, Rick Harp. Rick is a member of Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation in northern Saskatchewan.

Rick has his own podcast called Media Indigena – the very first podcast I ever listened to or followed. I was even a guest panelist on his podcast years back.

You can hear Rick on APTN’s National News Brief which provides daily updates on what’s making headlines in Indigenous country in Canada.

Here is a link to the report where you can find Rick’s article entitled: 333+ Podcast Episodes Later, Here’s What I Wish I’d Known Upfront (page 16)

Here is the link to the Media Indigena episode with Tim Fontaine that we featured in the clip: https://podfollow.com/1092220986/episode/17f337f628397665c38417c5d1549a39a94c5760/view

Follow Rick on Twitter: https://twitter.com/theRickHarp

PLEASE NOTE: There will be no YouTube video for this episode. It is audio only.

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