KENW-TV at ENMU Now Broadcasting Native American Programming

KENW-TV at ENMU Now Broadcasting Native American Programming

KENW-TV, the regional PBS-TV affiliate, now is airing the First Nations Experience network (FNX) live on Channel 3-4 throughout the KENW viewing area across New Mexico and West Texas, according to KENW Director of Broadcasting Duane Ryan.

"We're thrilled to be able to provide a fourth channel of public television broadcasting at KENW-TV, especially designed for Native American audiences," Ryan said. "We believe our new channel 3-4 on KENW will also be of interest to many of our other viewers throughout the region."

FNX is a California-based television network that features programs focusing on Native American and indigenous people around the world.

The public TV network FNX, a partnership of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and KVCR PBS-TV in San Bernardino, California, first aired in California in September 2011.

The FNX network, as seen now on KENW-TV Channel 3-4, also will air special programming on Christmas Day with the Navajo language version of Disney-Pixar's movie "Finding Nemo."

The addition Thursday of FNX on Channel 3-4 now brings to four the total number of PBS-TV channels aired by KENW-TV across the region.

For more information, contact KENW Director of Broadcasting Duane Ryan at 575-562-2599 or via email at [email protected].