GTV is the Indigenous owned open narrowcast television service of Goolarri Media Enterprises and its parent organization Broome Aboriginal Media Association.
GTV operates under class licences in accordance with the provisions of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 and will comply with the Australian Subscription Television and Radio Association (ASTRA) Code of Practice for narrowcast television. This code includes general guidelines for programming, handling complaints and classification and placement of programming.
The operations of GTV are located on Yawuru land. The services of GTV will be respectful of the needs and aspirations of the Traditional Owners but will also strive to support and respect the needs of other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the stations broadcast footprint.
GTV does not receive operational funding and completely relies on project based funding for the production and broadcast of programs, infotainment and advertising. GTV adopts the following principal and objectives in targeting these funds.
The principal function of GTV is to provide a high quality, cost effective television service that reflects, informs, educates and entertains the people within its broadcast footprint.
In performing this principal function, GTV will:
Provide a broadcast avenue for all filmmakers who comply with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander protocols and the ASTRA open narrow cast television Codes of Practice.
Content delivery for broadcast on GTV
GTV Broadcast Charter