Capitalizing on the void for young performers in Western NL, Paul Heppleston has carved out a foothold in the music scene with his Open Stage for the Underage
The island of Newfoundland and Labrador is brimming with talent. That’s about as factual a statement as one could make without
Think all vegans live off of tofu and fruits? Think again! Here is a myth-busting tour of some of the best vegan-friendly cuisine in St. John’s.
There’s a huge misconception amongst the vegan community in which non-vegans believe vegans survive off of tofu, fruit, and vegetables. This, my friends,
It’s a proud day for journalists at NTV News. The station has received six nominations at this year’s Atlantic Journalism Awards, scheduled to be handed out next month in Halifax.
Veteran journalist Bart Fraize has received two nominations – both in the spot news/breaking news category – for his work
When he’s not out saving lives, Robert Conway escapes behind the lens of his camera, specializing in landscape and portrait photography
With a talented passion for landscape and portrait photography, Robert Conway lives for capturing life’s candid moments. From individual, couple or family portraiture, to the beautiful landscape of
Celebrating 20 years, Spirit of Newfoundland air their commemorative performance on NTV, and tour central NL with an emotional production this winter.
Spirit of Newfoundland Productions has been entertaining audiences for over 20 years, with the core business being year-round dinner and show at The Masonic Temple. As an
OZFM’s Danielle Butt talks the history of Jigs & Reels, the beloved program’s wide-reaching audience, and getting primed for Paddy’s festivities
Danielle Butt is a well known name amongst any household across the province, and even in homes across the rest of the country and abroad. Having dedicated the
A special spotlight interview with the unseen spokes in the wheels for NTV, The Herald catches up with technical director Donnie Decker and cameraman Tony Barrington
Productions are similar to icebergs, and the people you see in front of the camera are just the tip of a hardworking, and dedicated
Newfoundland and Labrador was well represented at the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards this past weekend in Toronto, with locally shot production Maudie banking the highest amount of wins with seven.
Maudie, starring Academy Award nominees Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke and based on the life of beloved painter Maud Lewis,