Adapt Media’s very existence began as a result of investment by the Indigenous community.
Jamie Thompson, Adapt’s CEO, proudly touts the fact that his very first client and first believer in Adapt’s future was the Aboriginal People’s Television Network in 1998. Since then, Adapt has worked with the Canadian government to deliver crucial messaging to Indigenous communities across the country through posters on community Friendship Centres, band offices, and retail locations in a network that now spans hundreds of rural neighbourhoods.
At the Indigenous Media Network, we acknowledge that our work takes place on the traditional lands of Indigenous Peoples, including the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis. We honour their deep connections to the land, water, and all living beings, and we commit to respecting their enduring presence, perspectives, and knowledge.
As a settler-owned Canadian media company that works directly with Indigenous communities across Canada, we are dedicated to fostering meaningful relationships and working collaboratively toward furthering reconciliation, on behalf of our organization and our clients.