Broadcasting Projects

While we thoroughly enjoy all aspects of video production, broadcasting projects really excite and energize us. Why? Because they provide us with an opportunity to be truly creative, to produce videos that will entertain and inform our audience.

At Nettel Media, we’ve been fortunate enough to have worked on a number of broadcast video productions over the years, including documentaries, pilot television programs, etc.


The following are a sample of other projects we’ve had the privilege of being involved in.

1) Documentary – “A Ripple On Life" (2017)

A 90 minute documentary produced by Erick and Karene Nettel and directed by Karene Nettel. This film follows a group of Canadian volunteers who travel to Uganda to set-up a clean water system at the maternity ward of Kawolo Hospital. In the process, the volunteers confront their own privileges.

2) Documentary – “(Re)Inventing Destiny” (2009)

A one-hour documentary produced and directed by Karene Nettel, this film focused on members of the Hispanic community who had recently immigrated to Canada. This project was funded entirely by the OMNI Television Independent Producers Initiative and produced in two languages.

3) Documentary – “The R Word” (2008)

A one-hour television documentary produced by Pierre Tetrault Media Inc., this story focused on the challenges faced by people with intellectual disabilities across Canada. Nettel Media provided Director of Photography and Sound Recordist services for this film, which recently received the TASH 2012 Positive Images in the Media National Award in Washington, DC.

4) Pilot Program – “Healing Rani” (2007)

A half hour pilot program produced by Rajan Tetrault Productions, this comedy was centred on the trials and tribulations of a single mother who aspires to be a comedian. She enlists the services of a recognized American comedian to mentor her and help her get her ‘big break’.


      Nettel Media provided cinematography, sound design and editing services for this program. The program was a winner of the International Award for Best Cinematography of a Short Film at the 2007 New York International Independent Film & Video Festival.

Contact us to inquire about how we can help with your broadcasting projects.