The AIB Network develops and distributes original content. Our value-driven programming educates the mind, strengthens the body and inspires the spirit. Programming broadcasts are available to over two million homes in Northern Georgia on Comcast Cable (channel 295) and AT&T Uverse (channel 6) as well as worldwide via Live Streaming and on our YouTube Channel. The AIB Network actively supports and recognizes non-profit and faith based organizations and is an active member of the Atlanta, GA community. In addition, the AIB Network offers cost-effective field and studio video production services from our state-of-the-art facility conveniently located in mid-town Atlanta, GA.
Stimulate your "creative juices" with AIB’s new DIY series, “Craft Your Imagination.” You’ll learn to make amazing art projects inspired by the latest trends spotted on online arts and craft sites, with easy, step-by-step instructions using tools and materials you may already have at home. Let your “inner artist” shine as we travel to the hip art studio of “Pinspiration” located in Cumming, Georgia, where everyone is an artist!
How did the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints spread from its humble beginnings in upstate New York to a faith with more than sixteen million adherents around the world? What has attracted so many to its basic beliefs, texts and practices? Find out, in "Exploring the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints," an AIB series that will also introduce you people who share the lived experience of growing up in the church, as well as those drawn to the church later in life.
She Speaks Live is a talk show hosted by Nicci Gilbert that empowers and inspires women to live their best life by tackling relationships, parenting, fitness, and personal finance issues. In addition, guest panelists discuss everyday issues, share their opinions and engage in colorful conversations on a variety of topics.
Our producers understand the importance of developing programs which encourage positive change. We aim to connect people by highlighting community and societal issues often overlooked. Our shows provide insight on the personal journey people from all
walks of life face. Topics such as prison reentry, mental and emotional health, trauma survivors and more have been a focal point of our programming.
Our documentary on prison reentry (2018) discussed at-risk former prisoners. From interviews to clips of their daily lives, viewers gain insight on how communities unite to ensure the incarceration rate decreases.
In 1830, President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law, giving him authority to negotiate with South Eastern Native American tribes their removal to lands west of the Mississippi. With this act in place, Jackson was able to threaten and force tribes into signing treaties -- giving their land away forever. In this edition of AIB Presents: The Trail of Tears, we bring you voices of the Cherokee, past and present, with sounds from the 175th Anniversary Ceremony at New Echota and interviews with descendants of those who made it to Indian territory.
November is National American Indian Heritage Month. It is a month-long celebration of the rich and diverse cultures, traditions, histories and to acknowledged the important contributions of Native people. National American Indian Heritage Month is also an opportunity to raise awareness about the unique challenges Native people has and is currently experiencing, and the ways they have worked to conquer the challenges. For more information, visit: https://nativeamericanheritagemonth.gov/.