November is Native American Heritage Month, and ‘Rebel Music: Native America’ will focus on the stories of four Native American activists and musicians and how they use art to address community issues.
“We’re so excited and proud to launch ‘Rebel Music: Native America’ on MTV’s Facebook page, bringing poignant, original long-form content directly to our largest social community,” said Tom Fishman, Vice President of Content Marketing and Fan Engagement for MTV. “We look forward to a rich and timely social conversation ensuing as we both celebrate and reflect on Native American Heritage month.”
Following the premiere of the show on Facebook premiere, ‘Rebel Music: Native America’ will then air on mtvU, MTV2, Centric, Epix 2 and Epix.com. It will also be made available free for download or streaming on iTunes, Hulu, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, Verizon Flexview, and Xbox Video.
The remaining five documentaries that make up the second season of Rebel Music will premiere in the spring of 2015 and will feature stories from Iran, Myanmar, Senegal, Turkey, and Venezuela.