Launched in 2012, Millennium TV was intended to represent the intrepid television love child of the offbeat fictional magazine, “Millennium” featured in Stieg Larsson’s, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and the UN Millennium Development Goals…

Yeh, that’s a lot, we know. Translation? Try, quality yet unconventional content meets conscious and inclusive broadcasting viewable from anywhere in the world.

Here at Millennium TV, our goal is to expand the horizons and imaginations of our viewers by presenting diverse, fun and informative content that makes them question their pre-existing impressions of communities around the world.

From arts, music and entertainment to documentaries, sports and news, with the help of our media partners, Millennium TV offers a hotchpot of interactive video content carefully curated to showcase the best of this nutty global community in which we all live!

Millennium TV is the place where communities meet so come and hang out with us! Watch, subscribe, like, follow… you know the drill. Help us give coverage to all types of faces.

For more information and to find out how you can get involved please contact info@mymillennium.tv.

DISCOVER MORE ON MILLENNIUM TV

the-cave-puppeteer
The Cave, by filmmaker El Kheyer Zidani, tells a story of creativity, community, puppets and a son’s love for his father.
On-the-white-nile
On the White Nile, by filmmaker Akuol de Mabior, takes us into the world of Rebecca Lith Chol. From the stern of her long wooden boat, Rebecca steers her crew down the White Nile, running her small fishing business.
Throttle-Queens
This short film from filmmaker Joan Kabugu celebrates Ciku Mbithi and the women of the Throttle Queens biking club.
Davido
Davido, Nigerian artist, performs a medley of his hit singles “Fall” and “Risky” alongside live piano for Fine Tuned with Audiomack.
al-jazeera-25-years
On November 1, 2021, our partners Al Jazeera celebrated their 25th anniversary, their Silver Jubilee.
rebel-radio-ships
The Voice of Peace and Radio Caroline were pirate radio stations that launched in the 1960s and 1970s, broadcasting from ships anchored outside national territorial waters, in an attempt to challenge the societies around them. This documentary from Al Jazeera World intercuts the stories of these two stations, through a mix of archive, presenter anecdotes, journalistic analysis and historical context.