Personnalité média engagée de l’année (radio/télé)
Eleven years since starting as a casual researcher, at CBC Montreal, Nantali Indongo developed as a writer-broadcaster for the Current Affairs programs and as a host and producer, namely leading the station-wide project "Real Talk on Race"(2016), subsequently winning an award from the Radio-Television Digital News Directors Association
As of 2017, Nantali co-created and became the host of a new provincial arts and culture show, The Bridge, where guests spend an hour sharing stories about themselves as creatives, their takes on arts and culture in Quebec and the world, while presenting their personal playlist of music to mark special moments in their lives. Since the fall of 2020, she became the host-producer of the program; and remains the CBC Montreal’s arts and culture contributor for the local morning radio show, Daybreak, bringing attention to arts and culture that are not always a part of the mainstream.
In the summer of 2020, Nantali hosted for the second time, a national radio program about systemic racism in Canada's legal system called "Breaking The Code" .
Nantali has also become a contributor to the Radio-Canada radio programs, namely “Plus on est fou, plus on lit” with host Marie-Louise Arsenault.