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  • Resource Database / News Media, Television & Radio / Television & Radio

    Resources: 46 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    '1491' Explores the Americas Before Columbus
    PBS Radio Interview: "All Things Considered," August 21, 2005 · Our founding myth suggests the Americas were a lightly populated wilderness before Europeans arrived. Historian Charles C. Mann compiled evidence of a far more complex and populous pre-Columbian society. He tells John Ydstie about 1491.
    Aboriginal CKCU
    Anishinabek Canada
    Aboriginal CKCU is a weekly radio program aired on www.ckcufm.com Sundays at 9 am EST - raises the profile of Aboriginal music to increase learning, appreciation and understanding of Aboriginal people in Canada.
    More sites on geocities.com
    Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
    The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, or APTN, is Canada's First Nations, Inuit, and Metis national television network. APTN was launched nationally on September 1, 1999 to over 8 million homes via cable television, direct-to-home and wireless service viewers. APTN represents a significant milestone for Aboriginal Canada -- for the first time in broadcast history, First Nations, Inuit and Metis people have the opportunity to share their stories with the rest of the world on a national television network dedicated to Aboriginal programming. Through documentaries, news magazines, dramas, entertainment specials, childrens' series, cooking shows and education programs, APTN offers all Canadians a window into the remarkably diverse worlds of Indigenous peoples in Canada and throughout the world. More than 90% of APTN's programming originates in Canada, with 60% of the programs broadcast in English, 15% in French and 25% in a variety of Aboriginal languages.
    Alcatraz is Not An Island
      US - Southwest
    Visit the website and discover how a group of Indian activists fought to take over Alcatraz Island. Get an overview of the historic events that propelled Native solidarity. Use an Indian activism timeline to explore the important civil and human rights victories that followed the island takeover.
    More sites on www.pbs.org
    AlterNATIVE VOICES radio
      US - West
    Complimenting the public radio production out of Denver, CO and carried on American Indian Radio on Satellite Network, this site is updated every Sunday with events, information, issues and resources of local and national interest.
    American Indian Radio On Satellite
      United States
    The American Indian Radio on Satellite (AIROS) Network provides Native American programming 24 hours a day. Programming includes Native America Calling, our live call-in talk show or as we like to call it the world's first electronic talking circle; Native Sounds - Native Voices, a two hour music program that features the best in contemporary and traditional Native American music; and many other independently produced programs including Different Drums and Alter*Native Voices.
    CFWE - Canada's Aboriginal Radio News Voice
      Canada - Western
    More sites on www.ammsa.com
    CINI 89.9 FM
    Blackfoot Canada - Western
    Providing quality broadcasting to southern Alberta, Canada. Our goal is to inform, entertain and inspire. We broadcast cultural and mainstream music.
    Comunicaciones Mapuche XEGXEG
    Mapuche America - South
    Comunicaciones Mapuche Xeg Xeg es una Corporación de Desarrollo, integrada por mujeres y hombres mapuche, jóvenes de edad o espíritu, que trabajamos por la promoción de la Cultura, la Educación, los derechos linguísticos, económicos y sociopolíticos del pueblo mapuche.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Echoes in the Wind
      US - Northeast
    A weekly Native American radio program featuring music, stories, news and interviews, on WMPG.
    Environmental News Network
    Hand Of Grandfather
    Anishinaabe United States
    Hand Of Grandfather, a weekly radio program, airs nationwide on XM Satellite Radio - Fine Tuning, Channel 76. Hand Of Grandfather is a cutting edge, eclectic mix of First Nations Music... all genres, all styles of music, the common thread is that all performers are tribally affiliated.
    Heartbeat Alaska Native News
    Upik US - Alaska
    Award winning Heartbeat Alaska with Jeanie Greene, airs a half hour weekly news broadcast throught North America, Europe, Asia and the South Pacific based on the Native perspective.
    More sites on www.jeaniegreene.com
    Lakota US - Central
    The companion web site to the PBS documentary, HOMELAND, an emotionally compelling film that weaves a portrait of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation through the lives of a spiritual leader, a grandmother, a community activist and an artist over the course of three years. HOMELAND follows these Native Americans and their families as they face the harsh realities common to most American Indian reservations—alcoholism, extreme unemployment and scarce
    Jeanie Greene Productions
      US - Alaska
    We are a full service video production house that produces Alaska Native and Native American television programs. Fully Native owned and managed.
    More sites on www.jeaniegreene.com
    KINI FM Radio
    Sioux US - Central
    KINI FM Radio station in St. Francis, in the heart of the Rosebud Reservation. "The Voice of the Rosebud" Lots of Native Music as well as Country, also news, sports, weather and local announcements.
    KNBA 90.3 FM Radio, Anchorage Alaska
      US - Alaska
    KNBA 90.3 FM, the first Native radio station located in an urban market, has been repeatedly voted the best station in Anchorage.
    More sites on www.knba.org
    KNR-online: Radio & TV Greenland
    Inuit Arctic Circle
    Lumbee US - West
    American Indian Airwaves show cases every Wednesday an independent American Indian Artist and/or Musician (music group). These are artist in the community that are not any major music label within, and outside of, Indian Country. If you are an American Indian Artist and/or Musician interested in "possibly" having one of your songs showcased on our show please forward a copy of at least one track on CD to Larry Smith (Lumbee Nation, American Indian Airwaves, Co-host KPFK, 3729 Cahuenga Blvd.West, North Hollywood, CA 91604
    KTNN - Navajo Nation Radio
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Navajo Nation owns and operates two commercial radio stations broadcasting from Window Rock, Arizona. KTNN AM 660 is "The Voice of the Navajo Nation" and broadcasts 24 hours a day in both Navajo and English with a Country & Western/Native American music format. KTNN is a 50,000 watt clear signal with nighttime coverage reaching the entire US west of the Rockies (and northwest Mexico)! KWRK 96.1 FM is a 100,000 watt stereo station serving the Four Corners, Gallup and the Navajo Nation with an Adult Contemporary/Top 40 format.
    More sites on www.cia-g.com
    Message Stick - Indigenous Online ABC
      Australia - Torres Strait
    Message Stick is the new Indigenous gateway for ABC TV and Radio. The gateway is a collaboration between Indigenous departments in Television and Radio and also includes Music and Book reviews of talent artists and writers, features on arts and culture, events diary and guestbooks and forums.
    More sites on abc.net.au
    Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation
    Cree Canada - Northern
    Both Cree and Dene programming, for the preservation, protection and enhancement of aboriginal cultures in Saskatchewan, and a leader in First Nations communications
    Native America Calling
      United States
    Native America Calling is a live daily call-in program linking public radio stations and listeners together into a thought-provoking national conversation.
    More sites on www.nativeamericacalling.com
    Native America Calling
      US - Alaska
    Native America Calling is a live call-in program, linking public radio stations, the Internet and listeners together into a thought-provoking national conversation about issues specific to Native communities.
    More sites on www.nativeamericacalling.com
    Native American Public Telecommunications
      United States
    The mission of Native American Public Telecommunications (NAPT) is to inform, educate and encourage the awareness of tribal histories, cultures, languages, opportunities and aspirations through the fullest participation of American Indians and Alaska Natives in creating and employing all forms of educational and public telecommunications programs and services, thereby supporting tribal sovereignty.
    Native American Television (NATV online)
      US - Northeast
    Native American Television, natv.org, the online portal to the latest in news, commentary, arts, culture and dialog inside the American Indian community. Based in Washington, DC, NATV brings political and tribal leaders, newsmakers, and artists to both a national and international audience.
    Native Media Resource Center
      United States
    produced by Peggy Berryhill
    Native Networks / Redes Indigenas
    Welcome to Native Networks - online information about film, video, and radio produced by indigenous peoples of the Americas and Hawaii. Presented by the National Museum of the American Indian-Smithsonian Institution.
    Native Opinion Talk Radio. With host Michael Kickingbear
      US - Northeast
    An internet radio web site broadcasting talk radio shows pertaining to Native American issues, and music.
    Native Solidarity News
      Canada - Eastern
    Weekly program on CKUT community radio Montreal, supporting international indigenous self-determination (land, resource, cultural, spiritual, and other rights). Tapes and CDs available at cost.
    NativeRadio.com is one of the largest portals on the Web for Native American music. NativeRadio.com, your portal to the beauty and mystery of Native American music.
    Pacific Islanders in Communications
      Pacific - South
    PIC is a national nonprofit media organization established primarily for the purpose of increasing national public broadcast programming by and about indigenous Pacific Islanders.
    Pirate Media Studios
    Seneca US - Northeast
    Pirate Media Studios is a native-owned and operated media business. We specialize in production for video, sound and web.
    Radio For Peace International
    Kuna America - Central
    RFPI is a global radio station producing news of value for indigenous people. They have various stories and interviews on and about indigenous peoples. For example, one of their shows they air is Making Contact, which will soon air info on SAIIC and indigenous people in general. Another is their conservation show which just aired the dire problems of the Guaymi. There are various other things they produce.
    Red Hearts Radio
    Cherokee US - Northeast
    Red Hearts Radio is a weekly radio program hosted by Georgi Hudson MorningStar, Cherokee/Italian/English, on Tuesday evenings 11 pm - 12 midnight (EST), WAPS 91.3 FM The Summit, a non-commercial public radio station.
    Te Reo Irirangi O Te Hiku O Te Ika
    Maori Aotearoa-New Zealand
    Kia Ora we are an Iwi Radio Station in Kaitaia,Aotearoa(New Zealand) our broadcast area is in Te Taitokerau,representing our five Iwi.Ngati Kurii,Te Aupouri,Ngai Takoto,Te Rarawa me Ngati Kahu.On this site you will be able to listen to Maori music Traditional and contempary,you will be able to listen to live broadcasts at any time,with this broadcast we have a wide range of panui(Community Notices) which concerns this area and issues concerning Maori.For those who are home sick you are able to hear us speak Te Reo.This is a great site for Maori and for all ethnic groups around the world.click to this site and you will hear the beautiful Maori people of Aotearoa.
    The Pequot War: A Television Documentary
    Pequot US - Northeast
    Sasco Creek Productions and Wiltonwood Productions are now in the pre-production phase of a one-hour documentary on the Pequot War, intended for broadcast on public television.
    The Storyteller
      US - Central
    The Storyteller is a 15-minute weekly radio program of true stories from First Nations people across North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. The Storyteller can be heard in more than 200 Native communities on First Nations radio networks in Canada, including NCI, CFWE and MBC. It's also heard in the US in Alaska, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, Arizona, and New Mexico.
    More sites on www.withoutreservation.com
    Haida Canada - Western
    The Creative Native is a lively, high quality, thirteen-episode, half-hour television program dedicated to celebrating the diverse artistic excellence of the Aboriginal world. Host and Producer, Tamara Bell, introduces unique Aboriginal artists and craftspeople to the viewer, providing a greater understanding of Indigenous history, art and culture. The Creative Native’s commitment to the revival and documentation of endangered Aboriginal traditions, culture, art forms, and history, is an essential component of the program. In Season 4 of the Creative Native, traveled to Arizona and New Mexico to document the traditions of the Hopi and the Navajo.
    Turtle Island Productions
    Metis US - West
    Turtle Island Productions is owned and operated by James M. Fortier, Métis-Ojibway. With over 15 years experieince, James is an Emmy Award winning film, video, and new media producer with national PBS and APTN credits. This site provides information on TIP's film/video production and web developement services, rates, and baclground. There is also extensive information on Ojibwe culture and Jim's personal background.
    Turtle Island Project TV
    Lakota United States
    Midwest - Michigan's Upper Peninsula These are videos from new non-profit Turtle Island Project. The Turtle Island Project in Munising, MI (Upper Peninsula along Lake Superior) promotes respect for all Indigenous Peoples and the environment. The TIP promotes First Nations peoples heritage - and we believe all mankind can learn about respect for nature by learning the traditions and teachings of Indigenous peoples. We fight http://turtleislandtv.blip.tv/overty, racism, intolerance, domestic violence, teen suicide, sexual assault and many other social ills.
    Wawatay Native Communications Society
    Ojibwe Canada
    Wawatay Nahve Communications Society is a self-governing, independent community-driven entrepreneurial native organization dedicated to using appropriate technologies to meet the communication needs of people of Aboriginal ancestry in Northern Ontario. Wawatay was originally constituted in 1974 by the people of Nishnawbe-Aski Nation (Northern Ontario) to provide access to communication technologies and services. Its founders intended that Wawatay would serve their communities by preserving, maintaining and enhancing indigenous languages and culture. Wawatay operates radio, television and newspaper media.
    More sites on wawataynews.ca
    WFSS 91.9 FM
      US - Southeast
    I am the host of Native Voices, a variety program which can be heard each week from 7-10 PM EST. I am Haliwa-Saponi, altho my show features all Nations!
    Wisdom of the Elders
      United States
    Wisdom of the Elders, Inc. is an American Indian not for profit corporation whose mission is the cultural preservation and sharing of the indigenous elders' oral history and cultural arts.
      United States
    Thursday nights on direct tv and Dish network tv---- 9:pm check out the program listings it is called "First people's TV" every week great documantries and stories of our people!
    Mohawk Canada
    www.mohawk-radio.com is an owned and operated internet based radio station on the Mohawk Territory of Kahnawake that is starting to garner quite a bit of interest amongst the indie rock artists within the city of Montreal. We are adding music from the Quebec region every week along with artists from the rest of Canada, U.S.A. and Europe. We are not an indie only radio station, we also mix in the latest hard rock of the day, classic rock and First Nations Rock artists.

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