Coeur d'Alene Tribe wins license for radio station
The Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho will be starting its own radio station after winning approval from the Federal Communications Commission.

The tribe will broadcast on KWIS FM 88.3. Information technology director Valerie Fast Horse envisions tribal news, Native music and other culturally-relevant content.

"It's like we're calling all Coeur d'Alenes," Fast Horse told The Spokesman Review, referring to the station's name, which means to be called" in the Snchitsu'umshtsn language.

The tribe has three years to get the station up and running.

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