Entries from News Archive 2008 tagged with 'radio'

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...

Column: Shock jock insults Native women

"Radio shock jocks don't get better with age, just older and more crass. Case in point: Rob Tepper, one of Seattle's most recognizable radio personalities -- the T-Man of KUBE 93. Smarmy, garrulous and sometimes funny, this less polished version...

Project seeks radio on White Earth Reservation

The White Earth Land Recovery Project is coordinating an effort to establish the first Indian radio station in Minnesota. Niijii Broadcast Corporation has been tentatively selected for a Federal Communications Commission license. Supporters hope to start on the Internet later...

KILI Radio celebrates 25 years of broadcasting

KILI-FM, the Voice of the Lakota Nation, marked its 25th anniversary on Thursday. DJ Calvin Two Lance welcomed listeners in English and Lakota on February 25, 1983. The station quickly became the only way most families on the Pine Ridge...

KILI Radio celebrates 25 years with unique gift

KILI-FM, the Voice of the Lakota Nation, received a unique gift for its 25th birthday. The radio station, based on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, will use a wind turbine to broadcast across Lakota Country. The $120,000 turbine...

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