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MPR: Leech Lake Band gets grant to expand radio on reservation (09/27)
"The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe is a step closer to building a tribally owned radio station. The tribe has been awarded $238,000 from the Department of Commerce National Telecommunications Infrastructure Administration. The money will be used to purchase studio...

Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux elders seek news coverage on KILI (09/09)
The following story was written and reported by Randall Howell. © Native Sun News. PORCUPINE, SOUTH DAKOTA –– Hunger for more local news and less entertainment is part of what’s driving a possible change in the broadcasting board of...

Editorial: Radio station made right call on offensive chatter (05/19)
"No sooner had we encouraged dialogue about why race-based sports mascots are offensive when another opportunity arose to talk about the need for cultural awareness. WIXX (101.1FM) rightly decided to stop airing a peculiar 1950s ballad about a love-struck Native...

Marketplace: Tribal radio gets priority under FCC rule (02/16)
"Peter O'Dowd: Of the more than 13,000 radio stations licensed in the U.S., a mere 41 belong to Native American communities. So for those who live on reservations, reliable information can be hard to come by. Just ask Gail Haozous...

Radio program brings Mixtec community together (06/09)
A unique radio program is one of the few in the nation with a Native language focus. "La Hora Mixteca" (The Mixtec Hour) began 1995. Based in Fresno, Califonria, host Filemón López offers programming, music, advice and more in...

Native radio summit set for April 1 in Portland (03/17)
Representatives of more than 60 Native radio stations are expected to attend the ninth annual Native Radio Summit takes place April 1 in Portland, Oregon. The summit, hosted by Native Public Media, reaches out to the 33 Native radio stations...

Pala Band wins FCC approval for radio station (02/19)
The Pala Band of Mission Indians plans to set up a radio station on its reservation in southern California. The tribe won a license from the Federal Communications Commission to start the station. It will broadcast noncommercial, educational and emergency...