KCNP Oklahoma demonstrates that terrestrial radio stations continue to be first responders in emergency situations.
May 22, 2013
KCNP Chickasaw Community Radio has paved the way for noncommercial stations that would like to help victims of the Oklahoma tornados. KCNP’s request for a waiver of the prohibition on third-party fundraising was not only promptly granted, but resulted in the issuance of the attached Public Notice...
Fiscal Austerity and Indian-Treaty Termination--Twin Ideologies
April 25, 2013
Mark Trahant of New America Media writes that calls for government austerity by conservatives like Rep. Paul Ryan use debunked arguments that echo mid-20th century proponents of terminating Indian treaties.
NAJA accepting Project Phoenix applications through May 6
April 16, 2013
Native high school students exposed to media through annual Native American Journalists Association program July 14-20 in Tempe, Ariz.
NORMAN, Okla. - The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) is now accepting applications through May 6 for Project Phoenix, an annual program that aims...
Lessons from Neret-Minet About Cultural Considerations
April 14, 2013
In 2012, Native Public Media hosted a Digital Journalism and Storytelling course on the campus of the American Indian Arts Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico that included “Cultural Considerations” as a major component of study. The course was based on a curriculum we wrote ourselves simply...
THE 4 PILLARS OF NPM
Native Public Media values forging tribal centric solutions to Native communications needs and over the past seven
years concentrated on four quadrants of service to Native media makers and communities:
Providing Native Communities with the Access, Knowledge and Resources to Ensure that Native Americans Have a Voice to
Fully Participate and Benefit From the Information Age.
Creating A Digital Footprint For Media Growth In Indian Country.
Providing Information, Technical Support and Training to Build a Solid National Communications System in Indian
Producing proactive programs of policy analysis, representation and education, NPM works to secure a voice for Native America among policy-making bodies and among the media democracy movement, promoting greater access and larger audiences for Native American voices.
NPM Media Summit 2012: Our Voices-Our Stories-Our Network
July 13, 2012
Native Public Media's 2012 Media Summit brought together the Native network community with Native radio and media makers to discuss and reflect on the past year. The Summit and Cultural Feast was held in the heart of Indian Country--Santa Fe, New Mexico--on the beautiful campus of the Institute of American Indian Arts.