Please use this directory to help find stores, cultural reference material, radio stations, galleries and businesses. Contact us to let us know about Native American related sites missing from our directory, or to inquire about advertising or sponsorship opportunities. Go Native American (gonativeamerican.org)
Web resources on native American topics have been classified in the following categories
Broadcasting, Radio, Publishing and Media
Native American media have grown from their roots as community support organizations to a thriving part of the vital broadcasting environment, making available worldwide, through webcasts Indian music, artists, writers, and opinion leaders.
Native American Media is largely concentrated in radio and publishing, with some limited video production.
Public Radio Organizations
Shares a directory of 30 Native American public radio stations
A cooperative effort between the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Native American radio community, NPM aims to help stations adopt the best practices in fundraising, broadcasting, production and management of the wider public radio community through outreach and training. Native Public Media has an excellent directory to Native radio stations, here.
The voice of the Turtle Mountains in Belcourt, North Dakota. Offers a mix of local, native American and NPR programming, shares its programming schedule, staff pictures, and offers services, primarily studio services, to the business and educational community.
Publishes several titles specific to Canadian aboriginal people, including Windspeakers, a national publication, and publications specific to Ontario, British Columbia, alberta, Saskatchewan. Also operates radio station CWFE.
Covers antique and new art by native Americans, espeically reporting prices in recent auctions, museum shows, gallery exhibitions.
Although billing themselves as covering Native Americans in the west, the publication is for the most part devoted to cowboys, with some limited coverage of Pow Wows and arts.
Weekly newspaper covering most events of significance in the native American community. Based in Canastota, NY, the publisher also releases and annual Powwow Guide, an Annual Guide to Indian Gaming and another annual guide to Indian owned companies. Also publishes show inserts for many large native American events.
Established as a house organ of the Heard Museum (see the museums page) in 1987, the magazine became an independent business and is now published bi-monthly and has a circulation of about 50,000. It features arts and artists, business, sports, travel, education, politics and other topics of interest to the Native American community and friends.
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