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 MAY 1, 2010   VOLUME 4

Koahnic Broadcast Corporation announces exciting new internet venture with MyTribeTV.com  

Radio and TV audiences can now catch weekday broadcasts of National Native News and Native America Calling on www.mytribetv.com/nac. The airings are made possible by MyTribeTV and Koahnic Broadcast Corporation.

Koahnic Broadcast Corporation is a leading Native media enterprises. It operates:

KNBA-FM 90.3, the country's only urban, Native-controlled public radio station;
National radio programming, including National Native News, Earthsongs, and Native America Calling
Native Voice One, a Native radio distribution service

"This new partnership with MyTribeTV fits right in with our mission, which is to be the leader in bringing Native voices to the region and the nation," said Jaclyn Sallee, President and CEO of Koahnic, "By expanding our national program's reach to internet television, we hope to gain a brand new audience of listeners and viewers."  

MyTribeTV Co-owner Lyn Dennis is thrilled to expand TV programming from their Seattle-based studios. 

"We hope that our Native and non-Native viewers will enjoy and learn from this new partnership with the Albuquerque, NM-based news and public affairs radio productions," Dennis said. "We are proud to provide and assist with the installation of equipment in the Annenberg National Native Voice studios in Albuquerque."


In its 14th year, Native America Calling covers topics of interest to Native people. A weekly rundown of upcoming programs can be found at www.nativeamericacalling.com .  
 
National Native News and Native America Calling can be heard each weekday at 1 pm Eastern Time.  The toll-free number for listeners to call in is 1-800-99Native (996-2848).

 

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