We are passionate about ensuring our Native voice is heard when it comes to media and broadband issues.Read More
Caring For Stations
NPM has created an online radio station wellness center. If you don't find it here, please let us know.Read More
Connecting people with different talents often creates creative solutions to everyday issues.Read More
In partnership with respected Native journalists, NPM contributes to the National dialogue as a thought leader in Indian Country.Read More
Our MissionHighlights from our decade plus of results
Advocate for and provide station care to our radio family that has grown to 59 stations strong.
Established the Native Nations Broadband Task Force in March, 2011.
As a part of the National Broadband Plan recommendations, the FCC Office of Native Affairs and Policy (ONAP) was created on August 12, 2010.
Published the New Media, Technology and Internet Use in Indian Country Study.
On December 16, 2008, Native Public Media briefed the FCC Transition Team about critical telecommunications priorities effecting tribes and Alaskan Native Villages.
Native Public Media assisted 38 Tribes in submitting 56 full power radio applications in 2007.
Native Public Media is created to promote healthy, independent, and engaged Native communities by owning our media destiny... a first in Indian Country.