A Letter From Native Public Media

Did you know, that Native American populations are among the least connected in the world?

When your community is so remote that you don’t have paved roads; when you don’t have access to plain old telephone service in your home; when you don’t have access to broadband in your community; and when only 1 in 3 families in your community have access to telephone services, terrestrial radio becomes a lifeline.

Native Public Media’s core function is ongoing and proactive service to Native Communities. We work to facilitate a world in which all Native Americans have access to information through media. Native Public Media helps to build a strong and healthy information ecology for Native Americnas by training community members for radio and new media platforms— including digital communications that are informative, transformational, entertaining, and educational.

We invite you to look at the work we do in Indian Country at http://nativepublicmedia.org/ and then, this holiday season, we ask that you support Native Public Media in its mission to promote healthy, engaged, independent Native communities through media access, ownership and control.



The Tribal Digital Village Network (TDVNet) was created with the intent to bring Internet connectivity to the member tribes of SCTCA and empower their people. The Tribal Digital Village(TDV) is a continued set of objectives to help SCTCA achieve its mission thru technology, first and foremost, devised by the community leaders to handle the technical aspects of meeting its mission statement. The primary mission of Southern California Tribal Chairmen's Association (SCTCA) is to serve the health, welfare, safety, education, cultural, economic and employment needs of its tribal members and descendants in the San Diego County urban areas.

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