Wednesday, August 24, 2016
 
Announcements
Delegate Tso commends efforts of the Former Bennett Freeze Area Field Intake Project
Delegate Davis Filfred honors Navajo Code Talkers on behalf of Council
PRESIDENT BEGAYE ADDRESSES COMMUNICATION ISSUES WITH FCC COMMISSIONER CLYBURN
CROWNPOINT I.H.S. MSPI TRAINING SCHEDULE FOR 2016
Farmers Market seeking Farmers
NHA responds to RDC’s passage of Legislation 232-16 will have dire impact on housing programs and se
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ SIGN NAVAJO LAND ACQUISITION ACT
PRESIDENT BEGAYE CALLS FOR EXPEDIENT REIMBURSEMENT TO NAVAJO FARMERS DURING ROUNDTABLE COMMEMORATING
After School Program, Ft Defiance AZ
Delegate Tom Chee and Congressman Lujan visit families affected by flooding
Council members address Utah issues with Utah Governor
Navajo Nation urges Congress to fund a Navajo Code Talkers national monument in Washington, D.C.
NOSHA Lifts the Closure of the Education Center - 2-3 Mice Identified on the First Floor of the Nava
Navajo Nation Council members commend approval of amendments to the land acquisition process
NOSHA Lifts Restriction and Reopens Navajo Education Center
Speaker Bates calls on federal government to provide compensation and long-term assistance for commu
VICE PRESIDENT NEZ MEETS WITH LT. GOV. COX DURING NATIVE AMERICAN SUMMIT
PRC Commissioners Want More Information from Farmington Area Water Utility
Law and Order Committee commends Navajo police academy graduates
Chapter regionalization referendum measure to be considered by Council
Budget and Finance Committee recommends approval of referendum measure for transportation stimulus p
MAN FROM SECOND MESA SENTENCED TO 14 YEARS FOR VIOLENT ASSAULT
PRESIDENT BEGAYE SIGNS DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY FOR COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY MONSOON STORMS
American Indian Graduate Center Installs New Board Leadership
NNC approves referendum to allow the Navajo people to decide chapter regionalization initiative
Arizona reinstates KidsCare health insurance program
Resources and Development Committee recommends further scientific studies of hydraulic fracturing on
Navajo Nation Council approves amendments to the land acquisition process
NN Council applauds announcement of federal investigation into the shooting of Loreal Tsinigine
Comments Sought On State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
Navajo youth benefit from summer youth employment opportunities
Resources and Development Committee recommends approval of funds for new Tuba City senior center
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ SIGN EXECUTIVE ORDER MANDATING SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING AN
Forbes Article on Successful Navajo Business Woman
Tséhootsooí Medical Center encourages communities to become aware of Hantavirus and the symptoms
Health, Education, and Human Services Committee approves study of effects of hydraulic fracturing on
Nadine Mathis Basha Assumes Leadership of First Things First Board
YOUTH COMPLETE APPRENTICE PEACEMAKER CURRICULUM
NNC approves the Síhasin Fund Twin Arrows Travel Center Development Expenditure Plan
Tow Services Placed on Notice to Secure Cargo
Law and Order Committee supports the Northern Judicial and Public Safety Complex initiative
Delegate Alton Joe Shepherd selected as vice chair of the Arizonans for Tribal Government Gaming
Navajo Nation Council welcomes U.S. Senator Tom Udall to the Navajo Nation
Resources and Development Committee approves Newcomb Chapter’s community land use plan
Speaker's Report - 2016 Summer Session
NNOPVP State of the Navajo Nation Address 2016 NNC Summer Session
Judge Parrish Denies Motion to Dismiss the Navajo Nation Human Right Commission as Plaintiff in Mail
PRESIDENT BEGAYE CALLS FOR TRIBES TO WORK TOGETHER TO ADDRESS WATER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND ECONOMIC DEV
PRESIDENT BEGAYE SAYS THREE BRANCH CHIEFS WORKED IN CONSENSUS TO PROPOSE FY2017 GENERAL FUND REVENUE
Navajo Nation Branch Chiefs present proposed FY2017 budget
Representatives from the City of Winslow speak at Teesto Chapter meeting
Resources and Development Committee considers amending Title 26
Law and Order Committee continues to push for hiring of Police Chief
Council commends actions of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to benefit federally recognized tribes
Zah Sees Uncertainty Ahead and Continues to Caution the Public About Rushing to Spend the Permanent
NAVAJO NATION TO SIGN MOU WITH STATE OF ARIZONA REGARDING VETERAN SERVICES
DOLLAR GENERAL DECISION - A DE FACTO WIN FOR TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY
Commission Unanimously Approves Emeras Acquisition Of TECO Energy
Health, Education, and Human Services Committee applauds U.S. Supreme Court decisions pertaining to
Harvard researchers to lead new Council of Economic Advisors for the Navajo Nation
Navajo Nation Investment Committee Votes to Protect the Future of the Navajo People; Rejects $90 Mil
OPVP Brings American Indian Gold Medalist Billy Mills to Elder Youth Summit
Resources and Development Committee approves Newcomb Chapter’s community land use plan
San Juan County EMO Announces Wednesday Closure of Bottled Water Station Near Aztec
Navajo Nation Council members meet with Obama Administration to advocate for a Bears Ears National M
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT BRINGS EIGHT TIME WNFR QUALIFIER DERRICK BEGAY TO YOUTH E
Heavy Smoke From Fuller Fire Impacting Residents of Western Navajo Nation
KAYENTA VETERANS CLINIC NOW THE THIRD LOCATION OPEN ON THE NAVAJO NATION
Navajo Parks Race Series, we would like to attend the 2nd annual Navajo Code Talkers 29K and 10K
Navajo Nation Council approves the Síhasin Fund Twin Arrows Travel Center Development Expenditure Pl
Tséhootsooí Medical Center breaks ground for new Wellness Center
Council supports Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act program
Dził Yijiin District Court funds approved by Navajo Nation Council
Navajo Nation Council appalled by the clearance of Winslow police officer Austin Shipley in the shoo
Council supports youth employment through approval of funding for the Office of Diné Youth
Council approves supplemental funding for Phoenix Indian Center
Pinon community advocates for a police district to address high rates of crime
NAVAJO NATION HOTSHOT CREW DEPLOY FIRE SHELTERS
Law and Order Committee considers establishing a Navajo police academy
Budget and Finance Committee issues directive to release funds for public safety facility
Phillip Francisco Chosen as New Navajo Nation Chief of Police
Navajo Nation Council members speak in support of the Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony Act
VICE PRESIDENT NEZ SAYS THE NAVAJO NATION DOES NOT SUPPORT THE TRANSFER OF TOMAHAWK BAR’S LIQUOR LIC
Resources and Development Committee addresses land use rights with McCracken Mesa’s residents
Dr. Lewis Reports on Chilchinbeto and Rough Rock Community Schools Accreditation
June 2016 To'Hajiilee Teen Court Newsletter
Human Services Committee supports the construction of a Navajo Code Talker national monument
Law and Order Committee directs President Begaye to hire police chief and considers police sub-stati
PRESIDENT BEGAYE APPLAUDS THE ALERT SYSTEM TASK FORCE FOR FAST TRACKING DEVELOPMENT OF NOTIFICATION
Health, Education, and Human Services Committee discusses proposed subcommittee to tackle sexual ass
Law and Order Committee receives an update on the Navajo Nation Amber Alert initiative
Council members applaud approval of American Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ SIGN MOU FOR SHIPROCK SWEETWATER TRANSMISSION LINE
Governor Ducey Announces, Three Arizona Schools To Receive $100,000 State-Of-The-Art Fitness Centers
President Begaye, Vice President Nez Send Letter to Sapulpa Public Schools in Support of Female Nava
PRESIDENT BEGAYE ALLOCATES FUNDS FOR HOUSING IN FORMER BENNETT FREEZE AREA
TWO NATIONS, ONE VOICE DISCUSSIONS BETWEEN NAVAJO AND HOPI CONTINUE
HOW TO PREVENT ILLNESS CAUSED BY SHIGILLA INFECTION
Health Education and Human Services Committee opposes hydraulic fracturing within the Navajo Nation
NTEC signs MOU to start fugitive methane study near Navajo Mine
Budget and Finance Committee addresses Navajo land acquisition policies
NNHRC meets with Western Director of U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service to discu
State Task Force gains benefits for Navajo Nation through stronger partnerships with Arizona state l
‘WE STRONGLY URGE THE USEPA TO CREATE A NAVAJO REGION’, PRESIDENT BEGAYE SAYS IN LETTER TO PRESIDENT
Law and Order Committee continues efforts to increase salary for Navajo Nation police officers
PRESIDENT BEGAYE TELLS SENATOR SANDERS THAT NAVAJO NEEDS WATER RIGHTS TO THE COLORADO RIVER
Supervisor White Presents Road Projects to Arizona State Transportation Board
Pinon Community School addresses gang violence to the Law and Order Committee
Health, Education, and Human Services Committee seeks to expedite the hiring process for chief of po
Budget and Finance Committee approves waste management agreement with San Juan County, New Mexico
Navajo Nation Council approves $2 million for summer youth employment and enrichment programs
Navajo Nation Council applauds the successful delivery of pipe to repair breach at Navajo Agricultur
Amendments to the Navajo Land Policy on Acquisition of Land and Trust Fund considered by the Resourc
OPVP MEETS WITH 23RD COUNCIL TO DISCUSS LEVERAGING NAVAJO NATION ASSETS FOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
Council members applaud approval of $2 million for summer youth employment and enrichment programs
Health, Education, and Human Services Committee receive report regarding housing proposal for reside
PRESIDENT BEGAYE APPROVES $2 MILLION FOR SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT AMONG NAVAJO NATION CHAPTERS
High School Graduation Rates and Percentiles
STATEMENT FROM SPEAKER LORENZO BATES REGARDING U.S. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
Resources and Development Committee approves the Healthy Diné Community Wellness Development Project
VETERANS WORKING TO BRING THE MOVING WALL TO NAVAJO NATION
Navajo Generating Station calls beekeeper to safely remove swarm from pipe rack
BURNING WEEDS - Be Aware of Dry Conditions, Navajo Nation Wide
What is Diabetes?
Embrace Mother Nature to Get Fit
Disaster, Destress Helpline
What is Vesicular Stomatitis 2015
Do You Know Your Rights When Your Car Gets Towed
What is the Navajo FVRx Program
NM Native-american-tax-exemption
Application for Exemption for American Indians & Alaska Natives Eligible to Receive Services from...
College Fees and Tuition Now Waived for Foster Children in New Mexico
Events
National Awareness Calender 2014
National Cancer Awarness Calender
National Ribbon Awareness Months
Navajo Nation weekly Council Meetings
Window Rock Fitness Schedule 2016
JUL 12 thru AUG 31 - Young Adult Self-Advocacy Group Meeting, Window Rock, Hopi Tuba City AZ
AUG 22 thru 28 - Central Agency Navajo Fair, Chinle AZ
AUG 25 - Navajo Nation Fair Press Conference, Window Rock AZ
AUG 25 - Tourism Conference , Chinle AZ
AUG 25 - So, You Want to Own Your Own Profitable Business Workshops, Burnham NM
AUG 25 thru 28 - Ramah Navajo Fair and Rodeo, Ramah NM
AUG 26 - Stepping Into Supervision, Window Rock AZ
AUG 26 - Rainwater Harvesting Workshop, Crownpoint NM
AUG 29 - Fundamentals of Great Custmer Service with Communication Skills, Window Rock AZ
AUG 29 - Free Boxgardening Workshop, Crownpoint NM
AUG 30 - Free Composting Workshop, Crownpoint NM
AUG 30 - Restoring and Celebrating Family Wellness Workshop, Sanostee NM
AUG 30 - So, You Want to Own Your Own Profitable Business Workshops, Shiprock NM
AUG 31, SEPT 1 - One Voice Nutrition Educators Conference, Farmington NM
AUG 31 thru SEPT 1 - Integrated Pest Management for Tribal Schools Workshop, Chandler AZ
SEPT 6 thru 11 - Navajo Nation Fair, Window Rock AZ
SEPT 7, 8, 9 - 24th Annual Four Corners Indian Country Conference, Albuquerque NM
SEPT 7 thru 10 - 2016 Miss Navajo Nation Pageant Agenda, Window Rock AZ
SEPT 8 thru 18 - New Mexico State Fair, Albuquerque NM
AUG 14 - Navajo Code Talkers Day, Window Rock AZ
SEPT 8 thru 18 - Utah State Fair, Salt Lake City UT
SEPT 11 - Navajo Code Talker 29Kn10K, Window Rock AZ
SEPT 13, 14 - 4th Annual Partnerships in Community Health Symposium, Church Rock NM
SEPT 14 thru 18 - Utah Navajo Fair, Bluff UT
SEPT 14 thru 18 - Navajo County Fair, Holbrook AZ
DEADLINE: SEPT 15 - Raffle to win 2006 Ninja 250, Gallup NM
SEPT 22 thru 25 - Southwest Navajo Fair and Rodeo, Dilkon AZ
SEPT 25 thru OCT 4 - Northern Navajo Nation Fair, Shiprock NM
OCT 7 thru 30 - Arizona State Fair, Phoenix AZ
OCT 13 thu 16 - Western Navajo Fair and Rodeo, Tuba City AZ
NOV 3 thru 7 - VETERANS WORKING TO BRING THE MOVING WALL TO NAVAJO NATION, Chinle AZ

Vision

Navajo Nation Office of Broadcast Services will inspire and empower the Navajo people through the sacred power of communication. We will be an essential and cultural resource, ensuring and disseminating factual information for the sake of knowledge and intelligence for the Navajo people.

Mission

To always provide public mass communication services to the people of the great Navajo Nation. Creating, producing and distributing culutally-aware programs and services that educate, inform and engage our audiences.

Purpose

The purpose of the Navajo Nation Office of Broadcast Services is to promote the expansion and strengthening of new and existing mass communication services to the Navajo People.

Goals

  1. Produce public information, news educational programs, archival documentation and other media announcements for distribution to area media outlets including but not limited to Audio, Video, Broadband, Internet Webcasting, Photography, Filming.
  2. Develop and implement fee schedules and grant permission to individuals, cinematography matters involving the use of the Nation's resources, citizens, culture and land. However, nothing with the Plan of Operation shall be construed to limit amateur photography of cinematography by other means by journalist members of the press for the use in news account pertaining to the Navajo Nation.
  3. Where requested and appropriate, review materials slated for release or production for cultural accuracy.
  4. Maintain an average of 100 hours of local programming hours, archival video and radio production.
  5. Maintain a revenue stream from video/audio production utilizing digitally enhanced production services.
  6. The issuance of commercial film/photography permits.
  7. Maintain a revenue stream from the number of permits issued.
  8. To adopt and implement phased projects toward digital transition of television and radio.

Services

  1. Production of audio or visual segments for public service announcements, educational announcements, emergencies, public-community project updates, and public health/safety awareness.
  2. An all-Navajo language programming (one bi-lingual).
  3. Loyal network with seven regional radio stations:
    • KABR – Alamo, NM
    • KTDB – Pine Hill, NM
    • KGLP – Gallup, NM
    • KYAT - Gallup, NM  
    • KHAC - Tse Bonito, NM 
    • KWIM - Tse Bonito, NM 
    • KTBA - Tuba City, AZ 
    • KRMH - Red Mesa, AZ 
    • KUYI - Hopi, AZ
    • KXWR - Tsaile, AZ
    • These stations receive our daily broadcast programs in partnership. 

  1. Only we have all-media access to closed Navajo Nation Governmental sessions, i.e. Closed or special council sessions, Presidential/executive addresses, and Judicial sessions. 
  2. Land use permits for commercial filming, photography and cinematography with respect to Navajo Nation resources and culture.
   

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