Saturday, April 18, 2015
President Shelly, Vice President Jim take oath of office
Delegates advocate for issues and funding at Arizona State Capitol
Agreement reached to provide stability within the Office of the President
Naabík’iyáti’ Committee unanimously recommends changes to Arizona Liquor Law Statutes
Statement from Council Delegate LoRenzo Bates
Council Delegates take members of the U.S. House Appropriations Committee on tour of areas affected
President Shelly meets with Congressional delegation, discusses ONHIR
LoRenzo Bates named Speaker of the 23rd Navajo Nation Council
Office of the Speaker - 2015 Winter Session Report
Navajo Nation begins drawdown of $1.2 billion Tronox settlement
President Shelly meets with Council to iron out letter of agreement
Local planning group gathers to bring awareness and prevention of Teen dating Violence
Ole Red Barn owner receives slap on the hand at sentencing hearing for felony drug charges
Ole Red Barn owner receives slap on the hand at sentencing hearing for felony drug charges
Resources and Development Committee approves report regarding the status of 16 Administrative Servic
23rd Navajo Nation Council to take oath of office at inauguration ceremony
President Shelly attends Indian at Santa Fe, shares issues facing Nation
Council members meet with New Mexico State leaders
Free Tax Prep, Navajo Nation
President Shelly lauds building renovations, tours facility
Navajo Nation Council unanimously and without a doubt confirmed Dr. Tommy Lewis, Jr., as the Superin
Budget and Finance Committee approves purchase card policy for Navajo Nation employees and officials
Transfer of liquor licenses for Ole Red Barn and Lee’s Liquor denied
Resolution calling for a new presidential election signed into law
President Shelly signs into law special run off election, NBOES pardon
Resources and Development Committee approves report regarding the status of 16 Administrative Servic
President Shelly, Vice President Jim take oath of office
President Shelly approves $8.3 million in supplemental appropriations
President Shelly vetoes amending fluency requirements for election code
President Shelly approves FTA grant and purchase of allotment land
Controller Mark Grant submits resignation notice
Council resolution calling for a new presidential election to be sent to President Shelly for consid
National Indian education leaders view Navajo housing documentary
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
National Awareness Calender 2014
National Cancer Awarness Calender
National Ribbon Awareness Months
APR 6 - Navajo Nation Council Meetings
APRIL Window Rock Fitness Schedule 2015
JAN 15 - JUN 20 - 40 Years with the Navajo Pt1; JUN 25 - JAN 30 2016 - 40 Years with the Navajo Pt2
JAN 24 thru May 27 - UNM Gallup OSHA Trainings, Gallup NM
FEB 18 thru MAY 13 - KOMI '2015, Ft Defiance Agency
APR 8 - Four Corners Career Expo, Farmington NM
APR 9 - 5th Annual NNBOD, Window Rock AZ
APR 9, 10, 16, 17 - Equine Spring Special, Crownpoint NM
DEADLINE: APR 10 - Navajo Nation Water Rights Commission Chinle Agency Vacancy Announcement
APR 13 - Native Women in the Workplace Seminar, Window Rock AZ
APR 15 - FTF Parent Caregiver Early Childhood Workshop, Tuba City AZ
APR 17 - Financial Literacy Class, Tse Bonito NM
DEADLINE: APR 17: APR 23 - 9th Annual Native American Career Fair, Albuquerque NM
APR 23 thru 25 - 2015 Gathering of Nations, Albuquerque NM
APR 25 - Calvin Terrell Engaging Communities Empowering Victims, Flagstaff AZ
APR 25, JUL 25, OCT 24 Chinle Agency Half Marathon Chinle 2015
APR 28 thru 29 - Youth Conference, Farmington NM


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.


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.


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.


  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.


  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 
    • 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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