Tuesday, February 09, 2016
 
Announcements
Rock Point Community School Operating with Full Control and Authority
Navajo Nation Confirms First Hantavirus Death of 2016
Budget and Finance Committee begin addressing potential budget shortfalls based on revenue projectio
President Begaye pushes to modernize the tribal-federal relationship
NAVAJO NATION-A WINDOW OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES
Embrace Mother Nature to Get Fit
Initial expenditure plan for $554 million settlement funds focuses on water projects for Navajo comm
JAN 23 - OPEN CASTING CALL for FEATURE FILM, Farmington NM
Resources and Development Committee approves Navajo Nation business license regulations
GANG MEMBER SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR MURDER OF TRIBAL POLICE OFFICER
January is National Radon Action Month and we're disseminating information about Radon
PUBLIC HEARINGS PUSH VETERAN CONCERNS AND APPROVAL OF VETERANS ACT
Navajo among 26 tribes to participate in HUD Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing Program
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ HONOR THE VOICES OF THE NAVAJO PEOPLE
Presidential override fails to garner enough support from Council
Budget Befuddlement St. Michaels Chapter approves wrong carryover budget
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ AFFIRM THE VOICE OF THE NAVAJO PEOPLE IN CONTINUING TO SUPPO
Mr. Arlando S. Teller Appointed to Arizona Transportation Board
Thoreau Chapter distributes toys to local youth
Special Session called to consider override of presidential veto
Navajo Nation’s 110 Chapters encouraged to utilize funds in preparation for possible emergencies
Law and Order Committee recommends approval of funds to assist in completion of facilities for the J
NAVAJO STUDENTS AMONG GRADUATES AT FORT LEWIS COLLEGE’S WINTER 2015 COMMENCEMENT
NTEC moves forward with power plant ownership option
Delegates remain open to compromise over line-item veto authority despite President Begaye’s failure
Delegate Brown continues to advocate for suicide awareness through the Building Communities of Hope
President Begaye attempts to redefine the voice of the people through line-item veto authority
FEDERAL COURT FINDS SAN JUAN COUNTY IN VIOLATION OF NAVAJO NATION CITIZENS’ CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
Health, Education, and Human Services Committee receives report regarding medical transport companie
Council Moves to Override Voice of the People In Challenging Line-Item Veto Authority
PRC Vice Chair Lovejoy Announces Vote on San Juan Abandonment Case
Commissioners Adopt Final Order in San Juan Case, Approving PNM’s Application to Abandon Two Units
PRESIDENT BEGAYE SAYS SEPARATING NAVAJO CHILDREN FROM THEIR PARENTS AND FAMILIES IS DEVASTATING
Concilio CDS Inc - Making a Difference in Our Community
Council members address the impacts of the Indian Child Welfare Act on the Navajo Nation
Speaker Bates and Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission issue statement regarding guilty verdict in
Law and Order Committee recommends permanent appointment of Leonard R. Livingston as District Court
Navajo Nation supports Congressional bills reaffirming the authority of the secretary of the Interi
Council identifies action plan to address Former Bennett Freeze Area, budget formulations, and other
DSR, Helping their Customers Cover Winter Costs.
CASTING CALL DEADLINE DECE 8 - Searching for several Navajo characters for feature film.
Adopt a Grandparent for Christmas
DSR opens new office in Farmington, NM
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ SIGN PROCLAMATION DECLARING THIRD WEEK OF DECEMBER AS SUICID
PRESIDENT BEGAYE ADVOCATED FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION
Naabik’iyátí’ Committee unanimously supports the completion of Navajo Indian Irrigation Project for
DEADLINE DECE 18 - 2015 NN Keep our elders warm coat drive
Executive Order No. 03-2015
Navajo Nation’s Three Branches move forward with BIA and IHS budgets
Navajo Nations Three Branches move forward with BIA and IHS budgets
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ SIGN EXECUTIVE ORDER LAUNCHING SUICIDE PREVENTION INITIATIVE
NAVAJO NATION PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ BEGIN BUILDING COMMUNITIES OF HO
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ ENCOURAGE FAMILIES TO EMBRACE K’E AND HOZHO DURING THE THANK
NACC SELECTED AS POTENTIAL OPERATORS OF NAVAJO NATION BHP MINE
Speaker Bates advocates for Navajo issues at Congressional level
Delegates urge federal officials to fund the completion of Navajo Indian Irrigation Project for Nava
VICE PRESIDENT NEZ CALLS FOR MORE ATTENTION TO EXISTING NAVAJO ISSUES IN MEETING WITH SECRETARY JEWE
Exercising Caution and Awareness Due to Recent Terrorist Activity
PRESIDENT BEGAYE STATEMENT ON COLORADO OFFICIALS DISPUTING EPA CLAIMS
NAVAJO NATION ENTERS A NEW DAWN OF LEVERAGING FINANCIAL ASSETS
Delegates discuss federal Indian policy with Columbia University law students
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ THANK FORMER NAPI CEO TSOSIE LEWIS FOR HIS SERVICE
Health, Education, and Human Services Committee receives update report regarding Navajo Veterans hou
NTUA Salute to Veterans
Teesto community celebrates approval of funding for new chapter facility
TEESTO LEADERS SAY PRESIDENT BEGAYE KEPT HIS WORD
PRESIDENT BEGAYE VETOS $20M AIRCRAFT LOAN LEGISLATION
HELP LISA come home: Electricity for Lisa Teller, 1 year old - GoFundMe
Budget and Finance Committee begins addressing Council’s directive regarding insurance coverage of N
Mariano Lake Community School Bus Routes and Why Children are not in School
Thematic hearing to protect Indigenous Cultural and Religious Rights was granted in Washington, D.C.
Navajo Parks and Recreation Promoting Health and Fitness
NAVAJO NATION SUPREME COURT RELEASES COMPILATION OF OPINIONS
JOB ANNOUCEMENT Temporary Employment, Corrections Officer, Navajo Nation
Council members attend signing ceremony for educational funding bills that may benefit Navajo studen
Growing Recycling Businesses in New Mexico Presentation in Gallup
What you should know for the 2015-2016 influenza season
Disaster, Destress Helpline
What is Vesicular Stomatitis 2015
Do You Know Your Rights When Your Car Gets Towed
What is the Navajo FVRx Program
Voleenteers needed - The Native American Disability Law Center
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 2015
JAN 21 thru FEB 25 - Free Parenting Classes, Ft Defiance AZ
FEB 2, FEB 4 - ACYF Tribal Cosultation Discussion 888-324-1348 Passcode 7871494
FEB 5 - 2016 NM American Indian Day at the Legislature, Santa Fe NM
FEB 5 - Chinle Community Conversations, Chinle AZ
FEB 6 - Song and Dance, Many Farms AZ
FEB 6 - NNYC Formation Meeting, Ganado AZ
FEB 6 - Little Colorado River Half Marathon, Co
FEB 7 - Watch 50th Superbowl at WR Goen Cinema, Window Rock AZ
FEB 8 - Radon & Open Burning Regulations, Rock Point AZ
FEB 11 - Public Meeting on Range Rehabilitation Plans, Nashitti NM
FEB 13 - Dan Akee Volunteer Appriciation, Tuba City AZ
FEB 17 thru 19 - PAC Work Session, Nashitti NM
FEB 18 - Navajo Traditional Food Workshop, Window Rock AZ
FEB 23, 24, 25 - 2016 Navajo Nation Science Fair, Church Rock NM
FEB 23 thru 25 - ARIZONA INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT, Mesa AZ
FEB 24 - Teen Health fair, Window Rock AZ
FEB 26 - Speaking, Writing and Interacting for Better Communication, Window Rock AZ
MAR 16 - Navajo Traditional Food Workshop, Crownpoint NM
MAR 21 thru 24 - (RES) Reservation Economic Summit, Las Vegas NV
APR 11 thru 14 - 2016 Navajo Nation Economic Summit, Twin Arrows 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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