Friday, December 09, 2016
 
Announcements
Resources and Development Committee discusses projects and partnerships with the U.S. Army Corps of
Health, Education, and Human Services Committee receives report regarding concerns about the NAAA pr
New Mexico Department of Transportation Unveils Powerful TV Ad to Fight Texting While Driving
Proclamation Domestic Violence Prevention month October 2016
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ SIGN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS PROCLAMATION AT NCAI WITH I
PRESIDENT BEGAYE TO DOI, ‘INDIAN WATER RIGHTS SHOULD BE BASED ON NEED, NOT LIABILITY TO FEDERAL GOVE
President Begaye line item vetoes funds for senior citizens, chapters, grazing officials, and the Le
President Begaye- Line Item Vetoes Executed to Protect Navajo Peoples Voice
Council members join acting Chief Justice Allen Sloan for the opening of the new Supreme Court facil
Law and Order Committee supports increased salary schedule for Navajo police officers
THE ACT OF LINE ITEM VETOING THE FY 2017 COMPREHENSIVE BUDGET WAS TAKEN WITHIN THE JURISDICTION OF N
YAVAPAI REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER TO PAY $5.85 MILLION TO RESOLVE FALSE CLAIMS ALLEGATIONS
President Begaye and Vice President Nez Sign Proclamation Declaring October as Breast Cancer Awarene
Council members participate in Utah Legislature’s Native American Legislative Liaison Committee meet
ARIZONA AGENCIES AWARDED OVER $9 MILLION IN FEDERAL GRANTS TO COMBAT CRIME, ASSIST VICTIMS, AND PROM
GILA RIVER WOMAN SENTENCED TO 8 YEARS FOR DRUG TRAFFICKING
NON-INDIAN MAN FROM TAOS ARRAIGNED ON FEDERAL INDICTMENT ARISING OUT OF ALLEGED ASSAULT ON TWO NATIV
Law and Order Committee to pursue MOA to allow Monument Valley Fire Department to provide services t
Delegate Filfred provides report at the Utah Tribal Leaders Meeting
CROWNPOINT MAN SENTENCED TO MORE THAN 15 YEARS FOR CONVICTION ARISING OUT OF ARMED ASSAULT ON TRIBAL
Historic Diné School Accountability Plan approved
NAVAJO MAN FROM FRUITLAND PLEADS GUILTY TO FEDERAL DRUG TRAFFICKING CHARGE
Resources and Development Committee addresses chapter service boundaries while approving LeChee Chap
Navajo Nation Council and Hopi Tribe commit to making progress with Little Colorado River negotiatio
TOHONO O’ODHAM MAN SENTENCED TO 18 MONTHS FOR CHILD ABUSE
Resources and Development Committee considers extension for proposed alignments for range units in N
NAVAJO MAN FROM NEWCOMB SENTENCED TO TEN YEARS FOR DISCHARGING A FIREARM DURING A CRIME OF VIOLENCE
SHIPROCK MAN SENTENCED TO PRISON FOR FEDERAL ASSAULT CONVICTION
NAVAJO MAN FROM SHIPROCK SENTENCED TO PRISON FOR FEDERAL CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE CONVICTION-- Prosecution
PINON BROTHERS SENTENCED FOR KIDNAPPING AND ASSAULT
Navajo Nation leadership meets with federal OMB officials regarding Navajo Indian Irrigation Project
Law and Order Committee considers Navajo Fire and Rescue budget reallocation
President Begaye Supports Bipartisan Amendment to Expedite Gold King Mine Spill Recovery
Council approves the Navajo Nation’s 2017 Comprehensive Budget
THE NAVAJO NATION SET TO IMPLEMENTS DINÉ EDUCATION ACCOUNTABILITY WORKBOOK
PRESIDENT BEGAYE COMMENDS NAVAJO LAND DEPARTMENT FOR LAUNCHING CLOUD SYSTEM
VICE PRESIDENT NEZ SAYS MOU IS WORKING FOR INDIAN COUNTRY AT VA CONSULTATION MEETING
Navajo Nation Council and Hopi Tribe commit to making progress with Colorado River negotiations
U.S. Sen. Udall meets with Navajo farmers and Navajo leaders
PRESIDENT BEGAYE SIGNS FAA GRANT APPLICATION FOR SHIPROCK AIRPORT RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS
Navajo Nation leadership holds roundtable discussion with the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affair
HOTEVILLA MAN SENTENCED TO TOTAL OF 81 MONTHS FOR STABBING
BLACK MESA MAN SENTENCED TO 26 MONTHS FOR DOMESTIC ASSAULT
Vice President Nez Says 2020 Census Will Be Critical To Funding and Legislative Districting
Health, Education, and Human Services Committee reinstates Equivalency Clause
Navajo Nation Council approves the reallocation of funds for fire and rescue services for Navajo com
Health, Education, and Human Services Committee receives report from Casamero Lake Senior Citizens A
Tribal Nations Agree – There is Historic and Unprecedented Inter-Tribal Support of a Bears Ears Nati
Resources and Development Committee certifies Ramah Navajo Chapter’s Community-Based Land Use Plan
Law and Order Committee continues to push for Navajo police pay raises
Budget and Finance Committee approves sanction on Mariano Lake Chapter
PRESIDENT BEGAYE SIGNS AGREEMENT PUTTING FEE LAND INTO TRUST FOR NDOT FACILITY
COOLIDGE MAN SENTENCED TO 40 MONTHS FOR SEXUALLY ABUSING MINOR VICTIM ON GILA RIVER INDIAN COMMUNITY
The Peoples's (Dine') Navajo Nation Government
7 Navajo Nation Code Courts and Procedure Chapter 3. Judicial Branch
Delegate Yazzie welcomes students to the Navajo Nation Council Chamber
ARIZONA INDIAN TRIBES AND AGENCIES AWARDED OVER $6.8 MILLION IN FEDERAL GRANTS TO ASSIST VICTIMS, PR
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ MEET WITH KEYBANC TO ESTABLISH $100M CREDIT FACILITY FOR THE
Office of Superintendent of Insurance Enforcement Division Targets Auto Crime
NNOPVP FY 2017 Budget Message
OPVP SIGNS HISTORIC THREE-BRANCH AGREEMENT TO CREATE THE NAVAJO NATION AD HOC YOUTH COUNCIL
NMDOT to Unveil Powerful New TV Ad to Combat Drunk Driving
Parade Press Release Be Safe at the Navajo Nation Fair
Delegate Tso attends Tó Nanees Dizi senior citizens center dedication ceremony
NAVAJO NATION AWARDED OVER $18M IN 638 FUNDS TO GO TOWARD HEALTH SERVICE FACILITIES
Law and Order Committee receives report on public safety issues in Alamo and Tohajiilee
Governor Susana Martinez Announces Powerful TV Ad to Combat Drunk Driving
Interim delegate to be sworn-in
State Releases New Top 10 Most Wanted List of DWI Fugitives
DEPARTMENT OF DINE EDUCATION HOLDS A TWO-DAY CONFERENCE
Commissioner Lovejoy & Staff Meet With Navajo Nation Regulatory Official to Share Resources
PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ RAISE NAVAJO NATION FLAG AT DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE BLOCKADE
NTEC presents information opening $200k in community grants
OPVP EXTEND CONDOLENCES TO LEVIER FAMILY, EMPHASIZE SAFETY IN FLOOD CONDITIONS TO ALL NAVAJO AGENCIE
Open Enrollment, Colonial Flyer NEW POLICY for PARENTS 2016
NTEC and Mine Operator BHP Win Top Award for Reclamation Project at Navajo Mine
Naabik’iyátí’ Committee considers supplemental funding for a new Tó Nanees Dizi senior citizens cent
President Begaye applauds resolution that addresses international trafficking of Native American cul
NAVAJO MAN SENTENCED TO 19 YEARS FOR CHILD MOLESTATION
Window Rock Police District Escort Request form
Tséhootsooí Medical Center encourages communities to become aware of Zika Virus and Prevention
Tséhootsooí Medical Center encourages communities to become aware of Hantavirus and the symptoms
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
National Cancer Awarness Calender
National Ribbon Awareness Months
Navajo Nation weekly Council Meetings
Window Rock Fitness Schedule 2016
OCT 6 thru NOV 1 - NHA DOG AND CAT VACCINATIONS, Navajo Nation
OCT 17 thru 21 - NNC Fall Session, Window Rock AZ
OCT 17 thru 31 - NPD Employment Opportunity Recruiting Announcement, Navajo Nation
OCT 18 - Health Fair, Torreon NM
OCT 19 - Dine' Nation Little League Board Election Meeting, Ft Defiance AZ
OCT 20 - Dine bi’ Azee doo Dine bi' ch'iyaan bahane' Conference, Twin Arrows AZ
OCT 21 - TIP A COP 2016, Window Rock AZ
OCT 22 - Girl Scouts Driving My Financial Future, Pinon AZ
OCT 25 - Free New Overtime Provision Workshop, Gallup NM
OCT 27 - Trick or Treat Fall Event, Crownpoint NM
OCT 28 -Youth Mental Health First Aid, Farmington NM
OCT 28 - Tohatchi Elementary School Red Ribbon Week, Tohatchi NM
NOV 3 thru 7 - VETERANS WORKING TO BRING THE MOVING WALL TO NAVAJO NATION, Chinle AZ
NOV 8 thru 10 - Fatherhood is Sacred and Motherhood is Sacred, Mesa AZ
NOV 6 - Fall Backward, Daylight Savings Time Ends
NOV 17 - NaaBaaHii Bi Style BeeHaz'aanii MMXVI Expose, Nashitti NM
NOV 18 - Christmas Tree Lighting event, Tuba City AZ
NOV 18 -Youth Mental Health First Aid, Farmington NM
NOV 19 - 2nd Annual Second Street Arts Festival, Gallup NM

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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