Native Public Media calling for 2020 Native Broadcast Summit proposals

The 2020 Native Broadcast Summit will be held at the Residence Inn by Marriott – Phoenix Downtown on April 29th and 30th. The Summit supports capacity building and professional development specifically for broadcasters and media makers serving Indian Country through skill building sessions, by providing space for meaningful discussions and networking opportunities, and presentations on … More Native Public Media calling for 2020 Native Broadcast Summit proposals

Support NAJA by shopping with AmazonSmile this holiday season

Broaden your giving at no extra charge to you! When you shop with AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the Native American Journalists Association. Your support will go towards NAJA programming such as: – The Red Press Initiative supporting free press in Indian Country. – The Native American Journalism Fellowship targeted at advancing young Indigenous journalists and increasing Indigenous representation in mainstream newsrooms … More Support NAJA by shopping with AmazonSmile this holiday season

NAJA calls for second apology and audit of New York Times story

Aboriginal Peoples Television Network reporting reveals ethics violations  NORMAN, Oklahoma — Earlier this month, officers with the Native American Journalists Association met with the New York Times editorial team to discuss concerns about the recent feature story, “Drawn From Poverty: Art Was Supposed to Save Canada’s Inuit. It Hasn’t.” by Catherine Porter. The story focuses … More NAJA calls for second apology and audit of New York Times story

Collaborative reporting grants announced for OKC-area media

Thanks to support from Ethics & Excellence in Journalism Foundation, up to five collaborative projects will be funded One of the things the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University has found through its work studying collaborative journalism is that small, one-time collaborative reporting projects are essential to the overall growth and development of healthy news ecosystems. Not only do … More Collaborative reporting grants announced for OKC-area media

NAJA partners with Mathison to connect employers with members

New platform to help increase Indigenous representation in mainstream newsrooms  NORMAN, Oklahoma — The Native American Journalists Association announced a new partnership with Mathison to expand job opportunities for members. With support from the Knight Foundation, the project aims to increase career opportunities for underserved communities while helping employers build a more inclusive hiring process. Through the … More NAJA partners with Mathison to connect employers with members

NAJA calls for audit on New York Times story

The Native American Journalists Association is calling on the New York Times to provide an audit on how its story titled “Drawn From Poverty: Art Was Supposed to Save Canada’s Inuit. It Hasn’t.” was published. The article, by Catherine Porter, is harmful to Inuit and needs to be addressed. It is a journalist’s duty to … More NAJA calls for audit on New York Times story