NorthWest Indian News

 
 



Empowerment in the mainstream media

Issues and events important to Indian people are now being seen and heard on NorthWest Indian News (NWIN). The NWIN television news stories are currently being broadcast into more than 50 million households throughout the

United States and Canada.


Relevance to a worldwide audience

NWIN programs are designed to be relevant to viewers of all age ranges and backgrounds for many years after they are first released. As a result, the very first NWIN program, produced in March of 2003, is still being used as curriculum in public schools and is being broadcast on various television networks, in rotation, along with more recent NWIN episodes. Plans are underway to share NWIN programs with European and Asian audiences in the near future.


Jobs for Tribal members

NWIN provides ‘on the job training’ and employment for tribal members in a non-traditional industry. The following is a list of enrolled tribal members now working as television reporters, producers, photographers and production assistants:


Current NorthWest Indian News staff including tribal/band affiliation:

Reporters: Chenoa Egawa, Lummi; Ronnie Washines, Yakama; Mystique Hurtado, Skokomish / Hupa; Deborah Parker, Tulalip; Doreen Manuel, Secwepemc / Ktunuxa; Morgan Howard, Tlingit; Frank Moxley, Puyallup; Niki Cleary, Tulalip; Fredrick Lane, Lummi; Gene Tagaban, Tlingit; Jeremiah George, Squaxin Island; Jason Roberts, Makah; Mary Kim Titla, San Carlos Apache.

Producer / Photographers: Mark Anderson, Cowlitz; Morgan Howard, Tlingit; Harold Joe, Cowichan.

Production Assistants: Alejandro Mitchell, Navajo, Nitz Hurtado, Skokomish / Hupa.


NWIN is a positive voice for Indian people in the mainstream media.

NWIN is an effective way to inform the world about issues and events important to Native people.

NWIN provides employment in the broadcast industry for Tribal members.

NorthWest Indian News is a positive voice for Indian people