Community News Sources


KSUT Tribal Radio

  • 91.3 FM Ignacio, Colorado; Southern Ute; Jicarilla Apache lands
  • 100.9 FM Towaoc, Colorado; Ute Mountain Ute; Navajo Tribal lands
  • 89.7 FM Farmington, New Mexico; Navajo Tribal lands
  • KSUT Tribal Radio's terrestrial signal reaches over 30,000 listeners and Native communities living outside of the Southern Ute reservation including the Navajo and Jicarilla Nations of Northern New Mexico, as well as the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe of Southwest Colorado.

The Indigiverse on Satellite Network

  • Vision Maker Media shares Native stories with the world that represent the cultures, experiences, and values of American Indians and Alaska Natives

Indian Voices Program

  • KGNU FM 88.5 & 1390 AM - Boulder & Denver
  • Airs Sunday afternoon from 3pm - 4pm
  • Listen online

Native Radio

  • Your portal to the beauty and mystery of Native American music
  • Music is streamed in high quality Mp3 and Microsoft audio formats

Newsletters and Magazines

American Indian 

  • Quarterly magazine from the Smithsonian Institute National Museum of the American Indian

Native Peoples Magazine



  • The mission of Indianz.Com is to provide you with quality news, information, and entertainment from a Native American perspective
  • Every weekday, Indianz.Com publishes two to three features on news-worthy issues and/or other topics of interest

Native News Online

  • Native News Online delivers important daily news that affects the lives of Native Americans nationwide. Founded in 2011, Native News Online reaches millions of Native and non-Native readers annually including American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and others interested in Native American concerns.

Navajo Times

  • The Navajo Times Publishing Co., Inc. is a for-profit corporation organized under the laws of the Navajo Nation

Native American Times

  • Today's Independent Indian News

The Native Press

Native Public Media

The Southern Ute Drum

  • The Southern Ute Drum is the Southern Ute Indian Tribe's biweekly community newspaper


  • Windspeaker—which celebrated four decades of publishing in March 2023—is owned and operated by the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta.
  • Each year, Windspeaker.com publishes hundreds of news articles focused on Indigenous peoples, their issues and concerns, and the work they are undertaking to build a better future for themselves, their children and the children as yet unborn.

The Cortez Journal

The Durango Herald