Listen to Native Radio Stations
Listen to great Native American programming on these different online radio stations:
- KCNP - www.kcnpradio.org
- KGVA - www.kgvafm.org
- KILI - www.kiliradio.org
- KNBA - www.knba.org
- KSUT - www.ksut.org
- KTDB - www.ktdbfm.com
- Native Voice One - www.nv1.org
- WOJB - www.wojb.org
- Listen to Native Sounds - Native Voices every Thursday morning 8-10am CT on www.kzum.org
- Listen to The Drum every Sunday night from 6:30-8pm CT at www.kzum.org
Since 1997, Native American Public Telecommunications, Inc. (NAPT), the non-profit parent organization for AIROS Audio, has been streaming Native American programming over the Internet via a 24/7 live webstream. Through a partnership with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Institute of Agricultural and Natural Resources, NAPT has been able to provide this service at a reasonable cost to the organization.
On December 31, 2010, at noon CST, the AIROS 24/7 live webstream will sign-off. AIROS Audio will continue to feature downloadable podcasts.
"With the number of podcast downloads on the rise for NAPT's AIROS Audio and our renewed focus, NAPT embarks on a new pathway in 2011. Expect a wonderful array of brand new AIROS Audio podcasts highlighting a new look and fee," explained NAPT Marketing Director Jessica Kinser.
Listeners who have made the AIROS live webstream a part of their lives will undoubtedly feel a void. To remedy this, NAPT recommends our fellow Native radio companions for live Native music. Please visit www.airos.org/streams for a full directory of Native live webstreams.
"NAPT's AIROS Audio sends out a huge heartfelt thank you to all of our many listeners over the years--past, present and future--for their support," stated NAPT Assistant Director Georgiana Lee (Navajo).