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A hallmark of our  Station Support Program is our annual Native Broadcast Summit, which convenes the largest gathering of Tribal broadcasters and media serving Indian Country. 

Our 2023 Summit was held at the Hyatt Regency Downtown Phoenix in Phoenix, Arizona. This year's theme was "Celebrating Over 50 Years of Broadcasting in Indian Country". Native American radio stations have a long history dating back to the 1970s when the first stations were established on reservations. Today, there are 57 Native American radio stations broadcasting across the United States, providing news, stories, music, cultural programs, and customary information. These stations are critical in bridging the communication gap between Tribal members and their communities, as well as providing a vital service during times of emergency.

Our Summit featured networking opportunities, sessions, and speakers that:

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