Presentation on theme: "What is the Role of Public Media What is the Role of Public Media Oklahoma Native Media Summit Candice Mendez, NPM Executive Assistant."— Presentation transcript:
What is the Role of Public Media What is the Role of Public Media Oklahoma Native Media Summit Candice Mendez, NPM Executive Assistant
Overall findings of 2013 Native Radio Survey The hallmark of the native radio system is localism and diversity in programming Data indicates that local programming is extremely important to Native stations
Who participated in the survey? 42 out of 53 Stations completed survey Online survey created and administered in Survey Monkey 28 questions grouped into: Internet Usage Programming Regulatory Compliance General questions
Native Stations are bastions of localism Figure 7: Local Programming More than 75% of the stations air local news A whopping 90% talked about their community calendar and more than 70% aired Tribal specific programming. The 2012 found 89% of stations airing local programing, while this year that number would be 100%.
LOCAL PROGRAM PRODUCTION Figure 8: Creation of local programming 93% of the stations or 38 out of 42 are producing local content. Stations are producing cultural programs with 17 of the 42 stations reporting they produce some sort of cultural programming Ten stations are producing Native language programming and 7 are producing health programs. Five stations are producing youth programs or involving youth in creating those programs.
SHARING PROGRAM CONTENT Nearly half or 49% of the stations surveyed reported sharing the content they produce locally. Stations indicate that they mostly share with their sister stations or other Native stations (7). Other places they share content include: other local stations including NPR stations, PRX, APRN, and NV1.
Tribal Stations: Main Transmitter of Election Information 86% are broadcasting Tribal Election information Tribal election results Encouraging Tribal members to exercise their voting privileges 81% are broadcasting state and county election results
TRIBAL LANGUAGE: Unique Feature of Tribal Radio Stations Figure 11: Broadcast in Tribal languages 24 stations broadcast in a tribal language or 57%
Does Your Station Collaborate with Your Tribal Newspaper? Stations that collaborate with their newspaper: KYNR, KIDE, KEYA, KGHR, KWSO, KCNP, KWRR, KAHU, KOHN, KRMH, & KMHA
Role of Public Media in Oklahoma Oklahoma Native Media Summit Brian Brashier, KCNP Chickasaw Radio Station Manager