Ed Hall, Tina Osceola and Haida designer Dorothy Grant present Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Tex Hall and Crow Nation Secretary Scott Russell with custom shirts to acknowledge their efforts to create jobs in Indian Country through tourism.
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FNX has established a partnership with the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association to help Native Nations tell their own stories. For more on AIANTA, go to: http://www.aianta.org/
FT. MCDOWELL YAVAPAI NATION, Ariz. -- Tina Osceola, president of the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA), urged delegates at the Association’s 13th Annual American Indian Tourism Conference to set the stage as leaders in the national tourism industry.
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Welcome to FNX: First Nations Experience Television!Today we made history with the launch of FNX, a TV channel dedicated to Native people and our cultures, events and news.We’ll be sharing authentic voices and stories reflecting the reality of the Native American experience and that of indigenous peoples worldwide.
More than 4,600 firefighters continue to fight the Wallow fire in eastern Arizona and western New Mexico. It has become the largest wildfire the state of Arizona has ever seen, spreading across 811 square miles.
Forest Service officials believe the source of the blaze was an unattended campfire on May 29 in a heavily wooded area near the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation.
FNX Executive Director Charles Fox, San Manuel Vice Chairwoman Lynn Valbuena, FNX Operating Board Chairman Tim Johnson and President/CEO of KVCR/FNX Larry Ciecalone counting down to pressing the button that launched FNX on the air.
FNX Executive Director Charles Fox, San Manuel Vice Chairwoman Lynn Valbuena, FNX Operating Board Chairman Tim Johnson, and KVCR/FNX President/CEO Larry Ciecalone push the button that launched the first all-Native television channel in the United States.
SAN BERNARDINO - The country's first Native American television network went on the air this week, fulfilling a dream the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and San Bernardino-based KVCR television have been working toward for years.
First Nation Experience TV - which shows documentaries, news and other programs focusing on Native American culture around the clock - turned out to be the dream of so many others that it needed to be almost instantly expanded, said KVCR President and CEO Larry Ciecalone.