Native American Public Telecommunications



Warrior Radio Continues (10/26/00)

Date of this Version

October 2000


Low-power FM radio stations are at the center of a debate within the FCC. Some feel that it will simply clutter the airwaves, while others believe it will give historically voiceless communities access to a vital information device - radio. Many cultural groups believe a radio station of their own could help save their languages and cultures. NAC director Joe Leon travels to the island of Tahiti to help set up a radio station where the local people will broadcast in their own language for the first time ever.

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