Native Voice TV
across ‘Native America‘
Native Voice TV programming has broaden its viewership to 120 million Aldephia, Century Link, Charter, Charter Spectrum, Comcast, Cox, Direct TV, Dish Network, Mid-Continent Communications, PBS, Oceanic Time Warner, Suddenlink and Verison Fios Cable, Direct and Antenna air subscriber households in eighteen (18) states (Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Utah, Vermont and Wyoming) including eastern Ontario, Canada.
Native Voice TV airs livestream in five counties (Monterey; Omaha, NE; Palo Alto; Santa Clara and Santa Cruz) and offers video on demand on this website. Native Voice TV programs are also being aired through AT&T U-Verse on Channel 99 – Public, Education and Government (20 states and 589 cities: Click Link for your State and City and Click Link for the Broadband, U-verse® Subscribers TV provider in the U.S. 16.5 million AT&T broadband connections in service).
Native Voice TV is providing weekly (half – hour) television programs throughout ‘Native America’ focusing on the culture and traditions of ‘Indigenous‘ peoples. Native Voice TV seeks to provide a voice for ‘Indigenous‘ people to tell of their struggles and injustices, bring joy and laughter that are often ignored by the mainstream media.