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Communication Services on the Navajo Nation


The Navajo Nation has a variety of communication mechanisms including:

Radio Stations
KTNN Radio Station Enterprise (KTNN) is a 50,000 watt, AM clear channel, commercial radio broadcast operation licensed to the Navajo Nation by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). KTNN operates at AM frequency 660.

KWRK-96.1 FM – in affiliation with KTNN. The 100,000 watt signal reach for KWRK FM is a 70-mile radius encompassing communities from Ganado, Houck, Window Rock, Fort Defiance, Sheep Springs, and Gallup. For more information:

KTNN/KWRK Navajo Nation Radio
Box 2569
Window Rock Shopping Center
Window Rock, AZ 86515

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Newspapers

The Navajo Times publishes a weekly newspaper on the reservation and is the largest Native American-owned newspaper in the world. Additionally, The Gallup Independent, Arizona Republic, Albuquerque Journal, and area town newspapers also circulate within the Navajo Nation. For further information contact:

The Navajo Times
PO Box 310
Window Rock, AZ 86515-0310
Phone (928) 871-6641/6642

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Television
Navajo Nation TV-5 is a public television station. Cable television is available in many communities and satellite TV has become a part of the community as well.

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