NV1 invites stations and listeners to experience an unparalleled lineup of new programs, opening a gateway to Native American voices, stories, and perspectives. Join us on this exciting broadcasting journey starting July 1, 2023, joining our catalogue of programs that captivate and enrich the airwaves with engaging content.
Anonymous Eskimo Project
Host Ralph Sara (Yup’ik) delves into the deeply personal topics of substance abuse recovery and mental health in this compelling half-hour weekly show, providing support and raising awareness in Indigenous communities and beyond.
Like It Is
Dr. Robert A. Franklin presents this thought-provoking half-hour program that engage listeners with thought-provoking conversations and storytelling about HOW people can make a positive difference in their communities. Each week explores how engagement and possible solutions can occur when stories intentionally feature diverse, relatable people and localized information.
Julian Taylor’s Jukebox
Award-winning artist Julian Taylor (Mohawk) takes listeners on a genre-defying musical experience in this three-hour weekly mix, focusing on BIPOC and independent artists like himself. “On my show, listeners can expect to hear what I would play them if we were hanging out at my place,” Taylor explains. “It’s all-inclusive, and I’ll be spinning stuff that I love to listen to.”
The Mainstream with Brett Maybee
Host Brett Maybee (Seneca) curates a three-hour daily program that explores the best recorded music of yesterday and today. Safe enough to play at work, but daring enough to never get bored, Brett draws upon his love of all music to create the very best listening experience.