Searching for a Free Press in Indian Country: Are tribally controlled media watchdogs or lap dogs?

May 15th, 1994 | By | Category: 6-1: Media and Information, Features
By Sherrole Benton

Too many tribal governments do not support a free press, argues Sherrole Benton. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting can be a model for tribes seeking publicly funded, yet editorially independent media. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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