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Frank Blythe and Ron Hull recall Vision Maker Media's creation of the satellite radio programs AIROS and Native America Calling.
Find out how NAPBC (now Vision Maker Media) came to be located in Nebraska.
Frank Blythe and Ron Hull reminisce about Vision Maker Media's progression from a start-up organization into a major Public Broadcasting provider.
Former Vision Maker Media Executive Director Frank Blythe (Cherokee/Dakota) and Vision Maker Media Founding Board Member, Ron Hull, discuss the future of public broadcasting, and why it is more important than ever.
Vision Maker Media Founding Executive Director, Frank Blythe (Cherokee/Dakota), and Vision Maker Media Founding Board Member, Ron Hull, take a stroll down memory lane and discuss the formation of Vision Maker Media.
Former Vision Maker Media Executive Director Frank Blythe (Cherokee/Dakota) and Vision Maker Media Founding Board Member, Ron Hull, recall how and why Vision Maker Media's production fund was created.

The Traditional Native American Farmers Association along with countless others are fighting to keep traditional farming alive throughout native communities.

Six years ago Native voters helped elect Jon Tester to the U.S. Senate and four years ago they elected Denise Juneau to run the state's school system.
Allison Aldridge-Saur talks about how web teams should never say to themselves when designing "Everyone knows that."
Dean Davis of the Center for Rural Strategies shares his concerns about communities just coming online.
The panel wraps up their discussion by answering the question of what has surprised them when working with rural communities new to the Internet.
Dee Davis of the Center for Rural Strategies talks about how broadband in rural communities can make a difference in healthcare.

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