Greetings and Welcome to First Nations Broadcasting providing a Native Voice
to the Great White North.
First Nations Broadcasting Broadcasts Native American Music and News from
our studios here at the Snowdove Lodge located in Uganik Alaska, and transmits on
a frequency of 99.1 FM LPFM --
First Nations Broadcasting broadcasts on the North end of Kodiak, Island Alaska serving
the communities of Port Lyons, Uganik, and the Karluk Indian Reservation including mariners
off of the Kodiak Island coast. Programming consists of Native News from various sources,
CBC News, Local News and local programming including relays of Alaska Public Radio and
music programs both local and abroad on weekends we also air oldies from our sister station
Rock-it Radio from Post Falls, Idaho USA.
Due to budget and time restraints First Nations Broadcasting no longer streams online at the
moment - but we have pasted some of the links of where our broadcasting derives.
If you are familiar with First Nations Broadcasting you should know Debbie Snowdove will
once again be covering the Iditarod as she has for the past 9 years on First Nations broadcasting. Also, here are some links
to help you understand and follow the Great sport of dogsledding... there is not another
sport like it in the world -- where man and dog compete against the harshest terrains known to mankind!