Exciting basketball action is on the air, with KTNN Sports Announcer LA Williams. Congratulations to all the teams who advanced in the Division III State Championship Tournament. Get Your Brackets Here:Division III: Boys | GirlsDivision IV: Boys | GirlsBroadcast Sponsors: Bashas Dine Markets Navajo Nation Shopping Centers, Inc. Frontier Communication Tse Bonito Dental Clinic Choice Wireless Tates Auto Center and Native Broadcast Enterprise.
Tee Off This Spring at the 2nd Annual KTNN & KWRK Golf Tournament Saturday, April 11th. Join us on the Champions Course at TPC Scottsdale. The tournament proceeds will benefit college scholarships for Native American students.
Sponsors: Native Innovations Inc., Navajo Arts & Crafts Enterprise, LAM Corporation and your Native Broadcast Enterprise Stations.
Download the New Navajo Keyboard.The Navajo Keyboard makes it convenient for users to type in Navajo and removes many of the frustrations that users have with typing Navajo using the default iPhone keyboard.
On the season premiere of Party Down South, the family gets back together again. This time, they travel to Biloxi, Mississippi, to party harder than ever before. Once they all arrive at the house, it’s on. Daddy and Tiffany get down to business by first funneling beers together, which leads to some major flirting. Daddy... Read more »
Twenty five years ago, Alan Jackson’s Here in the Real World was released on Feb. 27. It was his first major label album. On Friday (also Feb. 27), he will celebrate that anniversary when he plays at the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles. Brandy Clark and Jon Pardi will open the show. Jackson... Read more »
There’s a teeny pounding in my head this morning, but who do I blame for this Southern Comfort-induced pain — Dierks Bentley or Douglas Douglason, his ‘90s-inspired alter ego who’s the lead singer of the burgeoning country supergroup Hot Country Knights? Wednesday night (Feb. 25), Bentley, along with his real band and a few magical... Read more »
Established as a Navajo Nation Enterprise in 1985, KTNN® is a commercial station that provides information and entertainment to the largest Native American Tribe in the United States. Our first broadcast was in February 1986. At that time former-President George H. Bush addressed the Navajo People and stated, the Navajo Nation has received the last granted 50,000 Watt license, KTNN AM-660®.
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