TULALIP TV is a unique cable channel providing programming to Native households and subscribers to Tulalip Broadband. Programming includes News and Information directed to Tulalip Tribal Members and their families. In addition, there are other Programs of general interest to all Native Americans. Most of the TV programming is culturally or historically based, and all is non-commercial in content.
Some of the current programming titles and Native programming sources are:Tulalip Matters – Tulalip Matters is a news program produced by the Tulalip Tribes Communications Department. Community Meeting – Held on the 4th Thursday of every month, a subject of Tulalip community interest is discussed. NorthWest Indian News – News Magazine show highlighting the successes, events, challenges, people and places in Indian Country around the NorthWest. This show is being seen in millions of households from Alaska to Arizona. Sports – Tulalip Sports, including Boys & Girls Basketball, Heritage Girls Volleyball, Heritage Boys Football, Wrestling and other Sports Tulalip Events – Event oriented programming, such as Tulalip Graduation, the Hotel Groundbreaking, Museum Groundbreaking, Admin Building Groundbreaking, Tulalip Parade, First Salmon Ceremony and much more. Lushootseed Language – The pronunciation and vocabulary of the historical language spoken by members of the Tulalip Tribes. Tulalip History – Video programs highlighting the history, life and accomplishments and activities of Tulalip and it’s people. Discover Tulalip – Talk show style of show, discussing people, events, culture, services, history, issues and more. Native Report – A Production of WDSE-TV Duluth, MN Native Nation Building – A production of Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management and Policy University of Washington Television Native Hawaiin documentaries – Na Maka o ka ‘Aina – “The Eyes of the Land” Native Lens – a production of Longhouse Media Native American Public Telecommunications Cedar Root Television & Film Productions Inc. Written Heritage Books, DVDs and Clothing Patterns First Nations Films Gryphon Productions