The department has evolved into Mvskoke Media, a multimedia arm providing information through print, radio, television and printing services to better serve the nation's citizens.
By Karen Shade
Along with a graphics and printing services division, the three programs that make up Mvskoke Media push to provide news and information to all segments of the tribe’s population.
“We encompass all forms of media for the tribe,” said Christina Good Voice, Mvskoke Media manager. Formerly the multimedia editor for the Cherokee Phoenix, she was recruited by Muscogee (Creek) Nation Principal Chief George Tiger.
For many years, the Muscogee Nation had a communications department that was a catch-all for many functions--from public relations to newspaper production to audio-visual tech services. In July, the communications department evolved into Mvskoke Media, a multimedia arm providing information through print, radio, television and printing services.
Below: "Host Jason Salsman interviews a subject for a story about adoption for Native News Today, a weekly TV news show produced by Mvskoke Media. The show airs Saturdays on KQCW, Tulsa’s CW Network."