The bad news is, not many stories of any kind about Native Americans appeared. And when they were written, they hardly used Natives as sources.
Of the 4,684 sources quoted in the stories, just over a quarter were Native American, even in cities that have a high Native population. In fact, having a high Native population didn't necessarily correlate with thorough coverage of Natives.
Even in stories that had nothing to do with religion, reporters seemed to assign Native sources an aura of mysticism. For example, Native singing was often described as "chanting"--"and it's always 'ancient,'" pointed out an audience member.
One story described a Native elder as having "appeared out of nowhere," "because, you know, we can all do that," Azocar said wryly.
You can read about the original Reading Red report at Native Journalism: To Tell the Truth.