Loris Taylor

Loris Taylor (Hopi Nation) is the president and CEO of Native Public Media, Inc., which represents the media interests of Native America through legacy and new media technologies including radio, television, video and Internet, journalism and public policy. She was instrumental in helping establish the first FCC Tribal Priority for broadcasting and the new FCC Office of Native Affairs and Policy. She serves on the board of Free Press and the Free Press Action Fund.


  • The Growing Digital Divide in Indian Country

    February 14, 2013
    Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski addressed the National Congress of American Indians in 2010, the first sitting chair of the Commission to do so. If that was any indication of how long it has taken to bring the spotlight to the digital divide in Indian Country, it was only the beginning.