KSUT Tribal Radio has a new website – visit us @tribalradio.org. Once there, you can listen to the online stream, see the latest station news and photos, and dig into our Indigenous storytelling projects Native Lens and Native Braids. 

KSUT’s Tribal Radio is at the root of the station, started in 1976 by Southern Ute Tribal Members. Daily programming begins at 8 AM with the popular “Morning Show” featuring a unique blend of Powwow, Round Dance, Handgame, traditional and ceremonial songs. Hosted by local Tribal Members, the music is mixed with community news and information, interviews, dedications, and the scoop on powwows, local sports, and events. 

Tribal Radio is also a Native Voice 1 (NV1) affiliate, offering national programming including Native America Calling, American Indian Living, National Native News, and more.

Tribal Radio has been streaming online for 22 years, and can now be found @tribalradio.org – please share this with your family and friends. You can tune-in on the radio dial around the region at the following frequencies:

  • 91.3 FM in Ignacio, Southern Ute, and Jicarilla Apache tribal lands
  • 100.9 FM in Towaoc, Ute Mountain Ute and Navajo tribal lands
  • 89.7 FM in Farmington and northwest New Mexico