Indian Country Today Media Network Launches News Alerts

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Indian Country Today Media Network, the premier resource for reaching Indian Country and those interested in all things indigenous, today announced the launch of its news alerts service. Participating users will automatically receive an email each time a story is posted to categories they have selected, such as Opinions, Arts and Entertainment, Business, Canada, Education, Environment, Genealogy, Health & Wellness, Politics, Pow Wows, Sports, Travel, Veterans and World News.

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Serving the Nations, Celebrating the People

Indian Country Today Media Network, the premier resource for reaching Indian Country and those interested in all things indigenous, today announced the launch of its news alerts service. Participating users will automatically receive an email each time a story is posted to categories they have selected, such as Opinions, Arts and Entertainment, Business, Canada, Education, Environment, Genealogy, Health & Wellness, Politics, Pow Wows, Sports, Travel, Veterans and World News. Now you can follow, share, learn, track and stay on top of the news, all through IndianCountryTodayMediaNetwork.com.

Indian Country Today Media Network, LLC is an internationally-recognized multimedia platform, solely-owned by the Oneida Indian Nation of New York, comprised of IndianCountryTodayMediaNetwork.com, a full-service website with mobile optimization, and This Week from Indian Country Today, a weekly magazine. Both deliver in-depth coverage of Native American News, world news, politics, business, gaming, finance, economic development, environmental issues, education, arts & entertainment, Native American culture, pow wows, health & wellness, travel, genealogy, First Nations of Canada, sports, and veterans’ issues. In addition to up-to-the-minute reporting by its team of national correspondents, IndianCountryTodayMediaNetwork.com offers comprehensive listings of pow wows, scholarships, internships, tribal colleges, health tips, veterans’ resources, and job opportunities.

It is augmented by a thriving social network, and Datecatcher, the first Native American Dating site powered by and partnered with Match.com.

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