Hi, Melissa:
     There are 4 chapters dedicated to aboriginal/indigenous experiences
published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2007:

1. Elinor Rennie, Remote beginnings, metropolitan developments: Community and
  indigenous television in Australia.
2. Lorna Roth, (re)Coloring the public broadcasting system in Canada: A case
  study of the aboriginal peoples television network.
3. Yesudhasan Thomas Jayaprakash and Brian Shoesmith, Community radio and
  development: Tribal audiences in south India.
4. Ritva Levo-Henriksson, Media as constructor of ethnic minority identity:
  A Native American case study.

     In addition, there are incredible examples from Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, 
Ghana, Israel, Kazakhstan, Latin America, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, and a 
number of other perspectives and (virtual) visions.

Hope this helps!
  Linda Fuller ([log in to unmask])

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Subject: indigenous media - question
Greetings all,

The International Journal of Communication (
http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc) is considering doing a review essay on
recent books related to indigenous media. I am aware of P. Wilson's and M.
Stewart's (Eds) recent publication Global Indigenous Media; if you know of
any others, particularly forthcoming publications, please let me know. Many
thanks for your help.

Best regards,

Melissa Brough
PhD Student
Annenberg School for Communication
University of Southern California