Saturday, November 8, 2008

NAMMYs broadcast on MHZ Nov. 8, 2008


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November 7, 2008


Network Commemorates National Native American
Heritage Month with The NAMMYS

New York - On Saturday, November 8th, at 8:00PM EST, the Eighth Annual Native American Music Awards (N.A.M.A.) will be broadcast as the first featured program of a special series of Awards show broadcasts to air on the international MHZ Network.

MHZ Networks Worldwide, “a network for globally-minded people,” will begin airing the Eighth Annual Native American Music Awards at 8:00PM EST with a repeat broadcast at 11:00PM EST.

Taped live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood Florida, the Eighth Annual Native American Music Awards features a host of performances and appearances by Native American and mainstream artists; Rita Coolidge (Cherokee), Rod Stewart & Mick Jagger's guitarist Stevie Salas (Apache), Shalimar's Miki Free (Cherokee), COPS theme song writer Calton Coffei, original Pearl Jam drummer Dave Abbruzzese, Jean Beauvoir and Little Steven along with a special Hall of Fame tribute performance to the late Link Wray (Shawnee).

Showtimes are as follows:

Eighth Annual Awards Show – 11/8 @ 8 PM EST Repeat at 11 PM EST
Ninth Annual Awards Show – 11/15 @ 8 PM EST Repeat at 11 PM EST
The Best of The Nammys- 11/22 @ 8 PM EST Repeat at 11 PM EST

The airing of all these Awards programs will commemorate the month of November as National Native American Heritage Month.

MHZ Worldwide is an independent, noncommercial television network delivering international, educational and arts programming to an estimated 15 million households nationwide. Owned by the Commonwealth Public Broadcasting Corporation, the network consists of independent public television stations, cable and satellite television channels across the country.

Viewers who would like to see MHz Worldview offered through their local public TV station should contact them directly.

MHZ Affiliates:

Satellite/Direct-To-Home Service

DirecTV 2183 888-777-2454

WorldTV 52 888-988-5288


Charleston, IL WEIU 50-2

Charlottesville, VA WHTJ 41-3

Chicago, IL WYCC 21-2

Denver, CO KBDI 12-4

Flint, MI WDCQ 19-1*

Orlando, FL WCEU 15-3

Richmond, VA WCVE 23-3

Salt Lake City, UT KUEN 9-2

San Francisco, CA KCSM 43-2 (D)

Seattle - Tacoma, WA KBTC 28-4 (TACOMA)

Washington, DC WNVC 30-1


Flint, MI Charter Cable 433

Minneapolis, MN TIME WARNER 76

Richmond, VA Comcast 202

Las Vegas, NV Cox Cable 114

Orlando, FL Bright House 1153

Stanford University, CA Student Cable 182

St. Paul, MN Comcast 20

Washington, DC

* MWV on broadcast 19-1, 0600 to 2000, M-Sn.

Visit the Native American Music Awards Website, for pictures and video clips from these featured awards programs.

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