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Mr. Tom Arviso Jr.

Publisher and Chief Executive Officer

Navajo Times

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Navajo Times

Highway 264 & Route 12

Window Rock, Arizona 86515

United States

Company Description

The Navajo Times Publishing Co., Inc. is a for-profit corporation organized under the laws of the Navajo Nation. The Navajo Times was established by the Navajo Tribal Council in 1959 as a newsletter. The first issue of the Navajo Times newspaper was pub ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Intern

Arizona State University

Affiliations

Board Member
Arizona Newspaper Association

Member of UNITY Board of Directors
UNITY

Navajo Times Publisher
Native American Journalists Association

Knight Fellow In Journalism
Stanford University

Education

Freedom Forum's American Indian Journalism Institute

journalism

Arizona State University

journalism

Mesa Community College

newspaper management

Stanford University

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Tom Arviso Jr.

Publisher, The Navajo Times & CEO, Navajo Times Publishing Company
Tom Arviso, Jr. majored in journalism at Arizona State University. He became managing editor of the Navajo Times in October 1988, editor and publisher in 1993, and was named CEO of the Navajo Times Publishing Company in 2004.
Arviso is a former board vice president and treasurer of the Native American Journalists Association's Board of Directors, a member of the Arizona Newspapers Association's Board of Directors and a board member of UNITY - Journalists of Color. He has received numerous awards such as the John Peter and Anna Catherine Zenger Award for Freedom of the Press and the People's Right to Know, a John S. Knight Fellowship in Journalism in 2000-2001at Stanford University, the Arizona Newspapers Association Freedom of Information Award, and The Native American Journalists Association's Wassaja Award, for extraordinary service to Native journalism.
[AZ 0101] - Part 1: Unique Role (10:00) Tom Arviso, Jr., CEO, Navajo Times Publishing Co., publisher, The Navajo Times, started at The Navajo Times as an Arizona State University intern in 1983. Arviso says The Times "is a part of us. "It's a source of strength and empowerment for the Navajo people. According to Arviso, "Prayers were said and songs were sung" when the newspaper started as a newsletter in 1958. "We are a true watchdog of tribal government," says Arviso. Arviso is proud of his newspaper's leading role among the native peoples' press in the USA. "We are an advocate for freedom of the press," says Arviso, "and the rest of 'Indian Country' has looked to what we have done."
[AZ 0102] - Part 2: Publisher's Background (5:09) Tom Arviso, Jr., CEO, Navajo Times Publishing Co., publisher, The Navajo Times, says he was hired fulltime as a sports reporter when The Times launched its 5-day edition, The Navajo Times Today, in 1983. "My mom was my biggest editor and my biggest critic," he says. His mother was a teacher, and his father and his siblings work in education.
[AZ 0103] - Part 3: Strategic Changes (4:06) Tom Arviso, Jr., CEO, Navajo Times Publishing Co., publisher, The Navajo Times, says his newspaper is benefiting from hiring "more qualified, educated and experienced staff. Arviso says the major change for The Times in recent years was breaking away from the Tribal Council, becoming an "independent business and an independent newspaper" in 2004. Since then, there has been "a large increase in interest in us," says Arviso. (Learn about the newspaper's fight for independence in The Story of the Newspaper.)
[AZ 0104] - Part 4: Adaptation & the Future (5:14) Tom Arviso, Jr., CEO, Navajo Times Publishing Co., publisher, The Navajo Times, says The Times puts breaking news on its website, but it is still perfecting its online newspaper. It's working to get its Navajo Language edition online for users in Navajo schools in the region. Arviso says The Times is setting aside funds to get its own building in the future. "We've run out of room. We want to hire more people on staff, but we have to find a place to put them," says Arviso.
[AZ 0105] - Part 5: Prospects & Preparation (3:02) Tom Arviso, Jr., CEO, Navajo Times Publishing Co., publisher, The Navajo Times, says, "We are starting to see more and more of our young people going to journalism as a career. "We need our own people to come in and tell our own stories and really serve as educators to the rest of the non-native people," says Arviso.


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Navajo Times CEO and Publisher ...

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Navajo Times CEO and Publisher Tom Arviso has firsthand experience about voting on the Navajo Nation in northeastern Arizona. General elections often ignore Native languages when it comes to the election ballot and information guides, Arviso said.

Arviso was part of a recent ethnic media briefing and roundtable, "The Struggle of Voting Rights in Arizona," held on Aug. 17 at South Mountain Community College in Phoenix. The roundtable was part of New America Media's national initiative to help ethnic media expand their coverage and knowledge base on voting-rights issues. About 25 people attended the roughly two-hour discussion. Similar roundtables were held in North Carolina, Georgia and Texas.
Arviso was the lone Native American on the diverse seven-person panel that included other media members and voting-rights advocates, mostly from the Phoenix metro area. Arviso shared obstacles many Native voters face in Arizona, including tribal identification issues at polling locations.
"Language is the biggest issue," he said, "understanding language on the ballots and having [poll workers] who can speak not only in Navajo, but other languages."
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Navajo Times CEO and Publisher Tom Arviso shares his perspective on Arizona voting rights. Arviso was part of an ethnic media briefing and roundtable on Aug. 17 at South Mountain Community College in Phoenix.
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Arviso praised the panelists and their effort to educate the public about their voting rights.
"Our role as media is to join that effort and do what we can to make sure the voters, our people, are informed," Arviso said.


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Tom Arviso, Jr. Editor PO Box 310 Window Rock AZ 86515 520-871-6641 520-871-6409

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