ICT opens Mountain Bureau at University of Montana School of Journalism (copy)

ICT, formerly Indian Country Today, is significantly broadening its news coverage in Montana and surrounding states since the nonprofit news organization opened its Mountain Bureau on April 25.

The bureau offices will be housed within the School of Journalism at the University of Montana in Missoula through a partnership with UM and ICT’s parent company, IndiJ Public Media.

The bureau launch is part of ICT’s plan to expand from two news bureaus to nine over the next three years.

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Both ICT and the journalism school hope their partnership will increase and improve coverage of Indigenous issues throughout Montana as well as in neighboring states and southern Canada. Montana is home to 12 tribes, living on seven reservations. American Indians and Alaska Natives are the largest minority population in the state.

“This partnership makes a lot of sense; the University of Montana has strived to increase both the amount and quality of Indigenous coverage with its Native News program for three decades,” said Jason Begay, who is both an

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