Corporation for Public Broadcasting Transparency Compliance Information
KLND 89.5 FM RADIO
Radio Station staff
Nate Iron Road
Amiel Spotted Horse
Phone (605) 823-4661, 4662 or 4663
FAX (605) 823-4660
Board of Directors
President: John Eagle Shield SR PO Box 742 Fort Yates ND 58538
Vice: Terry Yellow Fat PO Box423 Fort Yates ND 58538
Member: Greta Baker, 209 Oahe st. Fort Yates, ND 58538
Member: Todd Hauck, P.O. Box 222 Fort Yates, ND 58538
Member: Corrine Iron Shield PO Box 524 Fort Yates, ND 58537
Seventh Generation Media Services, INC. Board meetings are held at least quarterly at KLND radio station and announcements of the meeting are posted throughout our social media pages, our website and announced on KLND between the hours of six am and eleven pm starting seven days prior and running up until the meeting.
2018 Board meetings
April, 29th, 2018 6:00 pm, May 14th, 2018 6:00, June 4th, 2018, 6:00 pm, August 8th, 2018 6:00 pm, August 28th 2018 6:00, September 10th, 2018, 6:00 pm, October 25th, 2018 6:00pm
Upcoming meeting December 4th, 2018 6:00 pm
Community Advisory Board, Representatives:
AJ Agard, Bullhead
Charles Walker, Bear Soilder
Charles Lester JR, Cannon Ball
Alva Gabe, Fort Yates
Audited Financial Statements:
FY 2018 station audit statement will be available February 2019
To request copies, contact KLND 11420 SD HWY 63, McLaughlin, SD 57642
IRS Form 990,
Indian tribal governments are exempt from filing IRS form 990, Revenue Procedure 95-48 1995-2 C.B. 418.
After review of station records KLND has no information to report that meets the disclosure requirements of IRS 990.
(Did your station compensate any officers, directors, trustees, key employees or independent contractors more than $100,000?)
No, KLND don’t/didn’t compensate any officers
In accordance with federal and state laws regarding donor privacy and data security, managers and operators of KLND does not disclose donor information to third parties nor rent donor information to, or exchange such information with political organizations and/or candidates.
KLND does not give out or sell donor list
TWITTER KLND 89.5 FM
The mission of Seventh Generation Media Services, Incorporated, established as a media service to exercise our rights of the first amendment and to encourage unity with the listening public by promoting a greater cultural understanding through educational programming with a commitment to actively engage in the challenging contemporary world.
To foster its mission statement through media services, Seventh Generation Media services, Inc. has established the following Goals:
1.To promote a greater understanding through a broad range of special programming that creates unity by informing listeners with educational, cultural and community interests.
2.To implement a culturally appropriate community educational programming schedule directed towards all residents in the listening area and the World Wide Web.
3.In order to exercise individual and community first amendment rights, the goal of the media services will be to provide live broadcasts of special events, community/school activities, public opinion segments, public service announcements (PSA’s) and Emergency alert system (EAS).
4.To follow the requirements of the Corporation of Public Broadcasting by establishing a Community Advisory Board in order to provide a forum for input.
5.A priority for Seventh Generation Media Services, Inc. will be to promote self-sufficiency in the area of media services to the public. Through volunteer and training programs and educational opportunities under the direction of professional experienced media staff.
6.Seventh Generation Media Services, Inc. will strive to maintain values that promote balance, harmony and a natural environment for all generations by providing holistic programming.
7.Create and maintain a high level of transparency and accountability in all aspects of the operation of Seventh Generation Media Services, Incorporated.
8.To engage in activities with entities that promote self-sufficiency and sustainability which will benefit the organizations and communities.