Tjuma Pulka 96.3FM is seen as an essential service and we build value within our community because we ensure that all First Nation people access and participate in our radio programming. Access and participation are based on cultural protocols that maintains and rebuilds our social networks.
Tjuma Pulka is a ‘cultural glue’ that holds the First Nation community together by providing a medium for local Wongutha and other First Nation voices who are connected to our cultural footprint. Our voices reflect specific local community, cultural ideas and aspirations through communication. We build pride within our community and encourage people to make informed decision that empower through the medium of radio that entertains and educates in a culturally safe and secure space.