: representative of the common people;
a person or institution that defends the rights of the people.
At SMP, we consider the human element
in all we do, say or publish.
Since 1956, the Seminole Tribe of Florida has been chronicling its stories and preserving Tribal history in the pages of The Seminole Tribune. Today, full-color editions are published monthly and distributed nationwide to more than 4, 500 readers.
As the official newspaper of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, The Tribune is generally regarded as one of the finest publications in Indian Country.
In 1989, The Tribune was the first Indian newspaper to win a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award. It was also nominated that year for a Pulitzer by the University of Florida.
Since then, the paper has garnered five awards from the Native American Journalists Association — more than any other Native American newspaper.
As a client of SMP, you can advertise your service or product to our subscribers. We are happy to customize our services to enhance your media strategy and fit your budget as well as meet your size, frequency and creative needs.
You can choose full-color or black-and-white; a number of different sizes; and monthly, quarterly or annual schedules. In addition to offering display advertising, The Seminole Tribune provides annual subscriptions, enabling you to determine the demographics you are reaching and measure the effectiveness of your advertising.