From 2017-2019, Micah was in charge of FNX: First Nations Experience, the country's only Native American broadcast television network. While at FNX, Micah doubled viewership reach to 52 million Americans, created 202 episodes of 12 shows he conceptualized and produced, and partnered with news outlets Indian Country Today and Native Voice One radio network to broadcast six hours of live election night coverage of the 2018 elections, in which a record number of Native candidates were on statewide and federal ballots. The night featured 27 reporters in 15 states, and represented the first time the network had ever gone live. Micah also pioneered the creation of FNX's app, available on iOS and Android, making America's leading Indigenous network viewable anywhere in North America.
The Propaganda Remix Project has been Micah Wright's political side project since 2001, wherein he pokes fun of modern politics, politicians, and our political culture. Micah has published 3 books of his posters and political commentary, the first of which, You Back The Attack, We'll Bomb Who We Want, features a forward by noted historian Howard Zinn and an introduction by novelist Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Micah's second and third books, If You're Not A Terrorist Then Stop Asking Questions, and Surveillance Means Security are available at subversive booksellers everywhere. Micah's satirical political art has appeared in The New York Times, The Nation, Sunday Guardian UK, The Boston Globe, the New Internationalist, the New Statesman, The Washington Post, and on the Fox News Channel (where they didn't quite understand that it was supposed to be satire). You can see over 1,000 of his images at PropagandaRemix.com and new pictures are posted first these days to the Facebook page.