Journalism School Media Partners

NAM is creating partnerships with journalism schools which serve as hubs for regional networks of media. By helping us expand our national directory, they let us service ethnic media outlets and their communities that are in isolated or under-resourced regions.
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Newsmaker Briefing with Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin Monday, Jan. 26

New America Media, Press Release, Jan 22, 2009

Join NAM for a newsmaker briefing with Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin Monday, Jan. 26, the first in a series of events to build visibility for Atlanta's robust ethnic media sector leading up to NAM's National Ethnic Media Expo & Awards June 4-5, 2009.

D.C. Honors Ethnic Media, Community Storytellers

New America Media, News Report, Cristina Fernandez-Pereda, Dec 12, 2008

The first Washington, D.C., Ethnic Media Awards, organized by New America Media and American University School of Communication, recognized ethnic media journalists for excellence in reporting.

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Twin Cities Honor Hyperlocal Journalism

New America Media, News Report, Laura Goode, Dec 07, 2008

The first ethnic and community media awards in Minneapolis honored a range of media from a Hmong reporter to an African American veteran who had witnessed Dr. King's I Have a Dream speech.

New England Honors Ethnic Media

New America Media, News Report, Anthony D. Advincula , Nov 22, 2008

The best in New England's ethnic news media were honored on Thursday night at the New England Ethnic News Awards (NEENAs), the first journalism competition in the region that recognizes the excellence of journalists who report in languages other than English.

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University of Georgia: Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication

Video, Apr 09, 2008

NAM and the UGA Grady School for Mass Communication recently hosted "Ethnic Media Family Weekend" in Athens, GA, following the success of last summer’s Atlanta Immigration Summit where ethnic media and immigrant rights groups from across the south came together to discuss how to strengthen communications.

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Louisiana State University: Manship School of Mass Communication

Apr 09, 2008

LSU Mass Communicating: The Forum on Media Diversity is dedicated to be the national source of information and scholarship about diversity in both higher education and professional journalism and mass communication.

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University of Miami School of Communication

Video, Apr 09, 2008

Students at the University of Miami School of Communication recently surveyed 50 ethnic media outlets and launched the “South Florida Directory of Ethnic Media” to link media with each other and to local resources. In November 2007 NAM and U Miami SOC hosted a briefing with the Centers for Disease Control on the importance of flu shots.

USC: Annenberg School for Communication

Apr 09, 2008

NAM's Southern California office has been housed under USC Annenberg since 2001. Since then, NAM has had many collaborations with USC Annenberg's Institute of Justice and Journalism and the California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowship on media training workshops and recruitment of ethnic media journalists to these programs.

California State University, Northridge: Department of Journalism

Apr 09, 2008

NAM has developed a number of special workshops and panel discussions from covering diversity to immigration issues for both students and working ethnic media journalists.

Columbia College Chicago/Community Media Workshop

Apr 09, 2008

NAM and the Community Media Workshop at Columbia College Chicago hosted an event with the Centers for Disease Control on the importance of flu shots with Chicago area ethnic media in November 2007, and are joining forces again for an ethnic media workshop on investigative reporting with IRE in Chicago May 17-18th.

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