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Nichi Bei Times Closes, Nonprofit Hopes to Continue Legacy

New America Media, News Report//Video, Justine Drennan//Video: Min Lee and Paul Billingsley, Aug 21, 2009

The Nichi Bei Timess board of directors has decided to close Northern Californias oldest Japanese-American newspaper after 63 years in business. Its staff and community members plan to start a nonprofit version of the paper.

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BELO TV Documents Mexican Drug War Impact on Civilians

New America Now TV, Video, Anchor & Producer: Odette Keeley// Video: Mike Siv, Jul 22, 2009

BELO TV's Angela Kocherga sees firsthand how Mexico's President Felipe Calderon's war on drugs has frustrated Mexican people, especially those living along the U.S. border.

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Our Texas - Russian Paper Spearheads Russian Culture

New America Media, NAM Ethnic Media Profile, Ekaterina Basilaia, Aug 07, 2008

Russian culture and language is spreading in the Lone Star State, thanks in large part to Sophia Grinblat and her newspaper, Our Texas.

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Afro American Tribune Informs DC-Area Readers

New America Media, Media Profile, Adina Young, Jun 25, 2008

Multi-tasking reporters at the century-old Baltimore newspaper keep African Americans up to date on national issues and local events. An increasingly diverse staff has served the paper well, they say.

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Zba Magazine: An Afghan American Dream

New America Media, Media Profile, Katherine Gypson, Jun 18, 2008

Zeba Magazine brings young and old Afghans together with dinner table conversation topics and glossy graphics. The husband and wife team behind it hope for a new launch in Afghanistan.

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El Pregonero Gives Voice to Washington Latinos

New America Media, NAM Profile, Samantha Tyrka, Jun 11, 2008

El Pregonero, the oldest Spanish-language newspaper in the Washington D.C.-metro area, hopes to assist newcomers as well as inform second- and third-generation Hispanic Americans

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Vietnamese American Television: A Two Pronged Approach

New America Media, Media Profile, Kathie Unthank, May 28, 2008

A Vietnamese American Television show in Virginia is part of a network that believes that regular citizens with a vision can produce their own television shows and provide a valuable service to their communities.

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Rang-A-Rang Television: Race, Ethnic and Community Reporting

New America Media, Media Profile, Lisa Tanger, May 20, 2008

An Iranian language television program based in Virginia is broadcast internationally to its diaspora as well as some viewers in Iran. Rang-A-Rang skewers politicians in Iran and is supported in part by private donations.

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Zethiopia: The Ethiopian Newspaper to Believe In

New America Media, Media Profile, Uzo Nnabuihe, May 14, 2008

Dereje Desta left Ethiopia seven years ago in search of freedom of speech. Today, his self-published newspaper covers his community well, but does not always reach as many readers as he would like.

The Baltimore Times: Making a Difference

New America Media, Media Profile, Janine Cooper, May 09, 2008

While most of the staff at the Baltimore Times are African-American, the magazines appeal is targeted at a much wider audience. It recently launched a small business publication and continues serving the community.

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