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National Ethnic Media Awards And Expo

NAM's 2009 National Ethnic Media Awards & Expo honor excellence in ethnic media journalism, forge collective strategies to strengthen the sector, expand its role in risk communications, and improve government communications with its audiences.

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Ethnic Media: The Missing Piece in Emergency Messaging

New America Media, News Report, Anthony D. Advincula, Jun 10, 2009

Health and response management agencies say ethnic media play a vital role in sending out emergency messages to the communities they serve.

Ethnic Media Here To Stay and Growing -- A National Study on the Penetration of Ethnic Media in America

New America Media, Jun 09, 2009

Over the last four years, the ethnic media have picked up 8 million new readers, viewers and listeners, and now regularly reach 57 million people in the US, according to a poll released today by New America Media. The increase comes as mainstream media, especially metropolitan daily newspapers, struggle to keep their audiences.


Ethnic Media Indispensable Says U.S. Census

New America Media, News Report, Marcelo Ballv, Jun 09, 2009

The U.S. Census Bureau is leaning on ethnic media to help deliver an equitable census. And it plans to invest dollars to show it means business.

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Ethnic Media Reaching Record Numbers in U.S.

Oneworld.net, News feature, Jeffrey Allen, Jun 08, 2009

Nearly 60 million Americans now regularly get information from ethnically oriented TV, radio, newspapers, and Web sites, many of which are published or broadcast in languages other than English -- and that number is on the rise.

Women Immigrants Key to Family Unity

New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram , Jun 08, 2009

Women immigrants must overcome formidable barriers when they first come to the United States, but their determination to hold their families together helps them overcome many of those obstacles, according to a recent New America Media-commissioned national poll.

2009 National Ethnic Media Awards

NAM Awards in Atlanta Spotlight Ethnic Media

New America Media, News Report, Vivian Po, photography by Kevin Chan and Min Lee, Jun 05, 2009

The 2009 National Ethnic Media Awards Banquet on June 4, 2009 brought ethnic media together to celebrate the new face of American journalism in the 21st Century, with ethnic media more powerful and integrated into American society.


New America Now Celebrates Ethnic Media Winners!

New America Media, Audio, Jun 05, 2009

The National Ethnic Media Awards were held in Atlanta, GA on Thursday night. Sandip Roy snagged interviews with some of the winners before the event.


U.S. Ethnic Media Expands Its Reach and Influence

New America Media, News Report, Marcelo Ballv, Jun 05, 2009

Ethnic media reaches a substantial majority of African, Asian and Hispanic Americans, and has increased its penetration into these audiences by 16 percent over the last four years, a just-released New America Media poll shows.

Vibrant Ethnic Media Defy Gloomy Trends

New America Media, News Analysis, Marcelo Ballv, Jun 03, 2009

With so much of the recession-battered news industry in free-fall, it may have seemed like a foolhardy idea to launch a new publication. Al Dia, a new start up in New York, is an example of the resilience of the sector. A new poll on ethnic media from New America Media finds that they have good reason to be optimistic about their business prospects.

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