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Ethnic Media Trade Ideas With Atlanta Mayor

New America Media, News report, David Stokes, Jan 28, 2009

Mayor Shirley C. Franklin met with local ethnic media in Atlanta, where New America Medias Ethnic Media Expo and Awards Conference will take place this summer. NAM contributor David Stokes is a writer for the Atlanta Inquirer-NNPA/Black Press Association

New America Media 2009 National Ethnic Media EXPO & Awards June 4-5, 2009

New America Media, Press Release, Jan 22, 2009

New America Media will again host its National Ethnic Media EXPO & Awards in Atlanta this June 4-5, 2009.

Why I Want to be a Puerto Rican

NCM Special Report, Speech, Richard Rodriguez, Aug 20, 2005

PNS editor Richard Rodriquez and noted author of "Brown" and "Hunger of Memory" delivered the closing address at New California Media 2005 Expo at Columbia University. The following is adapted from his remarks.

My First Experience of the NCM EXPO

EXPO EXTRA News Team, James Christian Zvonec, Sep 23, 2002

James Zvonec, who attends California State University Northridge, was one of the 12 college journalism majors whose stories and photographs make up EXPO EXTRA!. The experience of attending the New California Media Expo moved him to also wrtie this essay.

Youth Media of Super Communicators

EXPO EXTRA News Team, Dean Blaine, Sep 23, 2002

Youth Media representatives talk about the energies driving an increasingly media-savvy and multi-lingual youth culture.

CALTEACH: A New Pathway to Social Marketing

EXPO EXTRA News Team, Priscilla Porianda, Sep 23, 2002

The California Center for Teaching Careers (Cal Teach) gave an account at NCM EXPO on Wednesday of how ethnic media can help meet the challenge of getting a more diverse group of teachers into Californias classrooms.

The Catch 22 for Ethnic Media--Tobacco and Liquor Ads

EXPO EXTRA News Team, Priscilla Porianda, Sep 23, 2002

While some ethnic media refuse to run tobacco and alcohol advs on moral grounds, others say their businesses depend on these lucrative ads. A panel delivered mixed opinions on this issue at the NCM Expo on Wednesday.

Ethnic Media on Health Hazards and the Environment

EXPO EXTRA News Team, Esmeralda Bermudez, Sep 23, 2002

Workshop discusses how central valleys ethnic media are building trust with their audiences and educating them on health hazards in the troubled environment.

Scoring PR Success with the Ethnic Media

EXPO EXTRA! News Team, Angela Rueda, Sep 22, 2002

In a conference room filled to overflowing, five panelists shared their experiences promoting public service campaigns with an audience of representatives from nonprofit organizations, government agencies and ethnic media.

Supertalk from Talk Show Hosts of Ethnic Media

EXPO EXTRA News Team, Dominic Perrone, Sep 22, 2002

People searching for cultural identity in the world of talk shows can find shows focused on ethnic audiences, just a little higher on the dial than their mainstream counterparts.

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