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NAM in the News

NAM as an advocate of ethnic and youth media often receives news coverage on its activities, including its annual Awards Banquet honoring ethnic media and its multilingual polling initiative. Formerly known as New California Media, much of the coverage of NAM you will read here refers to NCM.

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A Yearning for Traditional Structures

California Catholic Daily, News Report, May 03, 2007

Survey of California youth shows they want to marry and have children, but wonder if its possible

Survey Reveals Youth More Optimistic than Previous Generations

Asian Journal, News Report, Joseph Pimentel, May 03, 2007

New America Media held a press briefing on April 27 at the Mexican American Defense Fund office to discuss their findings and draw conclusions from the companys recent poll that suggest California's youth today have a better overall outlook in life and future than the youth of previous generations.

Generation Tolerant

Los Angeles Times, Editorial, Apr 30, 2007

A cellphone poll of California youth shows remarkably liberal attitudes toward race but conservative beliefs on family values.

80% of Youth Would Marry Another Race

Korea Daily, News Report, Young Kee Ju, Apr 28, 2007

Youth find identity in music and fashion rather than race and ethnicity.

Youths Fear Decay of Family

The Washington Times, Cheryl Wetzstein, Apr 27, 2007

Family breakdown tops the list of concerns for young people when discussing their futures, while getting married and having children are overwhelmingly popular life goals, according to a survey.

Some Hope for the Future: Survey Shows We May Be in Good Hands After All

Ventura County Star, Editorial, Frank Moraga, Apr 27, 2007

We are all doomed. At least that is what we usually think when we see a teenager gabbing on his cell phone while aggressively driving an oversized truck down the street with the stereo's rap music vibrating the fillings out of our teeth.

Future Optimism and Identity Outweigh Other Issues for Youth

Korea Times, News Report, Sueng Bum Park, Apr 25, 2007


California Youth American Dreamin'

Oakland Tribune, News Report, Steve Geissinger, Apr 25, 2007

Cell-phone poll finds those ages 16 to 22 longing for house, families.

Young Californians: Family, Lifestyle and Tolerance

The Sacramento Bee, Editorial, Peter Schrag, Apr 25, 2007

The survey of young Californians released Wednesday gives you a rough idea of their beliefs and aspirations. The methodology, using only calls to cell phones, is rare, if not unprecedented. Sergio Bendixen, the Florida pollster who conducted it, said it was the toughest he'd ever done.

Young Californians Bullish on Their Future

San Jose Mercury News, News Report, Sharon Noguchi, Apr 25, 2007

Despite concerns about family disintegration, poverty and violence, young Californians believe the American Dream will come true for them.

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