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NAM Profiles

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Amrica TeV: Miamis Independent Spanish Station Rivals TVs Giants

NCM, Peter Micek, Jun 25, 2005

A locally produced Spanish television station in Miami sees itself in a "David versus Goliath" struggle against the large corporate stations that dominate the Spanish television market.

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BlackPlanet.com: Americas Largest Online Black Community

NCM, NCM Profile, Danielle Worthy, Apr 10, 2005

The most visited black site on the web, Blackplanet.com is one of the most vibrant and prolific online communities today.

Diario Latino Brings News in Spanish to Parents and Kids

NCM, Catalina Hayes-Bautista, Feb 10, 2005

San Diego's only Spanish-language daily helps families keep the tradition of reading Spanish-language papers.

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100 Years Under the San Fernando Valley Sun

NCM, Brahmani Houston, Dec 05, 2004

The San Fernando Valley Sun celebrated its 100th anniversary this year. The editor of the weekly paper, Diana Martinez, says shes not aware of another community newspaper that has survived that long.

MotherWit: Learning from our Elders

NCM, Daniela Rible, Nov 16, 2004

The magazine MotherWit embodies the wisdom of mothers, grandmothers and elders.

ASIA: Southern California's Pan-Asian Newspaper

Peter Micek, Sep 15, 2004

Asia: The Journal of Culture and Commerce, the only such English-language publication in Southern California, has expanded four-fold in two years.

World Wind: Taking the Bay Area by Storm

NCM, Brahmani Houston, Aug 25, 2004

World Wind International Black Newspaper is described by its publisher as a young, revolutionary black newspaper.

Mosaic at Link TV: A Window on the Middle East

NCM, Profile, Owen David, Aug 11, 2004

Mosaic pieces together translated but otherwise unedited news stories that come directly from networks throughout the Middle East, including Abu Dhabi TV, Cairos Nile TV, Qatars Al Jazeera, and the Israeli Broadcast Authority.

Activists and Entrepreneurs: The California Advocate

NCM, Profile, Julie Johnson, Aug 06, 2004

Fresnos African American weekly newspaper The California Advocate brings Civil Rights spirit to its stories and its business.

KNXT TV 49: California's First Multilingual TV Station

NCM, Profile, Daniela Rible, Jul 28, 2004

KNXT serving California's Central Valley airs 16 locally produced programs in four languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese and Hmong.

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