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Chinese Dancing in America

New America Media, Audio, Sandip Roy, Sep 30, 2009

China is a rising star in the Capitalist scene. But as Margaret Jenkins discovered, their dancers are paid by the state and surprised to learn that dancers from the United States have second jobs.

Chinese Station Defies Recession to Expand Programming

New America Media, News Report, Vivian Po, Sep 27, 2009

While mainstream and ethnic media are struggling through the recession, a Chinese-language radio station is moving forward with plans for a 24-hour statewide programming.

New America Now: Annie Le Murder, Chevron Vs. Ecuador, Not a Genuine Black Man

New America Now, Audio, Sep 26, 2009

This Week: Some Latino community leaders want to boycott the Census, the murder of Yale student Annie Le is discussed, Joe Berlinger's documentary Crude opens in the Bay Area, Margaret Jenkins voices the concerns of Chinese dancers in her new performance, and Brian Copeland celebrates the five year anniversary of his one man show.

Native American Newspapers Niche Keeps It Afloat

New America Media, News Report, Sarah Damian , Sep 25, 2009

Founded in 1981, the Navajo-Hopi Observer is still going strong due to its unique readership, audience and news coverage.

The Hidden Story of the U.S. Latino Press

Hispanic Link, News Report, Lauren Alicia Mendoza, Sep 24, 2009

As the year-long bicentennial celebration of Latino newspapers in the United States comes to a close, its legacy continues to grow and serve a community.

Csar Conde: Univisions Big Bet

PODER, News Report, David Adams, Sep 17, 2009

The newly appointed president of Spanish-language broadcast network Univision is only 35.

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Death & Rebirth for Nichi Bei Times

New America Now Radio, Audio, Odette Keeley, Aug 21, 2009

This week on "Stories From the Ethnic Media": Nichi Bei Times closes next month, but hopes to get a new life through a new foundation; and a female Sudanese journalist on trial for wearing trousers in public.

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.


Journalism Job Hunt - From USA to India

India Currents, Commentary, Ankita Rao, Aug 21, 2009

A journalism student in the USA looks for a job in India. But she finds here articles and experience were not questioned, but being American was.

Florida Black Newspaper Seeks Partnerships to Survive

New America Media, News Report, Cristina Fernandez-Pereda , Aug 20, 2009

Brad Bennett, the executive editor of the South Florida Times, said the new strategy has helped the newspaper cope with what he called the best and worst times for journalism.

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