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NAM Profiles

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La Voz: Airing the Desire for Community

NCM, Peter Micek, Jul 19, 2004

The motto, independent program for a demanding public, rhymes in Spanish, the language of the daily radio news program La Voz.

Patok Pinoy: A New Addition to Filipino Media

NCM, Brahmani Houston, Jul 06, 2004

The Bay Area-based Filipino paper Patok Pinoy has only been around for three months and already it is expanding to Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

Ming Pao Daily: Newcomer Ignites Chinese Newspaper War in San Francisco

NCM, Pueng Vongs, Jun 29, 2004

A respected Hong Kong daily is giving residents of one of the country's most historic Chinese communities another forum to navigate explosive debates over homeland politics and immigrant life in the United States.

American-Punjabi Tribune: Californias First Punjabi Newspaper

NCM, Daniela Rible, Jun 23, 2004

The one-year-old American-Punjabi Tribune was the first Punjabi newspaper published in California, and draws a readership of first and second generation Punjabi Indians.

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Radio Saigon Houston: A Leader in Vietnamese Radio

NCM, Peter Micek, Jun 16, 2004

Radio Saigon Houston recently won awards as an entrepreneur and leader among Asian businesses.

Vida en el Valle San Joaquin

NCM, Julie Johnson, Jun 01, 2004

Editor and publisher Juan Esparza Loera says that when he started Vida en el Valle in 1990, many in the industry thought it would drive out other Latino publications in the community.

India Post Champions Indian America

NCM, Julie Johnson, May 26, 2004

From coverage of the technology industry in Silicon Valley to interfaith activities, Fremonts India Post is tuned into the San Francisco Bay Areas Indian American community.

Straightwords Tells It Like It Is

NCM, Brahmani Houston, May 18, 2004

Taking its name from the Koran, the new online magazine Straightwords brings a fresh voice to African American journalism.

APA News & Review: Bridging Asian Communities

NCM, Daniela Rible, May 04, 2004

The APA News & Review connects Asian Pacific American communitiesincluding East Asians, Southeast Asians, Pacific Islanders and South Asiansthroughout the greater Sacramento and San Joaquin Counties.

La Prensa San Diego: A Different Take on Everyday Life

NCM, Peter Micek, Apr 27, 2004

San Diegos first Latino-owned media outlet still strives to get its readers hooked on the political issues that shape everyones day.

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