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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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Korea Times Reporter Nominated For International Affairs Award

Korea Times, Staff Writer, Dec 07, 2006

Korea Times covers one of its writers, nominated for a New America Media Award.

The Best of the Ethnic Media

In These Times, News Report, Jessica Clark and Tracy Van Slyke, Dec 01, 2006

Forget about the Pulitzer Prize. On Nov. 14, the most recent addition to the world of journalism awards ignored old standards like the New York Times and the Washington Post, instead honoring the work of such reporters as Dennis Romero of Tu Ciudad in Los Angeles and Ray Hanania of Ynet-News.com/Yedioth Ahronoth in Orland Park, III.

Winners of ethnic journalism awards stress the need for cross-cultural collaboration in 500-person D.C. gathering

Media Giraffe Project, Bill Densmore, Nov 28, 2006

Figuring out how to connect their diverse communities so they will be more visible to mainstream America was the key theme as hundreds of ethnic-media journalists gathered for two days this week at a Washington, D.C., hotel. New America Media organized the First National Ethnic Media Awards banquet and training seminars.

Sing Tao Chinese Radio Covers the First National Ethnic Media Awards

Radio Report, Nov 28, 2006

May Zhu, host and executive producer of Sing Tao Chinese Radio, covers the First National Ethnic Media Awards.

Asian Reporter columnist is runner-up in first National Ethnic Media Awards

Asian Reporter, Staff Writer, Nov 22, 2006

Community activist and longtime Asian Reporter columnist Ronault L.S. Catalani ("Polo") has been named runner-up in the Commentary/Editorial category of the first National Ethnic Media Awards, organized by New America Media (NAM). The awards will be presented in Washington, D.C. on November 14, 2006.

Periodistas analizan el voto tnico en EU

La Opinin , News Report, Pilar Marrero, Nov 22, 2006

One of the country's largest Spanish-language dailies covers the First National Ethnic Media Awards.

Self-Syndicated Columnist Ray Hanania Wins Ethnic Media Award

Editor & Publisher, Staff Writer, Nov 22, 2006

Columnist Ray Hanania is one of the winners of a National Ethnic Media Award (NEMA) from New American Media, an ethnic-media association.

Indian Americans among ethnic media awardees

DNA World, Staff Writer, Nov 22, 2006

Indian Americans figure among winners of the first National Ethnic Media awards announced by New America Media, the country's first and largest association of ethnic media.

Palestinian Reporter Wins the Ethnic Media Award in Washington DC

WAFA Palestinian News Agency, Nov 22, 2006

Palestinian reporter Mohammed Omar 22, won the "best" Ethnic Media Award, organized by New America Media in Washington DC.

WETA's Intersections Covers Ethnic Media Award Winners

Intersections, Talk Radio, Nov 22, 2006

Host Rebecca Roberts talks with Sandip Roy, NAM editor and Ethnic Media Award Winners, Pilar Marerro, political editor of La Opinion, Terry Jones, publisher of New Orleans Data News Weekly, and Mohammed Omer, columnist for Washington Report on Middle East Affairs.

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