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NAM Profiles

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Latino Times: News in Your Backyard

NCM, Daniela Rible, Apr 20, 2004

The Latino Times, a Stockton-based free quarterly newspaper, was the first Latino publication in the Central Valley to print solely in English.

Sun-Reporter: First and Still Fighting in San Francisco

NCM, Peter Micek, Apr 14, 2004

The first black newspaper in the city is improving its look while honoring its past with new color printing and a 60th anniversary bash next month.

Pakistan Link: Promoting Cross-Cultural Communication

NCM, Brahmani Houston, Apr 05, 2004

When Pakistan Link changed hands four years ago, it took on a new shape. Its editorial board changed almost completely, it opened a bureau in Karachi, its readership expanded, its circulation exploded, it launched its website and a nationally recognized paper was born.

Cali Today Brings Vietnamese Media into the Communication Age

NCM, Julie Johnson, Mar 29, 2004

A radio show, website and three publications make Cali Today accessible to an audience that is larger and more diverse than ever before.

The Black Voice News: A Pioneer of Community Activism

Daniela Rible, Mar 23, 2004

The Black Voice News has been a strong advocate for the voiceless and disenfranchised of Riverside and San Bernardino counties for over 30 years.

El Tecolote: Eye on San Franciscos Latino Pulse

NCM, Peter Micek, Mar 08, 2004

El Tecolote, the bilingual newspaper founded over 30 years ago in a Latino neighborhood in San Francisco, exposes the issues of a community that is often neglected or ignored by city politicians and media.

El Tiempo: Voicing Immigrant Rights in Merced County

Daniela Rible, Mar 02, 2004

A historic bullfight that will take place in the Central Valley piqued the community's attention when it appeared on the pages of El Tiempo, the only Spanish-language paper in Merced County.

Noodle: The Steamy, Positive Voice Of Gay APIs

Julie Johnson, Feb 25, 2004

The editors of Noodle, a San Francisco based quarterly magazine for gay Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, show facets to issues like same-sex marriage little discussed in the mainstream.

Siliconeer: Merging Technology and Indian Culture in Silicon Valley

NCM, Brahmani Houston, Feb 17, 2004

When was the last time you looked to your monthly high tech business magazine for a curry recipe or a review of the latest Bollywood film?

Little Saigon TV

NCM, Julian Do, Feb 13, 2004

John Thai Dinh founded Little Saigon TV to counter the American media's stereotypes about the Vietnam War and Vietnamese people.

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