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NAM Profiles

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Noticiero Semanal: Connecting Latinos in the Central Valley

Astrid Martinez, Feb 05, 2004

Noticiero Semanal grew out of the need to reach the Central Valley's Spanish-speaking community after thousands of farm workers lost their jobs in the citrus freeze of 1998.

India-West: A Longstanding Voice for the Community

NCM Profile, Catherine Black and Sandip Roy, Jan 30, 2004

Even as a little paper, you can make an impact. says Bina Murarka, editor and co-founder of India-West, which earned the distinction in 2001 of being the small newspaper that took on the multinational giant McDonalds.

The Arab World News: Uniting a Diverse Arab American Population

NCM, Pueng Vongs, Jan 20, 2004

Since its inception in 1998, the goal of the bilingual weekly Arab World News is to connect the divergent and often isolated Arab communities in Southern California. "Our newspaper brings people together. We help them keep in touch with what is happening in the world and our community and help them find each other," says publisher Ahmad Alam.

Giant Robot: Asian Pop Culture 101

Julie Johnson, Jan 13, 2004

Eric Nakamura, co-editor and publisher of Giant Robot, says his magazine is like a huge Asian robot: clever, powerful, and run by good people.

J.-- Not Your Mother's Jewish Bulletin

NCM, Elena Shore, Jan 06, 2004

Marc Klein, editor and publisher of J., describes the Northern California weekly as an eclectic mix of news for Jewish readers. "We cover everything from Holocaust issues to Jewish punk rockers, and everything in between."

Hyphen Magazine Bridges the Gap

NCM, Catherine Black, Dec 09, 2003

Place Hyphen magazine next to some of the more established Asian publications in the United States and several things immediately distinguish it.

The San Francisco Bay View: Business Activist

NCM, Teresa Moore and Pueng Vongs, Nov 25, 2003

The publisher of the San Francisco Bay View sees the newspaper as a political instrument. "I'm a business activist for black people," Willie Ratcliff says.

Pakistan Today: The Gadfly

NCM, Benjamin Pimentel, Nov 19, 2003

For many ethnic publishers, putting out a newspaper or a magazine is a way to stay in touch with the old country. For Pashbih Sayyed, founder and editor-in-chief of Pakistan Today, his newspaper is his way of helping immigrants to better connect with America.

The Nichi Bei Times: Keeping the Ties That Bind

NCM, Sandip Roy, Nov 05, 2003

Japantown in San Francisco is built around a mall filled with Isamu Noguchi lamps and restaurant windows displaying plastic replicas of tempura and California rolls.

El Bohemio News: A San Francisco Pioneer

NCM, Catherine Black, Oct 29, 2003

Before there was a Hispanic media explosion, El Bohemio News was carving out its own niche in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in 1971, this newspaper has been providing its readers with a blend of arts, culture and news that has garnered national recognition and local loyalty.

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