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Mainstream & Ethnic Media Should Partner to Deliver News

Seattle Times, Commentary, Julie Pham, May 27, 2009

News organizations should do something rather than mourn the decline of our industry. In order to maximize our resources and maintain our relevancy, mainstream newspapers and local ethnic media outlets should form strategic partnerships to better serve readers.

Print Is Dead? Hispanic Publications Defy Trend, Tell a Different Story

Hispanic Link, News Report, Kirk Whisler, May 24, 2009

Mainstream media may be collapsing everywhere, but Hispanic publications have been holding up, and the future seems bright for them. Traduccin al espaol

Journalism in Mexico Is a Dangerous Business

New America Media, News Report, Jos Luis Sierra, May 09, 2009

Six months after journalist Armando Rodriguez was gunned down in front of his home in Ciudad Juarez, local reporters say they are extremely cautious about how they cover drug cartels. NAM contributor Jos Luis Sierra interviewed reporters who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Massachusetts Governor Meets With Ethnic Media

New England Ethnic News, News Report, Eduardo A. de Oliveira, Apr 27, 2009

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick discussed bilingual education, drivers licenses and race relations with ethnic media at the State House.

Duc Tan

Modern Day McCarthyism: The Case of Duc Tan

Nguoi Viet Tay Bac, News feature, Dr. Julie Pham, Apr 25, 2009

The court found the five defendants, Norman Le, Dat Ho, Nga Pham, Nhan Tran, and Phiet Nguyen, guilty for accusing the plaintiff Duc Tan and the Vietnamese Community of Thurston County (VCTC), a non-profit organization, of communist sympathies.

Brian Ho

Birth of a Newspaper in an Age of Print Decline

New America Media, News Report, Vivian Po, Apr 19, 2009

The U.S. newspaper industry is in steep decline, and posted its biggest loss in advertising revenue in the last five decades. It seems like a strange time to start a new Chinese newspaper.

Chauncey Bailey Was on Bey's 'Hit List'

Chauncey Bailey Project, News Report, Thomas Peele, Bob Butler and Mary Fricker, Apr 17, 2009

Yusuf Bey IV kept a hit list of people "he wanted to get rid of" who had "done stuff to" Your Black Muslim Bakery, according to a statement Devaughndre Broussard gave authorities in preparation for grand jury testimony next week.

Lead Detective on Chauncey Bailey Killing Suspended

Chauncey Bailey Project, News Report, Thomas Peele, Apr 14, 2009

Police Sgt. Derwin K. Longmire was suspended from duty Monday for his handling of the investigation into journalist Chauncey Baileys killing in August 2007.

immigration reform

Immigration Advocates Gear up for Reform

New America Media, News report, Cristina Fernandez-Pereda, Apr 14, 2009

The Obama administration has expressed its serious intent to push for immigration reform and ethnic media will be a secret weapon in that push.

Jang Ja-yeon

Actresss Suicide Exposes S. Korea's Culture of Sexual Exploitation

New America Media, News Report, Peter Schurmann and Aruna Lee, Apr 01, 2009

A week before committing suicide, actress Jang Ja-yeon wrote a seven-page letter chronicling the sexual favours she said she was expected to perform in order to work in Korea's entertainment industry.

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