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NAM Profiles

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La Opinin: King of the Hill

NCM, Martin Espinosa, Oct 21, 2003

Inside La Opinins offices in downtown Los Angeles, a group of young, eager Latinos carries pens and notebooks, headed for a meeting where they will discuss the operations of the countrys largest Spanish-language daily.

Univision: Hispanic Television's Undisputed King

NCM, Marcelo Ballv and Elena Shore, Oct 15, 2003

In 1961, the first Spanish-language station in the United States was founded in San Antonio, Texas. Today KWEX is one of 50 Univision stations across the country.

KTSF-TV: Bringing In-Language News to Asian Americans

NCM, Sandip Roy, Oct 08, 2003

KTSF television station was started in 1976 for four groups of people no advertisers were interested in, says Mei Ling Sze. Women, minorities, children and the elderly.

La Oferta Review: A Proud Family Tradition

NCM, Martin Espinosa and Catherine Black, Sep 30, 2003

Since 1978, Franklin G. Andrade, the publisher of La Oferta Review, and his wife Mary have proudly brought bilingual news to the South Bay Areas growing Latino community.

Philippine News: Child of Historical Events

NCM, Benjamin Pimentel and Pueng Vongs, Sep 25, 2003

The Philippine News, one of the oldest and biggest Asian American newspapers, was founded in 1961 in the San Francisco home of expatriate Alex Esclamado.

Sing Tao Daily: Bringing News Beyond Borders

NCM, Sandip Roy and Julie Johnson, Sep 16, 2003

Larry Lee faced a classic dilemmaget a college degree or work for Sing Tao Daily.

Radio Bilinge: Listening to Latino Audiences

Marcelo Ballv and Elena Shore, Sep 10, 2003

Amid the proliferation of music-driven FM frequencies, one sign of Spanish-language radios maturity may be the emergence of Fresno-based Radio Bilinge, which like National Public Radio is financed mainly by foundation grants and donations.

SOULBEAT: Reversing the Corporate Trend

NCM, Donal Brown, Sep 03, 2003

Chauncey Bailey says that black TV is nearly extinct, and takeovers by corporations have failed to provide the resources necessary to make black stations viable.

The Korea Daily: A New Awareness

NCM, Sandip Roy and Julie Johnson, Aug 28, 2003

In the heart of Los Angeles Koreatown, Young Park, editor of the Korea Daily, remembers when many of their advertisers were literally burned down in the 1992 L.A. riots.

The Sacramento Observer: Americas Number One

NCM, Teresa Moore and Catherine Black, Aug 20, 2003

It took someone like Dr. William Lee to see the potential in a struggling church journal when he bought it with two friends back in 1962 to create the Sacramento Observer.

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