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World Journal in Partnership with the Chinese Community

NCM, Sandip Roy and Pueng Vongs, Aug 13, 2003

The World Journal is one of the most widely-read Chinese-language dailies in the United States. Its offices are based in Taiwan, and five of its six sections still come from Taipei. But Advertising Account Executive May Shen denies that the paper is lockstep with the party politics in Taiwan.

"Guanaquiando": Chatting with Central American Media in L.A.

NCM, Astrid Martinez, Aug 06, 2003

This is not just a television show and newspaper this is a project of communication, a way of saying that we (Central Americans) have to contribute to society by setting a better standard for the media."

Hmong Today TV: Continuing the Hmong Oral Tradition

NCM, Elena Shore, Jul 30, 2003

"No other TV station has done what we have done," says Ben Vue, the creator, host and producer of Hmong Today, a Hmong language news show in California's Central Valley. "We do what mainstream media has ignored or has not touched."

The News Circle: Arab-American Magazine Elder Statesman

NCM, Teresa Moore, Jul 22, 2003

Sometimes I want to say, You are talking to a fellow American. You are not talking to an al-Qaeda member," says Joseph Haiek, editor of The News Circle: Arab American Magazine.

Eastern Group Publications: Staying Grounded in East L.A.

NCM, Catherine Black and Martin Espinoza, Jul 16, 2003

Although Eastern Group Publications (EGP) may not command the name recognition of other Los Angeles media outlets, EGP has cast a broad swath through a highly diversified, multi-channel media enterprise while still delivering strong local content covering most of East L.A.

Asian Journal: A Vital Resource for Filipinos

NCM, Pueng Vongs, Jul 11, 2003

In 1991, Cora and Roger Oriel, founders of the Asian Journal, surveyed the burgeoning Filipino community in Los Angeles, and felt there was something missing.

Nikkei West: Stories from the Local Community

NCM, Julie Johnson, Jul 02, 2003

When a Japanese American police officer in San Jose won a Lexus, he may not have made headlines in the San Jose Mercury News, but on Japanese market newsstands throughout Northern California, his story was on the front page of Nikkei West.

India Currents: Converging Perspectives in Indian Communities

NCM, Elena Shore, Jun 27, 2003

India Currents aims to bring its readers "everything Indian in America," from calendars of spiritual and cultural events to debates on social and political issues, from fiction and youth voices to recipes for traditional Indian foods.

AsianWeek: On the Cutting Edge of the APA Community

NCM, Astrid Martinez, Jun 17, 2003

Every Thursday morning throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, red newspaper racks are filled with dozens of colorful AsianWeek publications reaching out to the diverse faces that make up the Asian Pacific American community.

Island Hopping with Samoana Magazine

NCM, Catherine Black, Jun 12, 2003

Princess Salamasina Uli-Roberts is a leader in her community. Not because shes a princess (she isntPrincess is her given first name), but because she is the founder and publisher of Samoana, a magazine for Americas growing Pacific Islander community.

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