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Media Advisory: NAM and 91.7 FM KALW Launch Weekly Elections Series with Ethnic Media

Posted: Oct 02, 2012

NAM Media Advisory

NAM Media advisory

NAM and 91.7 FM KALW Launch Weekly Elections Series with Ethnic Media

Were inviting all our NAM network members, partners and colleagues across the U.S. to catch the second edition of our new collaboration with 91.7 FM KALW Public Radio. This weekly interview series highlights the voices of ethnic media journalists from the San Francisco Bay Area on the issues that matter most to their communities as regards this years elections.

Last week, the segments debut episode featured Kwokshu Leung, executive producer of Pan-Asian TV network KTSF-Channel 26, who explained the stakes for Chinese-American voters in the Bay Area.

Tonight, October 2nd at 5:00 PM PT, live on KALWs Crosscurrents news program, catch India West newspaper staff reporter Richard Springer as he discusses the South-Asian vote, including local candidates of South-Asian descent and the specific election issues that the community is watching for this year.

Click on KALWs LISTEN LIVE - Tonight at 5:00 PM U.S. PT (Pacific Time) to hear this interview wherever you may be.

Please click HERE to read our NAM story about Leungs interview last Sept. 25th and listen to the audio!

Every Tuesday until Election Day, Crosscurrents Co-host Hana Baba will be speaking with veteran ethnic media reporters, members of NAMs network.

This new NAM-KALW weekly segment collaboration is co-produced by NAM News Anchor Odette Keeley. Editorial supervisors are KALW News Director Holly Kernan and NAM Executive Editor Sandy Close.

And check back on our site for continuing coverage of this series!



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