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The First National New California Media Expo

June 9, 2005, New York City, NY

Posted: Mar 28, 2009

New California Media, The Independent Press Association -NY and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism present

The First National EXPO of Ethnic Media

On June 9th, 2005, NCM brought its flagship event to New York City, partnering with Independent Press Association-NY and Columbia University's School of Journalism. We hit the national media on Tuesday, June 7, with a press conference cohosted by the Asia Society to announce the results of NCM's first national multilingual survey of media usagemultilingual survey of media usage by 64 million ethnic American adults. We built momentum at a lavish evening reception on June 8th, hosted by The New York Times to welcome ethnic media attendees and EXPO sponsors. And we opened the EXPO at Columbia University on June 9th with a standing-room only breakfast session on threats to press freedom; a networking breakfast for some 30 representatives of journalism schools and media enrichment programs from across the country; and an official welcome from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. We celebrated at a banquet in the World Room of Columbia's Journalism School, where the Pulitzer prizes are presented, with a keynote address by FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps.

Media Coverage of the Event
A Dollar in Any Language, Washington Post
Ethnic journalists find common ground in NY, The Boston Bay State Banner
Media Variety Holds Sway, Indian Country Today

Media Coverage on the NCM Poll on Ethnic Media usage released during EXPO week

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