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New America Now: New England Ethnic News Wire Awards and Danny Boyle

New America Media, Audio, New America Now Radio Posted: Nov 21, 2008


New America Now:

  • Stories from the Ethnic Media

  • This week: ethnic media goes online.

    This week: Wayne State Universitys Prof. Hayg Oshagan, director of New Michigan Media New Michigan Media on the launch of their new website and John Samuels, managing editor of South Asia Mail, a new internet daily news source based in Canada, providing news and information about South Asians in North America to a global audience.

  • Frank Herron with University of Mass, is one of the organizers of the first New England Ethnic News Wire Awards given out Thursday.

  • Bill Forry talks about the story he wrote for the Dorchester Reporter which won him a NEENA for Best Feature. His story is about a pirate radio station in Boston Touch 106 FM, which calls itself 'The Voice of Black Boston'.

  • Danny Boyle, director of "Trainspotting"talks about his new movie, "Slumdog Millionaire" about an unlikely contestant on the Hindi version of "Who Wants to be A Millionaire?"

  • Nick Broomfield on his film "Ghosts" which explores the true story of what happened when many of the Chinese immigrants smuggled into England to pick cockles, ended up dead on the sea shore.

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