The State of the Rafu Shimpo: An Open Letter From the Publisher

Rafu Shimpo, News Report, Posted: Mar 28, 2016

Today we are at a crisis point. For the last three years, The Rafu has been losing money at an alarming rate: $750,000 over three years, with a projected deficit of $350,000 this year. The losses have been covered by the Komai family trust, but that remedy is unsustainable in the long run.

Police Arrest Second Arab American News Break-In Suspect


Arab American News, News Report, Posted: Mar 22, 2016

Deandre Bey, 20, of Detroit, was arrested last week in connection to the incident. He was charged with multiple larceny-related felonies.

Two Men Attempt to Break into The Arab American News Office


Arab American Media, News Report, Posted: Mar 12, 2016

Two men attempted to break into The Arab American News Office early Friday morning. The majority of the staff was at the office, finishing this week's issue when multiple bangs were heard coming from the back of the building at 2:33 a.m.


Digital Age Killed World Journal in Canada: Experts


New Canadian Media, News Analysis, Shan Qiao, Posted: Jan 13, 2016

Just weeks before its 40th anniversary one of the three major Chinese daily newspapers in North America has ceased printing in Canada.


Arthur J Pais of Passes Away


Rediff News, News Report, Posted: Jan 09, 2016 regrets to inform you that our dear colleague Arthur J Pais passed away in New Jersey on Friday.


Turkish Journalists in US Fear Ripple Effects of Turkey’s Media Crackdown


New America Media, News Feature, 
Anthony Advincula, Posted: Nov 28, 2015

Turkish journalists working in the United States are expressing growing concerns over a sweeping media crackdown in their home country.

The Root Called Trump "The Biggest Troll in the World"


The Root, Commentary, Posted: Aug 26, 2015

Trump has the spotlight on his freak show, and he’s bringing his racist supporters along with him.


New NNPA Chair: ‘We’re Going to Flex Our Muscles’, News Analysis, Hazel Trice Edney , Posted: Jul 07, 2015

When America’s first black newspaper was published on March 16, 1827, black people were still enslaved. Nearly two centuries later, the issues of Black America — though not as severe as human bondage — are still urgent and continue to belie America’s promise of freedom and justice for all.


Univision’s Purchase of The Root is Firm’s Second Move into Black Media


Louisiana Weekly, News Analysis, Posted: Jun 09, 2015

Univision had acquired The Root, the second major foray into African-American media by the company best known for its Hispanic media properties.


Why Ho Chi Minh City Won't Appear in this Newspaper in California


PRI/New America Media, News Report, Valerie Hamilton, Posted: Apr 29, 2015

The oldest Vietnamese-language newspaper in the US was founded by and for refugees after the fall of Saigon 40 years ago.

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