New America Media, News Report, Posted: Mar 30, 2013
New York's annual Ippies Awards once again celebrated the best in reporting by the area's ethnic media.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Mar 14, 2013
Over 30 journalists and community advocates from across the Bay Area gathered Wed. for a briefing on Gov. Brown's school funding proposal.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Mar 01, 2013
NAM Briefing for Ethnic Media Journalists on California's Local Control Funding Formula.
New America Media, Press Release, Posted: Jan 18, 2013
Looking to outsmart soda companies, who are pushing a new advertising deal with singer Beyoncé, youth in California are pushing a different message.
New America Media, Event, Posted: Oct 10, 2012
Candidates vying for seats on the seven-member CCSF Board of Trustees will gather at New America Media on Friday, Oct. 12 to discuss their plans to preserve one of the city’s most vital institutions.
Multi-Awarded TV Anchor Belva Davis Hosts the 2O12 NAM Northern CA & Central Valley Ethnic Media Awards Gala on July 19th!
New America Media, Event, Posted: May 04, 2012
DEADLINE EXTENDED: May 11, 2012 There's less than two weeks to go before the new POSTMARK DEADLINE of MAY 11th and we look forward to receiving all your submissions soon!
New America Media, Event, Posted: May 03, 2012
Congressman Jim Costa has served in Congress since 2005 and during that time he has applied his farming background to fighting for Valley water, agriculture, and the economy. Costa will share his vision on natural resources protection and promoting community health and will respond to community concerns around air and water quality and community health. NAM will announce mini-fellowships to support reporting on key environmental issues for limited ethnic media.
New America Media, Event, Posted: Apr 25, 2012
EdSource surveyed the state’s 30 largest school districts over a 9-month period on how they are responding to the budget crisis and the recession. Eight stress factors were identified to gauge where key pressure points are hitting local schools, from teacher layoffs to increasing poverty.
New America Media, Event, Posted: Apr 24, 2012
Ethnic communities are the strongest conservationists in the state, according to a recent bipartisan poll commissioned by the Colorado College. Join a roundtable discussion with ethnic media and community and environmental groups to learn about the key issues affecting diverse communities in Colorado, including energy, water and public lands and parks.
New America Media, Event, Posted: Apr 16, 2012
Co-hosted by New America Media and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) How to report on: -The growing ethnic vote -First-time candidates of color and the most contested races -The races no one is watching and why they matter -Initiatives that could reset the button on California's budget crisis
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