Sunday, 20 April 2014

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De Blasio Talks Policy with City’s Ethnic Media

De Blasio Talks Policy with City’s Ethnic Media

The mayor discussed affordable housing, immigration and other topics at a roundtable at City Hall.

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Radio Show Brings Indigenous Communities Together

Radio Show Brings Indigenous Communities Together

A group of Guatemalan immigrants have launched a radio show in Spanish, Quiché and English, which broadcasts from an East Harlem church, El Diario/La Prensa reports.

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NYC Comptroller Opens Dialogue with Ethnic Press

NYC Comptroller Opens Dialogue with Ethnic Press

Stringer discussed audits of NYCHA and diversity in contracting in a Q&A on March 20.

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Community Concern Over Unpaid High-Profile Korean Ads

Community Concern Over Unpaid High-Profile Korean Ads

Unreceived payments for ads on disputed territory and "comfort women" in Times Square have experts worried that this could spell a backlash against Korean promotional efforts in the future, reports The Korea Times.

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‘Stop Killing El Diario/La Prensa,’ NiLP Urges

‘Stop Killing El Diario/La Prensa,’ NiLP Urges

The departure of top editors threatens the paper's future, warns the National Institute for Latino Policy.

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How the Media Covers Immigration Issues

How the Media Covers Immigration Issues

Personal stories, told naturally and with detail, are key, three journalists said Thursday.

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Koreans Slam NY Post for ‘Lunar-tics’ Headline

Koreans Slam NY Post for ‘Lunar-tics’ Headline

The Post, which mocked a proposal to make the Lunar New Year a public school holiday, generated widespread condemnation in the Korean community, reports The Korea Times.

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Karen Pennar Named New Editor of Voices of NY

Karen Pennar Named New Editor of Voices of NY

The Washington Heights native and former economics writer for BusinessWeek had been the website’s interim editor.

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Lover of Cities, Agent for Change

Lover of Cities, Agent for Change

As City Limits editor, Jarrett Murphy pursues a lifetime commitment to meaningful and provocative journalism.

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Chinese Newspapers Wage ‘Old-Fashioned Media War’

Chinese Newspapers Wage ‘Old-Fashioned Media War’

Representatives of four competing Chinese-American newspapers discussed the relative strengths of their publications.

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Youth Group Fills Void in Women’s Magazines

Youth Group Fills Void in Women’s Magazines

A young women's group in the Bronx produces POP Magazine as a remedy to the dearth of images and positive portrayals of women of color in the media, reports Hunts Point Express.

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