Community and ethnic media outlets will receive new training in digital journalism thanks to a grant awarded to the CUNY Journalism School by the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment.
Representatives of different media outlets recently met to discuss cooperation, reports The Korea Times.
City Comptroller Scott Stringer addressed a lively crowd at the 14th annual Ippies Awards, given by the Center for Community and Ethnic Media at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism to honor the best work of the community and ethnic press in the metropolitan area.
The city has launched a new ad campaign aimed at immigrants who may be eligible for DACA, noting that they might also qualify, based on income, for Medicaid.
Community and ethnic media attended a conference on advertising in the digital age on April 28, organized by the Center for Community and Ethnic Media at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
ImpreMedia, parent company to El Diario/La Prensa, has donated the oldest Spanish newspaper in the U.S.’s private archive to Columbia University, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
A Nepalese journalist now living in the U.S. reflects on the one-year anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Nepal.
A new show will feature video interviews with Latinos on Noticia, the Long Island Spanish-language news site.
A block in Astoria, Queens, has been named National Herald Way in a tribute to the century-old Greek-American publication, report LIC/Astoria Journal and The National Herald.
New York Mexican groups staged a protest in front of a popular Spanish-language radio station because of jokes they deemed insulting towards Mexicans, Diario de México reports.
In Turkey, the government is silencing its critics amid political ferment, a bombing and the refugee crisis. Turks in NYC worry about the future of civil liberties at home.
Isseu Diouf Campbell, the founder of Afrikanspot.com, and Gustavo Martinez Contreras, a former reporter for El Diario, discuss concerns of the community and ethnic media outlets, in a segment from BRIC TV.
City Limits, whose early motto was “we cover the other New York,” celebrates 40 years of reporting on topics from homeless shelters to “green” jobs.
El Diario’s woes prompted a hearing on ethnic media at the Committee on Immigration of the New York City Council, and the city said it would do more to reach out to the media sector and place advertising in ethnic media outlets.
Some are concerned that El Diario, now manned by a skeleton crew and forced to work with dwindling resources, has lost the influence it once wielded as the city’s largest and oldest Spanish-language newspaper.