A new online platform, theBLOX TV, is offering Bronxites original content about their borough, reports Bronx Times.
A dispute between grocery stores and Orthodox Jewish publications in Boro Park has publishers turning to alternative means of distribution in a community where newspapers are flourishing. The Forward takes a look at the conflict.
NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer spoke about city contracting with Asian-American businesses and other topics at the office of Korea Daily in Long Island City.
A piece that appeared in Black Star News and Our Time Press remembers African Sun Times publisher Dr. Chika Onyeani and his many contributions to the African diaspora.
Ditmas Park Corner, Sheepshead Bites and other Brooklyn sites have been merged under BKLYNER.com.
CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources” looks at why some in the Latino, South Asian and other communities voted for Donald Trump.
Vishwa Sandesh became the first Nepalese paper to have sidewalk racks set up in Queens and Manhattan. Will it give the publication an edge in the competitive Nepalese newspaper market?
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.