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.
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Melissa Mark-Viverito met with members of the community and ethnic media to offer greater access to City Hall and encourage reporting on the Council’s legislative role.
Stringer discussed audits of NYCHA and diversity in contracting in a Q&A on March 20.
The last of the Center for Community and Ethnic Media’s fall trainings, about covering NYC, will be held on Thursday, December 5 at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
The Center for Community and Ethnic Media will hold the third of its 4-workshop fall training series on opinion writing on November 7. The trainings are geared at boosting the journalism skills of reporters from the ethnic and community press.
A training workshop for journalists to boost social media skills will be held October 24 at the Center for Community and Ethnic Media at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Participants will learn the basics of Twitter, LinkedIn, and more.
Experts discussed Latino issues and the candidacy of Adolfo Carrión at a panel organized by the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, reports El Diario-La Prensa and LatinTrends.
CUNY’s NYC Election Atlas 2013 maps electoral data critical to understanding the mayoral elections this fall.
The mayoral hopeful pushes his ideas on revamping education, policing and affordable housing despite dismal poll numbers.
The candidates had many disagreements during the exchange sponsored by the Center for Community and Ethnic Media.
In a forum with the community and ethnic press, Republican mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis talked affordable housing and keeping NYCHA buildings safe, and his campaign’s efforts to meet with the many ethnic groups of the city, as evidenced by his “Lats for Cats” group – as in Latinos for Catsimatidis.
Mayoral candidates react to a report that showed that the Bloomberg administration spends only 18 percent of its advertisement budget in community and ethnic publications.
Mayoral candidate John Liu sat with reporters and editors from the community and ethnic media, fielding whatever question was thrown his way and injecting most answers with a bit of humor.
“I’m inextricably linked with the Giuliani administration,” said Republican candidate for mayor Joe Lhota. The businessman claimed the legacy of the last two mayors while carefully outlining “stylistic” differences.
Setting himself as the progressive choice for mayor, Democratic contender Bill de Blasio promised, if elected, 200,000 new units of affordable housing, a better relationship with the city’s unionized workers and new health and education programs that would be funded by taxing the wealthiest New Yorkers.