Post Tagged with: "ethnic media"

Ewa Strzałkowska (Photo via Nowy Dziennik)

Polish Radio Station Goes Silent, Seeks New Home

Business, Media July 5, 2012 at 4:41 pm

Polskie Radio USA went silent after just half a year on-air, due to rising operation costs. But the creator of the Polish-language radio station, Ewa Strzalkowska, hopes to make a return to the airwaves, Nowy Dziennik reported.

Voices in Focus: A Vote of Confidence in the Ethnic Press

Media June 29, 2012 at 11:28 am

This morning we have news from two of our fellow New York news organizations that focus on covering immigrant communities: Long Island Wins has an opening for a community organizer, and Feet in 2 Worlds founder John Rudolph was interviewed recently about his organization’s origins and goals.

On This Week’s Feet in 2 Worlds Podcast: Us!

On This Week’s Feet in 2 Worlds Podcast: Us!

Media May 15, 2012 at 4:01 pm

Our friends at Feet in 2 Worlds were kind enough to invite our editor, Indrani Sen, onto their podcast to explain our mission here at Voices of NY, and the site’s evolution in the time that it has lived at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism.

President’s Same-Sex Marriage Stance Wins Accolades in Ethnic, Local Press

President’s Same-Sex Marriage Stance Wins Accolades in Ethnic, Local Press

LGBTQ, Media May 10, 2012 at 7:30 pm

President Barack Obama’s revelation that he “personally” supports same-sex marriage — in a taped interview with ABC News’ Robin Roberts — has sparked a range of reactions from the ethnic press and New York City’s community media. Many took the opportunity to debunk assumptions about their community’s stance on same-sex marriage.

The new Spanish-language nespaper INDIGNación dedicated an issue to the May Day Occupy Wall Street protests. (Photo by Jenny Marc via GlobalPost)

Media in Focus: A Blog Ends, Another Expands, and a Newspaper is Born

Media, Politics, Video May 7, 2012 at 4:52 pm

As the South-Asian blog Sepia Mutiny takes a bow, a new Spanish-language newspaper with roots in the Occupy Wall Street movement launches and the local news blog DNAinfo expands into all five boroughs.

Asian American press differs on John Liu investigation

Feet In Two Worlds compares the reporting, showing that while New York’s English-language media used the word “scandal,” Chinese newspapers called it a “fundraising issue,” and the Korean press used the word “allegation.”