NEW YORK – How does a recent college grad find herself perched on a SoHo sidewalk at 6 a.m. on a Wednesday, waiting two hours to pay $5 for a dessert that most of the world has never heard of? Journalism, of course. I’m here in everyone’s favorite concrete jungle
AAJA-LA Members, There are currently two pending deadlines for Thursday, November 16 coming from AAJA National, which you may have already received directly. UNITY Name If you would like to weigh in with UNITY Name Task Force to find a name that both reflects the new UNITY mission statement, your
Invitation Only: Pre-Unity and Post-NABJ Mixer at KTLA (6/28/12) As a celebration in anticipation of this summer’s convention, AAJA-LA Members who are registered for UNITY are exclusively invited to attend a Pre-Unity and Post-NABJ Mixer at KTLA with members of the local UNITY alliance organizations: California Chicano News Media Association
By Phil Ige, 2011 AAJA LA Board Member/KTLA 5 Photojournalist AAJA-LA Chapter member and KTLA photojournalist Brian Choo has been put in charge of the AAJA National Convention student-operated project AAJA Voices, a program that provides hands-on news training to college students. Choo, who works on both special projects and
Check out what your colleagues were saying about the AAJA National Convention with this interactive feature, courtesy of Google Lab. Locate tweets by time, event, and date. Click here to see all the tweets from the four-day convention. Catch some useful links and commentary on the AAJA National Convention hosted in
This is a session for local community organizations to learn how to pitch their stories to the media and how to get their news covered.
We need your Rolodex and ideas on the people, speakers, journalists, innovators, industry leaders and colleagues that you’d like to see featured in the programming. We are looking for dynamic individuals that can be very hands-on and practical, not just theoretical. So drop us a note with the name of
Early Bird Convention Registration - Deadline April 16! The annual Asian American Journalists Association returns to Los Angeles for the first time in 17 years August 4-7, 2010 at the Renaissance Hotel near the world-famous Hollywood & Highland entertainment complex.