The journalism industry has shifted. AAJA wants you to stay ahead! Join AAJA-LA along with CSUN RTDNA on February 20th at 7pm at California State University, Northridge for our first “One-Person-Band” panel. This is event is open to students as well as working journalists and mid-career professionals. RSVP: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2860745567 Learn
ABC7 Team I ABC7 Team II ABC7 Team III AsianConnections.com Asian Pacific American Legal Center Cal State Long Beach/SPJ Cal State Northridge/RTDNA CBS2/KCAL9 CBS Network News Coca-Cola Team I Coca-Cola Team II Coca-Cola/Commissioner’s Team Edison International Team I Edison International Team II Edison International/CCNMA & NAHJ Fong & Chun/Romben Aquino,
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.
The Society of Professional Journalists, the nation’s most broad-based journalism organization, is planning the journalism-training event of the year. The 2010 SPJ Convention & National Journalism Conference, Oct. 3-5 in Las Vegas, is the industry event for all journalists in all forms of media. The conference, at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino,
Asian American Journalists Association’s Los Angeles Chapter invites you to workshop for students: “HOW TO LAND YOUR FIRST JOURNALISM JOB: ADVICE FROM INDUSTRY INSIDERS” Are you a graduating senior who wants to work in journalism or media? Or are you looking for your first internship at a newspaper, television/radio station, or website?
For the past two years, the APAHM Tour has strived to become the platform that showcases Asian American culture and talent nationwide. The APAHM Tour is a concert series that tours the top cities most populated by Asian Americans in the U.S.