Internships with local media companies Sam Chu Lin AAJA – KTTV FOX 11/KCOP MyNetwork TV Internship In conjunction with the Asian American Journalists Association Los Angeles Chapter, KTTV FOX 11/KCOP MyNetwork TV will offer an internship in the News department for the Spring 2008 semester. AAJA-LA is committed to
Hi Fellow AAJAers! CNN is on the hunt for a programming executive to oversee Atlanta based programming and news operations. Details are as follows. If you have an interest and match the qualifications, please email your resume and cover letter to Brooke.email@example.com AND apply online at www.turnerjobs.com req # 115529.
Hey AAJA-ers! Mark your calendars for the first AAJA-LA Board Meeting of 2010! When: Jan. 30 at Noon Where: CBS2/KCAL9 4200 Radford Ave., Studio City, CA 91604 This meeting is open to the entire membership and convention committee members and anyone who wants to get involved with AAJA. Bring all
The Asian American Journalists Association’s Executive Leadership Program (ELP) looks at how Asian American and Pacific Islander values relate to high-level decision-making processes and leadership development. The program explores the responsibilities and challenges of the print, broadcast and online workplace and participants will gain an increased understanding of the corporate
METPRO: The Chicago Tribune is accepting applications for Metpro, a salaried newsroom training program for high-potential, highly motivated aspiring journalists with diverse backgrounds or life experiences. The candidate selected will receive six months of training at the Chicago Tribune starting in the fall. He/she will learn from experienced journalists about
The Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental reporting is recruiting journalists for two science training opportunities: the Twelfth Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists, June 6-11, 2010; and a Metcalf Institute Science Seminar for Journalists, March 31-April 1, 2010. The 12th Annual Workshop offers fellowships for early to mid-career journalists
In response to demand, the Freedom Forum Diversity Institute will expand its fee-based training programs next year in Nashville, Tenn., and offer at least five multimedia boot camps for journalism educators and professionals. Registration is available immediately and on a first-come, first-served basis for all classes scheduled in 2010. However,
Do you want to make a difference in your AAJA Los Angeles chapter? Do you want to showcase your amazing writing skills? If the answer is yes…great! We’re looking for student and professional members interested in submitting content for our Web site, http://www.aaja-la.org. Write a short piece about your experience in