Trivia Bowl XXI: L.A. Times Wins 2nd Rice Cup

  A new venue, a new night of the week and three familiar names in the winners’ circle highlighted Trivia Bowl XXI, AAJA-Los Angeles’ annual fundraiser, held Oct. 20 in downtown Los Angeles. Los Angeles Times Team 2 won the competition with 39 points out of a possible 80, defeating

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summer interns 2016

AAJA-LA awards stipends for summer internships

In 2016, AAJA-LA revived its summer internship program, awarding stipends of up to $4,000 to students who worked at the Orange County Register, Pasadena Star-News and Nguoi Viet Daily News. The students were required to join AAJA and received mentoring from an AAJA member. Here are the students’ reflections on

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Trivia Bowl Logo 2016

Mark Your Calendars! Trivia Bowl Date Announced

Every year, we go big with our interactive, dynamic, and competitive trivia night – all to help fundraise for student scholarships while also vying for bragging rights as reigning champ! It will be a fun night full of games, trivia, auction, raffles, and lots of prizes! Join us: Thursday, October 20,

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Join us at our SoCal College Journalists Mixer

Whether you’re a current student or you recently graduated, whether you specialize in print or broadcast, let’s get to know one another. Please join us for our first college journalists mixer! This is part of AAJA-LA’s efforts to create opportunities for all college students in Southern California and foster a community. Those under 21 will

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2016 Chapter Scholarship Recipients

AAJA-LA Congratulates 2016 Chapter Scholarship Recipients

The Asian American Journalists Association, Los Angeles Chapter, is happy to announce the award recipients for its 2016 scholarship competition. The awards total $15,000, with six scholarship winners from around Southern California. The applicants were asked to submit a resume, an official school transcript, two letters of recommendation, a short

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Fifth Annual V3con to Celebrate Digital Media’s Asian American Pathmakers

The fifth annual V3con Digital Media Conference will be held and presented by the Los Angeles Chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) on June 24-25 at the Japanese American National Museum in Downtown Los Angeles. V3con celebrates Asian American contributions to media, digital media and culture. The event,

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From L-R: Convention co-chairs Leezel Trang Ho and Leezel Tanglao, and AAJA-LA President Jinah Kim

Apply for a complimentary registration to attend AAJA convention in Las Vegas

We hope you’ll join us at the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) national convention in Las Vegas this year, hosted August 10 to 13 at Caesars Palace. The deadline to register at the regular rate is June 26. After that date, the registration rates go up. If you would like

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David Ono

AAJA-LA Vice President of Broadcast David Ono Wins SPJ-LA Distinguished Journalist Award

The Society of Professional Journalists, Los Angeles (SPJ-LA) presented the Distinguished Journalist Award in the television category to ABC7’s David Ono on Thursday, April 14, at the Omni Hotel in Los Angeles. In introducing Ono, ABC7 president and general manager Cheryl Fair praised Ono on his reporting chops and turn at the anchor

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SNAPCHAT AND BEYOND: Optimize. Create. Share.

AAJA-LA has brought back its popular food panel with a 9 a.m. brunch event at Tin Vuong’s Little Sister Downtown next Saturday, April 23. Attendees will be treated to the Vietnamese bistro’s SGV-authentic dishes, which have been described by the Los Angeles Time’s Jonathan Gold as “addictive” and “gonzo.” Yahoo’s social media editor Angela Kim (@angelaishere), style

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