Deadline to apply for the Knowledge@Wharton Business Journalism Fellowship is Aug. 8. The fellowship allows one 2008 AAJA member the opportunity to attend a four-day business journalism seminar, Oct. 12-15, 2008 at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. The fellowship covers the cost of tuition, materials and meals. For more information go to: http://www.aaja.org/programs/professional/fellowships/. This
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AAJA-LA board members Frank Buckley and David Ono, along with members Susan Hirasuna and Gordon Tokumatsu, were among the media broadcasters honored at the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center anniversary awards dinner. The event, held at the Omni Hotel in Los Angeles on June 1, marked the 28th anniversary of the
By LEILANI ALBANO AAJA-LA President Jinah Kim tells people who pitch stories to media outlets to be persistent in their efforts to get their ideas in the news. “Just keep pitching it,” says Kim, a news correspondent with NBC News. “If you believe in your product, eventually others will too.”
Sponsored by the Asian American Journalists Association Los Angeles Chapter and NBC, the free media access workshop is intended to teach non-profit and community groups how to interact with the media. It was held on April 26, 2008. ABC7 anchor David Ono moderated a panel of journalists and public relations
Jinah Kim, reporter/correspondent for KNBC and NBC News talks about what’s in a typical television newscast. Kim was panelist at a Media Access Workshop sponsored by the Asian American Journalists Association Los Angeles Chapter and NBC. [youtube xXTQaZF–3Q]
David Pierson, a staff writer with the Los Angeles Times talks about what makes a good story. Pierson was a panelist at a Media Access Workshop sponsored by the Asian American Journalists Association Los Angeles Chapter and NBC. [youtube Kfql4S4hcBM]
Bill Imada with the IW Group talks about his LUCKY strategy for community-based organizations to get their news in the news. Imada was a panelist at a Media Access Workshop sponsored by the Asian American Journalists Association Los Angeles Chapter and NBC. [youtube SMcmeoiCRts]