Trivia Bowl XIX is a rousing success

Trivia Bowl XIX ended the same way that six previous competitions did, with the formidable Japanese American Bar Association again winning the spirited team competition and taking home the Rice Cup. The event, held Friday, Oct. 10, at the ABC7 studios in Glendale, also crowned Cerrell Associates as the winner

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PROMINENT SPEAKERS, DIVERSE SUBJECTS TO HIGHLIGHT V3con

Using social media for social good, exploring the media’s lack of diversity, and building skills and knowledge through sessions on sports, food, fashion, writing and photography are among the highlighted subjects and program offerings at the 2014 V3 Digital Media Conference, to be presented June 20-21 in celebration of Asian American

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‘Getting Ready for the Big One: A Reporter’s Guide,’ May 8

In the last several weeks, jarring earthquakes have rattled the region, reminding all of us as residents and journalists of this unavoidable aspect of life in Southern California. Please join AAJA-LA and the Los Angeles Press Club for “Getting Ready for the Big One: A Reporter’s Guide” this coming Thursday, May 8, at

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‘Witness: The Legacy of Heart Mountain’: Saturday at JANM

“Witness: The Legacy of Heart Mountain,” a documentary film by ABC7 “Eyewitness News” anchor and AAJA-LA officer David Ono, will screen on Saturday, Feb. 22, in a presentation co-sponsored by the Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo. “Witness” tells the history and legacy of the World War II internment

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Want to be a speaker at V3con 2014?

Our Call for Panelists is open to all! We’re looking for speakers to be a part of 2014’s V3con (Vision. Visibility. Voice.), an ever-growing conference that teaches skills and evokes discussion around Asian American and Pacific Islanders in digital and social media, journalism, blogging and communications. We’re also looking for

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AAJA-LA and OC Press Club to present ethnic media panel

The Los Angeles Chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association and the Orange County Press Club are co-presenting an ethnic media panel on Thursday, Jan. 16, at 6:30 p.m. The event, “Ethnic Media in O.C.,” will take place in Hoiles Auditorium at the Orange County Register, 625 N. Grand Ave.,

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Results of AAJA-LA 2014 Board Elections

Thank you to all the candidates who expressed an interest in joining the AAJA Los Angeles Chapter Board. Thanks also to our members who participated by casting their votes to move our chapter toward an exciting 2014. It’s thrilling to see such support for AAJA-LA. We hope to capture that

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Official Ballots for 2014 AAJA-LA Board Elections Have Been Distributed

Eligible voting members of AAJA-LA should have received their official ballots electronically Friday morning, November 1, 2013 at 10:15am via SurveyMonkey. If you are a current Full or Student Member of AAJA-LA but did not receive a ballot, please check your spambox or write aajalalosangeles@gmail.com immediately. (Associate and Retired Members

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Final List of Candidates for the 2014 AAJA-LA Board of Directors

Thank you to all the AAJA-LA members who nominated candidates for this election, and especially to all the candidates who have agreed to run for a leadership position with the AAJA-LA Chapter. Candidate bios and statements are below and job descriptions can be found on the original Call for Nominations

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