Looking for a freelancer/s that can provide a translation for a two page press release (approximately 650 words) in three different languages – Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean.This is a one-time project with ASAP turn around needed. The client is DEWAR’S. Thank you! For more information: Carlos Munguia 7510 Sunset Boulevard,
AAJA has received information about events in the U.S. concerning the two detained Asian American journalists in North Korea, Laura Ling and Euna Lee.
Who Knows You? Breaking into the World of Freelancing By Joyce Chen In journalism, it isn’t so much who you know as it is who knows you. At the Asian American Journalists Association Los Angeles’ freelance workshop, held at the Los Angeles Times on Jan. 10, four panelists spoke about
The Go for Broke Monument commemorates the Japanese Americans of the U.S. Army and is a local resource for to educate communities about the legacy of the war efforts of Japanese Americans during World War II.
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.”
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]
Saturday, April 26, 2008 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. NBC News 3000 W. Alameda, Burbank, CA 91523. Rehearsal Hall 1. Park in the A Lot on California, between Riverside and Olive. Free and open to the public, but must RSVP to Gene Choo: Gene.Choo@nbcuni.com Sponsored by the Asian American Journalists