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Due to a low response, this event will be postponed until early 2013.
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We are very excited to see you all!
– Shirley, Shirley, and Swati
AAJA is hosting an event focusing on different innovative initiatives in journalism and digital media. We will discuss start ups and efforts at various media labs to see anything new that is happening in the field of journalism.
Are you on the hunt for a job?
Have you ever dreamed about being behind the mic and talking to thousands over the radio? Or maybe you’d be perfect for producing the commercials that local advertisers rely on to bring in new customers.
From on-air and production to promotions, traffic and sales, come to the NHAB 2012 Job Fair on April 25 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at St. Anselm College in Manchester.
You can talk with hiring personnel from many New Hampshire television and radio stations about all the internship and job opportunities available! Be sure to bring your resume! WTSN-AM and WBYY-FM will be on hand to answer your questions on job opportunities.
AAJA member Paul Niwa of Emerson College will be a panelist at this discussion at MIT.
MIT will hold a panel discussion of violence against racial minorities in the US. Panelists will compare the Trayvon Martin incident and the death of Jicun Wu, owner of a Chinese takeout in Philadelphia, as instances of extreme violence against the black and Asian American communities. Martin was killed in Florida in February 2012, Wu died in Pennsylvania in March 2012: what does this say about the state of race relations in US society today?
AAJA is now accepting entries for 2012 National Journalism Awards.
AAJA’s National Journalism Awards, established in 1989, recognize and encourage excellence among journalists and outstanding coverage of Asian American and Pacific Islander issues. These awards demonstrate the ability of journalists–AAPI and otherwise–to cover the news with authority, sensitivity, insight and an eye towards diversity.
You do not need to be an AAJA member to submit an entry. Entries may be subject to fees.
Entries are being accepted in the following categories for either “Unlimited Subject Matter” or“Asian American Pacific Islander Issues:”
To download the entry form, click here.
AAJA is accepting nominations for National President, National Vice President for Broadcast and National Treasurerbeginning March 15, and ending April 30. These positions are for 2-year terms beginning Jan. 1, 2013.
These documents contain the qualifications, responsibilities of office and campaigning rules, which will be enforced by the elections supervisor (in this case, the National Secretary).
Voting will be by paper ballots or electronically. Ballots will be accepted June 1-July 16, and during the UNITY 2012 conventionAug. 1-3.
Asian|Boston Media Group (ABMG) is proud to announce the 5th Asian|Boston Networking Event, the ABNE-V. At this event, we will also be unveiling the first annual ‘ABMG Awards.‘ This program was established to recognize Asian Americans, who reside and contribute to New England and New York, via excellence in their respective fields of media, high-technology,
ABMG’s inaugural award will be in the media division, and will be presented during the event. It’s an honor to announce that the recipient of the first annual ABMG’s ‘Distinguished Asian-American in Media’ award is…
WHDH-TV’s 7News Reporter, Susan Tran.
The ABNE-V and ABMG Awards Ceremony will be held on Thursday, April 26th, at Hei La Moon Restaurant in Chinatown. Time: 6:30pm-9:30pm. Interested in being a Presenter at the ABNE-V? ‘Presenters’ are individuals or businesses that do short 3-minute promotions for their particular cause, ideas, new business ventures, etc. (Please see below for guest ticket info and how to become a ‘Presenter’)
Hei La Moon Restaurant
88 Beach St
Chinatown, Boston (617) 338-8813
For convenience, there is a parking garage adjacent to the restaurant.