Coming Soon: AAJA Ford Foundation Blog
Good stuff! Via aajaford: Hi folks. Theodore Kim here. This is a blog for our 2011 AAJA Convention Ford Foundation attendees. Many of them plan to post their convention experiences here on a regular basis. We’ll take the best or most thoughtful posts and reblog them on our Official Convention Tumblr page. Watch for posts as the convention ramps up! [ Posted by Theodore Kim | @TheoTypes ]
More Journalism Jobs (as of July 24, 2011)
The original list is (still) here. If anyone wants to help me code up a running compendium, please let me know. TwoThree extras this week: BNET’s interesting read on what to do when you’re between jobs. NPR News is hiring a recruiting manager. So, while this isn’t strictly journalism, you can make a difference and help capable journos land on their feet with an organization...
AAJA Convention Tumblr Spinning Up
Keep an eye on this space! Via aajaconvention: Howdy, folks. The 2011 Asian American Journalists Association Convention in Detroit is just around the corner and we’re again ramping up our convention Tumblr page. Watch this space for real-time updates about the days ahead. We’re guessing that the blog will be most active during the convention itself. So please join us then! [Posted by...
More Journalism Jobs (as of July 16, 2011)
The original list is getting unwieldly — and it’s hard to delineate older posts that might have already been filled. I’ll be trying to aggregate updates about once a week (usually over the weekend). If anyone wants to help me code up a running list, please let me know. The jobs below are alphabetical by company and include, in brackets, the date on which they came to my...
Fun Times Await in Detroit
Here’s a note from Jon Wolman, editor and publisher of the Detroit News, and one of the hosts of the Asian American Journalists Association’s convention next month. Have you pre-registered? The deadline is 11:59 Pacific tonight. The Fist of Joe Louis, a landmark in downtown Detroit. [Photo by Doris Truong] Dear members, As the editor and publisher of The Detroit News, I...
Do You Recognize an AAJA Voices Friend?
It has been 20 years since the first edition of Voices was published, so AAJA is putting together an interactive and a video in time for this year’s convention. Katie Nelson is trying to contact alumni from the Asian American Journalists Association’s news project, especially from 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996 and 1998. Do you recognize anyone from 1992? What about 1996? Do you have...
2 More AAJA Convention Testimonials
You have only 1 week left to pre-register at a great rate to join the Asian American Journalists Association this summer when we converge for the 3 D’s: Digital. Diversity. Detroit! Who are some people you might meet during the convention, Aug. 10-13? Callie Crossley of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard: “I am recruiting, and I know I will find some excellent...