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AAJA Member News: March 2014 Roundup

AAJA Member News: March 2014 Roundup

AAJA National March 31, 2014 Comments Off

Juju Chang (AAJA-New York) joins the ABC News team as a full time co-anchor of Nightline with Dan Abrams and Dan Harris. Juju was promoted to the new position after Cynthia McFadden left her role

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Group Hotel Rate Deadline Extended for 2014 AAJA National Convention

Group Hotel Rate Deadline Extended for 2014 AAJA National Convention

AAJA National March 27, 2014 Comments Off

The Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel is the official host hotel for the 2014 AAJA National Convention in Washington, D.C., August 13-16, 2014. Located in the Penn Quarter district, the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel

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AAJA Board of Directors

AAJA Board of Directors

AAJA National March 23, 2014 0

AAJA is guided by its Governing Board, with the counsel of its Advisory Board. The 11-member Governing Board is comprised of AAJA’s five National Officers plus six members elected from the Advisory Board. The Governing Board

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Yumi Araki: What VOICES Did For Me

Yumi Araki: What VOICES Did For Me

AAJA National March 11, 2014 Comments Off

Photo by Victor Jeffreys II How did AAJA VOICES shape your path? The AAJA VOICES program has not only shaped my path professionally through the editors with whom I keep in touch, but it has

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Doris Truong: Why I Support VOICES

Doris Truong: Why I Support VOICES

AAJA National March 11, 2014 Comments Off

Photo by Hyungwon Kang  How did AAJA VOICES shape your path? I came to VOICES several years into my involvement with AAJA, when I was already a working journalist. Being side by side with  journalists from a range of

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Dan Hill: How JCamp Launched His Career

Dan Hill: How JCamp Launched His Career

Paul Cheung March 11, 2014 Comments Off

by Dan Hill My first gig in a professional newsroom was as a high school sports intern answering phones and typing box scores to appear deep in the sports section of The Sacramento Bee. I

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