Join AAJA Today With more than 1,700 members throughout the United States and Asia, AAJA serves a variety of needs. AAJA members are staff, reporters and freelance journalists for digital, print and broadcast media. Members also include students interested in careers in journalism and former journalists in public relations, academia and other fields that support AAJA’s mission.
Ordering the perfect gift is now easier than ever with the launch of GODIVA’s AAJA Member website. As an AAJA member and supporter, you can now enjoy a 20% discount starting Monday April 27
At our most recent meeting in San Francisco, the AAJA board turned its attention to a few truths: It’s been a tumultuous few years in journalism, and we realize that nothing at AAJA would be
Athima Chansanchai (AAJA-Seattle) has released her first book: “100 Things to Do in Seattle Before You Die” (Reedy Press). It’s a bucket list that helps kickstart an exploration of Emerald City for both visitors
Andrew LaVallee (AAJA – New York) has been promoted to deputy bureau chief for Greater New York at The Wall Street Journal. He joined the Journal in 2006, covering technology and media in New York
The deadline for 2015 award entries has passed. AAJA is proud to announce the call for entries and nominations for the 2015 National Journalism Awards, the 2015 Dr. Suzanne Ahn Award for Civil Rights &
Hanah Fadrigalan (AAJA-New England) has been promoted as a Promotions Coordinator at NBC Boston (WHDH-TV). She coordinates syndication and NBC programming feeds, completes daily logs, oversees production of syndication episodic promotion and manages co-op/internship
It has been an exciting and productive year for the Asian American Journalists Association’s governance restructure plan. On December 6, 2014, the AAJA governing board adopted bylaw changes to reflect the restructure plan approved in