Lori Matsukawa (AAJA Seattle) has been inducted in the Silver Circle by the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The Silver Circle includes a group of standout media professionals who have started their careers at least 25 years ago and have made a significant contribution to both the television industry and
Neal Justin of AAJA-Minnesota and Ken Moritsugu of AAJA-Asia have been nominated for the position of AAJA Vice President for Print. AAJA is holding a special election to fill the remainder of the term for
AAJA is saddened by the death of Jessica Lum, 25, of the Sacramento Chapter. AAJA extends its condolences to her family, friends and the many she touched with her work as a multimedia journalist. Her impact
AAJA is holding a special election to fill the remainder of the term of Tom Lee, AAJA’s Vice President for Print, who regrets he will not be able to complete his term and is
Shirley Lew (AAJA-New York) has been recognized by Manalapan, N.J.’s mayor and its township committee for providing continuous emergency information and service updates to the city’s residents on the Manalapan Township Television Network, MTTN-TV, and
AAJA has a new portal to welcome new members and allow current members to update their own information, renew their membership and easily take advantage of other opportunities. Why be a part of AAJA?
Purchase an AARP membership through the Asian American Journalists Association and you’ll enjoy access to a wealth of benefits designed to help everyone age 50+. For each membership purchased, AARP supports AAJA with a payment
Membership types and costs As a nonprofit organization of more than 1,500 members throughout the U.S and in Asia, AAJA strives to provide a means of association and support among Asian American and Pacific Islander
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The Asian American Journalists Association, in partnership with the Gannett Foundation, proudly recognizes groundbreaking work by a journalist or a team that creatively uses digital tools in the role of being a community’s watchdog.
Each year, the Asian American Journalists Association recognizes the best journalism in the categories of Online, Photography, Print, Radio and Television. The 2012 winners were announced at AAJA’s Gala Awards Banquet on Aug. 3