The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) will conduct three Media Institute trainings in partnership with The Asian American Foundation (TAAF). After a two-year hiatus during the COVID-19 pandemic, Media Institute … Continue reading AAJA Media Institute to Conduct Three Community Trainings, In Partnership with The Asian American Foundation
Previous Next Pitch program ideas, join the Convention Planning Committee Planning for #AAJA22 is underway and we want to hear from YOU, #AAJAFamily! It’s our first in-person convention since 2019, … Continue reading #AAJA22 Updates: What Do You Want To See At Our First In-Person Convention Since 2019?
A reunion & homecoming in Los Angeles Please save the dates July 27-30, 2022 for our first in-person AAJA convention since 2019, taking place at the Sheraton Universal Hotel. An … Continue reading Announcing our 2022 National Convention, July 27-30, in Los Angeles
#AAJA21 early bird registration is now open! Join us virtually August 24-28, 2021 for an amazing lineup of speakers, panels and events.
The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is pleased to announce WarnerMedia is the presenting sponsor of AAJA’s 2021 Annual Convention (#AAJA21).
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 16, 2020 AAJA 2020 Awards Ceremony & End of Year Celebration Presented by Joie Chen, Pablo Iglesias, Michelle Ye He Lee, and Nicole Dungca WASHINGTON, DC … Continue reading AAJA Presents 2020 Awards Ceremony & End of Year Celebration
We’re excited to provide you with updates about #AAJA20 soon! Until then, we’re taking down our registration website so you don’t have to worry about meeting any deadlines. We’re working hard to ensure that … Continue reading 2020 National Convention Update
Join AAJA NY Chapter President and journalism tools trainer Frank Bi for a series of hands-on workshops focused on free digital tools that you can add to your toolbox … Continue reading Google News Initiative and AAJA Training Series
ProPublica launches new tool Collaborate for managing crowdsourced and collaborative data projects.
ProPublica’s Local Reporting Network can help reporters tell important stories that they otherwise wouldn’t take. Find out more from ProPublica deputy managing editor Charles Ornstein and engagement reporter Beena Raghavendran.