Posts Tagged as "Media"

ANOTHER VIEW: VoiceWaves Tells Own Stories

Feb. 18, 2013 / By
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This article was written for the Long Beach Gazettes by VoiceWaves Community Engagement Coordinator Antonio Ruiz...

Palacio De Long Beach Jan/Feb 2013

Jan. 19, 2013 / By
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Palacio De Long Beach Jan/Feb 2013

 

Message from the Publisher, Andrea Sulsona

As we begin our 4th year of publication, this is our 22nd issue of Palacio de Long Beach Magazine...

Television’s New Name in Long Beach: PADNET

Nov. 2, 2012 / By
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In a city without it’s own local television station and only one Long Beach-based radio station, local media coverage is sparse...

Shifting the Technological Paradigm

Oct. 4, 2012 / By
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Often understaffed and overworked, non-profiteers have often had to juggle multiple tasks all white struggling to get schooled on all the latest #hashtags, widgets and cloud computers...

VoiceWaves Is Recruiting

Sep. 5, 2012 / By
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VoiceWaves is seeking committed, engaged and enthusiastic Long Beach Youth to participate in a journalism and media-training project...

Final San Diego Boot Camp Youth Projects

Aug. 5, 2012 / By
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2012 YOUTH MEDIA BOOT CAMP: SAN DIEGO

In July 2012 the Media Arts Center San Diego, with funding from The California Endowment, hosted a three-day boot camp to train Southern California youth journalists how to effectively tell individual stories within a community context.

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San Diego Youth Media Boot Camp: The Stories

Jul. 22, 2012 / By
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July 6-8, a group of young people from around Southern California including Long Beach gathered at  Media Arts Center San Diego  for an intense 3-day Boot Camp in Journalism and Media...

The Future of Media Shaped By Youth

Jul. 18, 2012 / By
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July 6-8, a group of young people from around Southern California including Long Beach gathered in San Diego for an intense 3-day Boot Camp in Journalism and Media...

Language Barriers Could Dampen Exchange Enrollment

Mar. 11, 2012 / By
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New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Posted: Mar 11, 2012

Health care advocates worry that more than 100,000 Californians who are eligible to purchase affordable insurance through the Health Benefit Exchange will not enroll because of language barriers, according to a study released last week by the Oakland-based nonprofit, California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN)...

Media Training Conference Looks at CA’s 2012 Election Issues

Mar. 6, 2012 / By
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Oakland Local, News Report, Eric Arnold, Posted: Mar 06, 2012

Is 2012 the year that California’s ethnic electorate becomes the decider in the state’s future?

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When is a Tweet a Cry for Help?

Mar. 1, 2012 / By
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The kNOw Youth Media Fresno’s Youth Voice

http://www.theknowfresno.org/2012/02/when-is-a-tweet-a-cry-for-help/

Yesterday, T.J. Lane, a 17-year old student at Chardon High, fired 10 shots
in his school’s cafeteria.Three students died and two were wounded.Lane posted on
Twitter that he was going to bring a gun to school.People who knew him said he
was quiet and didn’t really have friends.

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People’s State of the City: Looking for Media Coverage

Mar. 1, 2012 / By
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By Antonio Ruiz, Community Engagement Coordinator, VoiceWaves

Over the next week, I’ll be working with one of our Youth Journalists, Wendy Lopez, to edit and post community voices we recorded at yesterday’s historic People’s State of the City event in Long Beach...