A Magazine by the Society of Professional Journalists

December 10th, 2004 • Quill Archives
Media outlets serving ethnic groups continue to grow, break news

Mainstream journalists often ignore stories in the ethnic media or use that ground-breaking work without properly crediting it. That’s the message panelists delivered during an SPJ National Convention session on relations between the ethnic and mainstream media. But some journalists hope that innovative partnerships between ethnic and mainstream news organizations can produce collaboration and healthy competition, both in the public’s best interest.