In survival mode, diversity is a luxury. Few question the rallying cry that newsroom diversity is woefully lacking. Truth be told, though, good intentions to boost hiring haven’t translated to robust numbers: ASNE pushed its 2000 “racial parity” goal to 2025, but as the body count rises, the percentages are slipping (see tinyurl.com/yln53eh).
December 23rd, 2002 • Quill Archives
Study: Ethnic media fills increasingly important role
Self-help, property taxes, cardio kickboxing – and ethnic media. If California has been about setting trends for the rest of the nation, then media and advertisers alike should pay heed to a survey released by New California Media (NCM) on the integral role of ethnic media in the 21st century.
Eva Martinez moved back to her native San Francisco in 1989, four years after moving to Los Angeles with her new husband, a labor organizer. The marriage hadn’t worked out, so she and her 14-year-old son, Dionisio, were on their own again.