Award-winning journalist and author Yolanda Nava shares the next phase of her life journey in this NBCares. In the 70’s Nava became a groundbreaking female Mexican American journalist in Los Angeles California, a top 10 broadcast market. Recently, Nava was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease that caused the quick loss of her sight. Sandie […]
California freelance journalists may soon be free of restrictions imposed by a law that took effect on January 1. California Assembly Bill 5, or AB 5, regulated the work of independent contractors, including drivers for services like Uber, food delivery workers, hairdressers and other gig economy workers. But AB 5 also prevented freelance writers, editors and photographers […]
Two of American’s largest newspaper chains announced on Monday that they will merge, uniting hundreds of local newsrooms under a single company. New Media Investment Group, the parent company of GateHouse Media, said that it had arrived at an agreement to acquire Gannett for a combination of stock and cash. Both companies have vast portfolios. Gannett […]
College of the Desert radio station, KCOD, is on the move. Literally. While it may be just a stones throw from the main campus, it’s a move that will give students real-world experience that can’t be measured in distance. It’s what is now the new home of KCOD, at Monterey and Park View in Palm […]
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