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What does CCNMA stand for?

CCNMA stands for California Chicano News Media Association

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Throughout her career, Garcia has worked to increase the diversity of newsrooms and news coverage, and was recently recognized by the California Chicano News Media Association for career achievement on issues of diversity with the American Society of Newspapers Editors.
Guest panelists include senior executives from Nike, Disney, Taco Bell, Keebler, Goodby Silverstein & Partners, Dieste & Partners, Access Worldwide Cultural Access Group, Ark 21, and Cheskin Research; educators (University of Texas) and authors (Patricia Hersch, "A Tribe Apart"); and senior media executives from La Opinion, Si TV, KSSE-FM, California Chicano News Media Association and CNN en Espanol.
Besides NAHJ and NABJ, UNITY: Journalists of Color, the Society of Professional Journalists, the National Gay and Lesbian Journalists Association and the California Chicano News Media Association have called on the FCC to delay issuing new regulations until it received more public input.
Daily News Valley students win scholarships Four Latino San Fernando Valley journalism students have won the California Chicano News Media Association Joel Garcia Memorial Scholarship competition, officials said.
To help raise awareness of this important film among teachers and students, Farmers has partnered with three specially-selected community partners: the California Chicano News Media Association, the California Association for Bilingual Education, and the Association of Mexican American Educators.
``I think that people looked at Univision feeling they would get better news from a Spanish-language station about El Salvador than they would any of the other nation network stations in English,'' says Julio Moran, executive director of the California Chicano News Media Association.