At the company's Bay Area News Group, a Mobile Journalism Lab -- called a "MoJo" -- was rolled out on Friday.
What does BANG stand for?
BANG stands for Bay Area News Group (website and newspaper; San Francisco, CA)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 16 other meanings of BANG in our Acronym Attic
- Banco do Estado do Espírito Santo SA (Espírito Santo State Bank, Brazil)
- Banco Español de Crédito (Spanish bank)
- Banco de Exportación SA (Guatemala bank)
- Banco del Exito (microfinance)
- Bayesian Networks
- Bilateral Acoustic Neurofibromatosis
- Birmingham Association of Neighbourhood Forums (Birmingham, West Midlands, England, UK)
- Brachial Artery Normalization of Forearm Function
- Battalion Afghanistan National Guard
- Bay Area iNtactivists Group (Oakland, CA)
- Bis Acrylamide Nitrogen Gel (radiation dosimeters)
- Boston Area Naturists Group (Boston, MA)
- Brighton Animators Networking Group
- Broomhill Action & Neighbourhood Group (Sheffield, UK)
- to Eject From An Aircraft
- Buckley Air National Guard Base
- Buckley Air National Guard Base Regulation
- Bennett Army National Guard Facility (Colorado)
- Bay Area Network Gaming Group
- Badan Anggaran (Indonesian: Agency Budget)
Samples in periodicals archive:
From November 2012 to January 2013 in Northern California, four people lost their lives to sneaker waves, according to a Bay Area News Group report.
The pleasanton, Calif based credit union' multi media blitz included website messaging, media pitches, print ads in The San Francisco Chronicle and Bay Area News Group papers, online advertising with group newspaper sites and emails to members.
She has reported for Red Herring magazine, the Bay Area News Group and the Los Angeles Times' community newspapers.
The poll was conducted by the Bay Area News Group and released Tuesday.
Earlier, Turpin spent almost three years as vice president of sales and marketing at the Bay Area News Group, of which the Sentinel is a part.