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The Growth of Ethnic Media - Special Guest Odette Keeley of New America Media

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Odette Keeley is the Chief of Staff of New America Media. Mrs. Keeley also hosts and produces NAM’s TV program, "New America Now" on Comcast On Demand and their radio newscast "Stories From The Ethnic Media" on the public radio program, "New America Now" which is heard on 91.7 FM KALW out of California.

Odette Alcazaren-Keeley graduated Cum Laude with a degree in BA Communication, major in Broadcast Communication and minor in Broadcast Journalism from the University of the Philippines, Diliman.

NAM brings the voices of marginalized groups like ethnic minorities, immigrants, young people, elderly - into the national discourse to help influence public policy. NAM is also the United States first and largest national collaboration and advocate of over 2,000 ethnic news organizations. According to NAM, ethnic media is the fastest growing sector of American journalism.

Join us today as we welcome NAM’s Odette Keeley to discuss their mission, the new Comcast program and the growth of ethnic media in America. Visit New America Media.