April 23, 2014

Press Room

Gov. Snyder, NYC Mayor To Talk Immigration In Detroit

DETROIT (WWJ) – New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg made headlines earlier this year with comments he made about immigrants saving Detroit. On Monday, Bloomberg will be participating in an immigration conference with Michigan Governor Rick Snyder...
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Gov. Rick Snyder, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to Discuss Immigration and Michigan's Economic Future During New Michigan Media Conference at Wayne State

PRNewswire-USNewswire

New Michigan Media, a network of ethnic and minority media throughout the state, will host a conference focused on the role of immigration in the revitalization of Michigan's economy on Monday, July 18, at Wayne State University...
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Gov. Rick Snyder and NY Mayor Bloomberg to speak about immigration and the economy at New Michigan Media conference at WSU

The Arab American News

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder will deliver his first major speech on immigration and the regional economy at the New Michigan Media Conference on July 18, 2011 inside Wayne State University’s McGregor Memorial Conference and Community Arts Auditorium. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is expected to speak about the topic as well through a video segment to morning panelists...
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Immigration and Metro Detroit's future

On Monday, July 18 the New Michigan Media Conference: Immigration and Michigan's Economic Future, will be held at Wayne State University. Governer Snyder is the featured speaker and the event is free...
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Snyder to speak in Detroit about how immigrants, immigration can help revitalize Michigan

Nancy Kaffer
Crain's Detroit Business

Can immigrants save Michigan?

That's the question that a high-profile group of participants will try to answer Monday at the New Michigan Media Conference: Immigration and Michigan's Economic Future, set for Wayne State University...
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Snyder to speak in Detroit about how immigrants, immigration can help revitalize Michigan

Michael Wayland
MLive.com

Gov. Rick Snyder is expected in Detroit a week from today to address the role of immigrants and immigration in the revitalization of the state's economy.
The keynote speech is part of the inaugural Immigration and Michigan's Economic Future conference, taking place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 18 at Wayne State University. Snyder is scheduled to speak from 12:30-2 p.m. at the WSU Community Arts Auditorium, 450 Reuther Mall...
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Snyder, NYC mayor to tout immigrants

Kim Kozlowski/ The Detroit News

Gov. Rick Snyder and New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg will be featured speakers during a Detroit conference on how immigrants can boost the economy, officials announced Thursday.
The daylong conference, to be held Monday at Wayne State University, will be Snyder's first major speech on immigrants, whom he sees as playing a vital role in getting Michigan back on the path to prosperity. It is being hosted by New Michigan Media, a statewide network of ethnic and minority media, along with Global Detroit, an effort to make the region welcoming to immigrants and attract international investment and businesses that create jobs...

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Michigan should avoid divisive immigration

Detroit Free Press
July 14, 2011

Gov. Rick Snyder on Monday will make his first major policy speech on immigration. Snyder already has signaled his opposition to an Arizona-style immigration bill, saying any such measure would further divide our state. Here's why that's a wise position....
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Ethnic media’s role vital to Michigan’s vast, diverse populations

 

(Left to right) Osama Siblani, Elias Gutierrez, Hayg Oshagan, Arthur Horwitz, Tack Youn-Kim
photo by Anne Marie Tyszka


Publishers of Detroit’s key ethnic newspapers discussed the vital role ethnic media plays in Michigan. The publishers were guests for the Spotlight on the News public affairs show with Chuck Stokes, program host and director of Public Affairs for WXYZ-TV, Channel 7, Detroit.

Guests who appeared on the program were Osama Siblani, publisher, Arab American News, Tack Young Kim, publisher, Michigan Korean Weekly, Arthur Horwitz, publisher, The Jewish News, and Elias Gutierrez, publisher, Latino Press.

The editors appeared on Spotlight On The News as part of a newly created association of ethnic media in the State of Michigan, New Michigan Media (NMM). This association represents more than 120 ethnic and minority media outlets in the state, which serve hundreds of thousands of readers, viewers and listeners in the Michigan media market.

The program regarding the presence of ethnic media in Michigan is scheduled to air mid-September. Spotlight On The News airs Sunday morning at 11:30 a.m. on WXYZ-TV, Channel 7.

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New Michigan Media, NMM, is a network of ethnic and minority media in the State of Michigan which first came together in 2006 under the direction of Professor Hayg Oshagan, director of NMM, and Anne Marie Tyszka, assistant director, at Wayne State University's Department of Communication. The NMM network represents the 100+ ethnic and minority media outlets in Michigan, which serve hundreds of thousands of readers, viewers and listeners in the Michigan media market.

This year, NMM will hold news briefings, conferences, professional workshops, provide an ethnic news server and publish an ethnic and minority media directory.
NMM is funded and supported by a grant from the McCormick Foundation and is affiliated with New America Media, an organization which networked 700+ ethnic media outlets in California.
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