NEW: The Wall Street Journal Opens Applications for Second Session of the WSJ Finance Reporting Fellowships
Applications are now open for the WSJ Finance Reporting Fellowships, a prestigious 12-month program in partnership with NAHJ and CUNY. Early career journalists with a passion for financial markets and personal finance will receive mentorship and training while working alongside The Wall Street Journal's expert teams. Don't miss this opportunity to develop your career and apply today.
ALMA'S 25TH ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL WORKSHOP
Celebrating Excellence: Al Macias Inducted into the Arizona Broadcasters Hall of Fame
We are thrilled to announce a momentous occasion in the world of broadcasting, as our very own Al Macias, President of ALMA, will be inducted into the prestigious Arizona Broadcasters Hall of Fame. This remarkable achievement is a testament to Al's unwavering dedication, outstanding contributions, and lifelong passion for the industry.
Celebrating Octavio Pulido's New Role as 'Noticias Telemundo Mediodía' Co-Anchor
We are thrilled to announce a remarkable achievement within the ALMA family. Our very own ALMA Board Member, Octavio Pulido, has been chosen as the Co-Anchor for 'Noticias Telemundo Mediodía.' This prestigious role is a testament to Octavio's talent, dedication, and passion for journalism.
Historic Launch of "Noticias Univision Arizona" Morning Newscast
We are thrilled to announce a groundbreaking moment in Arizona's media landscape as our esteemed board member and Univision Arizona News Director, Juan Villa, spearheads the launch of "Noticias Univision Arizona," the state's very first Morning Spanish TV Newscast. This is a historic moment that marks a significant milestone for Spanish-speaking viewers across Arizona.