Sea Beez launched about a year ago. Founder Julie Pham says:
“As ethnic media organizations gain the tools to develop their businesses and we begin to work together to build our industry, they become better equipped to amplify the voices of the ethnic communities they serve; to expand their audiences beyond their conventional ethnic boundaries; and to foster intercultural communication.”
Sea Beez offers a full range of services to strengthen the skills of Seattle’s ethnic media makers. The current focus is on helping ethnic media increase their capacity with a series of workshops and forums featuring “how to” information. The areas they have outlined for workshop offerings include branding, websites, legal rights, online advertising, journalism, research, multimedia, accounting, and ad sales.
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