Founded in 1994 with 18 members, the South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA) now has chapters in many major U.S. cities and serves as "a networking and resource forum for journalists of South Asian origin and journalists in South Asia or the South Asian Diaspora." Their homepage contains a good deal of information for current or potential members, such as a list of chapters, a job bank, and official press releases. One particularly helpful section of the site is the "Profiles" area. Here visitors can learn about SAJA members who work as freelancers, magazine writers, television reporters, and so on. The site also includes information about scholarships, and a style guide for journalists who wish to better understand South Asia. The site is rounded out by a list of reporting tips and information about the US media outlets and coverage in South Asia.


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