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Navajo Times

HQ Phone:  (928) 871-1130

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Navajo Times

Highway 264 & Route 12

Window Rock, Arizona,86515

United States

Company Description

The Navajo Times Publishing Co., Inc. is a for-profit corporation organized under the laws of the Navajo Nation. The Navajo Times was established by the Navajo Tribal Council in 1959 as a newsletter. The first issue of the Navajo Times newspaper was publishe...more

Background Information

Employment History

Intern

Arizona State University


Affiliations

Arizona Newspaper Association

Board Member


UNITY

Member of UNITY Board of Directors


Native American Journalists Association

Navajo Times Publisher


Stanford University

Knight Fellow In Journalism


Education

Freedom Forum's American Indian Journalism Institute


journalism

Arizona State University


journalism

Mesa Community College


newspaper management

Stanford University


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Tom Arviso, Navajo Times, Window Rock, Arizona


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Tom Arviso Jr., Chief Executive Officer and Publisher


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Among those speaking were Tom Arviso Jr, publisher of the Navajo Times, Suzanne Gamboa of NBC Latino, and Eric Ortiz, CEO of Evrybit.


Two Receive 2012 Robert G. McGruder Award for Diversity Leadership - APME - Associated Press Media Editors

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Tom Arviso, publisher and chief executive officer of the Navajo Times in Window Rock, Ariz., and James Mallory, recently retired senior managing editor and vice president of news of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, are the recipients of the 11th annual Robert G. McGruder Award for Diversity Leadership, awarded by the Associated Press Media Editors.
Tom Arviso Arviso and Mallory were honored for their longstanding commitment to diversity in newspaper content and in newsroom recruiting and staff development. "We're thrilled to recognize Tom Arviso and James Mallory, both champions of diversity in newsrooms in the spirit of Bob McGruder," said Bob Heisse, president of APME and executive editor of The State Journal-Register in Springfield, Ill. "Their work, particularly in these challenging times in our industry, is impressive. In the nominating letter for Arviso, Teri Hayt, managing editor of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, who has worked closely with Arviso, described him as a journalist "with a deep commitment to nurturing minority journalists and delivering top notch news reports to a minority population." In the nominating letter for Arviso, Teri Hayt, managing editor of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, who has worked closely with Arviso, described him as a journalist "with a deep commitment to nurturing minority journalists and delivering top notch news reports to a minority population." Arviso was hired as managing editor in 1988 and became editor and publisher in 1993. Under his leadership, the paper separated from the tribal government in 2004 to become an independent business and newspaper. Arviso has spearheaded press freedoms for Native American newspapers for almost three decades, Hayt said. Arviso spends countless hours talking to youth in his community and students at the universities in the four corners of Navajo nation - Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah, his nomination said. "We need our own people to come in and tell our own stories and really serve as educators to the rest of the non-Native people," Arviso says. Arviso and Mallory will be recognized for their contributions to diversity in the news industry at the annual Associated Press, APME and McGruder awards luncheon at noon on Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Wyatt Center Rotunda of Vanderbilt University.


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