Washington D.C. (PRWEB) November 29, 2005
Already the largest-circulation, English language, Asian American newspaper in the greater Washington, DC metropolitan area -- ACE News, the Asian Capital Examiner, is increasing its press run by 10% to meet its growing circulation demands.
“We are very pleased to have such a loyal and expanding readership,” said ACE News Editor Stephen Yamamoto, “and we’re honored by the responsibility the public has placed on us. Our paper has always strived to provide the best in information, news, lifestyle & entertainment and, of course, local happenings. It is good to see our efforts rewarded by such an increase in local and national interests… naturally, more people being interested means more work so we’ll all have to push a little harder.”
“Working harder for ACE News is what I live for!” said Janet Cheung-Ohr, Marketing Director of ACE News. “Our readers depend on us to provide them with a paper that compliments their lifestyles and that isn’t easy. Asian Americans vary in interests and -- we’re such a complex group! That’s why there’s always something new and exciting to write about at ACE News… and new and exciting things to write about mean more new and exciting articles for our readers.”
Publisher TQ Nguyen agrees with Mr. Yamamoto. “There are two problems associated with being at the top of your field,” she said, taking a rare moment to stretch reflectively at her crowded desk. “One is (that) you’re always looking for ways to compete with yourself -- an internal sort of competition. The second is “competition” itself -- an external sort of race. Inevitably, there’s always someone looking to take Number 1’s place. So we have to keep improving. Fortunately, I have the best staff in the business to get the task done.” Ms. Nguyen continues, “They constantly surprise me by finding new and better ways to do things.” As a community leader, Ms. Nguyen is frequently invited to speak to local and national businesses on ways to market toward Asian Americans.
“Fitting in around here was quite easy,” said Leonard Silberstein, ACE News’s Special Correspondent. As one of the few non-Asian staff members, Mr. Silberstein contributes an eloquent voice and a most valuable insight to the paper. “One of the highest educated communities happens to be Asian Americans; and from our studies, we also recognize Asian Americans as one of the most affluent. With those guidelines in mind, I try to write articles catering to such a demand.”
ACE News (Asian Capital Examiner) is the largest English language, Asian American newspaper in Washington DC, Maryland & Virginia. Visit its website at http://www.ACE-News.com. For TQ Nguyen’s speaking & seminar dates, contact Janet Cheung-Ohr at firstname.lastname@example.org . Mr. Yamamoto can be reached at email@example.com. To advertise call 202-558-7955.
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