ATLANTA, GEORGIA —Five journalism groups coordinated the first Media Mix ATL on May 18 at the STATS Food & Drink in downtown Atlanta. With a mixture of conversation and cocktails, SPJ Georgia, along with the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA), the Southern Asian Journalists Association (SAJA), the National Association of Black Journalists (NAJB) and the National Hispanic Journalists Association (NHJA) gathered to network and talk about what kind of programming journalists in Atlanta and Georgia would like to be seeing from these professional organizations.
From the top: Ellen Eldridge, SPJ Georgia president-elect, attended the Media Mix Atlanta on May 18 at STATS Food & Drink in Downtown Atlanta. There was a large turnout for the Media Mixer with sponsors from the Asian American Journalists Association, Southern Asian Journalists Association, SPJ Georgia, National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Guests nibbled on food at STATS during the two-hour mixer. Devika Rao, board member of SPJ Georgia, on the right, talks with Media Mix guests including Mira Lowe (middle) from CNN. (Photos by Jason Meucci)