Armenian Media in Glendale, CA
Established in 1999, AMGA produces numerous TV shows for the Armenian community in Armenian, English and Russian languages. The shows are then distributed and broadcasted throughout various Armenian-rich communities throughout the US and Canada.
Established in 1985, ARTN broadcasts its various Armenian and Russian language shows to numerous cable providers in the US, Canada, and Mexico that have a prevalent Armenian population.
Started in 1970, Kach Nazar (Քաջ Նազար), which translates to Nazar the Brave in English, is a political and social satirical comic magazine printed quarterly. The magazine also has a weekly TV program, with the same name (although oddly transliterated dif ...
Nor Hayastan (Նոր Հայաստան), founded in 1992, is an independent Armenian-only newspaper published daily and distributed free of charge in Glendale and nearby cities.
Started in November 2005, Oragark (Օրակարգ) is an Armenian language periodical focusing on news, events and issues affecting the Armenian-American community in the city of Glendale.
In publication since 1985, USA Armenian Life is an English language weekly newspaper/magazine reporting on Armenian related news from Armenia and the diaspora.
USArmenia Television Network was established in 2007. It has strong ties with Armenia TV (Արմենիա Թի-Վի) in Armenia, which allows the two to share programs between the two stations in the two different countries.