Chicago is home to a tremendous variety of ethnic groups. It should be no surprise, then, that a great number of diverse ethnic media outlets have arisen. These outlets provide valuable information to various immigrant communities via newspapers, radio, TV, and the Internet, among other forms of media.
According to High Brown Magazine, many immigrants in the 21st century “come as refugees from countries as far apart as Bhutan, Burma and Iraq, as well as Somalia, Eritrea, Liberia and Cuba.” According to the Buffalo-based Journey’s End Refugee Services, there were some 1,600 refugees resettled in Buffalo in 2012, with another 2,000 expected in 2013.
Cleveland's soul and identity is the creation of a diverse mixture of its ethnic groups. It makes its character more interesting since it brought different cultures, customs, and a myriad of traditional food. The significant groups contributing to making Cleveland what it is today are the Irish community, Italian, Polish, German, Chineses, and Slovenian community, along with many others.
Throughout history, Detroit was the place where people from all around the world were drawn due to the automotive industry. It has continued to enrich its ethnic picture until today. Michigan’s diverse ethnic population influenced the media, creating more than 20 ethnic media in this area.