Richard Prince's Journal-isms™

Gold Diggers, Jezebels and Baby Mamas!

Monday, October 14, 2013

Detroit radio personality Frankie Darcell staged a production last year of the NSurvey: Black women portrayed negatively in media; judge orders Heart & Soul owners to pay Writers; Reginald Stuart, Rochester, N.Y., paper win for diversity; ESPN backs columnist Reilly over Redskins quotations; black print magazine ads drop, Latino products rise; role of ethnicity varies among 5 Hispanic opinion editors; "When is it O.K. to call a scientist a whore?"; Fusion plans current events, not "traditional news"; Utah has its first regular African American anchorwoman (10/14/13).

 

Ray Suarez Quitting "PBS NewsHour"

Sunday, October 13, 2013

"Confident that something wonderful will shake out" (10/13/13); Obama's war on leaks called without precedent (10/10/13); shutdown challenges WaPo's federal-employee columnist; Obama fails to call on TV reporters at news conference; N.Y. Times news-page policy: "Obamacare" in quotes; "Redskins" debate said to miss diversity among Indians; Rene Sanchez named top editor at Star Tribune; Gannett names Susan Leath publisher in Wilmington, Del.; author invited, disinvited in Cuba-sensitive Miami; average African does not agree that "Africa is rising"; book says coverage of famine did more harm than good; "one of the most racially charged fashion seasons around" (10/9/13)

 

Obama's War on Leaks Called Without Precedent

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Government officials "deeply wary" of talking to media (10/10/13); Shutdown challenges WaPo's federal-employee columnist; Obama fails to call on TV reporters at news conference; N.Y. Times news-page policy: "Obamacare" in quotes; "Redskins" debate said to miss diversity among Indians; Rene Sanchez named top editor at Star Tribune; Gannett names Susan Leath publisher in Wilmington, Del.; author invited, disinvited in Cuba-sensitive Miami; average African does not agree that "Africa is rising"; book says coverage of famine did more harm than good; "one of the most racially charged fashion seasons around" (10/9/13)

 

 

"The Government Has Attacked Itself"

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Uncollected trash piles up near the Washington Monument grounds. (Credit: Ricky Shutdown challenges WaPo's federal-employee columnist; Obama fails to call on TV reporters at news conference; N.Y. Times news-page policy: "Obamacare" in quotes; "Redskins" debate said to miss diversity among Indians; Rene Sanchez named top editor at Star Tribune; Gannett names Susan Leath publisher in Wilmington, Del.; author invited, disinvited in Cuba-sensitive Miami; average African does not agree that "Africa is rising"; book says coverage of famine did more harm than good; "one of the most racially charged fashion seasons around" (10/9/13)

 

NAHJ Reps Recommend Unity Pullout

Monday, October 7, 2013

"Virtual Town Hall" meeting scheduled next week; Fox followed advice to use loaded health-care phrases; plans for local versions of NPR's "Code Switch" on hold; NAHJ reintroducing Ñ Awards at Chicago conference; editors' intervention kept story of "The Butler" alive; sports columnist Monte Poole joins Comcast network; four selected for sports department management training; followers tweet back, "What the hell is wrong with you?" (10/7/13)

 

Do Racial Issues Still Push Some Over the Edge?

Friday, October 4, 2013

Black woman's chase, slaying renews interest in theory; would Cleveland Indians fans dress in blackface?; five points the press misses in covering health care act; frustrated immigration advocates plan nationwide protests; Unity suspends search for executive director; Vincent Thomas to leave as editor of Shadow League; Paula Poindexter leads association of journalism educators; N.Y. papers' endorsement of losers tied to white lens (10/4/13)

 

AP, NPR Curb Use of "Obamacare" Term

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

New York expects to enroll as many as 1.1 million uninsured people over the nextEditors say association with law's opponents persists; he-said, he-said approach faulted in shutdown coverage; New Miss America booked for South Asian Journalists gala; Darius Walker given vice president title at CNN; D.C. anchor J.C. Hayward suspended in corruption probe; National Geographic's faces offer racial guessing game; editor calls nontraditional households bad for newspapers; Frank L. Fouce dies, helped launch Univision precursor (10/2/13)

 

Columnist Cleared of Spousal Assault Charge

Monday, September 30, 2013

Dallas' James Ragland reassigned for nearly two years; reactions differ on "Obamacare," "Affordable Care Act"; CNN names diversity V.P.; N.Y. Times won't fill post; N.Y. Times finds child firearm deaths underreported; columnist notes deaths by police tasers; even the blind can see that race matters (9/30/13)

 

Steinberg Elected Unity President

Friday, September 27, 2013

NLGJA delegate wins, 6-4, as NAHJ sits out vote; Lee Thornton, pioneer journalist, professor, dies at 71; Desiree Dancy, N.Y. Times Co. diversity officer, resigns; where's explanation of why we don't all look the same?; "digital divide" greater between whites, Hispanics; for correspondents, Kenya massacre was close to home; NAJA calls for newsroom discussion of team names (9/27/13)

 

CNN's Diversity Council Changing Leaders

Thursday, September 26, 2013

The New York Post ran this photo composite with a story, "Jeff Zucker shaking upNetwork says chair and vice chair out, but panel stays; Manny Garcia leaves Miami for Scripps after 23 years (9/26/13); McClatchy retirees lose health care benefit; militia in mall attack has terrorized, killed journalists; Arnold García retiring as opinion editor in Austin; AAJA's Paul Cheung to lead AP digital news production; Muslim producer for "On the Media" detained at border; reports on racist tweets called lazy journalism; advertisers spend only 3 percent on black media; CNBC host apologizes for quip about Indian Americans; NAHJ puts Fox on blast over Chris Wallace segment (9/25/13)

 
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