Richard Prince's Journal-isms™

Norris Leaving NPR to "Grow" Race Project

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Host says effort might expand beyond journalism (12/17/15); recycled Baltimore images — how true?; Editorial: Despite mistrial, "damaging" testimony emerged; critics say GOP debaters putting fear on ballot; FBI denies terrorist couple posted openly about jihad; "PBS NewsHour" spotlights "stagnant' newsroom diversity; NPR news, information staff Is 77.6 percent white; DuPonts honor pieces on Michael Brown, immigration; documenting Chinese who are adopted, living in U.S. (12/16/15)

 

 

Recycled Baltimore Images — How True?

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

With mistrial, opportunity to repeat prior mistakes; Editorial: Despite mistrial, "damaging" testimony emerged; critics say GOP debaters putting fear on ballot; FBI denies terrorist couple posted openly about jihad; "PBS NewsHour" spotlights "stagnant' newsroom diversity; NPR news, information staff Is 77.6 percent white; DuPonts honor pieces on Michael Brown, immigration; documenting Chinese who are adopted, living in U.S. (12/16/15)

 

Fallout Over a Dismissal at Poynter

Monday, December 14, 2015

Mentors, mentees follow Kenny Irby to new program; NABJ founders see "back to the future" on diversity; climate agreement falls short of goals of Native people; 5 ways to avoid Islamophobia in your coverage; news outlets differ on whether Scalia's words were racist; CNN producer files discrimination lawsuit; Serena Williams is S.I. Sportsperson of the Year; Max Cacas, veteran broadcaster, dies in D.C. at 61; U. of Detroit honors late sports producer Reggie Hall (12/14/15)

 

Journalists Who Rocked Their World

Friday, December 11, 2015

Our latest list of nonfiction books by journalists of color or those of special interest to them — the first of two — gives us a chance to praise journalists who rocked the world they found, paving the way for journalists who continue the struggle today.

 

 

Pulley Stepping Down as Hampton J-Dean

Friday, December 11, 2015

Business journalist takes N.Y. public relations job (12/11/15); media turn up heat on Trump; should reporters be packing heat?; HuffPost rebuffs NABJ request to correct finances story; students taught to produce stories for social media; NPR using more black sources, no change in Latinos; scant diversity progress seen for Hollywood's awards; judge holds back videos of Chicago officer's fatal shots; blacks progress, but more likely to be lower income; family plans no service for C. Gerald Fraser (12/9/15)

 

 

Media Turn Up Heat on Trump

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

It's policies, not personality, after anti-Muslim comments; should reporters be packing heat?; HuffPost rebuffs NABJ request to correct finances story; students taught to produce stories for social media; NPR using more black sources, no change in Latinos; scant diversity progress seen for Hollywood's awards; judge holds back videos of Chicago officer's fatal shots; blacks progress, but more likely to be lower income; family plans no service for C. Gerald Fraser (12/9/15)

 

C. Gerald Fraser, N.Y. Times Vet, Dies at 90

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

For his generation, "the Movement" was part of the DNA (12/8/15); HuffPost: Trump is no longer entertainment; Fox News suspends two over on-air Obama comments; despite financial woes, "NABJ is thriving," president says; video shows Chicago cops tasing college grad, who died; The Root to examine Obama's legacy as term winds down; black film critics group picks "Straight Outta Compton"; when the National Guard chaperoned the street dance (12/7/15)

 

HuffPost: Trump Is No Longer Entertainment

Monday, December 7, 2015

N.Y. Times compares candidate with past demagogues; Fox News suspends two over on-air Obama comments; despite financial woes, "NABJ is thriving," president says; video shows Chicago cops tasing college grad, who died; The Root to examine Obama's legacy as term winds down; black film critics group picks "Straight Outta Compton"; when the National Guard chaperoned the street dance (12/7/15)

 

Bizarre Moments for Media at Killers' Home

Friday, December 4, 2015

Reporters film what San Bernardino couple left behind; American Muslims say media aid in their demonization; Sun-Times wants feds to go deep in probing police; Roland Martin "crucifies" pastor who met with Trump; 900 Boko Haram hostages freed to little coverage; "How to Write About the Pope Visiting Africa"; "corrupt" Mexican loses case against D.C. correspondent; Columnist: Pull honor for baseball's color-line architect; capturing the spirit of Johnson Publishing Co. building (12/4/15)

 

San Bernardino Was One of the Victims

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Networks stay live for latest mass shooting; N.Y. Post banners, "MUSLIM KILLERS"; Chicago's dailies want 2nd video released; CNN admits "mistake" in Freddie Gray description; Harry Radliffe II, "60 Minutes" producer, dies at 66; Montgomery paper sees parallels with days of bus boycott; social media abuzz over Tom Joyner "getting the boot"; exit of Mexican immigrants might not be such good news; Coates says Whitlock pitch sounded like drug dealer's; group advances diversity among tech professionals (12/2/15)

 
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