Richard Prince's Journal-isms™

Final Jet Magazine Never Reached Some Shelves

Monday, June 16, 2014

Hudson's stores, most often found in airports, were not affected by the shutdownDistributor shuts down, frustrating many on East Coast; "People all over town are wearing . . . our front page"; Baquet undergoes surgery to remove tumor from kidney; Kevin Weston dies after battle with rare cancer, transplant; Daryl Gale, city editor of Philly Tribune, dies at 55; more TV stations originating news — local radio news down; Hispanics called most marginalized in U.S. election. (6/16/14)

 

"Reparations" Issue a Best-Seller

Friday, June 13, 2014

At forum, Coates also makes a case for journalism; in 4 papers, Ruby Dee's death was fully front-page news; at least 21 black columnists gone since 2008; Politico creates journalism institute, aided by Maynard; Univision's Ramos a clubby insider, columnist charges; CNN crew injured covering protest against World Cup; majority of blacks now say O.J. Simpson was guilty; how climate change affects blacks' kitchen table issues; ASNE announces Minority Leadership Institutes (6/13/14)

 

Heart & Soul Still Owes Writers Thousands

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

After a year, only half paid of promised settlement; NPR's Allison Keyes leaves as positions eliminated; services for Ray Boone livestreamed, still online; analysts see Cantor loss as setback on immigration reform; Bobby Ghosh leaves Time magazine for Quartz; anti-Redskins ad during NBA finals called skillful P.R.; Whitlock labeled most prominent but also most hated; readers contribute $35,000 to aid Nigerian schoolgirls; white cast members missing from Essence magazine cover; in news media, are Muslims the only "terrorists?" (6/10/14)

 

Ebony Loses Last Editor to Work With John H. Johnson

Monday, June 9, 2014

Historic week for company with Jet's last print edition; "If Asians said the stuff white people say"; Ezra Klein's Vox hires black journalist as "lead editor"; the racism beat can wear a writer out; U.S. financing new TV channel to combat Nigerian radicals; reactions to Bergdahl case divided along partisan lines; Chuck Arnold, music critic for people, exits; office of FCC's Clyburn was catalyst for black ownership deal (6/9/14)

 

Boost for Black TV-Station Ownership

Friday, June 6, 2014

Nexstar offers to sell 3 Fox outlets to entrepreneur; D-Day rites a time to recall multicultural effort; Jet's final print edition on newsstands Monday; social media cheer empowerment messages at Angelou service; how funny are black comedians insulting Africa?; Nigeria, Israel, Pakistan target news outlets; MSNBC cancels Karen Finney's weekend show; readers contribute to #WhatLatinosLookLike" (6/6/14)

 

"The Bravest Girl You'll Ever Meet"

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Story tells of polio victim who survived 10 days in forest; Memphis paper shifts columnist after 10-year run; Pharrell sorry he wore headdress for Elle U.K. cover; Paul DeMain, Native publisher, certified as Wis. candidate; Native American journalists turn to crowd funding; CNN plans to double staff of its political team; media critic Kurtz says Obama has "checked out"; Hollywood diversity report shows "dismal" results; black press group parts ways with its CEO and president (6/4/14)

 

Raymond Boone, Feisty Publisher, Dies at 76

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Richmond journalist insisted on high standards (6/3/14); one in 3 TV stations shares news with another outlet; Comcast purchase of Time Warner ;opposed on racial grounds; Angelou service Saturday will be private, but streamed; reaction to Google figures: Asians became white; . . . photographer Marilynn Yee retires after 37 Years of N.Y.; challenging an assertion that Latinos have, too; exposing companies that renege on diversity promises; Egyptian TV swayed voters from Morsi, toward Sisi (6/2/14)

 

One in 3 TV Stations Shares News With Another Outlet

Monday, June 2, 2014

Survey finds "one-man bands" on relentless march; Comcast purchase of Time Warner opposed on racial grounds; Angelou service Saturday will be private, but streamed; reaction to Google figures: Asians became white; . . . photographer Marilynn Yee retires after 37 Years of N.Y.; challenging an assertion that Latinos have, too; exposing companies that renege on diversity promises; Egyptian TV swayed voters from Morsi, toward Sisi (6/2/14)

 

Baquet Acknowledges Debt to Black Journalists

Friday, May 30, 2014

"I identify with people who don't have much power"; story on black poetry prompts familiar criticisms; Lozano Exits as La Opinión publisher, ImpreMedia CEO; Armstrong Williams sues FCC after losing chance for 2 TV stations; worldwide, Maya Angelou inspires varied tributes; Indian-American spelling bee victories too much for some; Morgan J-school delegation meets with journalists in Cuba (5/30/14)

 

When Angelou Learned to Be a Journalist

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

In 1960, Renaissance woman landed editor's job in Egypt; diversity stalls in book publishing, newsrooms, online; Google figures show 61% white, 71% male workforce; "Reporter: I appeared to aid denigration of blacks, Latinos; Jorge Ramos, "startlingly blunt for a news anchor"; Holder pledges no reporter doing his job will go to jail; Touré sorry for tweet after accusation of anti-Semitism; death threats prompt Trinidad-Tobago journalist to leave (5/28/14)

 
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