Richard Prince's Journal-isms™

2 Reporters Detained, Released in Ferguson

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Washington Post's Lowery tweets he "can't shake anger"; AP journalist is first reporter killed in Israel-Gaza conflict; key figure in story on blacks and AIDS changes account; Navarrette blasts NAHJ over award to Fox News Latino; sports reporter Nate Taylor hired at SunSentinel; social media give more a venue to challenge yellowface; back from suspension, Le Batard has a sly message (8/13/14)

 

St. Louis Teen's Killing Raises Newsroom Diversity Issue

Monday, August 11, 2014

Editor says inclusion could increase community contacts; 13 editors go on record about diversity in their newsrooms; do Latinos dance in costume to the polls?; Jesse Jackson defends rights groups on net neutrality; don't know much about . . . geography; NFL's Kansas City Chiefs reach out to tribes; after 49 years, S. African's remains to return home; Lester Holt jams with the Roots on "The Tonight Show" (8/11/14)

 

NAHJ Co-Founder Calls Award to Fox a "Farce"

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Charles Ericksen says media firms don't deserve honors (8/9/14); MSNBC chief promises change for Latinos; Latinos-as-white stories called damaging as well as wrong; Barnett named executive editor of Whitlock's ESPN site; ESPN suspends Le Batard over Billboard mocking LeBron (8/8/14)

 

 

MSNBC Chief Promises Change for Latinos

Friday, August 8, 2014

Phil Griffin, president of MSNBC, tells the National Association of Hispanic Jou Griffin pledges that show hosts will meet with Hispanics; Latinos-as-white stories called damaging as well as wrong; Barnett named executive editor of Whitlock's ESPN site; ESPN suspends Le Batard over Billboard mocking LeBron (8/8/14)

 

Journalists' Role Reversal: Dining at White House

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

8 from Fourth Estate join 400 honoring African leaders; . . . "pool" report gives press corps lowdown on the dinner; after corporate split, some Gannett staffers must reapply; Indian Country publication sorry for "rate that genocide"; job seekers of color still have harder time; Nexstar selling Indiana TV station to black broadcaster; how Sacramento morning anchor's life turned sour; Walker, formerly of McClatchy-Tribune, lands at Scripps (8/6/14)

 

Grio Columnist Makes Plagiarism Accusation; Howard U. Radio Station Apologizes

Monday, August 4, 2014

WHUR-FM removes disputed posting; website spotlights "qualified," savvy journalists of color; . . . consider diversity when deciding on making gifts; LaToya Valmont, Essence veteran, named M.E. of Glamour; Ebola outbreak could dominate visit by African leaders; Washington Post examines black gays' high HIV rate; Smith comments exemplify erosion of thoughtful discourse; Redksins' website on team name gets 3 Pinocchios (8/4/14)

 

NABJ Gives "Thumbs Down" Award to NPR

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Al Jazeera America praised for "best practices" (8/2/14); Andrew Young, at NABJ, stands by "smart-ass white boys" remarks of 30 years ago; NABJ members vote to penalize errant board reps (8/1/14); NABJ, NAHJ move toward joint convention (7/31/14)

 

Right About "Smart-Ass White Boys"

Friday, August 1, 2014

Andrew Young, at NABJ, stands by words of 30 years ago; NABJ members vote to penalize errant board reps (8/1/14); NABJ, NAHJ move toward joint convention (7/31/14)

 

NABJ, NAHJ Move Toward Joint Convention

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Meeting could assemble most journalists of color since '08 (7/31/14)

 

Penalized for Diversity!

Monday, July 28, 2014

Miles Trinidad, center, a senior at Glencoe High School, works with The OregoniaStudy: Advocacy backfires on those who are not white men; . . . . newspaper journalists of color increase by 1 percent; . . . in local radio, TV, better but still not there; Smith sorry for suggesting women can provoke violence; . . . Ebony in 3rd week of series on sexual violence; Activist white women urged to remember nonwhite counterparts; NPR CEO wants network to be "the leader" in diversity; British journalist can't get Gaza suffering out of mind; Western media lack sustained coverage of much of world (7/28/14)

 
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