Richard Prince's Journal-isms™

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)

 

How "Overstated" Is Idea of "Acting White"?

Friday, July 25, 2014

In last 20 years, writer says, theory has been debunked; journalist confronts history of his slave-owning family; Gaza crisis boosts ratings 30% for Al Jazeera America; Pinterest, too, pledges to do better on diversity; to a boomer, digital Jet magazine doesn't feel like progress; Stanley Nelson plans film on historically black colleges (7/25/14)

 

Michelle Obama, Top Cover Girl

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Unbroken string of successful magazine images; Israelis take out frustration on foreign correspondents; Israel, Hamas jostle to control social media narrative; anchor swims Rio Grande to make immigration point; race and policing, urban violence endure as issues; Kenneth B. Noble, former N.Y. Times reporter, dies at 60; Twitter joins in disclosing low numbers of blacks, Latinos; photographer's forceful images prompt Internet rage; Smith, Bayless in shoutfest over gay player (7/23/14).

 

Recall of Gaza Reporter Tied to NBC Infighting

Monday, July 21, 2014

Sources cite ratings jitters, not pro-Israel bias; 3 U.S. black journalists covering Gaza Crisis; foreign minister wants Al Jazeera out of Israel; correspondents head for Central America in border crisis; fund created for victims of scam by immigration columnist; "39 Pieces of Advice for Journalists And Writers Of Color"; White House criticism of anonymous sources backfires; columnist apologizes for quoting "chink in the armor"; black journalist preceded Russia Today anchor in resigning (7/21/14);

 

NBC Reverses, Returns Reporter to Gaza

Friday, July 18, 2014

Network's recall was criticized as pro-Israel bias; Michael Feeney, Enid Alvarez laid off at N.Y. Daily News; Color of Change presses Twitter for diversity figures, no consensus on terms for children crossing border, Haitian-American radio listeners bilked, officials say, Kurtz sympathizes with reporter who ad-libbed on dads, CBS announcers free not to say "Redskins"; Essence made mistake in seeking younger audience (7/18/14)

 

Vargas File Might Never Get to Court

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Immigration cases awaiting resolution at all-time high; Detroit Free Press seeks to save high school J-program; reporter quits after comments on young black men, dads; social media pan S.C. story heavy on police account; "Race beat" seemingly on rise at mainstream outlets; ABC casts most diverse season in recent TV history; "stunning" lack of diversity on cable talk shows (7/16/14)

 

Undocumented Vargas Detained Near Border

Monday, July 14, 2014

For three years, authorities have declined to prosecute; Plain Dealer seeking beat writer for LeBron's Cavaliers; Rhonda Lee, fired in hair dustup, finds new weather job; demoted Pam Oliver says disappointment has subsided; five lessons the World Cup broadcasts taught the media; Seigenthaler sent off to music of civil rights movement; BET apologizes to photographer over snub at "BET Awards" (7/14/14)

 
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