Richard Prince's Journal-isms™

Another Slight Slide on Newsroom Diversity

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

TeaserFrom ASNE: "Our industry isn't making progress" (7/28/15); Cosby cover sparks global conversation; Obama urges Ethiopia to curb crackdowns on press; Washington Post examines human cost of reporting; spreading of rumors in Sandra Bland case decried; MSNBC expected to drop "The Cycle," Alex Wagner for hard news; ABC brass join in tributes to Glennwood Branche; W magazine devotes spread to models of color; Coates book debuts at No. 1 on nonfiction list; photographer captures "Sea Slaves" in Southeast Asia (7/27/15)

 

 

Cosby Cover Sparks Global Conversation

Monday, July 27, 2015

New York magazine features 35 women, empty chair; Obama urges Ethiopia to curb crackdowns on press; Washington Post examines human cost of reporting; spreading of rumors in Sandra Bland case decried; MSNBC expected to drop "The Cycle," Alex Wagner for hard news; ABC brass join in tributes to Glennwood Branche; W magazine devotes spread to models of color; Coates book debuts at No. 1 on nonfiction list; photographer captures "Sea Slaves" in Southeast Asia (7/27/15)

 

National Enquirer Draws Blood

Friday, July 24, 2015

Hulk Hogan fired after reporters expose racist rant; ESPN drops Colin Cowherd over remarks about Dominicans; Obama urged to address press freedom in Kenya; few think race relations are improving, poll finds; Peter Bhatia named editor of Cincinnati Enquirer; Trump's border visit dominates Spanish-language newscasts; Sandra Bland autopsy rules jail death a suicide; what kind of remembrance for 9 killed in Charleston?; eliminating aspects of "privilege" in the hiring process (7/24/15)

 

Questions, Videos Fuel Sandra Bland Story

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Interaction in police stop, past suicide attempt at issue; NAHJ hires nonprofit veteran as executive director; Cosby mounts media campaign to save his reputation; Coates: "I don't think Cornel West knows who I am"; editors honor Dori Maynard with diversity award; lack of newsroom diversity attributed to hiring mindset; AP placing 1 million minutes of historic footage online; NABJ calls Stephen A. Smith wrong -- no Stuart Scott snub; Des Moines Register: Time for Trump to drop out; Confederate monument debate takes a westward turn (7/22/15)

 

To Publisher, Southern White Man Is Real Victim

Monday, July 20, 2015

"It was a ragged, besmirched flag, but it was his"; photo of black cop helping white racist goes viral; little progress, some retrenchment in TV, radio news; Dori Maynard among 11 NABJ Hall of Fame inductees; 21st Century Fox gives Hampton $500K challenge grant; Cosby loses last artistic supporter, a film producer; few Latinos on Sunday shows talk non-immigration issues; why U.S. blacks should explore links with Afro-Cubans; Cornel West tries again in critiquing Ta-Nehisi Coates (7/20/15)

 

Fox News Missing in Uproar Over Jail Death?

Friday, July 17, 2015

Social media elevate tragic case of Sandra Bland; Cornel West blasts Ta-Nehisi Coates; Dyson serves it back; C. Ron Allen, Fred Hamilton: Someone's looking for you; HuffPost moves Trump coverage to entertainment pages; judge extends gag order on Charleston massacre; Houston paper calls for moving Confederate monuments; how Charles Schulz added a black character to "Peanuts"; more of color with tech degrees than Silicon Valley lets on; Glennwood Branche of ABC, mentor and V.P., dies at 62 (7/17/15)

 

"Shocked" by Obama's Answer About Cosby

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

No timidity in president's condemnation of rape; art critic urges Smithsonian to remove Cosby collection; story on Serena Williams' body rebuked as racist, sexist; judge backs news outlets, unseals Calif. police video; news outlets want gag order lifted on Charleston massacre; Richmond, Va., paper urges "truth and reconciliation"; Bankole Thompson lands as Detroit News columnist; broadband expanding in public housing, Choctaw Nation; Hispanic Republicans score Trump for remarks on Mexicans (7/15/15)

 

"Time's Been Up for All These Slurs"

Monday, July 13, 2015

Native journalists confident that the R-word will fall; Jason Begay elected to lead Native journalists association; Ta-Nehisi Coates gets the only endorsement he wanted; Brazil paper's use of lynching photo stirs debate; former Memphis anchor still outspoken as council chair; Smiley, on "Face the Nation," blasts Trump coverage; local papers heralded internment camps as job providers (7/13/15)

 

Emotions on Display as a Flag Comes Down

Friday, July 10, 2015

Networks go live for South Carolina's historic move; New Orleans columnist backs mayor: Remove monuments; 5 bold moves that would make Native Americans shout; how much did the media underestimate Donald Trump?; Puerto Ricans flee for mainland, only to find hardship (7/10/15)

 

Michel Martin Gets Weekend NPR Host Slot

Thursday, July 9, 2015

2 other black journalists rise in behind-the-scenes changes (7/9/15); who's prosecuting? Almost always, he's white and male; Dylann Roof's racism will be nurtured in prison; "blacks in the South aren't submissive, but practical"; Cosby's "blame the media" strategy didn't work; judge upholds cancellation of Washington team trademark; Latinos pass whites as California's largest ethnic group; Donald Trump says he'll win Latino vote; appeals court upholds unpaid internships; D.C. NPR affiliate brings diversity to underwriting voices (7/8/15)

 

 
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