Richard Prince's Journal-isms™

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)

 

Sympathetic Language for an Accused Killer

Monday, November 30, 2015

Media outlets again accused of racial double standards; writers debate why so many give R. Kelly a pass; Annenberg to spend $5 million to boost J-school diversity; younger, older whites largely live segregated lives; conferees say blacks gain from reversing climate change; ProPublica finds blacks ignored in gun control debate; Geraldo loses radio show on New York's WABC-AM; open letter in Ebony warns black ministers about Trump; John H. Hicks dies, first black reporter at Post-Dispatch (11/30/15)

 

Legal Action by Media Forced Release of Shocking Chicago Video

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Mary MitchellOfficer unloaded gun on black teen 16 times in 15 seconds; Woo, Banks, Chu among dozens taking L.A. Times buyout; N.Y. Times backs removal of Woodrow Wilson's name (11/25/15); media refute Trump on blacks, Arab Americans; networks can't agree on challenge to trump on access; Iran sentences Washington Post reporter to prison; Mali's tragedy isn't the same as Paris' or Kenya's; journalists among Ebony's latest "Power 100"; HBO debuts film on "loud music" shooting of Fla. Teen; officer's trial on rape charges draws scant coverage; Terry Foster, unhappy with new beat, leaving Detroit News (11/23/15)

 

 

Media Refute Trump on Blacks, Arab Americans

Monday, November 23, 2015

GOP candidate stands by racially charged misinformation; networks can't agree on challenge to trump on access; Iran sentences Washington Post reporter to prison; Mali's tragedy isn't the same as Paris' or Kenya's; journalists among Ebony's latest "Power 100"; HBO debuts film on "loud music" shooting of Fla. Teen; officer's trial on rape charges draws scant coverage; Terry Foster, unhappy with new beat, leaving Detroit News (11/23/15)

 

Latino Leaders Irate After NBC Meeting

Friday, November 20, 2015

Network news president blunders but elevates Diaz-Balart; Syrian journalist says internal rifts led ISIS to bomb; Ta-Nehisi Coates wins National Book Award; Smith students want reporters to declare their support; Henry Furhmann taking buyout from L.A. Times after 25 years; Irby's exit leaves Poynter without black faculty; more Mexican immigrants leaving U.S. than migrating; ex-officer convicted; station aired dashcam video (11/20/15)

 

For Some, Race Shapes Views of Paris Coverage

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Commentators see hypocrisy in positions on refugees; Carson adviser questions candidate's grasp of Middle East; Bobby Jindal is a "charlatan" to Indian American; why no actresses of color grace Hollywood Reporter Cover; Derek Murphy, former USA Today g.m., focuses on future; caretaker given up to 23 months in death of autistic woman; TV film promises more authentic story of first Thanksgiving (11/18/15)

 

New on Editorial Page: Thuggish Poses

Monday, November 16, 2015

Palm Beach Post takes readers to deadly "Facebook wars"; opinion pages turn to communities to keep diversity; honors for exposing "The Death No One Cared About"; with terror attacks, it's location, location, location; Mizzou crisis prompts look at student newspaper diversity; Harvard law profs blast CNN film on sex harassment; Dorothy Bland: I never intended to become national figure; Life magazine's first photo essay by black photographer (11/16/15)

 

MSNBC Videos Show Death in Police Custody

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Tasered man pleads, "Please don't do this to me"; free-press confrontation at Mizzou harkens back 40 years; dozens died in Ike's deportation program, cited by Trump; . . . Carson wrong on black teen unemployment figure; Tampa Bay Times: How schools became some of the worst;  Univision teams with the Atlantic for Spanish-language site; "First, Spanish-language J-education is necessary . . . " is this image prizeworthy or "sensationalist journalism"? (11/11/15)

 

 
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