Richard Prince's Journal-isms™ 2011

ABC Gives "Birther" Allegations a Free Ride

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Amanpour fails to challenge Franklin Graham assertions; TV crew taken for crime suspects in 20-minute nightmare; St. Louis Beacon leads community talks on diversity; U.S. fascination with royal wedding leaves him cold; Elvis Mitchell dismissal no reason to distrust film critics; Comcast not ready to carry Al Jazeera English; nominate a J-educator who has helped diversity (4/25/11)

 

At NABJ, Unity Dispute Leads to Misstep

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Critic of decision removed from listserve, reinstated; Keith Brown, BET's news VP, leaves after 5 years; now two black journalists lead newspaper sports sections; Phillip Dixon to step down as chair of Howard J-program; Pittsburgh news directors consider pact with black leaders; AP's tentative pact with Guild includes diversity committee; voting for AAJA "Men of Broadcast" calendar raises $10G; learning opinion writing (4/22/11)

 

Malcolm X Daughter Walks Off NPR Show

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Ilyasah Shabazz irked by questions about Marable book; four black editors to leave ESPN: The Magazine; two photojournalists killed in Libya clashes; hit list of journalists reported in Ivory Coast; when the story is over, yes, some reporters cry; pride taken in Pulitzer winner's undocumented past; Betty Wong, leaving Reuters, plans book on Mao adversary; Sirius XM leases audio channels for diversity programming; People en Español scores high in ad pages gained (4/20/11)

 

Jet Magazine Gets a New Top Editor

Monday, April 18, 2011

Mitzi Miller has written for and with black women (4/19/11); L.A. Times wins Pulitzer for corruption story; "Black in Latin America" shows how much more there is to say about race; "Frontline" reports church's abuse of Native Alaskans; administration plans 100 events in black communities; "Frontline" reports church's abuse of Native Alaskans; once shunned, Al Jazeera has fans in Obama White House; "There are legions of men like me who love their families"; columnist tells readers real men cry, even reporters; public broadcasting survives first wave in budget war (4/18/11)

 

L.A. Times Wins Pulitzer for Corruption Story

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Ruben Vives, Jeff Gottlieb uncovered outrageous salaries; winner was undocumented through high school; "Black in Latin America" shows how much more there is to say about race; "Frontline" reports church's abuse of Native Alaskans; administration plans 100 events in black communities; "Frontline" reports church's abuse of Native Alaskans; once shunned, Al Jazeera has fans in Obama White House; "There are legions of men like me who love their families"; columnist tells readers real men cry, even reporters; public broadcasting survives first wave in budget war (4/18/11)

 

"I'm Going to Take That Out" About Malcolm

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Author of prior book says gay claim poorly sourced; Betty Wong out as Reuters global managing editor; Hispanics outnumber blacks in most U.S. metro areas; AOL plans to hire up to 800 for Patch operations; U. of Colorado to close J-school on June 30; new Ivory Coast government promises media freedom; Japan fosters timidity when tough questions are needed; ethnic media low priority at media reform conference; satire on O.J., media won't be in N.Y. Times Book Review; recruiter says Unity set example for industry (4/15/11)

 

Malcolm Revelations: How Much Fact-Checking?

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Scholar questions media treatment of Marable biography; Unity might escape penalty for unfilled hotel rooms; . . . "You can take it to the bank when it's voted on"; celebrity columnist Jawn Murray latest to exit Black Voices; blacks, Hispanics prefer MSNBC to CNN in prime time; Tony Harris lands in Qatar with Al-Jazeera; Univision planning 24/7 news channel; Don Browne, president of Telemundo, to retire; columnist discloses incurable blood-related cancer; for a big tent, try Home and Garden Television (4/13/11)

 

Paula Madison to Step Down at NBCU

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Diversity advocate "planned for my retirement since . . . 21"; Unity agreed to grant each partner veto power on decisions; Susan L. Taylor, once the face of Essence, appears in Ebony; Time reporter recounts surviving Ivory Coast violence; Libyan woman describes gang-rape nightmare to NPR, AP; Libya's lies to journalists don't try to be convincing (4/11/11)

 

NABJ Pulls Out of Unity Coalition

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Financial arrangement cited — separate convention planned (4/10/11); ASNE pledges more diversity efforts; Malcolm X assassination left Alex Haley scrambling; Univision anchor praised for switch to tough questions; Obama's approval rating slips among blacks, Hispanics; Libyans hold four more international journalists; climate change underreported in Japan quake coverage; March Madness ratings boosted in bars, restaurants; 150 years later, survey finds Civil War still divisive (4/8/11)

 

 

ASNE Pledges More Diversity Efforts

Thursday, April 7, 2011

CEOs to teach editors about reaching "the new America"; Malcolm X assassination left Alex Haley scrambling; Univision anchor praised for switch to tough questions; Obama's approval rating slips among blacks, Hispanics; Libyans hold four more international journalists; climate change underreported in Japan quake coverage; March Madness ratings boosted in bars, restaurants; 150 years later, survey finds Civil War still divisive (4/8/11)