Richard Prince's Journal-isms™

Media Scramble on Philippines Typhoon

Monday, November 11, 2013

Colorado teen found as American face on tragedy; Incognito says he regrets using "N-word" with Martin; freed Miami Herald reporter describes 48-hour captivity; Liberia releases publisher who protested in N.Y. Times; Malcolm X family sues to block diary's publication; NABJ on track to end year in the black, Butler says; Philly's City Paper retracts "almond-eyed" line in review (11/11/13)

 

Miami Herald Reporter Freed in Venezuela

Saturday, November 9, 2013

U.S. of "enormous assistance" despite frosty relations; Dolphins' Jonathan Martin to tell story to NFL investigator; Obama said to throw defenders in media under the bus; in TV ads, only McAuliffe sought Hispanic vote in Va.; Orange County Register says it won't use "Redskins"; Blackistone decries "Star-Spangled Banner" at games; this much whiteness is "not healthy for the field"; Africans, Asians, Latin Americans more upbeat on future (11/8/13)

 

Miami Herald Reporter Held in Venezuela

Friday, November 8, 2013

Detaining journalists has become "recurring practice"; Dolphins' Jonathan Martin to tell story to NFL investigator; Obama said to throw defenders in media under the bus; in TV ads, only McAuliffe sought Hispanic vote in Va.; Orange County Register says it won't use "Redskins"; Blackistone decries "Star-Spangled Banner" at games; this much whiteness is "not healthy for the field"; Africans, Asians, Latin Americans more upbeat on future (11/8/13)

 

Don Lemon Protests, "I Am Not Supporting Stop-and-Frisk"

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

CNN anchor reviled for commentary on Joyner radio show; AP, N.Y. Times say "terrorist" not so easy to define; Elizabeth Vargas checks into rehab over alcohol abuse; Arlene Morgan leaves Columbia J-School after 13 years; health-care snafu overshadows cuts in aid to poor; Obama team leaked GOP plan on Rev. Wright, book says; N.Y.'s El Diario: New mayor should name diversity chief; D.C. City Council urges NFL team to change name (11/6/13)

 

Monuments to Supremacy: Do Not Disturb?

Monday, November 4, 2013

Newspapers won't rock boat on tributes to "Lost Cause"; Ray Suarez joins Al Jazeera America; 2 French journalists kidnapped, killed in northern Mali; editor to staffers: Nothing negative about CBS, please; news media reluctant to call LAX shooter a terrorist; finally, N.Y. Times covers racial profiling in stores (11/4/13)

 

Obama Likes "Bull Sessions" With Columnists

Friday, November 1, 2013

Handful of black journalists have participated; accused of racism, writer finds home at National Review; Michael Giarrusso named AP's global sports editor; columnist debunks health care act horror story; Norman Pearlstine back, Martha Nelson out at Time Inc.; Cleveland Indians' "Chief Wahoo" is less and less visible; change at New York's El Diario: Beginning or end?; some still "shocked" to see a black photographer; on Halloween, "even management can have fun" (11/1/13)

 

Judge Greenlights N.Y. Post Racism Trial

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Sandra Guzman, being interviewed by WPIX-TV reporter Lisa Mateo, alleges that NeHostile work environment for people of color alleged; San Francisco Chronicle won't use "Redskins" team name; Latinos say PBS should have done more to keep Suarez; MBAs give inmates a business plan for their newspaper; CNN wanted the wrong person to defend blackface; Fusion "feels a bit too Ivy League Latino privileged"; slavery becoming unavoidable topic, professor takes pride. (10/30/13)

 

Elaine Rivera Dies, Wrote About Underdogs

Monday, October 28, 2013

Onetime NAHJ board member was both compassionate, funny; Karen Dunlap retiring as Poynter Institute president; Suarez: "NewsHour" "didn't have much of a plan for me"; Neal voted first black leader of "seamheads" (baseball writers); one person's fun costume can be another's racial insult; student journalists relate their side of Grambling story; Gannett again has an African American on board; Fusion network debuts with brief Obama interview; ABC apologizes to Chinese-Americans for Kimmel show joke (10/28/13)

 

Unity Is Dead, Co-Founders Say

Friday, October 25, 2013

Remaining associations not ready to throw in the towel; FCC moves on ownership by Hispanics, others of color; Denise Bridges, Maynard Institute vet, laid off in Norfolk; Pineda retiring from N.Y. Univision after 42 years; nonwhites more likely to share news stories on Facebook; health-care operator fired for speaking to media; columnist asks, what if Americans shunned Dominican resorts? TV One to debut Roland Martin's "News One Now" Nov. 4; Sheila Stewart of Radio One dies in car accident (10/25/13)

 

Grambling Shows Deterioration to Media

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

A portion of the floor in Grambling's weight room as seen on Tuesday. (Credit: Institution lost 56.3% of its state funding in past six years; . . . NABJ plans council to examine college student media; Atlanta paper apologizes for "40 Acres and a Whole Lotta Mules"; in poll, Latinos say their community needs national leader; Condé Nast ending internship program; press group condemns violations in Latin America, U.S.; AAJA President Asks for Feedback on Unity (10/23/13)

 
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