Richard Prince's Journal-isms™

AP, NPR Curb Use of "Obamacare" Term

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

New York expects to enroll as many as 1.1 million uninsured people over the nextEditors say association with law's opponents persists; he-said, he-said approach faulted in shutdown coverage; New Miss America booked for South Asian Journalists gala; Darius Walker given vice president title at CNN; D.C. anchor J.C. Hayward suspended in corruption probe; National Geographic's faces offer racial guessing game; editor calls nontraditional households bad for newspapers; Frank L. Fouce dies, helped launch Univision precursor (10/2/13)

 

Columnist Cleared of Spousal Assault Charge

Monday, September 30, 2013

Dallas' James Ragland reassigned for nearly two years; reactions differ on "Obamacare," "Affordable Care Act"; CNN names diversity V.P.; N.Y. Times won't fill post; N.Y. Times finds child firearm deaths underreported; columnist notes deaths by police tasers; even the blind can see that race matters (9/30/13)

 

Steinberg Elected Unity President

Friday, September 27, 2013

NLGJA delegate wins, 6-4, as NAHJ sits out vote; Lee Thornton, pioneer journalist, professor, dies at 71; Desiree Dancy, N.Y. Times Co. diversity officer, resigns; where's explanation of why we don't all look the same?; "digital divide" greater between whites, Hispanics; for correspondents, Kenya massacre was close to home; NAJA calls for newsroom discussion of team names (9/27/13)

 

CNN's Diversity Council Changing Leaders

Thursday, September 26, 2013

The New York Post ran this photo composite with a story, "Jeff Zucker shaking upNetwork says chair and vice chair out, but panel stays; Manny Garcia leaves Miami for Scripps after 23 years (9/26/13); McClatchy retirees lose health care benefit; militia in mall attack has terrorized, killed journalists; Arnold García retiring as opinion editor in Austin; AAJA's Paul Cheung to lead AP digital news production; Muslim producer for "On the Media" detained at border; reports on racist tweets called lazy journalism; advertisers spend only 3 percent on black media; CNBC host apologizes for quip about Indian Americans; NAHJ puts Fox on blast over Chris Wallace segment (9/25/13)

 

McClatchy Retirees Lose Health Care Benefit

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Credit: ThinkProgress.org30-paper chain directs ex-workers to new exchanges; militia in mall attack has terrorized, killed journalists; Arnold García retiring as opinion editor in Austin; AAJA's Paul Cheung to lead AP digital news production; Muslim producer for "On the Media" detained at border; reports on racist tweets called lazy journalism; advertisers spend only 3 percent on black media; CNBC host apologizes for quip about Indian Americans; NAHJ puts Fox on blast over Chris Wallace segment (9/25/13)

 

How Much Blood Is Too Much?

Monday, September 23, 2013

Race factor raised in graphic images from Kenya; Balta supports Cho for Unity president, but won't vote; mistaken for shooter, he says "verify before you vilify"; scant live coverage of Obama at Black Caucus affair; NAACP chair insists that women have led organization; English, Spanish speakers learning the other's language; "Last Real Indians" confront white supremacists; petition protests Chuck Todd's health care comments; Ann Curry's exclusive on Iran called old news (9/23/13)

 

Drawing Attention to New York's Diversity

Friday, September 20, 2013

New Yorker cover depicts "what we live every day"; NABJ members start website "to help with transparency"; blacks favor health-care law 3 times as much as whites; more nonwhites trust media than whites, Gallup says; in diversity-challenged Iowa, this instructor stands out; China expands tightly controlled media empire into Africa; social media, U.S. youth seen as keys to Africa's image; Ann Curry beats rivals to interview new Iran president (9/20/13)

 

Unity Election Features Historic Candidacy

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

White journalist seeks to lead troubled coalition; Julie Chen says "I don't look less Chinese"; new Miss America considered "too dark" in India; Essence editor: Don't be defined by mainstream images; D.C. mass-killing suspect complained of racism, friend says; new top editor at Time won't discuss diversity; black, Hispanic, youngest kids hit harder by poverty; on new site, readers help pay writers for their work; GOP chair urges party to seek out Hispanic journalists (9/18/13)

 

Familiar Slips in Coverage of D.C. Shootings

Monday, September 16, 2013

Race of suspect broadcast frequently through the day; Essence loses deputy editors in staff changes; The Root falls, Black Planet rises in August web report; Birmingham tributes called "civil rights on the cheap"; nine foreign journalists remain missing in Syria; how the creative director "enhanced" the New Yorker; Darlene Brindle Waties, 51, designed "feisty pages"; Bill Cosby, Don Lemon bond over personal responsibility; "Washington Blackskins" image provokes strong reactions (9/16/13)

 

Station Sorry for "Racism" Toward Julie Chen

Friday, September 13, 2013

Anchor job denied until reporter looked less Asian; fired meteorologist still "keeping options open"; staffers appear to win bid to oust manager of D.C.'s WPFW; blacks, Latinos more upbeat than whites on economy; 2 seek funding for more inclusive Riptide study; Washington Post calls "Redskins" too offensive to tolerate; Whitlock reprimanded by ESPN for comments on SI writer; book, PBS documentary usher in Hispanic Heritage Month; NABJ joins Unity, Univision, AAJA as Ford grantee; complaint: "Africa not allowed to tell its own stories" (9/13/13 and 9/14/13)

 
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