Richard Prince's Journal-isms™

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)

 

NAHJ Board Votes 13-2 to Leave Unity

Monday, October 21, 2013

After definitive vote, Balta wishes remaining members well (10/22/13); Grambling turmoil snares student editors; Post employees' tribute to Graham includes community ties, NAHJ votes Tuesday on whether to leave Unity; N.Y. Post writer used N-word to describe black colleague; 2 stations refuse to air "Change the Mascot" commercial; TV consolidation called "out of control," FCC blamed; Mathes leaving as GM of "most-listened-to" public station; the day South African papers were shut, groups banned (10/21/13)

 

 

Grambling Turmoil Snares Student Editors

Sunday, October 20, 2013

2 suspended amid football walkout over deterioration; Post employees' tribute to Graham includes community ties, NAHJ votes Tuesday on whether to leave Unity; N.Y. Post writer used N-word to describe black colleague; 2 stations refuse to air "Change the Mascot" commercial; TV consolidation called "out of control," FCC blamed; Mathes leaving as GM of "most-listened-to" public station; the day South African papers were shut, groups banned (10/21/13);

 

 

Journalists of Color Scarce at Shutdown Scene

Friday, October 18, 2013

Does a picture from Capitol Hill tell the story?; black paper in Richmond, Va., drops "Redskins" term; White House correspondent Dan Lothian reported leaving CNN; Maria Hinojosa's go-it-alone gamble paying off; here's why we have a Filipino American History Month; cops pose as journalists to sting Somali pirates; torture of journalists, others in Ethiopia detailed (10/18/13)

 

New Fusion Features Light-Skinned Latinos

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Professor asks, where are diverse, homegrown Hispanics?; Karen Lincoln Michel, Native American Gannett editor, exits; NAHJ leaders say the Unity of our memories is gone; shutdown over, so is Ted Cruz "unendorsement"; "Racial preferences?" Let's just say "factors"; Simmons: "Liars" Say I Chased Johnson from ESPN; diary method for Nielsen ratings misses blacks, Latinos; a pale class for Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame (10/16/13)

 

Gold Diggers, Jezebels and Baby Mamas!

Monday, October 14, 2013

Detroit radio personality Frankie Darcell staged a production last year of the NSurvey: Black women portrayed negatively in media; judge orders Heart & Soul owners to pay Writers; Reginald Stuart, Rochester, N.Y., paper win for diversity; ESPN backs columnist Reilly over Redskins quotations; black print magazine ads drop, Latino products rise; role of ethnicity varies among 5 Hispanic opinion editors; "When is it O.K. to call a scientist a whore?"; Fusion plans current events, not "traditional news"; Utah has its first regular African American anchorwoman (10/14/13).

 

Ray Suarez Quitting "PBS NewsHour"

Saturday, October 12, 2013

"Confident that something wonderful will shake out" (10/13/13); Obama's war on leaks called without precedent (10/10/13); shutdown challenges WaPo's federal-employee columnist; Obama fails to call on TV reporters at news conference; N.Y. Times news-page policy: "Obamacare" in quotes; "Redskins" debate said to miss diversity among Indians; Rene Sanchez named top editor at Star Tribune; Gannett names Susan Leath publisher in Wilmington, Del.; author invited, disinvited in Cuba-sensitive Miami; average African does not agree that "Africa is rising"; book says coverage of famine did more harm than good; "one of the most racially charged fashion seasons around" (10/9/13)

 

Obama's War on Leaks Called Without Precedent

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Government officials "deeply wary" of talking to media (10/10/13); Shutdown challenges WaPo's federal-employee columnist; Obama fails to call on TV reporters at news conference; N.Y. Times news-page policy: "Obamacare" in quotes; "Redskins" debate said to miss diversity among Indians; Rene Sanchez named top editor at Star Tribune; Gannett names Susan Leath publisher in Wilmington, Del.; author invited, disinvited in Cuba-sensitive Miami; average African does not agree that "Africa is rising"; book says coverage of famine did more harm than good; "one of the most racially charged fashion seasons around" (10/9/13)

 

 
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