Posts Tagged “color”
February 4, 2013 Maynard grad is first black journalist to assume the title; Post’s first black reporter says it “damn near killed” him (2/4/13); diversity-friendly Capus leaving NBC News; CNN denies exec called morning viewers “too ethnic”; Ed Koch was lightning rod for 2 black journalists; syndicate backs off column on Vietnamese food choices; John-Hall, Philly columnist six years, takes buyout; maybe AP could use a “Rooney Rule” for itself; journalists help Hmong weather Minnesota storms; network confirms canceling Warren Ballentine (2/1/13) Maynard Grad Is First Black Journalist to Assume the Title Post’s First Black Reporter Says It “Damn Near Killed” Him Maynard Grad Is First Black Journalist to Assume the Title Kevin Merida , national editor at the Washington Post, was named a managing editor at the newspaper Monday, the highest position a black journalist has achieved at the Post. read more
January 28, 2013 President faults “he said, she said” journalism; Chicago mother loses all four kids to gun violence; does “rodent community” mean King admirers?; no date for return of T.J. Holmes’ “Don’t Sleep”; film on Oscar Grant shooting wins at Sundance; mainstream columnist bemoans black abortions; Iran arrests more than a dozen journalists
January 11, 2013 Cops gave rivals questions asked by Post-Gazette; ESPN president wants “thoughtful” discussion; website tracking killings expands to Chicago; Terri Cope-Walton named news director in Indy; writers knock white male look of Obama nominees; hometown paper says Bonds doesn’t belong in hall; columnists assess blame in case of RGIII knee injury; for critics, the “Django” gift keeps on giving; Hugh Grannum dies at 72, photog captured Detroit. (1/11/13) Cops Gave Rivals Questions Asked by Post-Gazette ESPN President Wants “Thoughtful” Discussion Website Tracking Killings Expands to Chicago Terri Cope-Walton Named News Director in Indy Writers Knock White Male Look of Obama Nominees read more
January 9, 2013 To succeed, “We had to reflect the country”; Heart & Soul settling dispute over back pay; dean orders delay in FAMU newspaper’s publication; N.Y. Times blew chance to publish famous King letter; reporter faults paternalism after Haiti quake; Notah Begay, rare Indian on PGA tour, joins NBC; “Tita” Dioso Gillespie, editor at Newsweek, dies at 70 (1/9/13) To Succeed, “We Had to Reflect the Country” read more
January 4, 2013 Pulitzer winner to devote more time to Grantland website (1/4/13); Al Jazeera expands with purchase of Current TV; is “white knuckle” like “flesh”-colored bandages?; Unity officially picks “Journalists for Diversity”; Cornish to remain NPR co-host — Norris returns; Rhonda Lee hair critic said he had dementia; ex-journalist in thick of it as emancipation is hailed; N.Y. Rifle Association urges boycott of Gannett; reporter was activist in Wilmington 10 case. (1/2/13 and 1/3/13) Pulitzer Winner to Devote More Time to Grantland Website read more
January 2, 2013 For every virtue, an opponent finds a vice; Al Jazeera expands with purchase of Current TV; is “white knuckle” like “flesh” colored bandages?; Unity officially picks “Journalists for Diversity”; Rhonda Lee hair critic said he had dementia; ex-journalist in thick of it as emancipation is hailed; N.Y. Rifle Association urges boycott of Gannett; reporter was activist in Wilmington 10 case
December 24, 2012 Oakland group of 1960s brandished guns in public; editors grade Newtown coverage in light of inaccuracies; N.Y.
December 24, 2012 Oakland group of 1960s brandished guns in public; editors grade Newtown coverage in light of inaccuracies; N.Y. Times urges pardon for Wilmington 10; Navarrette knocked for comparing Dreamers to ‘spoiled brats’; rights coverage recalled as Newsweek ends print edition; ESPN announcer sorry for “Puerto Rican temper” comment (12/24/12) Returning Dec. 28 except for breaking news Oakland Group of 1960s Brandished Guns in Public Editors Grade Newtown Coverage in Light of Inaccuracies N.Y.
December 20, 2012 Others disciplined, “oversight” of “First Take” pledged (12/20/12) Others Disciplined, “Oversight” of “First Take” Pledged read more
December 7, 2012 Books by and about journalists of color might make provocative holiday gifts, and more of them are now available in ebook and audio versions.