Posts Tagged “digital”
January 29, 2013 Managing editor says new boss deserves own team (1/29/13); Obama sees media role in ending gridlock; Chicago mother loses all four kids to gun violence; ethnic media jointly urge immigration reform; does “rodent community” mean M.L. 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 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
The thirteen stories in Birds of Paradise Lost shimmer with humor and pathos as they chronicle the anguish and joy and bravery of Americas newest Americans the troubled lives of those who fled Vietnam and remade themselves in the San Francisco Bay Area The pastmemories of war and its aftermath of murder arrest reeducation camps and new economic zones of escape and shipwreck and atrocityis ever present in these wise and compassionate stories It plays itself out in surprising ways in the lives of people who thought they had moved beyond the nightmares of war and exodus It comes back on TV in the form of a confession from a cannibal it enters the Vietnamese restaurant as a Vietnam Vet with a shameful secret it articulates itself in the peculiar tics of a man with Tourettes Syndrome who struggles to deal with a profound tragedy Birds of Paradise Lost is an emotional tour de force intricately rendering the false starts and revelations in the struggle for integration and in so doing the human heart
October 19, 2012 Four alumni reflect on demise of print edition; black, Spanish networks didn’t broadcast debate; NAHJ votes to join SPJ-RTDNA convention; AP clarifies: “Illegal Immigrant” is not the only term; Taliban threaten media over coverage of teen; Puerto Rico enthralled by cheeky newscast puppet; Washington City Paper to call NFL team “Pigskins” (10/19/12) Malala Yousafzai.jpg GonzalezBonnie_m.jpg Tom_Kent_m.jpg lacomay.jpg newsweks.jpg lynette Clemetson_m.jpg Farai_m.jpg mabry.jpg monroe_m.jpg newsweeks_t.jpg Four Alumni Reflect on Demise of Print Edition Black, Spanish Networks Didn’t Broadcast Debate NAHJ Votes to Join SPJ-RTDNA Convention AP Clarifies: “Illegal Immigrant” Is Not the Only Term Taliban Threaten Media Over Coverage of Teen Puerto Rico Enthralled by Cheeky Newscast Puppet Washington City Paper to Call NFL Team “Pigskins” Black, Spanish Networks Didn’t Broadcast Debate The Spanish-language networks declined to broadcast live Tuesday’s presidential debate, but Univision and CNN en Español say they will do so for Monday’s matchup on foreign policy issues. NBC-owned Telemundo, which aired a novela during Tuesday’s debate, did not respond to a request for comment. Black-oriented networks BET and TV One also did not broadcast Tuesday’s debate live — BET streamed the event on its website — and say they will follow the same course on Monday.
October 10, 2012 Overall, 33% have online component, study finds; Huffington Post lets go its 4 general managers; Obama tells Joyner he was “too polite” in debate; Michigan, UCLA law schools not “best” for blacks; Riza Cruz named executive editor at Marie Claire; Nicholas Lemann to step down at Columbia J-School; “an interview should be like . . .
September 5, 2012 “Not quite” the image presidential campaign paints; are Americans better off than in ’08? It’s semantics; Courant scraps embarrassing Google Translate; former columnist “proud” to be with Castro twins; reporter says question to Jarrett got him the boot; writer gains access to Karl Rove fund-raiser; MSNBC wins cable news race on DNC opening night; Ryan to fact-checking critics: “Read the speech”; pundits swoon over Michelle Obama speech; ESPN names new team for “Numbers” (9/5/12) Gov_Patrick.png David Leonhardt2.jpg Castro_brothers.png cary clack.jpg michael tracey.jpg sheelah kolhatkar.jpg ESPN_Team.png “Not Quite” the Image Presidential Campaign Paints Are Americans Better Off Than in ’08? It’s Semantics On Monday, Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan told a campaign rally audience in North Carolina that “the president can say a lot of things, but he can’t tell you you are better off,” the staff of NPR’s “Fresh Air” said on Wednesday
August 20, 2012 Commentators weigh in on dust-ups over rhetoric; Artie Williams, photographer, dies on scuba trip; Black Panther trainer was undercover FBI informer; in “stripping down,” Zakaria resigns as Yale trustee; Duluth news director moving, claims Native ancestry; can’t reboot J-schools without diversity; marker honors “fighting” editor in Richmond, Va.; “Henry” Cardenas, Miami photographer, dies at 71 (8/20/12) Biden_virginia.jpeg artie-williamsIII.jpg Aoki.jpg Fareed_Zakaria2.jpg geneva-overholser.jpg john-mitchell marker.jpg Enrique_Cardenas.jpg Commentators Weigh In on Dust-Ups Over Rhetoric Artie Williams, Photographer, Dies on Scuba Trip Artie Williams III , a photographer at KABC-TV in Los Angeles, died Saturday after having what was described as a “medical emergency” while scuba diving at Catalina Island off the Southern California Coast. He would have been 60 years old on Sunday and was to commemorate 30 years at the station on Tuesday, authorities and friends said
August 4, 2012 Vote in tied secretary’s race extended two weeks; LeValdo to lead Native journalists for another term; Asian American journalists seek to head off deficit (8/4/12) hugo balta_acceptance.jpg Vote in Tied Secretary’s Race Extended Two Weeks LeValdo to Lead Native Journalists for Another Term Asian American Journalists Seek to Head Off Deficit LeValdo to Lead Native Journalists for Another Term Rhonda LeValdo , chosen by fellow board members two years ago as president of the Native American Journalists Association, will serve a third term in the job, NAJA board members voted on Saturday. Levaldo teaches video production, news production and news writing at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kan
August 3, 2012 Change in tone pledged for Hispanic group; Michelle Johnson wins as J-educator aiding diversity (8/3/12) Balta_Cheung_1.jpg Michelle Johnson_Yvonne Latty.jpg Change in Tone Pledged for Hispanic Group Michelle Johnson Wins as J-Educator Aiding Diversity Michelle Johnson Wins as J-Educator Aiding Diversity Michelle Johnson , an associate professor of the practice, journalism at Boston University who has taught multimedia workshops for professional journalists and long conducted student training programs for the journalism associations, has been awarded the Barry Bingham Sr. fellowship of the Association of Opinion Journalists Foundation, the foundation told Johnson on Friday
Here are today’s must-read digital news stories from around the web: So the new Digg has relaunched — now comes the hard part — Tech News and Analysis 3 reasons brands and publishers need to embrace digital video How Content Marketing Is the New Moneyball | Social Media Today Web Ads Target Based On What You Watched On TV | Digital – Advertising Age YouTube Gets An Investigative News Channel | TechCrunch The 2012 Geek Olympic Events (Comic) – Nitrozac and Snaggy – Voices – AllThingsD ‘New Yorker’ Hands Over Instagram Account to Guest Photographers Shin-Soo Choo, Cleveland Indians, MLB Baseball – CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy Advice