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Victorious Zimmerman Team Blasts Media

Posted by | July 14, 2013 | Industry News

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Defiant FAMU Students Publish Online

Posted by | January 15, 2013 | Industry News

January 14, 2013 “We’re covering all . . . we would normally be covering”; protests quash “all my babies’ mamas,” sources say; Helene Cooper won’t be in pool for Obama’s new term; Ebony, Hispanic magazines gain amid overall losses; Eugene Patterson recalled for courageous integration stand; BET’s Debra Lee, hair natural, says, “We have choices now”; majority of blacks, Hispanics side with Israel (1/14/13) “We’re Covering All

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GOP Convention Ratings Lag Behind ’08

Posted by | September 1, 2012 | Industry News

August 31, 2012 Reality show tops any cable channel’s RNC coverage; U.S. appeals court strikes down Texas voter ID law; British paper finds Paul Ryan’s black ex-girlfriend; how Univision reported from storm without satellite; Gabriel Escobar returning to Philadelphia Inquirer; court rules newspaper can sue Sheriff Arpaio; incoming Knight fellow “in a real fight for his life” (8/31/12) RNC_Broadcast_1.png Deneeta Pope at Miami University of Ohio, 1990s.jpg Univision_Isaac.png Escobar.jpeg Kevin Weston.jpg Reality Show Tops Any Cable Channel’s RNC Coverage U.S.

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April 17, 2012 Gay and lesbian journalists pressed for name change (4/17/12) Boston Globe’s Wesley Morris wins Pulitzer for criticism; Latino magazines, Ebony buck slump in magazine ads; Obama: Americans have links to Colombia, Africa, Asia; CBS says Atlanta correspondent broke Trayvon story; Orlando Sentinel to compete for national eyeballs; anchor Is “unofficial Asian-American ambassador”; nominate a J-educator who has helped diversity (4/16/12)   Gay and Lesbian Journalists Pressed for Name Change Boston Globe’s Wesley Morris Wins Pulitzer for Criticism April 16, 2012 AP, Philadelphia Inquirer, Manning Marable Honored Latino Magazines, Ebony Buck Slump in Magazine Ads Obama: Americans Have Links to Colombia, Africa, Asia CBS Says Atlanta Correspondent Broke Trayvon Story Orlando Sentinel to Compete for National Eyeballs Anchor Is “Unofficial Asian-American Ambassador” Nominate a J-Educator Who Has Helped Diversity Short Takes Boston Globe critics Ty Burr, left, and Wesley Morris review “For Colored Girls.” Morris said, “It’s too much — too much screaming, too much crying, too much preaching, too much reaching, too much healing, too much feeling, and, by the time a man dangles two small black children from an apartment window, it’s too much too-much.” ( Video )   AP, Philadelphia Inquirer, Manning Marable Honored Wesley Morris of the Boston Globe, one of the few film critics of color at a daily newspaper, won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism on Monday. Morris won “for his smart, inventive film criticism, distinguished by pinpoint prose and an easy traverse between the art house and the big-screen box office,” the Pulitzer board said

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April 5, 2012 Long-running “Like It Is” chronicled black experience (4/5/12); ASNE: “Loss in minority newsroom positions was 5.7%; Obama, Romney favor campaign themes over media issues; NYU prof welcomes Unity’s picks for top journalists; media taking on police-like role in Trayvon case; NBC apologizes for edit of Zimmerman’s 911 call; 51% of Latinos most often identify themselves by country; magazine editors chief calls gender bias complaints “silly”; NPR series on Native care among Peabody winners; health care arguments hurt image of court, law (4/4/12)   Long-Running “Like It Is” Chronicled Black Experience Disproportionate Loss of Journalists of Color April 4, 2012 ASNE: “Loss in Minority Newsroom Positions Was 5.7%” Obama, Romney Favor Campaign Themes Over Media Issues NYU Prof Welcomes Unity’s Picks for Top Journalists Media Taking on Police-Like Role in Trayvon Case NBC Apologizes for Edit of Zimmerman’s 911 Call 51% of Latinos Most Often Identify Themselves by Country Magazine Editors Chief Calls Gender Bias Complaints “Silly” NPR Series on Native Care Among Peabody Winners Health Care Arguments Hurt Image of Court, Law Short Takes ASNE: “Loss in Minority Newsroom Positions Was 5.7%” The loss of journalists of color in newspaper and online newsrooms outstripped the decline of journalists overall in 2011, according to the annual diversity census of the American Society of News Editors , released on Wednesday.  “The total newsroom employment at daily newspapers declined by 2.4 percent in 2011, while the loss in minority newsroom positions was 5.7 percent,” ASNE said.

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March 30, 2012 Images most commonly used aren’t the most recent; focus of Trayvon story changed with the platform; AP decides not to mention Zimmerman’s skin color; NBC’s black journalists offer personal testimony; no correction for statement that Trayvon dialed 911; sportswriter’s layoff reversed at Philadelphia Inquirer; ex-editor says HuffPost’s Black Voices aren’t always; News Corp. planning to compete With ESPN; local TV stations scaling back sports coverage; health care law means insurance for 7 million blacks (3/30/12) trayvon-martin-george-zimmerman_Teaser.jpg trayvon-martin-george-zimmerman_Main.jpg trayvonmartin-grill-crop.jpg george-zimmerman-tie-crop.jpg zimmerman_video_1.jpg Tamron Hall.jpg john mitchell.jpg jeanne-fox-alston.jpg jeremy_lin_image.JPG Rebecca Carroll.jpg Images Most Commonly Used Aren’t the Most Recent Focus of Trayvon Story Changed With the Platform AP Decides Not to Mention Zimmerman’s Skin Color NBC’s Black Journalists Offer Personal Testimony No Correction for Statement That Trayvon Dialed 911 Sportswriter’s Layoff Reversed at Philadelphia Inquirer Ex-Editor Says HuffPost’s Black Voices Aren’t Always Focus of Trayvon Story Changed With the Platform ” Almost immediately after the February 26 shooting of Trayvon Martin , the conversation about the case began simmering on Twitter ,” the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism reported on Friday.

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March 23, 2012 Geraldo says head covering killed teen as much as gunman; CNN cuts back staff for “In America” documentaries; Bloomberg TV lays off up to 30 in shift to digital advice for the laid-off from one who’s been there; 8-city radio ad campaign targets Rush Limbaugh; N.Y. Daily News creates web section for South Asians; Spanish-language Siempre Mujer to hold music festival; Roll Call has become diverse — or maybe not; black Protestants more likely to see religion-friendly media; during coup in Mali, media become a primary target (3/23/12) miamiheathoodie.jpg britt.jpg valerio.jpg laveist1.jpg geraldo.jpg miamiheathoodie_t.jpg Geraldo Says Head Covering Killed Teen as Much as Gunman CNN Cuts Back Staff for “In America” Documentaries Bloomberg TV Lays Off Up to 30 in Shift to Digital Advice for the Laid-Off From One Who’s Been There 8-City Radio Ad Campaign Targets Rush Limbaugh N.Y. Daily News Creates Web Section for South Asians Spanish-Language Siempre Mujer to Hold Music Festival CNN Cuts Back Staff for “In America” Documentaries CNN is severely cutting back the staff that puts together the “In America” documentaries that began with “Black in America” and “Latino in America,” and those who remain must reapply for their jobs, sources at the network told Journal-isms on Friday

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March 19, 2012 Mainstream following social media on shooting death; tech “intermediaries” control future of news; “Obamacare” still a pejorative at major news outlets; Romney blows out Santorum in Puerto Rico; columnist scores Village Voice Media on sex trafficking; right-wing talk radio facing a changed climate (3/19/12) trayvon_martin_teaser.jpg trayvon_martin_photo.jpg cable_crop.jpg santorum-PR.jpg gkennedy_headshot_(2).jpg Mainstream Following Social Media on Shooting Death Tech “Intermediaries” Control Future of News “Obamacare” Still a Pejorative at Major News Outlets Romney Blows Out Santorum in Puerto Rico Columnist Scores Village Voice Media on Sex Trafficking Right-Wing Talk Radio Facing Changed Climate Short Takes Tech “Intermediaries” Control Future of News ” In 2011, the digital revolution entered a new era ,” Amy Mitchell and Tom Rosenstiel wrote Monday in the overview of their “State of the News Media 2012″ for the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism. “The age of mobile, in which people are connected to the web wherever they are, arrived in earnest.

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March 14, 2012 Project says website will give journalists the rest of the story; Martin back on CNN; GLAAD stance is wait and see; AP updates stylebook entry on racial identification; killing of Florida teen bubbling up to national attention; Malveaux on leaving college: “I saw an uphill climb”; NABJ to honor Monica Pearson, longtime Atlanta anchor; Afghan official threatens Wall St. Journal reporter (3/14/12) glaad-commentators-teaser.jpg glaad-commentators.jpg TRAYVON-MARTIN-lHuffPostBlackVoices.jpg julianne-malveaux-News_Record.jpg monica pearson.jpg Maria Abi-Habib.jpg Project Says Website Will Give Journalists the Rest of the Story Martin Back on CNN; GLAAD Stance Is Wait and See AP Updates Stylebook Entry on Racial Identification Killing of Florida Teen Bubbling Up to National Attention Malveaux on Leaving College: “I Saw An Uphill Climb” NABJ to Honor Monica Pearson, Longtime Atlanta Anchor Afghan Official Threatens Wall St. Journal Reporter Martin Back on CNN; GLAAD Stance Is Wait and See Roland Martin returned to a CNN newscast for the first time since a month-long suspension on Wednesday, participating in the morning “CNN Newsroom.” The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, which strongly protested the commentator’s Twitter postings during the Super Bowl as anti-gay and called at first for his firing, said “it remains to be seen” whether the chastened Martin will meet its expectations

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