Posts Tagged “internet”
February 1, 2013 Antoine Sanfuentes gains increased responsibilities (2/1/13); speculation on Soledad’s fate; Famuan reappears with J-director’s blast at critics; Univision viewers’ immigration concern: Deportation; black-press chief says Obama campaign retaliated; network story count favored Romney over Obama; cartoonist denies “Mallard Fillmore” racism; interviewing prisoners of war can add to their abuse; war pushes Mali far down on press-freedom list (1/30/13). Antoine Sanfuentes Gains Increased Responsibilities Jeff Zucker, then NBC Universal’s president and CEO, left; David Wilson, founder and managing editor of theGrio.com; Marc Morial, president of the National Urban League, and Steve Capus, president of NBC News, at a 2010 breakfast after Morial appeared on “Today.” (Credit: NBC) read more
January 30, 2013 New CNN president plans to replace morning show; Famuan reappears with J-director’s blast at critics; Univision viewers’ immigration concern: Deportation; black-press chief says Obama campaign retaliated; network story count favored Romney over Obama; cartoonist denies “Mallard Fillmore” racism; interviewing prisoners of war can add to their abuse; war pushes Mali far down on press-freedom list (1/30/13). New CNN President Plans to Replace Morning Show read more
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 21, 2013 Pundits display personal, ideological filters (1/21/13) Pundits Display Personal, Ideological Filters read more
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
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 8, 2013 Commentator’s 30-day suspension made permanent (1/8/13); “Django” action figures stoke controversy; . . . movie’s critics say, “Oh, no, they didn’t!”; freed slaves died by thousands from diseases; RTDNA’s foundation to honor Twitter as news source; Fox Nation, Fox News Latino play to different bases; N.Y.
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
December 8, 2012 Pulitzer winner Robin Givhan laid off (12/8/12); In-your-face holiday reads: books by and about journalists of color might make provocative holiday gifts, and more of them are now available in ebook and audio versions: John Avlon, Jesse Angelo and Errol Louis; Jared A. Ball and Todd Steven Burroughs; Aniko Bodroghkozy; Donna Britt; Wayne Dawkins; Patrice Evans; Stephen Hess; Rachel L. Swarns; Baratunde Thurston (12/7/12) Fashion Journalist Leaving Newsweek/Daily Beast read more
November 28, 2012 Pair buys back magazine from Magic Johnson firm; media consolidation hits people of color, groups say; FAMU’s Knight Chair heading to Asia after 20 years; D.C. Pacifica station upends programming, staff; CNN wins black, Hispanic, Asian cable vote; diversity scarce in “post-industrial journalism”; Ebony’s reality-star cover stirs backlash; AP vetoes “homophobia” and “ethnic cleansing”. (11/29/12) Pair Buys Back Magazine from Magic Johnson Firm read more