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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 14, 2012 Company restricts access abroad but not at home; “Latino,” “illegal immigrant” interchangeable to many; Obama denies first-term pledge on immigration; redesigned USA Today: 30 years and counting; Tony Ortega stepping down as Village Voice editor; Frederick Douglass statue headed for U.S. Capitol; public radio’s “The Takeaway” shrinks by three hours; Native journalists to do without interim director; Sharon McGhee, WVON news director, dies at 55 (9/14/12) Romney_Obama_Comics.jpg USAT-30th anniversary.jpg Tony-Ortega.jpg Obama_Chaplain_Clinton.png frederick-douglass-statue.jpg celeste_headlee.jpg Sharon K. McGee.jpg jay pharoah.jpg Company Restricts Access Abroad but Not at Home “Latino,” “Illegal Immigrant” Interchangeable to Many ” For many non-Latino Americans, the words ‘Latino’ and ‘illegal immigrant’ are one and the same ,” Sandra Lilley reported Wednesday for NBCNewsLatino.com
“Who are the journalism and media funders, why do they meet…and now what? (May 08, 2012 09:47 AM)”
March 2, 2012 KNBC’s VP for news was top manager in three cities (3/2/12); O.C. Register lays off Latina columnist; Obama talks sports in 25-minute podcast; Michigan’s GOP primary battle was “troubling to watch”; Whitney Houston crack spurs meeting With L.A. station; Mormons baptized slain Daniel Pearl, who was Jewish; N.Y.
October 20, 2011 Some reports keep focus on plight of black Libyans (10/20/11); story on execution of boy, 14, drives hits to the Grio; media keep asking, “Herman, are you for real?”; ASNE partners with Mizzou to conduct diversity survey; Natalie Morales to contribute to new NBC newsmagazine; Swedish journalists tried as terror suspects in Ethiopia (10/19/11) Some Reports Keep Focus on Plight of Black Libyans “Protests in Libya picked up steam in February.
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October 19, 2011 Rocky road for paper since its rescue in 2003; story on execution of boy, 14, drives hits to the Grio; media keep asking, “Herman, are you for real?”; ASNE partners with Mizzou to conduct diversity survey; Natalie Morales to contribute to new NBC newsmagazine; Swedish journalists tried as terror suspects in Ethiopia (10/19.11) Lou-Ransom.jpg cain-debate.jpg adriana maestas.jpg Natalie-Morales2.jpg Jimmy-Moore.jpg stinney-execution.jpg ransom-defender-tsr.jpg Rocky Road for Paper Since Its Rescue in 2003 Story on Execution of Boy, 14, Drives Hits to the Grio Media Keep Asking, “Herman, Are You for Real?” ASNE Partners With Mizzou to Conduct Diversity Survey Natalie Morales to Contribute to New NBC Newsmagazine Swedish Journalists Tried as Terror Suspects in Ethiopia Short Takes Herman Cain, left, found his “9-9-9″ plan attacked at Tuesday’s GOP debate by former Massachusetts Gov.