Posts Tagged “multimedia”
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 21, 2013 Pundits display personal, ideological filters (1/21/13) Pundits Display Personal, Ideological Filters read more
January 18, 2013 Advocacy groups, writers called dolls inappropriate (1/18/13); Michael Triplett, NLGJA president, dies (1/17/13); 2nd Amendment was worded to protect slavery; violent media just footnote in Obama announcement; N.Y. law aims to curb disclosure of permit holders; Star-Ledger eliminates nearly 10% of newsroom; network confirms pulling “All My Babies’ Mamas”; Rochester paper launches community race project; ad sales go fast for Oprah’s Armstrong interview; African media quiet on French intervention in Mali (1/16/13) Advocacy Groups, Writers Called Dolls Inappropriate read more
January 16, 2013 Author says southerners wanted to keep slave patrols; violent media just footnote in Obama announcement; N.Y. law aims to curb disclosure of permit holders; Star-Ledger eliminates nearly 10% of newsroom; network confirms pulling “All My Babies’ Mamas”; Rochester paper launches community race project; ad sales go fast for Oprah’s Armstrong interview; African media quiet on French intervention in Mali (1/16/13) Author Says Southerners Wanted to Keep Slave Patrols Violent Media Just Footnote in Obama Announcement N.Y. Law Aims to Curb Disclosure of Permit Holders Star-Ledger Eliminates Nearly 10% of Newsroom Network Confirms Pulling “All My Babies’ Mamas” read more
December 24, 2012 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
November 9, 2012 Cozy ties with GOP raise questions of integrity; “The most-liked photograph of all time”; stats show newspapers look “a lot” like GOP; clamor for Obama front pages doesn’t match ’08; West on Obama: “Rockefeller Republican in blackface”; Women’s Media Center calls out sexist coverage; N.Y.
November 7, 2012 Results point to lesson on news media diversity; writer names losers among pundits (11/7/12) obama-messina-11-7-12.jpg Results Point to Lesson on News Media Diversity Writer Names Losers Among Pundits Writer Names Losers Among Pundits ” With Florida still out we have yet to crown a winner of our election pundit predictions contest, but we have dubbed a lot of people wrong losers in the race to be the predictive champion ,” Rebecca Greenfield wrote Wednesday for the Atlantic. “Now that we’ve outed them as poor tea leaf readers, it’s time for the justification phase of pundit predictions.
October 22, 2012 Pundits debate Romney’s agreements with President; Obama said to be more assured on race; supporters in two cities struggle to honor Ida B. Wells; Dorothy Russell, first Asian American at Washington Post; French journalist attacked, groped in Tahrir Square (10/22/12) BR_Debate_pic2.png Dorothy_Russell.png Sonia_Dridi.png Pundits Debate Romney’s Agreements With President Obama Said to Be More Assured on Race Supporters in Two Cities Struggle to Honor Ida B.