Posts Tagged “Network”
February 6, 2013 Keith Clinkscales praises “strong voice at ESPN”; poll: Blacks trust Fox far less than other groups; Shirley Carswell leaving Washington Post after 25 years; U.S. black journalists join global news operation; Rep. Cardiss Collins, media diversity advocate, dies at 81; two-thirds don’t pursue “pathway to citizenship”; blacks have used arms for defense, survival; how diverse is your coverage of business, finance?
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 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 20, 2012 Others disciplined, “oversight” of “First Take” pledged (12/20/12) Others Disciplined, “Oversight” of “First Take” Pledged 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
November 14, 2012 African Americans own just 10 of 1,348 TV stations; Boston Globe’s Baron to lead Washington Post; Romney says Obama bestowed “gifts” to his base; Trymaine Lee leaves Huffington Post for MSNBC; Rick Sanchez to join new MundoFox Network; U.S.
October 17, 2012 Debate’s inclusion of broader issues was intentional; filmmaker finds Puerto Rican “Obama” in the Bronx; Smiley irate at cancellation by Chicago Public Radio; Unity seeks consensus on acceptable name; Jeremy Lin makes cover of GQ: Is it a first?; Univision cuts a dozen from sports department; journalists strike in birthplace of Arab Spring; Native American fashion magazine debuts online (10/17/12) Crowley_Debate_2.png Debate’s Inclusion of Broader Issues Was Intentional Filmmaker Finds Puerto Rican “Obama” in the Bronx Smiley Irate at Cancellation by Chicago Public Radio Unity Seeks Consensus on Acceptable Name Jeremy Lin Makes Cover of GQ: Is It a First? Univision Cuts a Dozen From Sports Department Journalists Strike in Birthplace of Arab Spring In New York, Louis Ortiz of the Bronx, formerly unemployed, is capitalizing on his resemblance to President Obama