Posts Tagged “organizations”
November 30, 2012 More than 6,000 applications Awaiting Approval; “godfather of low-power radio” does it illegally; high court ruling means cops can be videotaped; new CNN chief won’t discuss prime-time diversity; D.C. station manager sorry for handling of shakeup; player’s tattoos become racial, generational issue; more blacks, Hispanics use phones to access Twitter (11/30/12) More Than 6,000 Applications Awaiting Approval
November 21, 2012 Members to vote on restoring longtime name; why people of color own so few broadcast outlets; Israeli strikes kill 3 journalists in Gaza; radio host suspended after racist Obama post; NPR’s Norris on leave for her “Race Card Project”; Wanda Lloyd stepping down as editor in Montgomery; T.J. Holmes breaks pledge not to use N-word; “showbiz journalism even more shallow than I thought”; Thanksgiving brings out the joy and pain (11/21/12) Members to Vote on Restoring Longtime Name read more
November 16, 2012 Danielle Cade, Jermaine Spradley named to top roles; gays, lesbians latest to be credited for Obama’s win; Spanish-language journalists won’t heed AP on “illegal”; Univision wants stories for immigrant archive; Hostess Twinkies were a ticket to assimilation; Rep. Bobby Rush asks Chicago Public TV about diversity; Geneva Overholser to step down at USC Annenberg; Deion Sanders calls reporter “African American killer”; two “visual storytellers” named at Marie Claire (11/16/12) huffpost_blackvoices.jpeg cadet_danielle.jpg Jermaine Spradley.jpg hostess.jpg Bich Minh Nguyen.jpg Geneva Overholser-2.jpg Deion Sanders.jpg Brett Shipp.jpg Alex_Gonzalez-MC.jpg nina_garcia-MC.jpeg Gonzalez-Garcia.jpg LzGranderson.jpg pablo torre.jpg huffpost_blackvoices_t.jpg Danielle Cadet, Jermaine Spradley Named to Top Roles Gays, Lesbians Latest to Be Credited for Obama’s Win Spanish-Language Journalists Won’t Follow AP on “Illegal” Univision Wants Stories for Immigrant Archive Hostess Twinkies Were a Ticket to Assimilation Rep
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.
November 12, 2012 Program to air weekly as ratings disappoint; election causes sharp rift in conservative media; map charts where America’s racist tweets originate; Obama’s win should be seen as “profound watershed”; AP introduces Spanish-language stylebook; from the editor: free coffee and a redesigned paper; four tips for talking about race; FCC gets resistance on further media consolidation; Johnson Publishing to sell archival photos to public; story reports on 3,000 homeless female veterans (11/12/12) tj holmes-bus.jpg horsey-lat-11-11-12.jpg floating sheep.png Michael Days.jpg MLK-Herald Tribune.jpg Program to Air Weekly as Ratings Disappoint Election Causes Sharp Rift in Conservative Media ” Rush Limbaugh couldn’t have been more right ,” Dylan Byers wrote Sunday for Politico. “Months before the election, the conservative radio host made a prediction: ‘If Obama wins, the Republican Party is going to try to maneuver things so conservatives get blamed.’ “And that’s exactly what’s happening
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 2, 2012 “Most of the journalistic reaction has been disapproving”; study finds Romney quoted more often than Obama; Obama grants fewer pardons than predecessors; MSNBC more negative on Romney than Fox is on Obama; Hispanics have higher percentage of nonvoters; some fault storm coverage of poor people of color; blacks “telling the stories that need to be told”; 2 Chicago stations pick up “Smiley & West” (11/2/12) vickers_southwick_names.jpg vickers_southwick.jpg vickers_southwick_t.jpg obama_romney_quotes.jpg Harlem-Feeney.jpg Simone Weichselbaum_c.jpg Most Journalistic Reaction: “Disapproving” Study Finds Romney Quoted More Often Than Obama Obama Grants Fewer Pardons Than Predecessors MSNBC More Negative on Romney Than Fox is on Obama Hispanics Have Higher Percentage of Nonvoters Some Fault Storm Coverage of Poor People of Color Blacks “Telling the Stories That Need to Be Told” Study Finds Romney Quoted More Often Than Obama ” Mitt Romney has been quoted by the media about 50 percent more often than Barack Obama this election , a new analysis shows,” Elizabeth Flock reported Tuesday for U.S. News & World Report.
October 31, 2012 McClatchy’s Friday disagrees with editorial board; ethnic media were lifelines during Sandy; news outlets coped with hurricane’s obstacles; are only catastrophes in “developed world” news?; Kathy Pellegrino, SunSentinel diversity advocate, 57; Bolivian broadcaster set afire while on air; columnist sees “race card” in AP poll on bias; creative director plans “bolder, riskier” Atlantic. (10/31/12) Pete_Souza.jpg Vanessa Gallman.jpg photo(1).JPG dailynews-sandy_1.jpg Kathy-pellegrino.jpg Ebony_Atlantic.jpg Darhil crooks.png McClatchy’s Friday Disagrees With Editorial Board Ethnic Media Were Lifelines During Sandy “When the subway, tunnels and bridges were shut down on Monday, leaving no other options for New Yorkers to move in and out of the city, Abu Taher knew that his cell phone was the only link not only to his family and friends, but also to the city’s Bangladeshi community,” Anthony Advincula wrote Wednesday for New America Media. “Taher, editor and publisher of a Bangladeshi weekly, Bangla Patrika , received calls from Bangladeshis as far away as Atlantic City, N.J
October 29, 2012 3 feet of water in lobby of N.Y. Daily News building; “Our stratified society makes storms more deadly”; storm raises suppressed issue of climate change; all hands on deck at local television stations; Washington Post examines Obama as black president; presidents found to “betray” fair-housing law; black quarterback phenom portrayed as “color-blind” (10/29/12) Hurricane_Sandy.png cape-may.jpg Obama-Sandy.jpg rocsi-diaz.jpg espn_cover.jpg Picture 1.png Daily News reporter files during storm 10-29-12.jpg 3 Feet of Water in Lobby of N.Y. Daily News Building “Our Stratified Society Makes Storms More Deadly” “Our Stratified Society Makes Storms More Deadly” ” While the Eastern seaboard braces for Hurricane Sandy, 65 people have already been killed by the storm in the Caribbean ,” Zack Beauchamp wrote Monday for thinkprogress.org
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