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Sudden Change of Editors at Ebony

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April 23, 2014

Jet's Mitzi Miller replaces Amy DuBois Barnett; why can't jailed people of color be three dimensional?; Poynter's Stephen Buckley to run youth program in Zambia; New York police outreach becomes P.R. disaster; Lupita Nyong'o is people's "most beautiful person"; Avis Thomas-Lester leaving Afro-American papers; People en Español insert features English-language content; Zoraida Sambolin returns to Chicago's WMAQ as co-anchor (4/23/14)

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Jet's Mitzi Miller Replaces Amy DuBois Barnett

"Why Can't Jailed People of Color Be Three Dimensional?"

Poynter's Stephen Buckley to Run Youth Program in Zambia

New York Police Outreach Becomes P.R. Disaster

Zoraida Sambolin Returns to Chicago's WMAQ as Co-Anchor

"NBC-owned WMAQ Chicago (DMA 3) today named Zoraida Sambolin co-anchor of NBC 5 News Today," TVNewsCheck reported Wednesday.

"Sambolin has spent the past two years at CNN where she anchored the network's Early Start. While at CNN, Sambolin covered a number of big and breaking stories, including the Sandy Hook shootings, the Cleveland kidnapping and the bombings at the Boston Marathon.

"Sambolin returns to WMAQ where she worked from 2002 to 2011. She began as a weekend anchor, and was named co-anchor of the weekday morning newscasts in 2007. Prior to WMAQ, she hosted programs on the Telemundo and PBS stations in Chicago, and was once director of broadcasting for the Chicago City Colleges. . . ."

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