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Video Producer/Editor

BAYCAT | San Francisco, CA Posted on:  May 17, 2012 Job Description: Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology, BAYCATVideo Producer/EditorPart Time/Interim Full Time  --  July - December...

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Media Coverage of Reproductive Rights Should Include Women of Color

Author:  Nadra Kareem Nittle May 17, 2012 Social wedge issues such as abortion, birth control and sex education in public schools have taken center stage and sometimes dominated the political debate...

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In the Headlines: The Minority Birth Rate and Donna Summer’s Death

Author:  Jean Marie Brown May 17, 2012 The birth rate for minorities is outpacing the rate for whites for the first time, but you wouldn’t know it based on coverage decisions on the mainstream sites....

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News to Use: The Browning of America

May 18, 2012 Census milestone eluded most front pages; L.A. Times to hire 5 with Ford Foundation grant; Donna Summer a part of Boston, and vice-versa; for journalism schools, a call for "radical...

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Trayvon Martin Documents and Images Get Close Scrutiny

Author:  Jean Marie Brown May 18, 2012 Evidence from the investigation into the shooting death of Trayvon Martin dominates the day’s homepages.  There’s also more coverage of Donna Summer’s death....

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Cory Booker’s “Nauseating” Comment Generates Flurry of Attention

Author:  Jean Marie Brown May 21, 2012 Sometimes, what the mainstream sites don’t consider homepage worthy is as intriguing as what is selected. When the President announced his support for same-sex...

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Photog Arrested in Chicago Protests

May 21, 2012 Joshua Lott, Getty freelancer, at NATO demonstrations; NABJ says convention sponsorship exceeds 2011; reporter's career is as dead as Tupac and Biggie; rush to Latino programming could...

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Reedsburg Times Press | Reedsburg, WI

Reporter Posted on:  May 22, 2012 Deadline:  June 21, 2012 Description: For more information on all of the opportunities at Capital Newspapers and to apply online, follow this link. read more

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New Hampshire Public Radio | Concord, NH

Health Care Reporter Posted on:  May 22, 2012 Deadline:  June 15, 2012 NHPR broadcasts across New Hampshire on seven transmitters and four translator stations. NHPR also provides live streaming of its...

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Mayor Booker Stays in the Headlines

Author:  Jean Marie Brown May 22, 2012 Cory Booker’s criticism of the Obama campaign’s attack ad continues to trend, as the Newark mayor and Democrat keeps trying to explain what he really meant to...

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Bay Area News Group | Hayward, CA

Breaking News/Digital Reporter Posted on:  May 23, 2012 Deadline:  June 19, 2012 Description:The Bay Area News Group, which includes the San Jose Mercury News, Contra Costa Times and Oakland Tribune,...

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"Attack Ads," Character Questions in NAHJ Contest

May 23, 2012 Contreras unopposed as filing deadline nears; Contreras: "My record . . . speaks for itself"; Michael Days returns as editor of Philly's Daily News; 5 black sports journalists laid off at...

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People of Color Fill Supporting -- Not Starring -- Roles

Author:  Jean Marie Brown May 23, 2012 The mainstream narrative focuses on controversy and celebrity and fails to show people of color in assertive and active roles. Consider the report about the...

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Yakima Herald-Republic | Yakima, WA

Assistant City Editor Posted on:  May 24, 2012 GENERAL SUMMARY:The Assistant City Editor helps direct news coverage by the Yakima Herald-Republic, the primary source of local and regional news for...

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Thomas Peele in Conversation with Earl Caldwell | June 20, Schomburg Center, NYC

Event Date(s):  06/20/2012 (All day) Thomas Peele, author of "Killing the Messenger: A Story of Radical Faith, Racism's Backlash, and the Assassination of a Journalist," In conversation with Earl...

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Media Portrayals of Black Youths Contribute to Racial Tension

Author:  Joshunda Sanders May 24, 2012 Mainstream media often portray African-American youths, especially black men and boys, as criminals, crime victims and predators. These stereotypes, according to...

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NAHJ Contest Possible After All

May 25, 2012 Hugo Balta says he will respond to petition drive; Times-Picayune, Ala. papers scale back print editions; USA Today says it's adding in Sports, not subtracting; Andy Harvey, Navajo ex-TV...

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Political Coverage Highlights a Host of Issues Related to Race

Author:  Jean Marie Brown May 28, 2012 Overall, people of color are still featured in mainstream stories about celebrities, sports and crime. But race is a strong issue in campaign coverage. From...

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A Touching Image of Obama and a Boy

May 28, 2012 Story gives new life to symbolic White House photo; ProPublica, radio show team on story of massacre; Times-Picayune staffers updating resumes; right wing stokes stories of black-on-white...

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Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication | Phoenix, AZ

News21 Executive Editor Posted on:  May 30, 2012 Deadline:  October 1, 2012 The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is seeking an Executive Editor for the national News21...

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