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WKBW-DT

Multi-Media Journalist Posted on:  May 22, 2013 WKBW-DT Buffalo, NY has an immediate opening for a Multi-Media Journalist. The successful candidate must have experience with all facets of...

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WBBM-TV, CBS 2

Anchor/Reporter Posted on:  May 23, 2013 Title: Anchor/ReporterLevel: Union Non-Exempt (AFTRA)Dept: NEWSDate: May 2013 Purpose of position: Gather information about news stories and deliver...

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Oklahoma Media Praised for Saving Lives

May 22, 2013 Father of black child, first identified casualty, tells story; Lynn Hoppes reported among layoffs at ESPN; Obama says he's not interested in prosecuting reporters; debate continues over...

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‘Bias Busters’ Class Publishes Cultural Competence Guide

Joe Grimm May 23, 2013 Where do we begin to learn about one another? Here’s a little story and a little answer. Where do we begin to learn about one another?Here’s a little story and a little answer....

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Will Eric Holder Consult With Journalists of Color?

May 24, 2013 Obama "troubled" by threats to investigative reporting; Smiley: Displeased Obama aides pressured my sponsors; marketing chief Janet Rollé is latest to leave CNN; a year later, reading...

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James Hawkins, Ex-FAMU Dean, Dies at 64

May 27, 2013 Retired J-educator was at school 34 years; on Memorial Day, connection to freed slaves is muted; undercover journalists stung by Syria's chemical weapons; administration casting wide net...

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Southern California Public Radio

Reporter II, Immigration/Emerging Communities Posted on:  May 28, 2013 Location: Pasadena, CASalary Range: $58,547 - $87,820Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-ExemptBenefits: YesEmployment Type: Full TimeBusiness...

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Southern California Public Radio

Reporter II, Business Posted on:  May 28, 2013 Reporter II, Business #181-13Location: Pasadena, CASalary Range: $58,547 - $87,820Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-ExemptBenefits: YesEmployment Type: Full...

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Holder Wants Talks With Media Off the Record; Some Will Boycott

May 29, 2013 Journalist of color groups not invited; Joyner says Smiley should blame low ratings, not Obama; NBCUniversal pays its college interns; diversity efforts ebb not just in news business; old...

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WKBW-TV

Senior Promotions Producer/Editor/Videographer Posted on:  May 30, 2013 WKBW-TV in Buffalo, NY has an immediate opening for a highly creative Senior Promotions Producer/Editor/Videographer who will...

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Oakland Effect Journalist Scott Johnson Publishes Memoir

MIJE Staff May 30, 2013 The Wolf and The Watchman: A Father, a Son, and the CIABy Scott Johnson Growing up, Scott C. Johnson always suspected that his father was different. Only as a teenager did he...

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Holder to Meet With Journalists of Color

May 31, 2013 "It was always his plan," a staffer says of the outreach (5/31/13); Joyner says Smiley should blame low ratings, not Obama; NBCUniversal pays its college interns; diversity efforts ebb not...

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NABJ, AAJA, Black Press Turn Down Holder

June 2, 2013 Black, Asian, lesbian and gay journalists cite off-the-record stipulation (6/2/13); amid "toxic, unkind spirit," Sun-Times shuts photo dept.; founders exit Grio — MSNBC takes over from NBC...

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Jackson’s Mayoral Race: The day after the election

Charles Graham May 22, 2013 Today is May 22nd, the day after the primary runoff in the Jackson Mayor’s Race.  Presumably, after the Republican and Independent candidates have their say in the June...

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Harold Washington and Chokwe Lumumba: Unity for Change

Mukesh Kumar May 29, 2013 Following the bitterly fought Democratic primary and runoff, two issues that made headlines during the past week involved a quibble over Christopher Columbus and the...

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The father factor: My kind of men set the bar high

Jennifer Parker February 20, 2013 Recently a good friend of mine ran for public office. On election night, I stopped by her campaign’s headquarters, where a crowd of supporters and staff were awaiting...

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Infrastructure Problems Still Plaguing the City and Neighborhoods

Roderick Red May 30, 2013 Infrastructure is a word that has been beat to death in recent weeks by the Jackson mayoral candidates. And it remains to be seen how and if the leaders can handle the...

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Jackson is at a pivotal point as municipal election draws near

Michelle Simon April 30, 2013 As the city of Jackson prepares to elect new leadership, citizens cannot help but to consider the current condition of Jackson and question its present status...

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Criminal defense law intrigues me

Damon Stevenson February 7, 2013 My favorite area of law is criminal defense, which is good since I work in a town where work is plenteous and my services are always in need. I love the thrill of a...

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Holder Says He Would Address Leaks Differently

June 3, 2013 NAHJ, Unity reps are told journalists were not the target (6/3/13); amid "toxic, unkind spirit," Sun-Times shuts photo dept.; founders exit Grio — MSNBC takes over from NBC News;...

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