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Board Operators Posted on:  June 4, 2013 Entercom is looking for part-time and full-time Board Operators to help in clerical and operations assistance to assure smooth airing of station’s pre-recorded...

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Entercom

Temporary Part-Time Programming Intern Posted on:  June 4, 2013 Entercom San Francisco, is currently accepting applications for an unpaid, part-time programming intern to assist our radio stations....

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How to Love

Shawn Stiff February 9, 2013 Valentine’s Day represents a day of love and expressions of love towards others. However, it seems like a difficult task of finding the appropriate gifts for your loved...

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Chokwe Lumumba – What’s All the Enigma About?

Rachel James-Terry April 29, 2013 It is election time again and we have been bombarded by at least ten mayoral wannabe’s – all confident that their plan to fix potholes, non-existent jobs and a broken...

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Mississippi is not that bad

Timothy Torrey May 23, 2013 Recently I saw a segment on the news that quoted a study that said Mississippi was the second laziest state in the union. It’s crazy to think that this is the way the rest...

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Jackson: A poetic interpretation

David Williamson March 6, 2013 As a poet, one of the first things I wanted to do when I got to Jackson was to check out the poetry scene, link with other writers and really focus on growing myself as...

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Christopher Johnson's Story on All Things Considered

MIJE Staff June 5, 2013 Christopher Johnson, coordinator for Oakland Voices and 2010 Multimedia Editing Program graduate, reported yesterday on a recently published NPR poll on relationships between...

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N.Y. Post's Lightning-Rod Cartoonist Exits

June 5, 2013 Critics said Sean Delonas showed Obama as chimpanzee; first lady and her heckler: Oppressed groups in conflict?; Univision anchor: coverage "clearly pro-latino or pro-immigrant"; Study:...

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No "Candidate Geraldo" This Time Around

June 7, 2013 Rivera is collateral damage in Gov. Christie's "stunt"; at least 3 of color laid off at New York Post; Chinese dissident designs Time cover; John Noel, WNBC-TV reporter, dies of cancer at...

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Poll: Blacks More Accepting of Curbs on Privacy

June 10, 2013 Majority of Americans say security is the bigger priority; media influence clear in Zimmerman trial jury selection; N.Y. Times' Keller favors class-based affirmative action; nonprofit...

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Mark Trahant to Serve as UAA 2013-14 Atwood Chair of Journalism

MIJE Staff June 11, 2013 Journalist Mark Trahant, MIJE Board Chair, will serve as the 20th Atwood Chair of Journalism at the University of Alaska Anchorage. The position brings nationally known...

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The Free Lance-Star Radio Group

Radio Marketing Consultant Posted on:  June 12, 2013 Deadline:  July 1, 2013 The Free Lance-Star Radio Group, WFLS, WVBX, WWUZ, WNTX-AM and FredFM, a family owned and operated company, has a unique...

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How to Defend Against Surveillance

June 12, 2013 Will the government think you're guilty by association?; magazines'"new Golden Age" looks like the pale old age; Soledad O'Brien to join "Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel"; Rosa Flores,...

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Recalling Dad's Encounter With Intensive Government Monitoring

Dori Maynard June 13, 2013 At age 55 and dull, part of me buys the case that it's better to lose a little bit of privacy for a whole lot of security.So the government wants to monitor me? Okay. I have...

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Scott Johnson: On the Inside Looking Out, On the Outside Looking In (Online...

Event Date(s):  06/25/2013 - 11:00 - 12:00 Category:  Webinar Join Scott Johnson, author of the praised CIA family memoir "The Wolf and the Watchman" for a discussion of both his book and his work as...

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Medgar Wiley Evers: 50-year anniversary of a martyr

Charles Graham June 9, 2013 It was a warm summer night on June 12, 1963 when a shot rang out on Guynes Street in the Georgetown neighborhood in Jackson, Mississippi. An innocent young black man was...

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Progress in Death: Medgar Evers’ Legacy

Mukesh Kumar June 12, 2013 In one of the earlier episodes of ‘Law and Order,’ ADA Paul Robinette delivers one of his memorable lines. “We are past the separate drinking fountain. We are past legal...

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Medgar Evers: A lesson in history that needs to be told

Michelle Simon June 10, 2013 I remember studying Anne Frank in the eight grade and how excited I was, mainly because we would be reading the play aloud and I of course, was Anne Frank. In addition to...

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