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Media Coverage Said to Slow Down Police

October 26, 2015 FBI director ties scrutiny, rise in violent crime; Ole Miss removes state flag from campus; Houston Chronicle series showcases foreign-born; "enormous reaction" to Providence Journal's...

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Why Are Cops in Schools, Anyway?

October 28, 2015 Media question discipline practices after S.C. incident; 25,000 sign petition urging CNN to fire Don Lemon; GOP candidates blast CNBC, mainstream media in debate; Alex Poinsett, Ebony...

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NABJ Shakeup After New Deficit Estimate

October 30, 2015 Figure nears $380K; executive director's job, 2 others cut; organizer says he'll continue drive to oust Lemon; Philly Inquirer, Daily News, Philly.com newsrooms to ; ESPN Shuts...

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Allegra Bennett, Alumna of First SPMJ Reporting Class, Dies at 68

By Milford Prewitt November 1, 2015 Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” album. Weather Report’s “Boogie Woogie Waltz.” McCoy Tyner’s “Understanding.” Prince’s “1999.” El DeBarge’s “All This Love.”...

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The Record

Reporter II Posted on:  November 1, 2015 Reporter II – (Woodland Park) The Record has three (3) openings for a full-time Reporter II. We’re looking for self-starters who can break local news as well...

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The Record

Senior Writer Posted on:  November 1, 2015 Senior Writer – (Woodland Park) The Record has an opening for a full-time senior writer. The successful candidate will have a command of the writing skills...

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Robert Montemayor, part of Pulitzer-winning LAT team, has died

By Jesus Rangel October 31, 2015 Robert Montemayor, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, media executive, author, and educator, died Oct. 22 at the age of 62. He had suffered from cancer and had...

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J-Dean Stopped for "Walking While Black"?

November 2, 2015 Video of Saturday morning encounter prompts a debate; Obama: News cycle leads to sensationalism, pessimism; . . . "Hamilton" called example of making history relevant; GOP candidates...

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And Now, a Case of "Sitting While White"

November 4, 2015 "Bland got off easy," columnist writes of tasered man; 46 laid off at Philly Inquirer, Daily News, Philly.com; K.C. Star sells out of World Series victory papers; Tribune agrees with...

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Carson Fights One-Two Punch From Media

November 6, 2015 Tales of West Point offer, violent past challenged; Native Americans hail rejection of Keystone pipeline; unmasking of cop's suicide destroys anti-black narrative; website created to...

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Mizzou J-School a Part of Protest Story

November 9, 2015 Columnists call football team's threatened strike historic; troopers misreport race of drivers they stop, station finds; do reporters really wear "unthought-about uniform"?; editor...

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MSNBC Videos Show Death in Police Custody

November 11, 2015 Tasered man pleads, "Please don't do this to me"; free-press confrontation at Mizzou harkens back 40 years; dozens died in Ike's deportation program, cited by Trump; . . . Carson...

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New on Editorial Page: Thuggish Poses

November 16, 2015 Palm Beach Post takes readers to deadly "Facebook wars"; opinion pages turn to communities to keep diversity; honors for exposing "The Death No One Cared About"; with terror attacks,...

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For Some, Race Shapes Views of Paris Coverage

November 18, 2015 Commentators see hypocrisy in positions on refugees; Carson adviser questions candidate's grasp of Middle East; Bobby Jindal is a "charlatan" to Indian American; why no actresses of...

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Latino Leaders Irate After NBC Meeting

November 20, 2015 Network news president blunders but elevates Diaz-Balart; Syrian journalist says internal rifts led ISIS to bomb; Ta-Nehisi Coates wins National Book Award; Smith students want...

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Media Refute Trump on Blacks, Arab Americans

November 23, 2015 GOP candidate stands by racially charged misinformation; networks can't agree on challenge to trump on access; Iran sentences Washington Post reporter to prison; Mali's tragedy isn't...

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Legal Action by Media Forced Release of Shocking Chicago Video

November 25, 2015 Officer unloaded gun on black teen 16 times in 15 seconds; Woo, Banks, Chu among dozens taking L.A. Times buyout; N.Y. Times backs removal of Woodrow Wilson's name (11/25/15); media...

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KUSC/KDFC

Senior Manager of Underwriting and Corporate Partnerships Posted on:  November 25, 2015 Below you will find the details for the position including any supplementary documentation and questions you...

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Sympathetic Language for an Accused Killer

November 30, 2015 Media outlets again accused of racial double standards; writers debate why so many give R. Kelly a pass; Annenberg to spend $5 million to boost J-school diversity; younger, older...

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San Bernardino Was One of the Victims

December 2, 2015 Networks stay live for latest mass shooting; N.Y. Post banners, "MUSLIM KILLERS"; Chicago's dailies want 2nd video released; CNN admits "mistake" in Freddie Gray description; Harry...

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