Distrust: A Legacy of Media Segregation
 

Distrust: A Legacy of Media Segregation

New America Media, News Analysis, James McGrath Morris, Posted: Dec 18, 2014

The selective perceptions of whites and blacks, shaped by different historical media experiences, feed their dissimilar interpretation of events.

Mexicans Urge National Strike for Revolucion #Ayotzinapa

 

AL DÍA NEWS, News Report, Ana Gamboa, Posted: Nov 17, 2014

Mexican social media users are urging the country to go on a national strike Nov. 20, under the hashtags #YaMeCanse and #AyotzinapaSomosTodos.

 

Reinventing an Ethnic Newspaper As a Cultural Institution

 

Nichi Bei, Commentary, Jon Funabiki, Posted: Nov 12, 2014

While daily newspapers across the country battle for their lives, a scrappy little ethnic newspaper in San Francisco’s Japantown is discovering new ways to survive. It is the Nichi Bei Weekly, and it’s become my poster child for the special role that ethnic news media can play in their communities.

Ben Bradlee, Newspaper Editor of Watergate Fame, Dies at 93

 

The Root, News Report, Posted: Oct 22, 2014

The former Washington Post executive editor who directed its Watergate coverage also struggled with how to cover and manage racial issues in his newsroom during the 1970s

 

Korean TV Show Tackles Taboo Subject of Mental Illness

 

New America Media, News Report, YeoJin Kim, Posted: Oct 15, 2014

A TV drama set in the mental health ward of a hospital is sparking conversations in South Korea.

Vietnamese Independent Reporters Become Martyrs For Their Paper's Cause

 

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Oct 07, 2014

Redemptorist News journalists have been jailed, harassed, and had their passports revoked for reporting on human rights.

 

José Luis Sierra, in Memoriam

 

La Opinión, Commentary, Gabriel Lerner, Translated by Elena Shore, Posted: Sep 08, 2014

Journalist José Luis Sierra was a symbol of Hispanic journalism in Los Angeles.

Broadcast TV pioneer & KTSF owner Lillian Lincoln Howell

 

KTSF, News Report, Posted: Sep 05, 2014

TV pioneer and longtime owner of the San Francisco Bay Area television station KTSF Lillian Lincoln Howell died peacefully at her South Bay home on August 31.

 

The Murder of Journalists Puts News Media in a Quandary

 

UC Berkeley Blog, Commentary, Edward Wasserman, Posted: Sep 04, 2014

The videos of James Foley and Steven Sotloff reawakened the debate over the proper use of gruesome imagery in news reportage.

 

For Freelancers, Growing Opportunity and Risk

 

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Posted: Aug 27, 2014

The beheading of freelance journalist James Foley by ISIS militants highlights the growing dangers that freelance reporters covering conflict zones face.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ... 44 Next

Featured Video

DACA Medi-Cal -- A Lifeline for Young Samoan With Bone Disease
 
DACA Medi-Cal -- A Lifeline for Young Samoan With Bone Disease

By Text: Viji Sundaram / Video: Tudor Stanley,
Posted: Dec 05, 2014

 

Ethnoblog

Immigration Stories That Will Belo

Ghost Author, Sep 10, 2013

Two Years on, Remembering The Fukus

Andrew Lam, Mar 11, 2013

Nói Chuyện với nhà văn Andrew Lâm

Andrew Lam, Mar 07, 2013

Grandmother's Last Lesson -- Seeing

Andrew Lam, Feb 21, 2013

Remembering A Broken Romance on Val

Andrew Lam, Feb 14, 2013

 

Recent Comments

 

Immigration

 

Elders