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NABJ Finances Looking Up

NABJ Finances Looking Up

By Justin Madden NABJ Monitor NABJ’s finances are stable for the third consecutive year and the organization’s leaders are optimistic that this year’s host city will bring in a huge…

Broadcast Media Make Small Gains in Diversity

By Marissa Evans, Lance Dixon, Regina Graham NABJ Monitor Media companies saw lukewarm progress this year when it came to diversifying news management, according to the NABJ Diversity Census report…

Urban League Chief Alarmed by Potential Change in Voting Rules

By Corey Walker NABJ Monitor Tens of thousands of blacks could be turned away from the polls this fall because of legislation that would require voters to have government-issued photo…

NABJ Reaches Out to Help Restore Home

By Shaquille Brewster NABJ Monitor NABJ board members were in the Gentilly area of New Orleans on Wednesday lending a helping hand to one family still recovering from the devastation…

Plenary Explores Campaign 2012

By Regina Graham NABJ Monitor Do blacks just vote for black candidates because they are black, was one of the questions raised during the panel discussion moderated by BET Networks…

HS Journalists @ NABJ

HS Journalists @ NABJ

Check out work done by area high school students learning new skills at JSHOP, NABJ’s High School Journalism Workshop, at the 37th Annunal NABJ Convention in New Orleans. JSHOP students…

Martin’s Parents Cite Role of Social Media in Unveiling Case

By Lance Dixon NABJ Monitor The parents of Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old Florida teenager whose fatal shooting in February became an international news story, addressed the NABJ Convention Thursday. Their…

Video: Grads with Loan Debt Job Hunt at NABJ

Students are graduating from college with record loan debt. This year’s look at the job fair focuses on recent graduates with debt seeking entry level jobs. Are they worried about…

Newspaper Shift to Digital Could Disconnect Some

Newspaper Shift to Digital Could Disconnect Some

By Marissa Evans and Kelcie C. McCrae NABJ Monitor Kenneth Lewis sat in the Tout De Suite Cafe at Algiers Point with two copies of The Times-Picayune, his breakfast and…

Convention Registration Remains Steady

By Kelcie C. McCrae NABJ Monitor The early attendance figures for the 37th annual NABJ Convention in New Orleans have remained steady despite two major factors of an earlier conference…

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