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  • ColorComm C2Miami Conference Honors 7 Media Moguls

    Aug 13, 15 by 325 Media Creative and EURweb Leave a comment

    *MIAMI, FL – More than 300 multicultural women in media and communications, kicked off the second annual ColorComm Conference (C2Miami)  recently at the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, beginning and ending the day with inspiration, wisdom and encouragement from African-American, Latina and Asian-American female media pioneers.  Awardees included (pictured above) Allison J. Davis, Former NBC Executive Producer and a […]

  • NABJ Co-Founder Chuck Stone Jr. Dies at 89

    Apr 7, 14 by EURPublisher01 Leave a comment

    *Charles S. (Chuck) Stone Jr., a pioneering American journalist who touched and shaped many lives as a big-city newspaper columnist, university professor and a founder of the National Association of Black Journalists, died April 6 at an assisted living facility near Chapel Hill, N.C., reports The Washington Post. He was 89. His death was confirmed […]

  • Top Black Media Outlets Meet Up at NABJ convention

    Aug 14, 13 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *Executives from leading African American media outlets were well received at the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) convention in Orlando, Florida, when they spoke to the scores of people attending a workshop entitled “Meet the Black Press: Pathways for Survival in the Industry.” Veteran broadcaster Tene’ Croom, President, Tene’ Croom Communications, served as moderator […]

  • Black Journalists Being Pressured to Cancel Florida Convention

    Jul 18, 13 by PJ 5 Comments

    *In light of the George Zimmerman not-guilty verdict on Saturday, many journalists of color are pleading with the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) to cancel their convention that’s schedule to take place in two weeks in Florida. After the legendary Stevie Wonder announced that he will not play in Florida until the “Stand Your […]

  • First Black Washington Post Reporter: ‘It Damn Near Killed Me’ (Video)

    Feb 5, 13 by EurPublisher 1 Comment

    *The newsrooms throughout America make it necessary for various African American online, print, and radio news outlets like the Electronic Urban Report (EUR), The Root, The Grio, the Chicago Defender, the Afro American, Michael Baisden’s show, Tom Joyner, and many others to exist. The diversity that is necessary to tell the stories of the nation’s […]

  • Ifill is ‘Livid’ and Journalists of Color Criticize Debate Moderators

    Aug 20, 12 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment

    *Black journalists – including  one who’s moderated past vice presidential debates, Gwen Ifill – are tired of being pushed to the back seat, and the National Association of Black Journalists is making sure the big wigs of the presidential debates know it. The group announced Friday that the Commission on Presidential Debates needs to stop discriminating […]