Journalism

A new Gallup poll shows that Americans are divided when it comes to the media’s coverage of Donald Trump.

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry rejected the network's severance deal. She said the deal would have included a non-disparagement clause.

"I think his passion, his enthusiasm for the game, I think it’s great. I think it’s good for football," Manning said of Newton.

Michael J. Feeny, the 32-year-old award-winning journalist who previously served as the president of the New York Association of Black Journalists, died Sunday of complications from a staph infection.

In an abrupt announcement, Al Jazeera America is shuttering its doors at the end of April.

Rankling White House officials, investigative journalist Seymour M. Hersh released a controversial story Sunday claiming that the Obama administration collaborated with Pakistani officials to kill…

Rosario Dawson sat down with Roland Martin to talk about her role as a journalist in the Chris Rock semi-autobiographical comedy, “Top Five.” She joked…

He’s covered 7 Indiana Governors from Otis Bowen to Mike Pence. He’s covered major parts of Hoosier historyt from the Blizzard of 1978, to the Tony Kiritsis saga, to legislative sessions and everything in between.  He’s WRTV/Channel 6 Statehouse Reporter Norman Cox.  He retires from the station at the end of October. In an exclusive […]

In a first in Indianapolis and Indiana broadcasting, Terri Cope-Walton was named this week as News Director for WRTV/Channel 6, the city’s ABC affiliate station.  Cope-Walton, a veteran of 15 years at the station, had been Assistant News Director. Before that she’s was Community Affairs Director and began her career at WRTV as Producer of […]

Gene Arthur Slaymaker, who during his career amassed over 200 awards for journalism excellence and who was News Director of the legendary WTLC-FM News Department during the mid 19070’s to early 1990’s died last weekend. He was 84. Under Slaymaker’s leadership, WTLC news amassed countless awards from the Associated Press, United Press International, the Radio-TV […]

NEW YORK — According to the Black Star News, legendary Black journalist and host of the long running New York City TV program, “Like It Is” on WABC, Gil Noble,  has suffered a stroke. My dear brother and friend, Gil Noble, renowned journalist and long-time host of “Like It Is” suffered a stroke last week, […]

The latest RTDNA/Hofstra University Annual Survey found that the percentage of minority news directors rose in both television and radio in 2009 but, overall, the percentage of minorities in both radio and television fell for the third straight year, although the drop in television was small.