NAJA Elects New Officers
Mike Kellogg (Navajo), publisher of the News Press in Stillwater, Okla., was elected president of the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) on Sunday by NAJA's board of directors at the conclusion of the annual convention here.
Aug 15, 2018 in NEWS
3 Parity Project Newspapers Accepted Into ASNE High School Program
Aug 5, 2018 in NEWS
NAHJ Announces Winners of 2018 and Journalism Awards
Aug 5, 2018 in NEWS
Society of Professional Journalists Joins in Criticism of Editorial Cartoon
The Society of Professional Journalists notes with dismay an editorial cartoon critical of illegal immigrants that ran in the June 18 edition of the Dearborn (Mich.) Press & Guide.  The cartoon generated criticism from area ethnic groups as reported in other local news media.
Aug 5, 2018 in NEWS
San Jose State and San Francisco State Have Had Largest Number of Chipps Quinn Scholars
The six colleges that have had the largest number of students selected for the program: San Jose State University: 35 San Francisco State University: 30 Florida A&M; University: 26 Howard University: 24 Jackson State University: 22 University of Florida: 22
Aug 4, 2018 in NEWS
NAHJ Welcomes New Regional Directors to its Board
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists is proud to welcome three new regional directors and one returning director to its board.
Aug 4, 2018 in NEWS
Minorities Comprise 21.2 Percent of Local Television News Staffs
The percentage of minorities working in local television news last year was largely unchanged, according to a survey released today by the Radio-Television News Directors Association.
Jul 20, 2018 in NEWS
NAJA Calls For Increased Education, Recruiting by Broadcast News Industry
The Native American Journalists Association is calling on the broadcast news industry to increase its outreach to Native communities, including more educational programs and more active recruiting, after a recent survey showed a decrease in American Indians in broadcast newsrooms.
Jul 14, 2018 in NEWS