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the staff of a newspaper or the news department of a periodical

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an office in which news is processed by a newspaper or news agency or television or radio station

a reading room (in a library or club) where newspapers and other periodicals can be read

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WASHINGTON, July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Association of Hispanic Journalists is disturbed by the significant decline in the percentage of Latinos working in newsroom management at local English-language TV stations as well as the dramatic drop in the Latino newsroom work force in radio.
He made a measurable difference in the newsroom and we know he will tackle Detroit with the same passion he did L.
The war in Iraq became a showcase for the options the US might have for use against North Korea, and discussion of this aspect was the real focus of attention in the Japanese newsrooms.
Efforts to diversify the country's newsrooms were often forced and clumsy, and many people, black and white, had legitimate gripes.
In more than 10 years as a coach, I've spoken at and visited some 35 newspapers in 21 states, plus a couple dozen news services and specialty newsrooms, and I'm struck by some impressions that have been intensifying as I travel.
publisher of the Miami Herald, says it is important to ASNE's Year 2000 Goal, which aims to increase the number of minorities in newsrooms until it matches the percentage of minorities in the general population by the year 2000 or sooner.
These reports highlight the urgent need for news organizations to go further to make newsrooms inclusive, and to clearly demonstrate that they truly value diversity in the workplace," said NABJ President Gregory Lee Jr.
ASNE's diversity mission is for its member newsrooms to mirror the population and has set the goal of achieving parity with the general population by the year 2025 or earlier.
It was happening inside newsrooms, too: The big chains, like Gannett, were beginning to be publicly waded, most reporters had 401Ks that owned a piece of their own newspaper's stock, and upper-level editors were being rewarded with even juicier stock options.
The session will examine results and insights about challenges, usage and best practices for online newsrooms from the Bulldog Reporter/Business Wire Communicators Online Newsroom Practices Survey of nearly 500 communications professionals.
This study, coupled with the ASNE report, clearly shows that many of the nation's newsrooms remain out of sync with their public and that the executives in charge of hiring need to do more.
NEW YORK & SAN FRANCISCO -- The 2011 Communicators Online Newsroom Survey Executive Summary is the result of a partnership between Business Wire and Bulldog Reporter.
April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- UNITY: Journalists of Color is challenging each of the 743 members of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) -- some 265 of who will be gathered this week for ASNE's annual conference -- to take bold action in diversifying their newsrooms.
News Coverage, Video and Social Media Factor in Online Newsrooms
We've seen increased realization that online newsrooms are indeed a necessary interaction center between journalist and communicator," stated Ibrey Woodall, Director of Marketing and Sales at TEKgroup International, Inc.