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  • J'Sticks 3:21 pm on December 9, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Color, Gift Guide, Holidays, New York Times, Race, Style Guide   

    NYT’s Color Style Guide (Really?) 

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    Somali fashion, do-it-yourself henna kits, children’s books that draw inspiration from the lives of Barack Obama and Sonia Sotomayor: it’s not hard to find gifts created for and by people of color this holiday season. Here are some possibilities.

    This could be a case of when “keeping it real goes wrong”. Sure we all shop and knowing what to get for the holidays is key but making a separate list for people of color instead of incorporating it in the rest of the guide is a bit much…

     
    • Trent F. 3:48 pm on December 9, 2009 Permalink

      Are there any people of color working at the New York Times? If so, what are their thoughts on this? I mean, seriously, this is ridiculous.

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  • J'Sticks 9:59 am on August 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Jayson Blair, , Mental Health, New York Times, Recession-proof   

    Ex-reporter Jayson Blair now working as life coach 

    Jayson Blair knows his new profession — life coach — smacks some people in the face like a bad punchline.

    “People say, ‘Wait a minute. You’re a life coach?’ That makes no sense,’” says Blair, the ex-journalist best known for foisting plagiarism and fabrications into the pages of The New York Times. “Then they think about my life experiences and what I’ve been through and they say ‘Wait a minute. It does make sense.’”

    Blair, 33, resigned from the Times in 2003, leaving a journalistic scandal in his wake. The resulting furor led the paper’s top two newsroom executives to resign. Blair wrote a book, then mostly disappeared from view.

    For the past two years, he has been quietly working as a certified life coach for one of the most respected mental health practices in northern Virginia.

    “He can relate to patients just beautifully,” said Michael Oberschneider, the psychologist who hired Blair and urged him to become a life coach. “Sometimes you just meet people in life who have these electric personalities. Well, Jayson is now using his talents for good.” [SOURCE]

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  • rashaunh 11:36 am on August 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: AOL, , New York Times,   

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  • J'Sticks 10:25 pm on August 10, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Interesting Articles, , , New York Times,   

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    People will listen to a black person sing (Beyonce), watch a black person dunk a ball (LeBron), a black person act (Will Smith) and a black person be president (the O-Man), but when it comes to your average, shouty, loud, political gabfest, TV Land is often as white as pure Colombian Cocaine. Not surprising considering things only recently got all “gendered” up with additions like MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, CNN’s Campbell Brown and FOX News’ Greta Van Sustern (the original!). Heaven’s to Besty, it would be too much to ask for post-racial America to give some minority a shot at screaming at people for an hour.

    Not that a network or two hasn’t tried. CNN gave Roland Martin a shot during Brown’s pregnancy break, but that went unmercifully bad. Ratings continued to be low (and still are low with Brown back), and Martin was politely push back down to second fiddle pundit status. CNN also gave comedian D.L. Hughley a show.

    I’m still trying to bleach that one from my mind.

    The problem seems to be that the networks (or in this case – network, re: CNN) seem to be stuck either playing it safe or swinging for the fences an never any in-between. Everyone else, even the so-called “Liberal” network MSNBC seem anemic to the notion of minority show hosts. The closest they often come is using former MTV/NPR reporter Alison Stewart as a seat-filler for Keith Olbermann and Rachel Maddow when they go on vacation.

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  • Tanisha Blakely 8:05 am on May 11, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Education, , , New York Magazine, New York Times,   

    Will Developers or Journalists Save the Media Industry? 

    Back in January New York Magazine did a feature on New York Times’ developers-slash-journalists or journalists-slash-developers (see: http://bit.ly/PN5zN). Fast forward, Northwestern University’s journalism school is offering free scholarships to software developers so they can hone their journalism skills. Check it out: http://bit.ly/UFMOF

    With media fast tracking from print to digital, maybe journalists should seriously consider getting their technology weight up. Print journalists, are you ready for the digital world?

     
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