Diversity

Nancy Gibbs

By Diversity September 10, 2014

Related Article Where Are the Women? Why we need more female newsroom leaders PLUS Read more stories from prominent female leaders I doubt I have very many communications majors at Time. I have history majors, … Read more

Clara Jeffery

By Diversity September 10, 2014

Related Article Where Are the Women? Why we need more female newsroom leaders PLUS Read more stories from prominent female leaders Journalism is no different than any other profession in that it’s hard for women … Read more

Whitney Johnson

By Diversity September 10, 2014

Related Article Where Are the Women? Why we need more female newsroom leaders PLUS Read more stories from prominent female leaders Why have women had such little success in turning their names into brands people … Read more

Emily Ramshaw

By Diversity September 10, 2014

Related Article Where Are the Women? Why we need more female newsroom leadersPLUS Read more stories from prominent female leaders Don’t wait for someone to hand you a leadership opportunity; make one for yourself. The … Read more

What Often Goes Unsaid

By Diversity October 3, 2011

The racial dynamic of what happens inside a newsroom is ‘an elusive if contentious subject that seldom rises to become a topic of media forums or workshops—except when minority journalists come together to talk.’ Read more

Carl Sandburg’s Reporting Foretold the Chicago Race Riots of 1919

By Diversity September 13, 2011

“Diversity fatigue has been alive and well in America's news industry for many years,” writes Milton Coleman, a senior editor at The Washington Post and an organizer of Leadership in Diversity: New Models for Growing Audience, Talent and Revenues, a two-part conference taking place this year. Racial practices in newsrooms disquiet blacks, but discussions about them surface mostly among minority journalists. As black journalists leave mainstream news organizations for websites, issues of financial viability, resources for reporting, and their site’s impact follow them. Read more