Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists (CAABJ)
Journalists Bowled for Great Cause

Journalists Bowled for Great Cause

CAABJ hosted Bowling With the Journalists on September 10 to raise money for its annual college scholarship. Several CAABJ members, area journalists, friends, and family came out to AMF University Lanes to try their best to bowl a perfect game (not!) and support this...
WUABJ to Host First Event

WUABJ to Host First Event

The Winthrop University Association of Black Journalists (WUABJ) has kicked off its first school year as an official NABJ student chapter, and is presenting its first public event this Wednesday, September 22 at 7 p.m. WUABJ is hosting a panel discussion focusing on...
CAABJ Member Shares His ‘ViewPoint’

CAABJ Member Shares His ‘ViewPoint’

CAABJ member and immediate past president Jarvis Holliday is featured in the September 2010 issue of Charlotte ViewPoint, a web-based magazine that has built a reputation for its thought-provoking articles and columns. In the Q&A, Holliday is asked about his...
CAABJ College Scholarship Deadline November 17

CAABJ College Scholarship Deadline November 17

The Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists (CAABJ) will award their annual college scholarship to a student attending a Charlotte-area college or university, who is pursuing a career in journalism or mass communications. The $1,000 scholarship is designed to...

Charlotte Grows as Television Market

Charlotte moved up a notch to No. 23 in size among the nation’s 210 television markets, according to the annual ranking by Nielsen. With an estimated 1,166,180 households with television in its 22-county region, which stretches from the Virginia line to Chester,...
Study of African Americans in News Coverage

Study of African Americans in News Coverage

As a group, African Americans attracted relatively little attention in the U.S. mainstream news media during the first year of Barack Obama’s presidency — and what coverage there was tended to focus more on specific episodes than on examining how broader issues...
CAABJ Members Learn to Work Their Network

CAABJ Members Learn to Work Their Network

Last week, CAABJ brought in a guest speaker for its July meeting, held at Loco Lime/Common House. Shelley Young, brand education consultant at Wells Fargo, presented a mini-workshop on “The Art of Networking” to a group of about twenty people made up of...
‘New U’ Project Grant for Journalists of Color

‘New U’ Project Grant for Journalists of Color

UNITY: Journalists of Color, Inc. has received a $100,000 grant from The Ford Foundation to implement New U: News Entrepreneurs Working through UNITY, and they want YOU to apply for this exciting new program. The New U project is intended to increase the number of...
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