Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists (CAABJ)
Bloggers among journalists at DNC

Bloggers among journalists at DNC

Written by Marc For every three delegates at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) there is at least one journalist; but many of them are working online instead of on the air. If you walk down Denver’s 16th Street Mall, you can’t miss...

Next NABJ Webinar Scheduled for Sept. 17

The second of NABJ and the Poynter Institute’s four-part webinar series on Managing Today’s Newsroom is scheduled for September 17, 2-3 p.m. Part two of the series is titled Coaching and Counseling for Outstanding Performance. The presenter will be Joyce...

Don’t Question My Credibility Because I’m Black

By Barbara CiaraPresident, National Association of Black JournalistsReprinted from www.nabj.orgWhen I was an aspiring journalist back in the 1970s, a college professor taught a lesson that has shaped the kind of journalist I try to be today. He instructed our class to...

Event Focuses on the Evolution of Media

Please note that this is not a CAABJ event. But it is an event we think our members would benefit from attending. Ink Starved: Millennials and the Evolution of Media Man can’t live on ones and zeros alone, but millennials seem determined to forego the...

Creative Loafing Internship

Creative Loafing, Charlotte’s alternative weekly newspaper, is seeking editorial internship candidates who are currently enrolled in school and are pursuing a degree in journalism or a similar field. Students with an interest in news, arts, music and film are...

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