Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists (CAABJ)

Ethnic Media Reaching Record Numbers

Nearly 60 million Americans now regularly get information from ethnically oriented TV, radio, newspapers, and websites, many of which are published or broadcast in languages other than English–and that number is on the rise. New America Media, the non-profit...

Behind the Blogs

A recent article by Russell Smith of The Globe and Mail gives an introspective look into how blogs are measuring up in media. Titled “So Many Blogs, So Little Cash,” the article details how blogs are being used by newspaper reporters, freelance writers,...

Dedrick Russell’s NABJ Campaign Video

Online voting began this week for NABJ national elections and Dedrick Russell, a CAABJ member and education reporter for WBTV, is running for Vice President of Broadcast. If you’re a member of the national chapter then you’re eligible to vote in the...
Group Brings Together Social Media Users

Group Brings Together Social Media Users

Social media is getting more popular by the day. And traditional media outlets, communications companies, and marketing firms are among those seeking to discover if social media can help them reach more readers, viewers, listeners, and/or clients. A group called...

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