Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand donated $1 million to Morehouse College’s sports journalism program.
Court documents accuse the current dean of using anonymous names to harass the ousted dean.
The United States Postal Service is honoring the late legendary journalist Gwen Ifill with a Forever stamp.
The Ida B. Wells Society is combating the lack of diversity in newsrooms by hosting workshops for Black investigative journalists.
Depelsha McGruder has been appointed Chief Operating Officer of New York Public Radio.
Journalism pioneer Alice Allison Dunnigan will be honored posthumously by the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
Six HBCU students have received Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellowships.
Simmons College will name their college of media, arts, and humanities after the late legendary journalist Gwen Ifill.
A new Gallup poll shows that Americans are divided when it comes to the media’s coverage of Donald Trump.
Gwen Ifill rose through the ranks of journalism, defeating many stereotypes and "isms" along the way.
MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry rejected the network's severance deal. She said the deal would have included a non-disparagement clause.
"I think his passion, his enthusiasm for the game, I think it’s great. I think it’s good for football," Manning…
Michael J. Feeny, the 32-year-old award-winning journalist who previously served as the president of the New York Association of Black…
In an abrupt announcement, Al Jazeera America is shuttering its doors at the end of April.
Rankling White House officials, investigative journalist Seymour M. Hersh released a controversial story Sunday claiming that the Obama administration collaborated…
Rosario Dawson sat down with Roland Martin to talk about her role as a journalist in the Chris Rock semi-autobiographical…
“Meet the Press,” the long-running NBC Sunday news show, has announced that it will be adding a black journalist…
NEW YORK — According to the Black Star News, legendary Black journalist and host of the long running New York…
The latest RTDNA/Hofstra University Annual Survey found that the percentage of minority news directors rose in both television and radio…
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