"THE DISAPPEARING ANCHOR"
An African American Perspective

INTRODUCTION HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE THE ISSUES WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS AFRICAN AMERICAN NETWORK ANCHORS BIBLIOGRAPHY ABOUT THE AUTHOR


REFERENCES



1- Guess Who's Leaving the Newsroom,Pamela T. Newkirk Columbia Journalism Review, October 2000.

2- Inequality on Television. Todd Maupin November 2000.

3- Ziegler, D., & White, A. (1990). Women and Minorities on Network Television-News: An Examination of Correspondents and Newsmakers. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 34(2), 215-223.

4- Gallup News Service, Prime Time for Whites, Not for Blacks? November 30, 1999.

5- Our Race is a Nation-The Myth of Diversity, Jared Taylor,pg.5-6

6- Our Race is a Nation-The Myth of Diversity, Jared Taylor,pg.-7

7- African American and Latino Views of Local Chicago TV News, Cynthia Linton and Robert LeBailey, Northwestern University, 1998.


RELATED LINKS


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