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February 26, 2010, Los Angeles - One year after the historic election of President Obama, a panel of journalists of color view the election as a positive turning point in U.S. race relations, however, an overwhelming majority thought that mainstream media did not contribute to improved race relations, according to the 2010 Journalism in Color Survey on "Race and the Media."
The Journalism in Color Survey tracks the views of professional journalists of color on issues of race and media. The survey -- commissioned by theLoop21.com, a leading African-American web site for economic and political news in collaboration with UNITY: Journalists of Color, Inc., a strategic alliance advocating fair and accurate news coverage about people of color - provides a unique perspective on racial coverage in the Age of Obama.
Survey by THELOOP21.COM & UNITY:
JOURNALISTS OF COLOR, INC. concludes CNN most trusted and FOX least trusted...
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