NABJ Statement on Firings of More CBS Execs After Investigation

Two more CBS executives have been released due to the company’s external investigation into leadership and culture at its TV stations. As a result of the […]

Katrice Hardy Makes History as First Black Journalist, Woman to Be Exec Editor at Dallas Morning News

NABJ congratulates longtime member Katrice Hardy, who has become the first woman and Black journalist to hold The Dallas Morning News’ top newsroom job as its executive editor. […]

NABJ Issues Statement on Maria Taylor’s Departure, Developments at ESPN

Today’s news that talented sports analyst and primary NBA Countdown host Maria Taylor is leaving the Disney-owned ESPN network is further fueling controversy involving the company […]

NABJ Calls for Meeting with Disney Heads After Treatment of ESPN’s Maria Taylor Reveals Toxic Culture of Bias

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is outraged to read reports in The New York Times and other publications that uncover a toxic ESPN culture […]

NABJ Celebrates Appointment of Johnny Green as CBS News and Television Stations’ New York President and GM

Proud NABJ member Johnny Green Jr. was appointed president and general manager of CBS News and Television Stations’ local unit in New York City, which includes […]

Members: Join the NABJ Producer and Editors Databases

Dear Members: Thanks to all of you who have added your names and resumes to the NABJ Editor Database and the NABJ Producer Database. The databases, […]

Preview: Countdown to #NABJ21 Convention! Register Now!

The countdown is on! We’re almost two months away from the #NABJ21 Convention & Career Fair, happening August 18-21, 2021! Reserve your spot now! Register here! July 1 is the convention pre-registration deadline, […]

Applications Open for NABJ’s Entrepreneur Academy

Applications for NABJ’s new Entrepreneur Academy | Powered by CafeMedia, are now open! If you’d like to be considered for the Academy, fill out this application, which is due […]

The History of NABJ’s LGBTQ+ Task Force Part 1

Submitted By Tre’vell Anderson, LGBTQ+ Task Force In 2005, the National Association of Black Journalists made history. At its winter Board meeting, held in a hotel […]