Green, Martin, Quiñones, Ward And Whitaker Honored As SPJ Fellows

The Society of Professional Journalists is recognizing Jerry Green, Roland Martin, John Quiñones, Clarissa Ward and Bill Whitaker as Fellows of the Society, the highest professional honor awarded by SPJ, for extraordinary contribution to the profession of journalism. “We at SPJ are honored to recognize five of the best journalists in the country who continue to seek the […]

Tapper Blasts Questions Leak To Clinton

Jake Tapper of CNN was a moderator of a March 13 Democratic town hall event in which Hillary Clinton appears to have gotten an unfair advantage. As disclosed earlier this week in a WikiLeaks trove of emails relating to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, the Clinton campaign received word from then-CNN contributor Donna Brazile that a death-penalty question was on tap for the event. “To find out that someone was unethically helping the Clinton campaign — tipping them off — is just very, very upsetting,” Tapper said.

Roland Martin To Host TV One Morning News

Cable network TV One, will debut News One Now, a live one-hour, weekday morning news program, in September. Journalist Roland S. Martin, will be host and managing editor of the program that will be a multi-platform experience on television, radio and online. News One Now, culled from the third hour of a three-hour radio program […]

Roland Martin Named NABJ Journalist Of The Year

Roland Martin Out At CNN

Roland Martin’s CNN Suspension Is Over

CNN Suspends Roland Martin For Anti-Gay Tweets

NEW YORK (AP) — CNN suspended political analyst Roland Martin on Wednesday for “offensive” tweets during the Super Bowl that some critics said were anti-gay. Martin commented on Twitter about a commercial during the Super Bowl that showed soccer star David Beckham in underwear: “If a dude at your Super Bowl party is hyped about […]