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Byron Pitts: New Anchor Of ABC’s “Nightline”

Veteran news man Byron Pitts moved from CBS News to ABC News in 2013 to become chief national correspondent and anchor. Now, after being at the network for a year and half, Pitts has been promoted to the new anchor ...
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National Association of Black Journalists: Will They Cancel Florida Convention?

In the wake of the George Zimmerman not-guilty verdict on Saturday and music great Stevie Wonder’s announcement that he will not play in Florida until the “Stand Your Ground” law is abolished, many journalists of color are asking the National ...
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Roland Martin: To Host TV One News Show

Former CNN commentator Roland Martin will host TV One‘s first morning news program, “News One Now.” The one-hour live weekday telecast is set to launch in September and will focus on African-American news, current affairs and will feature experts, newsmakers ...
TV

Roland Martin: Journalist Of The Year

Journalist, radio host and television commentator Roland S. Martin has been named Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ). The popular 44-year-old media personality was selected for the award by NABJ’s Board of Directors. “Roland ...
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Byron Pitts: Leaving CBS News For ABC News

News man Byron Pitts is making a move. The 52-year-old chief national correspondent is leaving CBS News. Pitts, a contributor to “60 Minutes,” is finalizing a deal to go ABC News. The Baltimore-bred talent will be both a chief national ...
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Hot Shots: Star Jones, Roland Martin, Omarosa, Doug E. Fresh, ...

More than 20 million people watched President Barack Obama’s second inauguration on television Nielsen announced on Wednesday. A combination of the ratings across 18 different networks, the total viewership for his second inauguration 20.552 million people. CNN was the top-rated ...