The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) invites
you to attend the following:
Hill Briefing on NABJ’s Annual Television Newsroom Management Diversity Census
September 14, 2012, 3:30 PM
WHERE: U.S. House
of Representatives, Cannon House Office Building, Room 121, Washington, DC
More on the NABJ Annual Television Diversity Census: Annually, NABJ surveys the country’s television
newsrooms to ascertain a clear picture on the number of minorities that are decision-makers
behind the camera. NABJ first began conducting its annual census as a way of
encouraging broadcasters to commit to hiring more people of color for editorial
positions. Still, the association believes true progress cannot be made unless
the companies fully commit to developing talent who can then be promoted from
To review NABJ’s most recent Television Newsroom Management
Diversity Census, please visit here.
About the National Association of Black Journalists: An
advocacy group established in 1975 in Washington, D.C., NABJ is the largest
organization of journalists of color in the nation. NABJ provides educational,
career development and support to black journalists worldwide.
For additional information, please visit, www.nabj.org, or contact us at: (301) 405-0248.