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NABJ backs Johnson's bid for new network; Lyne Pitts steps down as NBC News vice president

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  • Richard Prince
    NABJ Backs Johnson s Bid for New Network: Black Ownership, Hope for News Programming Cited Lyne Pitts Steps Down as NBC News Vice President USA Today to
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      NABJ Backs Johnson's Bid for New Network:
      Black Ownership, Hope for News Programming Cited
      Lyne Pitts Steps Down as NBC News Vice President
      USA Today to Publish Inauguration Issue Next Week
      Journalists Might Not Get Inaugural Spots
      "Salivating at the Thought of Getting a Journalist"
      Columnists Alarmed by Rising Black Teen Homicides
      Up to 8 Foreign Journalists to Gain Access to Gaza
      For Commemoration, Cuba Urged to Free 21 Journalists

      Short Takes: "Solid as Barack"; Univision in Indianapolis; Chauncey Bailey Project; Univision ratings; Mary White Ovington stamp; Quita Culpepper; "Words to Be Banished from the Queen's English"; shoe-throwing journalists; University of Kentucky's School of Journalism and Zambians; Noluthando Crockett-Ntonga; Knight, Nieman fellowships; Caroline Gombakomba.

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      Richard Prince
      Alexandria, Va.

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