New membership is by application, based on ASNE
"Some editors are doing a better job of recruiting and retaining journalists of colour," said Karen Magnuson, editor of aACAyRochester Democrat and Chronicle' and chair of the ASNE
To a large extent, this speech and that percentage of representation served as a point of departure for ASNE
's efforts to achieve a professional norm by which it would come closer to democratizing newsroom hiring.
(Teg nodi na fu Asne
heb ei hanfri hefyd wrth i'r un teulu geisio ei chyhuddo o'u cam bortreadu).
When the ASNE
census began, one of every 25 employees in newspaper newsrooms was a journalist of color, compared to one of every five U.S.
Currently, there are 7,113 minorities in daily newspaper newsrooms across the country, according to ASNE
began conducting the annual survey in 1978 in an effort to measure the industry's success in recruiting and retaining journalists of color so that the percent of minorities in newsrooms would be representative of the general population and the communities that newspapers cover.
Norwegian journalist Asne
Seierstad was initially planning to spend ten days in Baghdad, having been given permission by the government of Saddam Hussein in 2003 to report briefly on Iraq's situation.
In 2004, the ASNE
survey showed that of the approximately 54,200 professionals working in newsrooms, some 13 percent are minorities.
Mohammad is currently in Norway to seek corrections for the parts of the book by the Norwegian author Asne
Seierstad that he considers untrue.
The Bookseller Of Kabul by Asne
Seierstad (Little, Brown, pounds 12.99) A unique insight into another world as the Norwegian answer to Kate Adie shares the life of a family in Kabul...
Yet, the percentage of minority representation in the newsroom raised slightly, according to a report released in April by the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE
), an organization of daily newspaper editors.