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Dominique Jack is a 23-year-old Brooklyn College graduate whose high school-obsession with Korean K-Pop music opened the door to a career in radio journalism. Dominique, a Brooklyn-born first-generation American whose parents emigrated from Trinidad, recently completed an internship at New York Public Radio station WNYC.

The station’s New Jersey reporter, Karen Rouse, interviewed her about her experience.

WNYC forms Black Employee Resource Group

Mar 6, 2019

By WNYC's Karen Rouse, the station's New Jersey Reporter who is a member of the PRNDI Communications Committee

New York Public Radio has formed its first ever Black Employee Resource Group as part of an overall effort to foster a supportive and inclusive environment for employees of color, and to hold the organization accountable for its diversity and inclusion goals.


  The National Press Foundation is currently taking applications for a free five-day training opportunity related to fishing and conservation.  They encourage interested journalists to apply.

St. Louis Public Radio and the St. Louis Beacon announced today their intention to explore forming an alliance to better serve the community through journalism.

A letter of intent was signed by Margaret Wolf Freivogel, a founder and the editor of the St. Louis Beacon, and Tim Eby, St. Louis Public Radio general manager.