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Economy tests media’s diversity

Newsrooms struggle to look more like the audience

Roxanna Haynes was interviewed at the Asian American Journalists Association convention by Yale University student Patrick Lee, who was making a video on dressing for professional success. Roxanna Haynes was interviewed at the Asian American Journalists Association convention by Yale University student Patrick Lee, who was making a video on dressing for professional success. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By Jazmine Ulloa
Globe Correspondent / August 14, 2009

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While hundreds of minority journalists are in Boston for a conference this week, industry leaders are trying to tackle a growing concern: how to preserve diversity in the nation’s newsrooms. (Full article: 1069 words)

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