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President Obama and the Ethnic Press

L.A. Times, Posted: Feb 23, 2009

LOS ANGELES -- President Obama has signaled that he may shake up the traditional protocols of Washington journalism, reports James Rainey for the Los Angeles Times. Obama, who has yet to grant a post-election interview to the New York Times, gave his first interview as president to Ebony magazine and his first known radio interview to host El Pistolero. He has also granted interviews to the editor of Black Enterprise magazine Spanish-language radio DJ El Piolin in Los Angeles. Black and brown media are having their long overdue moment, writes Rainey, but, he adds, "to serve their audiences best, it's time to turn from celebration to examination."


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