Wednesday, June 01, 2005

White Like Portland

Anna Katayama, Ken Boddie, Ed Whelan, Joel Iwanaga, Tim Maestes, Brenda Braxton, Andrea Cantu, Sam Louie, Kyle Iboshi, Anna Song, Rhonda Shelby, Wayne Garcia, Tony Martinez, Hilary Hutchison.

These are the faces of diversity Portland TV viewers see on their screens. Most of the people named above, 7 of the 12, are anchors or a featured player on a newscast. 5 at KOIN, 4 at KGW, 2 at KATU and 3 at KPTV.

Out of nearly 100 people who are on the air every week on Portland TV stations, only 14% are people of color. I know the percentage is smaller on radio, and maybe about the same at the O, the Trib, Willamette Week, etc.

According to the 2000 census, whites made up 77.9 percent of the population of Portland, blacks 6.6 percent, Asians 6.3 percent, Native Americans 1.1 percent, and Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders 0.4 percent. People of mixed heritage or not reporting race were 7.7 percent of the population. Hispanics, who may be of any race, constituted 6.8 percent of the people. Asians and Hispanics have been the most rapidly growing population groups since 1980.

That said, those numbers are 10% below showing what our community really looks like.

One of my earliest blogs talked about the pink faces and only one person took issue with it (they thought I wasn't nice).

The majority of stories we see about blacks, hispanics, asians, or native American are stereotypical. There are only a few exceptions. The people named in the first paragraph have an awesome responsibility in their own newsrooms to make sure the good stories about people of color are being reported. Do they?

I know it's an uphill battle to go and try to convince the gathering at 9am that a story about the African American success stories along MLK is worth covering, or the political fighting between tribes about gambling (and Native American political clout), or hispanic businesses that are thriving.

But we should see those.

67 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, according to the 2005 report on newsroom diversity -- www.powerreporting.com/knight -- the O is more diverse than its circulation area, with a newsroom that is 18.8 percent nonwhite.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 3:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It would be interesting to see the Tribunes numbers. I'd expect it to be lilly white

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 4:00:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you really want to compare apples-to-apples, then should should find out the racial breakdown for the overall market... not just Portland. Most of the DMA outside of Portland is even "whiter" than the city itself... so if you make a fair comparison, I think you'd find the ratios are a bit more in balance.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 5:52:00 PM  
Blogger Musings Guy said...

Off topic but Speaking of Tony Martinez --- He used to be a DJ at a club on 30th & Powell. I believe the name was Doc's Bar and Grill and now it is Safari strip club owned by the mobsters who own Stars. While the club was Doc's it went from a diner to jazz club to male strip club to strip club before it's demise and current state. In the early days when it was a quasi-jazz club, Tony DJ'ed there. I hung with him one night, had a few drinks, smoked a few ciggs and he was a super cool, down to earth guy.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 6:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

While it's nice to wish for an ethnic balance, it makes the assumption that there are enough qualified persons of ethnicity who are applying.

Are 22.1% of the students in journalism school non-white? The same question could be asked of broadcast schools.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 7:28:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll worry about this when the NBA reflects the diversity of the population of the markets it serves. You play your players. You want in, then earn it. The people on the list above certainly did...some of the best people in this market are of diverse ethnic backgrounds.

And by the way, the people named in the first paragraph do NOT have an awesome responsibility in their own newsrooms to make sure the good stories about people of color are being reported. They have an awesome responsibility to do a good job themselves. Just like anyone else. Period.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 8:27:00 PM  
Anonymous White Like Me said...

Have you noticed this post has barely drawn a response?
Are you as saddened by that as I am?

This market absolutely ignores issues related to people of color. You can pitch stories to managers and if they involve the poor or minorities (often the same folks) they won't bite. The stories "don't appeal" to the "right demographics."

So much for comforting the afflicted and afflicting the comfortable.

This town is waaaaayyyyy too comfortable with itself. How many cities could last this long without any minority representation on City Council? (Yes, an openly gay man there is progress, but not much.)
So many other cities have been forced - by court order - to adopt representative forms of government that give minorities a greater voice.
Here, no one fights. The handful who speak up are generally patted on the head, shooed to the back of the room and promptly ignored.

The media's the same because their newsrooms are the same as the city.
And here's a key factor: MANAGEMENT IS LILLY WHITE in Portland newsrooms. (Ok, KGW has a Latina as E.P. but she doesn't participate in morning story meetings. Her input is never heard at the crucial story selection time.)

You need people of color to contribute at the management level to get an organization to wake up and pay attention to otherwise overlooked issues.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 9:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sorry, I can't buy the notion that the purpose of a minority member of the news staff is to look out for the interests of their own ethnic group--or to balance what you imply is racism on the part of white staff members. The purpose of any member of a news staff is to cover the news. Anything less is a conflict of interest and an impediment to objectivity.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 9:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WHO CARES???? I DON'T!!! I'm sick & tired of all this minority talk. As long as I get the information I need, I don;t care if I get it from someone that's white, black, yellow, green, blue, male, female, goat, pig, short, tall, fat or skinny.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 10:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sadly, I think that the population that is waaayy too comfortable with itself are the said minorities. "patted on the head and sent to the back of the room" bah
If you were passionate about a right being wronged, wouldn't you do anything to make amends!!! Not be "sent to the back of the room".

Complacency is rampant and multi-national Organize, present your best and fight the fight...amen

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 11:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PDXMEDIAWATCHER:

Please add Rhonda Shelby (KATU) and Hilary Hutcheson (KPTV) to your list of non-white on-air talent.

Thursday, June 02, 2005 3:11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What has literally driven me away from most TV news is the focus on (for lack of a better term) "the pretty factor". It's not that I don't mind looking at good looking people but it's obviously, in my opinion, why they were hired in the first place.

A few exceptions. The Evening News Hour on PBS is different. Now retired Dave McElhatten (sp) on KPIX in SF looked "normal" (balding & overweight) yet had huge credibility.

Watching some of the anchors on CNN I find myself on focusing on the stories they're reporting.

Thursday, June 02, 2005 6:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amen to Anonymous @6:08am.

Thursday, June 02, 2005 6:49:00 AM  
Blogger PDXMediaWatcher said...

Thanks for updating me on names.

In response to some of you who say it doesn't matter to you (I assume you're white), do you think it matters to someone of color to have someone on the air that might understand their lives and heritage?

Thursday, June 02, 2005 7:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Figures can lie, and liars can figure.

1. You use city figures for metro wide media. You need to include at least the top 5 metro counties for these data to reflect the TRUE
population.

2. You lump "no answer/mixed" into the ethnic tally. Either leave it out and recompute the percentages, or add it to the majority/white. Anything else is statistical dishonesty.

3. You missed names, as you self-corrected. Probably missed a few more.

In general, the Portland media looks more diverse than any given day at the airport or the average mall.

This is a non-issue, and you must be desparate for topics to bring it up.

Thursday, June 02, 2005 8:16:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What makes you think a member of one group can't understand the lives and heritage, or emphathize with a member of different group? That's just silly.
Or maybe you're speaking for yourself.

Thursday, June 02, 2005 8:34:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What makes you think a member of one group can't understand the lives and heritage, or emphathize with a member of different group? That's just silly.
Or maybe you're speaking for yourself.

Thursday, June 02, 2005 8:34:00 AM  
Blogger lisaloving said...

This issue of race is more complicated than it looks.

I recently spent two and a half years as the news editor at The Skanner News Group in Portland and Seattle, hearing the untold stories of folks in N and NE P-land and trying like crazy to bring those stories out. Much goes unreported in this town, probably because, like Anonymous #387, most people really don't give a damn.

Funny thing is, I am a middle aged white woman. It never ceased to amaze me how many people had a problem with that -- and most had one thing in common: they were White. I was seriously harassed by a handful of Caucasian malcontents while I worked there -- never by our Black readers.

Longtime Black residents -- both African and African American -- seemed to judge me (and news reporters in general) by our actions, not our looks. When someone called me on the phone with a story about being falsely arrested at Fred Meyer, or about being beaten by the police, or about not being allowed to join the Dockworkers Union Local 8 (now there's a story just dying to be told), I always listened. As often as I could, I would phone elected officials and other bureaucrats and put them on the hot seat; they took The Skanner seriously. It was empowering for me and for my readers.

We kicked some serious butt in The Skanner news department during my tenure, won national awards. Based on the feedback I personally received, I'd have to say the Black community seemed fine with that; White people often weren't.

And yes, I think the Oregonian is probably by far the most racially diverse newspaper staff between Seattle and San Francisco. You can't always tell a writer's race by their byline. Give em some credit over there.

Thursday, June 02, 2005 8:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

RE Oregonian diversity.

I've been in that newsroom and it looks a lot more ethnically diverse than the streets or malls of the area. And it's about 55-45 weighted to male in gender (I bet those numbers skew more toward the old guys, too: when they're gone, look for 50-50).

The paper has at least two female senior editors and a female editor-in-chief who replaced an African-American editor-in-chief.

Thursday, June 02, 2005 9:17:00 AM  
Anonymous Reverse discrimination? said...

I think that Portland has a lot more diversity on camera than most markets. Living in the major markets, and comparing that to Oregon's overwhelming white population, I think we are doing pretty well in minority representation. I also think that, in general, it is much easier, thanks to Affirmative Action, for minorities to have an easier shot at starting in a higher market than a white person, especially a white female. I am not talking about cable news where they all seem to be white, blonde women. I think an average minority reporter has a much better chance at starting in a higher market than an average white reporter. Why? Well, for one, newsrooms are constantly looking to stack their on-air talent with the minority factor. So what do we think about reverse discrimination? Do you think that some stations are trying so hard to get more minorities that they pass up better white candidates for the non-white?

Thursday, June 02, 2005 9:36:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just in time, the Knight Foundation has published a report on diversity in newspaper staffing.

Editor and Publisher story on report: http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1000939249

The Oregonian as described in report: http://www.powerreporting.com/knight/or_the_oregonian__portland.html
(a lot of cool data on the entire region here)

And the dozen most diverse papers? Would you believe:

1. Springfield News-Leader in Missouri (Gannett)
2. Akron Beacon Journal in Ohio (Knight Ridder)
3. Asheville Citizen-Times in North Carolina (Gannett)
4. Knoxville News-Sentinel in Tennessee (Scripps)
5. Green Bay Press-Gazette in Wisconsin (Gannett)
6. Argus Leader in Sioux Falls, S.D. (Gannett)
7. Press & Sun-Bulletin in Binghamton, NY (Gannett)
8. Portland Press Herald in Maine (Seattle Times)
9. Des Moines Register in Iowa (Gannett)
10. Bucks County Courier in Levittown, Pa. (Calkins Media)
11. St. Paul Pioneer Press in Minnesota (Knight Ridder)
12. The Post Standard in Syracuse, NY (Advance/Newhouse)

Thursday, June 02, 2005 9:42:00 AM  
Anonymous InDaNewZZZZZZZ said...

Your definition of "ethnicity" is a joke.
Except for a few - do any of the so-called ethnic reporters and anchors really speak a different language? The version of hispanic in town is SOOOOOOOOO watered-down. I probably know more spanish then they do. You can't fool the audience. Just because you have a hispanic last name doesn't make you an expert on Latino's.
This place needs some REAL color. It's quite obvious to those who live on the outside.

Thursday, June 02, 2005 12:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One should note that the above list is ranked by "diversity index," in which the staff diversity is compared to the community diversity. So, for instance, the Springfield paper has a 15 percent non-white staff, compared with 5.9 percent in the circulation area. So this would seem to skew that list a bit toward small newspapers in white areas, since it would take a lot fewer hires to get the number above the community's. The Oregonian has an 18.8 percent non-white staff ; only one of the newspapers on the above list (Akron) has a higher percentage of non-white staff than that. Here's the list when you just consider the Top 100 circulation papers, ranked by diversity index (100=parity):

The Akron Beacon Journal 177
The Knoxville News-Sentinel 160
The Des Moines Register 148
St. Paul Pioneer Press 129
The Post-Standard, Syracuse 127
The Detroit News 121
The Boston Globe 119
The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City 105
St. Petersburg Times 104
Detroit Free Press 104
The Tennessean, Nashville 103
The Oregonian, Portland 103
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 102
Lexington Herald-Leader 102

Thursday, June 02, 2005 12:11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quit parsing ethnicities and skin-tone rainbows....all this multiculturalism...inclusionism....PC-Lib diversity bullshit gets in the way of reporting what is NEWS. Making "nice" ain't making news.

Thursday, June 02, 2005 2:41:00 PM  
Anonymous reverse discrimination said...

The version of hispanic in town is SOOOOOOOOO watered-down. I probably know more spanish then they do. You can't fool the audience.

Who cares who speaks more spanish? This is America, we speak English in America and our news anchors should be concerned with getting the news out in English, not in Spanish or any other language!

Thursday, June 02, 2005 3:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's always funny to me how some believe a person is not latino if they don't speak spanish. are african americans who don't speak swahili any less black? speaking other languages is immensely valuable but it doesn't define who we are... what we look like, or where our ancestors came from.

Thursday, June 02, 2005 3:50:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where are all the fucking Italians? That's what I want to know!!!!

Thursday, June 02, 2005 5:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It amuses me when people say they see more diversity on air than they do at the mall. When was the last time any of you shopped at Lloyd Center?

Thursday, June 02, 2005 5:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Thursday, June 02, 2005 5:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah, that's 2. name another one.

Friday, June 03, 2005 8:48:00 AM  
Anonymous some guy said...

Well, Rob Marciano is gone....um...Jeannine Navarro?

Friday, June 03, 2005 9:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rob Marciano is gone to CNN because of his talent and looks.

That's the thing about TV News. If you are any good, any good at all, and look okay, you will rise like a meteor through the business, like I did, back in the day.

The networks and O and O's all air check the medium markets, so if you are really good, you are really gone.

Ask Rob. Ask O'Reilly. Ask Ann Curry.

Friday, June 03, 2005 10:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know one Italian you're missing.

Friday, June 03, 2005 2:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mark Ronchetti (KOIN).

Saturday, June 04, 2005 7:50:00 AM  
Anonymous InDaNewZZZZZZZ said...

My point is: If you grew up in a white neighborhood, with white friends, with english speaking parents, money and everything else the "white" people supposedly have that other cultures don't....... BUT....... you only have a latino last name....... THEN...... how does that make you a part of the Latino culture? How are the viewers supposed to relate to you in any way? And why should you only get the job because you had the right last name? That's my point. HIRE SOME "REAL" ETHNICITY and then maybe this market will begin to cover something other than "white" news. OR hire the "white" people who deserve to be here - not rookies.

Saturday, June 04, 2005 12:11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh.. so if your poor, come from the ghetto, have few if any white friends and speak english as a second language, then you're ethnic. Got it. Sounds kind of racist to me.

Saturday, June 04, 2005 4:50:00 PM  
Anonymous 2524212 said...

Diversity in the workplace is achieved by having a mix of people from different backgrounds and cultures. It's not really fair to measure diversity by only looking at the color of one's skin or the sound of one's last name.

Imagine a scenario where a white man, a black woman, a Latino man, a Chinese woman and an Indian man all work together at a Portland station. Now imagine that the above people were all around the same age with fairly similar upbringings somewhere in America. How "diverse" is that group? In my opinion, it's not a diverse group at all, since those imaginary people all come from similar backgrounds & experiences.

True diversity is achieved by having a group of people who truly come from very different backgrounds with unique experiences and cultural beliefs.

Far better measures of diversity, in my opinion:
- values & traditions
- citizenship in other countries
- age & experience
- religious beliefs
- family size
- lifetime income

It's not wise to completely judge a book by its cover, and I think it's unfair to do the same with people.

Saturday, June 04, 2005 11:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't belive the comment that those with Hispanic last names got their jobs for that reason - talk about racism! I happen to work with a couple of them, and actually they got hired because they are very good at their jobs. What does the viewer know or care if they can speak Spanish, when they watch their news in English? The viewer is seeking a credible, professional product.
Is there a reason to increase diversity (not just race, but age, sexual orientation, etc)in the newsroom? Yes, and it's not so we can do "good" stories about minorities.
It's to get a variety of opinions in the mix, and have our product better reflect the audience who is watching us.
That said, I also disagree with the person who said to exlude the "mixed" category, as it taints the sample. At least three of the people mentioned here as ethnic are of mixed background. Anyone who has kids know that more and more of their classmates are of mixed race. You can choose to ignore this, but it's true that the "face" of our community is changing. And no one cares if Tiger Woods speaks Khmer, or whatever.
In 20 years, the lines will be so blurred that these stereotypes will be irrelevant.

Monday, June 06, 2005 5:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the folks who say "news is news" and that any calls for more diverse stories are just PC nonsense, the following might be understood by many but is worth repeating:

News is a reflection of the community. If you do not reflect some parts of the community, some things that happen in the commmunity, then you are not reporting news, you are creating a fictional picture of a world that does not exist.

If our journalistic definitions of what "news" is leads to a report that systematically excludes the real lives of some demographics in our community, then our definitions are flawed because we are not reflecting reality. And unfortunately, this happens all too often in Portland's media.

That said, I don't think you need skin color in order to accurately reflect the world around you, but it sure doesn't hurt. A real diversity of life experiences and attitudes helps a lot more, though.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 2:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't have any problem at all with the notion that news should reflect what's actually going on in various parts of the community, and that we're missing a lot of stuff because of our lack of diversity. Where I depart from some of the above views is in their contention that it's the job of minority newspeople to insist on coverage of positive stories about people of color. Why positive, necessarily? Why not truthful? I'm uncomfortable with the expectation of bias, with the notion that your job is to advocate for your ethnic group. I want to cover what's going on, good or bad, and if you can enlighten me about things happening in a community where I am not as well connected as others, I appreciate it.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 8:46:00 PM  
Blogger Bart said...

Frankly I don't give a damn about the ethnicity of journalists - just be objective and accurate. It's up to the owners, management and editors to make sure the community is represented and given the regional aspect of our market and the stats themselves, this concern with on-air diversity comes across as just another cheap shot at "whitey".

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 11:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ethnicity of journalists is irrelevant. A good reporter can work anywhere a story takes them. "Diversity" is just another term for institutionalized bigotry, particularly when the Diversocrats start talking about "authenticity."

That means that mere skin color or ethnic heritage isn't enough. Your education, appearance, social circle and, especially, your belief system will define whether you can be considered an "authentic" Asian, African-American, American Indian, etc. by the Diversocrats.

You can't be authentically black if you're a Republican. A Latino from El Salvador might be authentic; a Latino from say, Portugal....not. If you're from Croatia or the Ukraine, you're basically white and therefore not authentic, even though your culture may be as similar to that of WASPs as Lapp is to Zulu. (Ooops, I forgot: Lapp = White in DiversitySpeak)

As an American Indian and a journalist, I found it amusing when non-Indians in my workplace were trying to decide what I should be called ("Indian?" "Native American?" How about "colleague" or "co-worker," I answered. No, it needs to be race-based, they seemed to say.) It was almost as if they would be more comfortable if I showed up for work wearing braids and turquoise instead of just being myself. But being myself and doing my job without overt cultural overtones seems to preclude me from being a "real" Indian in their eyes.

Diversity is really all about stereotypes and race....and, unfortunately, racism. It's just a little more subtle than when the Nazis were getting out their calipers to measure whether someone's nose was sufficiently narrow for them to be considered a real Aryan. But the Diversocrats could not in reality be more racist if they started dressing up in bedsheets. Sadly, it seems most will never acquire the self-awareness or vision to recognize this repugnant aspect of their societal viewpoint -- even if others do.

Instead, the diversity folks take the Orwellian stance that we must replace one form of discrimination with another so that we can eliminate discrimination. Those who meet their highly flexible race-based standards will be determined by criteria that are utterly undefined and entirely arbitrary.

My own experience has been that the racists aren't the older white people who want a job done and want the best person available to do it. Instead, it's much more often younger, educated people who view themselves as sophisticated and tolerant but seem to think organizations will never function properly without the correct racial makeup and that correction must be made by them and people who think like them.

One thing is certain, however: White folk, especially white males, need not apply.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 1:49:00 PM  
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That was one of the finest & most insightful statements on this issue that I have ever read.

Thank you for sharing it.

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