Dominic Carter

Dominic Carter

Dominic Carter is an American news reporter and political commentator for Fios/RNN News which airs in NY, NJ, DE, CT, and Philadelphia. He is also a blogger for The Huffington Post, and is the former anchor of the NY1 news and commentary program 'Inside City Hall', which focuses on New York City politics. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Dominic Carter has seven videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1989 Debate as a Representative for the WLIB Radio. The year with the most videos was 2007 with two videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1994 with an average of 877 views per program as a Correspondent for the NY 1 News. Most appearances with Al Sharpton Jr. (2), Elinor Tatum (2). Most common tags: Minorities in the Media, African Americans, New York.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2007 - Present Host, Inside City Hall, NY 1 News Videos: 4 c. November 1, 1994 - Present Correspondent, NY 1 News Videos: 2

Previously

Representative, WLIB Radio c. November 1, 1989 - c. November 1, 1994 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • Race, Media and the Obama Presidency

    Race, Media and the Obama Presidency

    The Reverend Al Sharpton and Rachel Noerdlinger moderated a panel of journalists who spoke about media coverage of race, particularly…

  • Bloomberg Presidential Candidacy

    Bloomberg Presidential Candidacy

    Dominic Carter talked by remote video from New York City about the possibility of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg running for president of…

  • Memoirs and Remembrances

    Memoirs and Remembrances

    Moderated by Carla Ranger, authors talked about the topic, “Memoir and Remembrances: Making My Way Out of No Way.” They described their lives, their…

  • Media Coverage of Racial Issues

    Media Coverage of Racial Issues

    Journalists spoke about media coverage of minorities and minority issues, as well as minority representation on television, radio…

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