In an age where opinion news reigns supreme and viewers respond in droves to familiar faces with well-known names, many wonder if [Pro. Michael Eric] Dyson and [Rev. Al] Sharpton, with their visible backgrounds in public service, may just be the new African-American faces of prime-time news. Dyson’s clever and often poetic style of delivery when discussing national issues on air seemed to quickly make an impact with the viewing audience.
“With the evolution of social media that includes blogging, Facebook, and Twitter, who and how information is delivered has changed tremendously,” says Dyson. “The landscape for news is a different place and people have to accept that.” READ MORE