“We need more employment of LGBT people in front of and behind the camera,” Emmy-nominated actress says
Veteran executive will be tasked with developing programs to cultivate multi-culturalism in front of and behind the camera
Network’s “Saturday Night Live” was questioned by the media in late 2012 for its lack of black female players
Thanks to changing demographics and rising minority incomes, programmers are expanding their palettes
Instead, the Los Angeles chapter of the National Action Network will “pursue a direct dialogue” with Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences president Cheryl...
Of those tracked in new DGA study, 82 percent were male and 87 percent were Caucasian
“Orange Is the New Black” actress launches Kickstarter to encourage people sit down and talk
Twitter publicly shared its gender and racial diversity, declaring, “We have a lot of work to do”
Seventy-three percent of the shows on primetime TV, about the same as last year, are directed by males, according to a Directors Guild report
Move comes as company takes heat for rebuffing minorities
The star of the new CW series “Nikita” talked about dealing with Asian stereotypes while showing off her martial arts skills at the TCA summer...
CNN, MSNBC, New York Times choices criticized, but problem isn’t relegated to TV and print
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