Lack Of Black Women Becomes ‘SNL’ Issue

The show’s diversity has become an issue, pushed to the forefront by comments from the two black male cast members.


Diversity Declines In TV Station Management

he National Association of Black Journalists’ 2012 Diversity Census examines management of newsrooms across the country. It paints a grim picture: NABJ found that African Americans, Native Americans, Asians, Hispanics and other people of color are represented in mid-level ranks but not in the upper echelons of TV news management.

Black Journalists Protest Debate Exclusion

The National Association of Black Journalists said today that the Commission on Presidential Debates needed to stop treating black reporters as if they were unqualified, invisible or both. The group said diversity was important in a year in which as much as a quarter of the electorate is expected to be non-white.

NAB-Wireless Feud Takes A Turn For The Ugly

The rivalry between television broadcasters and wireless companies has turned ugly in the past day with the wireless companies calling broadcast television a dying industry and the broadcasters accusing the wireless companies of diminishing racial diversity.