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5 facts about ethnic and gender diversity in US newsrooms
Pew Research Center
San Francisco Bay-area television station KTVU broadcast fake names for the pilots of the Asiana Airline flight that crashed July 6. The error involved ethnic stereotyping, leading the Asian American Journalists Association to assert that these kinds of mistakes "underscored the importance of newsroom diversity" at America's media outlets. A similar issue was raised after a recent analysis found New York Times stories quoted 3.4 times as many male sources as female sources.
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Facebook users more tuned to broadcast than cable shows
Facebook users are more likely to chinwag about broadcast dramas and comedies — and less about cable, news and live sports programming — compared with TV-related chatter on Twitter and other social networks.
CBS, TWC duke it out over deal as TV industry faces challenges
Reuters via Chicago Tribune
The CBS broadcast network and Time Warner Cable, which are battling over the fees the cable company pays to carry CBS, have taken their fight public in advertising that risks turning off the very consumers they need to grow their businesses.
Diginets growing with old shows and new ideas
TV News Check
After years of experimentation, broadcasting specialty networks on subchannels is starting to draw viewers and revenue in amounts that really matter. Some peg the take at more than $200 million. While classic TV shows and movies are popular formats, others see the future in original programming.
Spanish-speaking Univision tops its English brethren in key demographic
For the first time, the Spanish-language Univision network will have a larger audience than its English counterparts for a full month in the youthful demographic that television advertisers are most eager to reach.
Asian style icons: Designers, models and actresses dominating the fashion industry
The Huffington Post
When Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi stepped out on the red carpet this month in a floral fitted gown and — get this — a gold crown, we were expecting it to look well — sort of ridiculous. Think Katy Perry at the Met Gala. Lo and behold, Ziyi looked elegant, refined and so fashion-forward. And she is only one of the many Asian style icons we have been noticing.
Latinos consume more news in English
A growing number of Latinos in the U.S. are getting their news content in English, according to a study released recently. In 2012, a record 32 percent of Latino adults said they're getting their news exclusively in English from television, print, radio and Internet outlets. The Pew Research Center study of how Latinos consume news content also found that 82 percent of Latino adults said they get at least some of their news in English.
Joie Chen to host Al Jazeera America's primetime program
Joie Chen has been named host of Al Jazeera America's daily primetime news and current affairs magazine program "America Tonight." Chen spent more than a decade at CNN from 1991-2001, working as an anchor at CNN International and its domestic channel on programs like "The World Today" and "CNN News Site with Joie Chen."
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The 11th Annual Hispanic Television Summit
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Cagan, Ushiyama come back to 'Arsenio Hall'
Broadcasting & Cable
CBS Television Distribution's "The Arsenio Hall Show" has filled out its production ranks, with Claudia Cagan and Makiko Ushiyama reteaming with Hall as senior talent producer and producer, according to the show's executive producers Arsenio Hall, John Ferriter and Neal Kendall.
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'Latino Americans' series on PBS
Actor Benjamin Bratt narrates this landmark six-hour series, the first major television documentary series to chronicle the rich and varied history of Latinos, who have for the past 500-plus years helped shape what is today the United States and have become the country's largest minority group.
Ad Age's 2013 Hispanic Fact Pack is out now
Ad Age's 10th-annual Hispanic Fact Pack, distributed with the July 22 issue of the magazine, shows a very different U.S. Hispanic market than the one we examined a decade ago. This year's 44-page guide includes the latest rankings of the top 50 Hispanic advertisers, the 50 largest Hispanic agencies and all agencies with media-services revenue above $3 million.
Shaquille O'Neal, AriZona Beverages, 7-Eleven use social media to launch Soda Shaq
Target Market News
Shaquille O'Neal now has his own soda namesake — Soda Shaq. 7-Eleven Inc. announces the national rollout of AriZona Beverages' new, all-natural line of cream sodas, now chilling at participating 7-Eleven stores nationwide.
NAMIC Diversity Digest
The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the various authors cited in this newsletter do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of NAMIC.
NAMIC's mission is to educate, advocate, and empower for multi-ethnic diversity in the communications industry.
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