In a profile of actress Rita Moreno, Elle cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative into the low number of Latinos in producer roles for top Hollywood films.
Undark quoted Kate Crawford in an article about the many problems with the huge data sets required by artificial intelligence. “It really goes to the core of what supervised machine learning thinks it’s doing," she said.
The Dallas Morning News quoted Marc Ambinder on AT&T's agreement to carry the One America News Network, which Ambinder called "a reflection of AT&T's realization that right-wing eyeballs mean big money."
NBC News cited the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative's study of diversity and inclusion at Netflix, which found that "a mere 4.5 percent of main cast and crew members in Netflix U.S. series and films in 2018 and 2019 were Latino."
The Associated Press quoted Robert Hernandez on efforts to increase diversity in newsrooms. “There is no pipeline problem,” he said. “We are producing diverse students. The reality is they’re not being hired, they’re not being retained, they’re not being promoted.”
In an article about how racism in the music industry extends to touring production teams, Mic cited research by the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative noting that the two largest concert promoters have no senior Black executives.
The American Prospect cited a study by the Norman Lear Center’s Media Impact Project on the representation of immigrants in scripted television shows.
Dana Chinn provided database design and analysis for a Washington Post investigation into the abuse of international domestic workers.
In an article on Latino representation in Hollywood, USA Today cited a recent study by the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative showing disproportionately low numbers of Latino leading characters in top films.
Christina Bellantoni spoke with Vice about how journalists are routinely subjected to online abuse over the stories they cover. “Journalists of color, particularly women of color, in newsrooms I’ve been in, have borne the brunt of that for a long time," she said. “I do not feel that newsrooms have adequate support systems for this at all.”
In a column on the Latino presence in media, the Los Angeles Times cited recent research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the underrepresentation of Latinos in top Hollywood films.
In an Op-Ed for the Los Angeles Times, Rook Campbell offered advice for sports journalists writing about trans competitors. "Basic interviewing technique will serve the profession well: Let these individuals communicate how they think about themselves," he wrote.