The Los Angeles Times cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the scarce number of characters 60 and over in feature films.
The New York Times cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on diversity in Netflix's movies and TV shows.
The Washington Post featured research by Stacy Smith and Katherine Pieper of the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the poor portrayal of mental health across ViacomCBS programming, including MTV's shows. "There is a significant disconnect between screen storytelling and what's going on in society," Smith said.
The Los Angeles Times quoted Dan Schnur on how Gov. Gavin Newsom's political future is connected to COVID-19 vaccinations. “Every vaccination gets [Newsom] a little bit closer to defeating the recall,” Schnur said.
In an editorial about President Biden's infrastructure proposal, the Los Angeles Times cited research by Hernan Galperin on internet access in California.
KFI-AM 640 featured research by Hernan Galperin on internet access in California, including low-income households still lacking connectivity. "There are still some challenges on the road to digital equity," he said.
CNN featured a column by Sandy Tolan on how attending a baseball game provided a glimpse of life after the pandemic. "Standing there together, as the shadows lengthened on the grass, just our presence at an Arizona baseball diamond was all the promise we needed," he wrote.
Billboard cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the low number of Grammy-nominated women.
Roberto Suro told Newsweek that once the Dream and Promise Act passes the House of Representatives, the big question will be "how much capital Biden and the Senate Dems are willing to invest in getting something through the Senate."
The Los Angeles Times cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the lack of diversity behind the camera in the entertainment industry.
Mary Murphy spoke with Yahoo News UK about how social media savvy helped fuel the Kardashian media empire. “They were raised by the internet," she said. "They understood social media. They were really the prototype for future influencers."
The Los Angeles Times quoted Dan Schnur on the likelihood that California Gov. Gavin Newsom will face a Democratic challenger in his recall election. “Having another Democrat in the race takes away from Newsom’s strongest talking point — that it’s all a partisan exercise,” he said.