Why Snap Should Release Its Diversity Numbers
In its S-1 filing Snap Inc. said that diversity is about more than numbers, which is true–but numbers are important too.
Buried inside Snap Inc.’s S-1 is an innocuous line about diversity: “We fundamentally believe that having a team of diverse backgrounds and voices working together is our best shot at being able to create innovative products that improve the way people live and communicate.” But it also seems to resist the idea of quantifying this diversity: “That’s because we believe diversity is about more than numbers. To us, it is really about creating a culture where everyone comes to work knowing that they have a seat at the table and will always be supported both personally and professionally.”
Rogue One actor Riz Ahmed says that the Government needs to do more to encourage diversity in the workforce
Rogue One actor Riz Ahmed says that the Government needs to do more to encourage diversity in the workforce by ensuring that companies employ people from more diverse backgrounds.
Private member’s bill bids to tackle media ownership
Ms Murphy said: “We are seeing in the US how vital an independent and diverse media is in the face of huge challenges to democracy and the rule of law.
Our newest special track incorporates the expertise of diverse media and entertainment companies,” says Sven De Cleyn, iMec.istart Program …
Dialogue, media literacy needed to tackle hatred, fake news: experts … expressing their aspirations through diverse media, especially social media.
Clyburn spoke about the importance of increasing diversity in media ownership, and she laid out her plan for changing this, dubbed the “#Solutions2020 Call to Action Plan.”
Zamps: A weapon of mass deception
“Some youths and women participants do not have access to diverse media platforms, but as secondary consumers, they have access to what their male counterparts, whether their fathers or husbands, have access to.”
Pauline Hanson’s One Nation is preparing to torpedo the Turnbull’s government’s proposed changes to media ownership regulation, but will support TV licence fee reductions in the next budget.
With Labor and the Greens against the bill in its current form, the changes are unlikely to gain enough support to pass the upper house. Asked if One Nation will vote against the bill, Ms Hanson last night told The Australian: “I’m not making any comment.”
A new digital broadcast TV station in Houston is in the works that will feature African-American culture and entertainment.
As Black History Month rolls in, details are emerging on a new digital broadcast TV channel in Houston that will feature African-American culture and entertainment.