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Infographic: What You Need to Know About Women in Hollywood in 2017

Infographic: What You Need to Know About Women in Hollywood in 2017

Sometimes when you’re having a conversation — let’s say about how women are treated in Hollywood — it can be hard to come up with anything but generalizations. Even though it’s completely accurate to say, “Women TV characters are usually white,” or, “Female directors aren’t getting the same opportunities as men,” sometimes you need a number to really drive…

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TV One Expands True Crime Programming|Realscreen

TV One Expands True Crime Programming|Realscreen

U.S. cable net TV One recently unveiled a slate of originals during its annual Upfront presentation, with plans to enhance its lifestyle, true crime and justice-focused programming. Source: Realscreen » Archive » TV One expands true crime programming

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Realscreen » Archive » BBC unveils Gay Britannia season

Realscreen » Archive » BBC unveils Gay Britannia season

Led by programming on BBC2 and BBC4, with other content across BBC radio and online, the Gay Britannia season will feature stories that celebrate the LGBTQ community, while challenging existing preconceptions and prejudices. Source: Realscreen » Archive » BBC unveils Gay Britannia season

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Conecta Fiction Analyzes Latino Scripted Format Business | Variety

Conecta Fiction Analyzes Latino Scripted Format Business | Variety

A 2017 Series Mania panel, organized by Conecta Fiction, the TV co-production forum, analyzes challenges for Latino scripted-series formats Source: Conecta Fiction Analyzes Latino Scripted Format Business | Variety

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The Best TV Shows Created by Women | IndieWire

The Best TV Shows Created by Women | IndieWire

From “30 Rock” to “UnReal,” we celebrate the great TV that’s been brought to us by female creators. Source: The Best TV Shows Created by Women | IndieWire  

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The Optimists: UCLA – Diversity in Hollywood

The Optimists: UCLA – Diversity in Hollywood

An Oscar winner, a UCLA sociologist and a social justice scholar discuss #diversity. Watch the #UCLAoptimist video: Source: The Optimists – UCLA – Diversity in Hollywood

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Gavin Polone: Why Women Really Make Less Money in Hollywood (and How to Fight Back) | Hollywood Reporter

Gavin Polone: Why Women Really Make Less Money in Hollywood (and How to Fight Back) | Hollywood Reporter

A Day Without a Woman? It’s all nice, writes a top producer and former agent, as top female executives reveal their frustrations and why real change comes in the art of the deal and the confidence to jump around. Says one, “Women are individually their own worst advocates.” Source: Gavin Polone: Why Women Really Make…

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“Have A Clear Intention and Do Your Fucking Work”: Women Creators Talk ‘The Female Lens’ at SXSW – Flavorwire

“Have A Clear Intention and Do Your Fucking Work”: Women Creators Talk ‘The Female Lens’ at SXSW – Flavorwire

AUSTIN, TX: The panel discussions on the film track of the SXSW conference tend to focus on logistics – industry professionals advising upcoming filmmakers by focusing on the nuts and bolts of the … Source: “Have A Clear Intention and Do Your Fucking Work”: Women Creators Talk ‘The Female Lens’ at SXSW – Flavorwire

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This Is Why Diverse Wins At The Golden Globes Are So Important|VULTURE

This Is Why Diverse Wins At The Golden Globes Are So Important|VULTURE

How will Hollywood respond to Trump? The Golden Globes may give some indication. Hollywood’s come a long way since #OscarsSoWhite. But it still has a ways to go (some might say, over the “Hidden Fences“). Despite flubs from a red carpet correspondent and Michael Keaton conflating Hidden Figures with Fences, two movies starring mostly Black…

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TV Tonight, Oct. 9: Divorce and Insecure debut on HBO | TORONTO STAR

TV Tonight, Oct. 9: Divorce and Insecure debut on HBO | TORONTO STAR

With the help of Larry Wilmore, Issa Rae has turned her web comedy The Mis-Adventures of Awkward Black Girl into this well-reviewed HBO comedy. Source: TV Tonight, Oct. 9: Divorce and Insecure debut on HBO | Toronto Star

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