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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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04/24/17: YouTube stops Restricted Mode feature from blocking LGBT content|Cynopsis Media

04/24/17: YouTube stops Restricted Mode feature from blocking LGBT content|Cynopsis Media

Last month, YouTube came under some fierce criticism when it confirmed that its Restricted Mode feature, which is designed to shield minors from offensive content, had been hiding a number of innocuous videos that touched on LGBT themes. Source: 04/24/17: YouTube stops Restricted Mode feature from blocking LGBT contentCynopsis Media

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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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‘Moonlight,’ ‘La La Land’ and What an Epic Oscars Fail Really Says | NY Times

‘Moonlight,’ ‘La La Land’ and What an Epic Oscars Fail Really Says | NY Times

After Sunday night’s jaw-dropping mix-up when the presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announced the wrong best picture, we asked the chief film critics of The New York Times, A.O. Scott and Manohla Dargis, and the Times critic at large, Wesley Morris, to share their reactions. Source: ‘Moonlight,’ ‘La La Land’ and What an Epic…

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Get That Life: How I Became a Writer on Full Frontal With Samantha Bee – Ashley Nicole Black Profile | COSMOPOLITAN

Get That Life: How I Became a Writer on Full Frontal With Samantha Bee – Ashley Nicole Black Profile | COSMOPOLITAN

Ashley Nicole Black was four years into a PhD when she dropped out and decided to finally chase her dream of pursuing comedy. It paid off. Bit parts led to bigger auditions, and when the opportunity to write for a new political comedy show came her way, she was ready. Black, 31, was hired as a…

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Meet Jenni Gold: Director of CinemAbility | Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls

Meet Jenni Gold: Director of CinemAbility | Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls

While there are many powerful documentary films that tackle important subjects, few have the far-reaching influence of Jenni Gold’s CinemAbility. To understand what it’s about, let us pose a question: when was the last time you saw a film that positively portrayed the life of a person with a physical or mental disability? Your answer is…

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Comedy Central Is Turning Its Most Popular Snapchat Series Into A Television Show | TUBELFILTER

Comedy Central Is Turning Its Most Popular Snapchat Series Into A Television Show | TUBELFILTER

SO PROUD OF JAMES!   Comedy Central premiered ‘Swag-A-Saurus With James Davis’ last September, in which Davis attempts to explain slang terms like ‘Bye, Felicia’. Source: Comedy Central Is Turning Its Most Popular Snapchat Series Into A Television Show – Tubefilter

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[Watch] Distributors Talk Diversity in Hollywood | EBONY

[Watch] Distributors Talk Diversity in Hollywood | EBONY

A two-part video series on how to get projects produced and seen by distributors. Source: [Watch] Distributors Talk Diversity in Hollywood – EBONY

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Many TV executives love talking about diversity. Doing something about it, not so much | VOX

Many TV executives love talking about diversity. Doing something about it, not so much | VOX

When talking about diversity becomes exhausting, boring, and unproductive, no one wins. Source: Many TV executives love talking about diversity. Doing something about it, not so much. – Vox

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