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Broadway’s Black Playwrights on Legacy Theater and Their Vision for an Inclusive Industry

The journey to Broadway for this season’s Black playwrights was never sure nor easy, and certainly not short. But it is an achievement that these writers, among the largest group of Black…

ViacomCBS Launches First-Look Deal Program With 5 U.K. Writers to “Amplify Diverse Voices”

ViacomCBS International Studios’ VIS unit has unveiled first-look deals with five emerging writers from the U.K., kicking off a new “First Look Deal Program” designed to “amplify diverse voices&#8221…

79 Percent Say More On-Screen Diversity Is Needed in Film/TV, ViacomCBS Study Finds

Only half of people globally are satisfied with the level of representation they see in TV shows and movies, and 79 percent say more diversity is needed on screens, ViacomCBS, the entertainment…

Shari Redstone Pushes for ViacomCBS to Be Where “You Can Be Your Authentic Self”

Ahead of ViacomCBS’ annual Inclusion Week, chair Shari Redstone told staff in a video message that “we want to be a place where you can be your authentic self and know that your voice…

MIPCOM: Newen Unveils Diversity and Inclusion Committee

French media group Newen unveiled plans for a new diversity and inclusion committee on Monday, which the company said will put achieving workplace diversity at the heart of all…

Dramatists Guild Creates Model Inclusion Rider to Support Equity and Diversity in Theater

The Dramatists Guild of America, the more than 8,000-member national professional trade association for playwrights, librettists, composers and lyricists for the U.S. stage, has developed its

‘A Quiet Place Part II,’ ‘Ginny & Georgia’ Recognized for Disability Representation (Exclusive)

A Quiet Place Part II and Godzilla vs. Kong are among the latest recipients of the Ruderman Family Foundation’s Seal of Authentic Representation, which recognizes movies and television shows…