The NAACP has fought against negative portrayals of people of color in film and television since "Birth of A Nation" in 1915.
Today the NAACP Hollywood Bureau is a satellite of the National office that deals with issues of diversity programming and minority employment in Hollywood, and oversees the production of the NAACP Image Awards.
The 45th NAACP Image Awards received an unprecedented amount of submissions this year.
Media Matters released a study on diversity on primetime cable news programming. It comes as no surprise, that none of the “Big 3” cable networks (CNN, Fox News, MSNBC) are meeting the mark in regards to diversity representation in their programming
A la carte was the really bad idea from several years ago which would have required cable and satellite companies to provide customers access to channels on a “price-per-channel” or a la carte basis.
WEtv star Traci Braxton talks about her Unsung Hero of Black History month