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In it annual report on diversity on the small screen, GLAAD found 329 regular and recurring LGBTQ characters across all broadcast, cable and streaming TV platforms, including the first asexual and non-binary characters.
"What particularly stood out to me was the numbers on crime procedural programs,” Rashad Robinson, executive director of Color Of Change, told DiversityInc.
The two-time Emmy Award-winning actor lent his talents to Broadway, television and film over his long career.
“I promise you I will not entertain you in the hallway, and do not attempt to walk with me,” wrote Harvey.
An analysis of TV-viewing patterns and related exposure to ads provides answers, and leads to the question, what are the health implications?
GLAAD said some TV characters and storylines still portrayed the LGBT community in a negative or stereotypical way and added that numbers only tell part of the story.
“We will continue to be as diverse as we possibly can,” says Dungey.
Fans mock boneheaded Golden Globes tweet.
Despite slight increases in the number of TV characters with disabilities, the percentage is down this year.
Questionable rules and technical difficulties at the launch of fellowship program to promote diversity provoke a social media backlash.
A recent study found that Latinos utilize digital devices at high rates, but lack of Internet access makes television the dominant media to access educational content for children.
What did the star say during a live interview as he playfully ripped the reporter for two minutes?
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