This year’s Asian American Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Diverse Intelligence Series report explores if we have made progress when it comes to Asian representation in media.
This year, with the racial reckoning in the country and the intersection of Black History Month and Lunar New Year in February, it’s the perfect time to share our own stories and listen to others.
News and reality are the most inclusive genres across the top 10 most inclusive programs for South Asians, highlighting a significant shortage across the wide range of other genres, especially those depicting everyday life.
According to our latest Diverse Intelligence Series report, Nielsen data for the 2020-2021 TV season shows that among the top 1,500 programs in the U.S. (across broadcast, cable, and streaming), 78% have some presence of racial, ethnic, gender or sexual orientation diversity.
As the media industry looks to be more inclusive of Black storytellers and grow their brand awareness with Black audiences, a deeper understanding of the community is increasingly critical.
For Cannes LIONS Live 2021, a panel of experts explored the importance of measuring content in order to strive toward more accurate representation.
During Nielsen’s Cannes LIONS Live 2021 virtual experience, a panel of industry leaders discussed Latinx and Afro-Latinx representation on screen.
Black achievements have a history of being erased in media. As viewers, content creators, storytellers and journalists, we must work to expand the narrative.
The appropriation of Native American symbols has been par for the course in American sports. But many fans are saying it doesn’t have to stay that way.
This report showcases the growth and power of the Asian American community along with the key opportunities for action.