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Inclusion the Goal of New Verizon AdFellows Program

One year after Diego Scotti, Chief Marketing Officer for Verizon, sent a letter to 11 of the company's marketing agencies telling them to diversify...

Speed, Diversity, and Multi-stakeholder Input Among Chief Desires for FCC Reform

By letter dated December 19, 2013, the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council submitted to the Federal Communications Commission sixteen recommendations about ways to improve...

T.I. and Tiny and Whitney Houston: Is VH1 Destroying BET?

Two reports--"African-American Consumers: Still Vital, Still Growing" by Nielsen and "Basic Cable Network Segmentation Toward Minorities and Other Niche Audiences in a Digital World:...

When Airports Get Racist, Get An App

The "friendly" skies are not so friendly for people of color. No worries: we've got an app for that

Colorstruck in Advertising

Ad agency racism is not only driven by White bias - but, also by Black self-hate

Radio the Key Channel to Latino Voters

As those vying for the presidency of the United States (or any elected position for that matter) begin to up their ante for 2012,...

How’s this for a Grammy: Radio Still Draws Ad Dollars

With the 2011 Grammys upon us, it's only natural that we start thinking about the role radio plays in society, from the beats of...

Google Ads — Racial Profiling?

Google's perceived problems with racist content hit the net recently - this time over its biggest bread basket: advertising. Nathan Newman over at

Facebook & Twitter Go Political

Social media have entered the political arena in recent years and now Facebook has confirmed it filed the necessary paper work to start a...

Popeyes: Why I Like Annie the Chicken Queen

It turns out that I am not the only person who has a notion that Popeye’s Southern Fried Chicken’s advertising campaign exploits historical racial stereotypes to sell chicken.