"It's a really practical and effective step forward," said J. Christopher Hamilton, an assistant professor of television, radio, and film at Syracuse University, and a former executive at Disney and WarnerMedia. "It will usher in more variations."
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“From the C-suite on down, because of this lack of diversity, the lack of relationships with diverse content creators, diverse casting directors and diverse agents — you end up self-replicating everything that you’re buying.”
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"Don't fight it. Embrace (innovation). Maybe it means that your margins will be affected. But you know what? It's inevitable anyway. Maybe you can be a change agent in the marketplace versus having to always be responsive and late to the innovation."
"I'm certain it does [dehumanize victims], but there are a lot of things that qualify [dehumanization]: it's the frequency at which the videos or these kinds of images are shared and the context in which they’re shared."