What Families Are Seeing: Analyzing a Decade of Diversity in U.S. Television

The Institute’s annual symposium, What Families Are Seeing: Analyzing a Decade of Diversity in U.S. Television highlighted trends in U.S. children's programming, emphasizing the need for inclusive representation and data-driven insights in media.
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
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November 15, 2022

The Geena Davis Institute, in partnership with Google Research, hosted the Institute’s annual symposium, What Families Are Seeing: Analyzing a Decade of Diversity in U.S. Television at Google's New York office, revealing trends in representation across a decade of U.S. television children's programming.

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The event not only provided a platform for sharing groundbreaking research but also sparked meaningful conversations on the future of representation in media, urging attendees to advocate for and contribute to a more diverse and inclusive entertainment industry.

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