As Women’s History Month came to a close this year, Sandra Sims-Williams reflects on her career and this year’s International Women’s Day theme: #ChoosetoChallenge.
Women make up more than half of the U.S. population, but they are still fighting for equality in the world of sports.
As consumers increasingly think about life and their activities away from home, brands and marketers need to focus on how individual consumers and consumer groups are prioritizing their re-emergence.
In this Diverse Intelligence Series report, we show where key opportunities lie and how overlooking “women of a certain age” means undervaluing not only their influence in society, but ultimately your own brand’s potential.
Media representation plays an important role in learning—and unlearning—racist stereotypes that harm Asian Americans. It’s time that on-screen content about Asian Americans reflect more of their lives and diverse contributions.
Despite gains in gender equality, women are still missing on-screen, in advertising, and in board rooms. The pandemic has only compounded the pressure women are facing today, threatening to roll back the progress we've made.
41% of U.S. podcast listeners are non-White, which makes the podcast audience more diverse than the country’s total population.
While the growth in podcast listeners in the U.S. over the past decade has been dramatic, audience diversity is following a similar path as our national population, as non-White podcast audiences have grown faster than White audiences.
Although Asian Americans are the fastest-growing population in America, they have a low share of screen across all television programming. The industry can do more to bring authentic stories and depictions to our living rooms.
As Black audiences look to invest their time and money on content, the diversity of content that platforms offer could be the deciding factor for consumers weighing which services to keep after a trial period.