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Study On Inclusion & Equity In TV Writing Reveals Disparities For Historically Excluded Scribes

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A recent Nielsen poll found that 87% of respondents are “interested in seeing more content featuring people from outside their identity group.” To that end, a new study shows how the behind-the-scenes landscape is affecting content desired by audiences and advertisers alike.The Think Tank for Inclusion and Equity — a consortium of working TV writers and sponsored by Women In Film, Los Angeles — surveyed more than 875 working TV writers for its fourth annual report titled “Behind the Scenes: The State of Inclusion & Equity in TV Writing.” The goal is identify the barriers to entry and career advancement that historically excluded writers continue to face.

The study pinpoints roadblocks and pitfalls to creating more authentic, inclusive and responsible story content.How Screenwriters Are Flexing Their Muscles To Find A New Way To Control The Script — Deadline DisruptorsThe report digs deeper into how seismic shifts in the industry — the rise of streaming platforms, the proliferation of mini-rooms and the impact of a global pandemic — affect hiring and storytelling.

Here are some of the results:TTIE made a number of recommendations based on its findings. They include:“We’re excited to see an industry shift in the right direction,” said TTIE co-founder and co-chair Y.

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