August 2012

Five Media and Communications Entrepreneurial Women Share Experiences on How to Prosper in Male-Dominated Industries

August 8, 2012

Tweet The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council recently held its first “Five Decades of Entrepreneurial Women” panel at its 10th Annual Access to Capital and Telecom Policy Conference. The highly lauded event brought together five successful women entrepreneurs to share their experiences and words of wisdom about entering and increasing viability in the media and […]

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Bringing Home the Gold: The Changing Broadcast Standards of Olympic Coverage

August 5, 2012

Tweet By a show of hands, how many of you knew the results of a 2012 Olympic event before it was broadcast? I thought so.  Thanks to a news alert, I knew well in advance that Gabby Douglas became the first African American to win the gold medal in gymnastics’ most prestigious event, the all-around […]

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Dr. Rev. Everett C. Parker: The Communication Industry’s Quintessential Fighter for Diversity

August 3, 2012

Tweet “Whatever career you may choose for yourself – doctor, lawyer, teacher – let me propose an avocation to be pursued along with it.  Become a dedicated fighter for civil rights … It will enrich your spirit as nothing else possibly can. It will give you that rare sense of nobility that can only spring […]

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MMTC Honors Leaders Committed to Advancing Diversity at 2012 Hall of Fame Reception

August 1, 2012

Tweet The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council recently hosted its Hall of Fame Reception at the Georgetown Westin in Washington, D.C., during its 10th Annual Access to Capital and Telecom Policy Conference.  MMTC established these awards to recognize individuals and organizations for their commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in media and telecommunications. At this […]

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