'Workplace diversity" is becoming something of a catch phrase in the business world. As the United States population diversifies, so must the United States workforce, or so the theory goes. In the broadcasting industry, organizations have issued mandatory minority-hiring regulations. However, a large number of minorities argue that there is much room for improvement when it comes to newsroom diversity. Studies show not only that there is an insufficient number of minorities in front of the camera, but also that there are few minorities in the executive and management offices. Minorities do have a presence in the broadcasting industry, but some of these voices of color say they are struggling to be heard.
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Runyon, Kristi, "Voices of Color: The Presence of Minority Broadcast Media Professionals" (1998). Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects. Paper 20.
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