This New DIY Streaming Platform Brings LGBTQ Programming Direct to the Community

With little money, and no advertisers whatsoever (so far), Femme Power TV launches Sunday. 

There’s No Graceful Way to Update a Controversial Mascot

Brands certainly don't want to talk about it.

How This New App Turns Streaming Data Into Income for Black Consumers

Angela Benton is founder and CEO of Streamlytics, the company that launched the Clture app in April.

D&I TBD: Nina Kossoff on What LGBTQ People Want—and Don’t Want—From Advertising

On Episode 3 of D&I TBD, Adweek is joined by strategist Nina Kossoff.

Social Media Campaign Blends Culture and Food to Fight Anti-Asian Hate

Intertrend's new '#MakeNoiseToday' campaign brings Asian foodies and other influencers together to share recipes and speak out.

Pereira O’Dell and CUNY Professor Team Up to Save Summer Internships

They’re encouraging agencies across the city to hire students in some capacity.

25 Major Brands Sign Letter Condemning Pandemic-Related Racial Injustice

The statement from the Open to All campaign denounces anti-Asian attacks and asks employers to increase diversity and inclusion efforts.

Interns Face an Uncertain Summer as 4A’s Scrambles to Go Virtual With MAIP

The long-running multicultural program has raced to adapt to Covid-19.

Social Media Is Providing a Sense of Community for Those Targeted by Racist Attacks During the Pandemic

Updating your messaging is important because people need to know that businesses are here for them in a time of need.

The A100 List of Asian Excellence Arrives When It’s Needed Most

It's an especially significant year for Gold House's annual celebration of AAPI talent.