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Hollywood failing to keep up with rapidly increasing diversity, study warns

At the most influential levels of the entertainment industry, minorities and women are represented at between one half and one twelfth the rate that would be expected given their proportion in the general population, according to a new study. The underrepresentation is especially noteworthy because the study found that diversity actually increases viewers and profits for studios and networks.
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