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Hollywood urged to get more people with disability on television

Luke Michael, Thursday, 6th February 2020 -  The Ruderman Family Foundation says disability remains glaringly absent from Hollywood’s discourse on diversity Only one in five characters with disability on American television

New TV Series to Feature People With Disability

Ellie Cooper, Tuesday, 28th March 2017 -  The current portrayal and inclusion of people with disability in television is a problem, according to a not for profit aiming to change mainstream attitudes to disability with a

Campaign for equal access to ABC TV

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 4th October 2012 -  Australian blindness and consumer organisations have launched a national campaign to keep an 'audio description' service currently being trialled on ABC TV. And the Not…

$2 Million of SBS Airtime for NFPs

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 9th March 2011 -  The SBS Foundation is calling for Not for Profit organisations to apply for a share in $2 million worth of television airtime. As part of the SBS aim of serving the Australian community…

Newspaper Influence on Donors Wanes

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 25th February 2010 -  New research by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) into the UK’s Haiti Disaster Emergency Appeal reveals the decline in newspaper influence on donors, with television coverage…

SBS Donates Charity Airtime in 2010

Staff Reporter, Monday, 21st December 2009 -   More than 20 charities were chosen in 2009 to receive 12 months worth of airtime to raise awareness of their charity or cause. SBS Managing Director Shaun Brown says the SBS Foundation…
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