The Shocking Lack Of Diversity On This Week’s Sunday Shows

Written by MCJStaff   // June 18, 2014   // 0 Comments

This Feb. 24, 2013 photo released by NBC News shows moderator David Gregory on the set of "Meet the Press," in Washington. The 42-year-old Gregory was named "Meet the Press" moderator in December 2008 after serving as Chief White House correspondent during the presidency of George W. Bush.  (AP Photo/NBC, William B.  Plowman)

This Feb. 24, 2013 photo released by NBC News shows moderator David Gregory on the set of “Meet the Press,” in Washington. The 42-year-old Gregory was named “Meet the Press” moderator in December 2008 after serving as Chief White House correspondent during the presidency of George W. Bush. (AP Photo/NBC, William B. Plowman)

 

   -Huff Post Black Voices

The Sunday political talk shows have drawn repeated criticism for filling their lineups with disproportionately white, male guests. But if this week’s lineup is any indication, the shows aren’t working too hard to fix the disparity.

Between CNN, Fox, CBS, NBC, and ABC this Sunday, there were no women or people of color featured as the main, solo interviews of the show. Even in the roundtable discussions that follow the featured interviews, the participants were unrepresentative: Eight women joined the roundtables, while 15 men were part of the conversation.

Of the 38 total guests between the one-on-one interviews and the roundtables, there were five people of color. None of the shows had on more than two women, or more than two non-white guests.

Read the whole story at Think Progress


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