Curved TV: Take Two is the second installment in my Curved TV documentary series which discusses LGBTQ media representation on network television.
This second edition utilizes data compiled by Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation’s annual “Where We Are on TV” report that quantifies and evaluates the number of the LGBTQ characters on network, cable and on-demand/streaming services, specifically Hulu, Amazon and Netflix. The video also includes commentary from communication scholars and LGBTQ media consumers.
It is the perfect classroom facilitation tool when discussing media representation in current U.S. media.
"When all Americans are treated as equal, no matter who they are or whom they love, we are all more free”
— Former U.S. President, Barack Obama
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Victor D. Evans, PhD
Academic - Journalist - Author - Documentarian
I am currently an Assistant Professor of Journalism at Seattle University where I teach courses in multimedia reporting and storytelling. Prior to this, I worked as an entertainment journalist for over ten years, writing, producing and editing for BET, CNN, MTV, and Entertainment Weekly. I am currently working on my first graphic novel entitled, The Case of the Missing Lightning Bat: An Evan Sinclair Mystery. Learn more about by clicking on any of the links below.
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