Fox And HBCU’s Partner to Encourage Diversity in Entertainment

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In a move designed to further the development of diverse voices in today’s entertainment field, Fox has announced a new partnership with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).

The FOX/HBCU Media Alliance (FHMA) will bring HBCU students, faculty and alumni together with executives from Fox’s media and entertainment businesses. Together, these two group will work to network and build a stronger system for students interested in careers and entrepreneurial opportunities in the film and television industry.

Making the announcement was Nicole Bernard, Senior Vice President, and head of Fox Audience Strategy. Bernard, received her undergraduate degree at Howard University before earning her J.D. at Georgetown University Law Center.



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