DGA Report: Top 40 Primetime TV Lacks Diversity in the Director’s Chair
DGA Magazine (July 2004)
The Directors Guild of America recently released a report on the
employment of women and minority directors by television networks
on the "top forty" prime time drama and comedy series in 2003-2004.
The report shows that 86 percent of the episodes were directed by
Caucasian males, and that women and minority directors continue
to be missing from some of the best-known series line-ups.
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