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Netflix’s ‘Tales of the City,’ ABC’s ‘General Hospital’ Among Ruderman Family Foundation Honorees (Exclusive)

The Hollywood Reporter

 

‘Years and Years,’ ‘General Hospital’ honored for casting actors with disabilities

LA Times

 

TV Needs to Step Up For People with Disabilities
Boston Globe

 

New Study Shows Networks Leave $10 Billion on the Table by Not Casting Disabled Actors

Variety.com

 

Study shows viewers want more representation for those with disabilities

LA Times

 

CBS Chief Joe Ianniello Looks To Make “Inclusiveness A Top Priority”, Says He And Viacom’s Bob Bakish “Not Easing Up On the Pedal”

deadline.com

 

‘Ramy’, ‘This Close’, ‘Give Me Liberty’ & ‘Peanut Butter Falcon’ Honored For Authentic Portrayal Of People With Disabilities
deadline.com

 

CBS Signs Ruderman Pledge to Audition Actors With Disabilities
The Hollywood Reporter

 

How the Ruderman Foundation is Furthering PWD Visibility
Variety.com

 

Foundation’s New Seal of Approval on Variety
Variety.com

 

Netflix’s ‘Special’ hopes to break new ground for disability representation on TV
USA Today

 

Foundation white paper on Authentic Representation featured in Forbes
Forbes

 

Foundation Partnership with Yale Scool of Drama Featured on Washington Post
Washington Post

 

Foundation White Paper on Authentic Representation in Hollywood Featured on CNN
CNN

 

Jonah Hill In ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot’ Will Make You Do A Double Take
Elite Daily

 

Boston nonprofit again upset about able-bodied actor playing individual with disability
The Boston Globe

 

TV Depictions Of Disability Have Come A Long Way
Buzzfeed

 

Hollywood inclusion excludes disabled actors
USA Today

 

Jewish group asks why Hollywood loves characters with disabilities onscreen, but not on set
Jerusalem Post

 

Boston Marathon bombing movie ‘Stronger’ condemned for casting Jake Gyllenhaal as double amputee Tweet email

NYDaily News

 

Actors With Disabilities Find Little Work In TV, But CBS & Fox Lead Way In Hiring And Auditioning: Study
deadline.com

 

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