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DGA Study Finds That Hiring of Women, Minority Directors Continues To Lag
  • LOS ANGELES (AP)
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Hiring of minorities and women for stepping-stone TV directing jobs is lagging, according to a Directors Guild of America study.

The study released Wednesday focuses on “first break” jobs the guild called critical in increasing diversity in the ranks of episodic TV directors.

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