Why black entertainment and the media are falling apart

It is no secret that the entertainment industry in America is suffering.

A report from the American Society of Magazine Editors this year concluded that, as a whole, the industry’s revenues have declined by more than 35 percent in the past decade.

It is a depressing state of affairs that even as the number of films, music, TV shows, books and video games available has grown exponentially, the demand for entertainment has stagnated.

According to the Society’s study, the number for entertainment is set to decline by as much as 40 percent by 2030, and by nearly half a billion dollars in the next decade.

Even with all the talk about digital streaming, there is no evidence that the media industry is in the best shape to compete with that.

The entertainment industry has become a casualty of the digital revolution, a time when it has little time to adapt to a new world.

The news isn’t all bad.

There is plenty of opportunity for a diversified, modern, inclusive entertainment business to thrive.

In an industry that is more than 50 percent white and more than 60 percent male, the entertainment business needs to change.

It needs to invest in new talent, hire new writers, find ways to diversify its offerings, and create more diverse and inclusive shows.

The industry needs to create more opportunities for people of color to be heard and appreciated.

The media industry needs new ideas and a new way to make money.

It also needs to find ways for people from different backgrounds to have their voices heard and understood.

It doesn’t matter if you are white, black, brown, Asian, Native American, transgender, disabled, or any other background.

There are too many people who can make a difference in a diverse and diverse industry, and the only way to bring about change is to work together.

That’s the message that has been heard over and over again in recent months.

There have been a number of signs that show that this industry is on the right track.

In October, a New York Times article highlighted a new initiative from the Motion Picture Association of America, led by a diverse group of journalists.

The MPAA is partnering with several entertainment companies and talent agencies, including Warner Bros., MGM, and Disney to create a network of mentoring programs for women and minority actors.

In December, the Hollywood Reporter revealed that the company had reached a deal with HBO, which had been the subject of a sexual harassment scandal involving producer Harvey Weinstein, to produce and produce series based on his memoir.

And in December, Warner Bros. announced that it would create a new and more diverse programming line, including scripted content and new television shows.

That is a start, but it doesn’t necessarily signal the end of the road for the industry.

The problem is that the industry is still not diversifying, and it will take a lot more than mentoring to bring it back.

It will take more than new ideas to create those opportunities.

The next steps The entertainment and media industries have been under pressure from two directions.

First, the studios and networks that have been pushing for diversity have been working harder to keep their titles and brands relevant.

They have been offering a more diverse slate of shows and movies to audiences in hopes that they will find a way to keep them coming.

For years, they have succeeded.

But in 2017, as they look to diversified offerings in 2018, the networks have been struggling to keep up with the competition.

This means that the platforms are seeing less and less money coming in for shows, movies, and other shows.

This is why, in 2017 and 2018, they are struggling to find enough new shows and films to fill the seats left by the declining box office.

The new rules for the networks mean that they can no longer produce shows based on their current titles, or feature new shows based upon a series that has already been on the air.

As a result, shows like American Ninja Warrior, The Amazing Race, and The Voice have struggled to find new audiences.

And because these shows are not as popular as the likes of Black History Month, The CW, and TNT, they don’t get the attention that they would have had if they were made by the same people.

The result has been a decrease in new shows, as well as a decline in the number coming on the streaming platforms.

The loss of these shows has meant that the networks’ programming for 2018 has been reduced to two shows per week, which means that new shows like The Blacklist and The Defenders have been left off of the streaming services.

That means that these shows have to wait until 2019 to see any renewed audience.

This makes sense, as the networks are already losing viewers to Netflix and Hulu, and Netflix and HBO have both announced that they are cutting back on original programming in 2018.

And while the studios are trying to find a solution, the new rules don’t appear to be helping.

And that has led to a major drop in the quality of content available on streaming platforms, from shows like