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“We need to raise our own voices … if we see images that reinforce negative stereotypes, it’s up to each and every one of us to say no. I think that our sons and, frankly, daughters deserve better.” - Paula Kerger
We deeply appreciate Paula Kerger’s taking the time to visit Arkansas and address these important issues. As she remarked:
“… If the media is as influential as I think most of us believe, then I think it does matter who is in front of the camera — and what images children and others see — but it also matters who’s making the decisions. Who’s deciding what stories are told, whose stories are told and how they’re told?”
We are truly grateful for Paula Kerger’s leadership and challenge to use our role in the media responsibly and reflect the communities we serve both in our broadcasts and in our workplace.