(Editor's note: MediaVillage will host the 2nd Annual CES Inclusive Job Fair at the AdvancingDiversity Hall of Honors Induction Experience on Jan. 9 at the ARIA Hotel. For details visit AdvancingDiversity.org.) "It's not just the right thing to do. It's much more of a business imperative. If we're going to remain relevant, we have to be inclusive. And it's not simply up to the diversity department. It falls on all parts of the organization to make sure people are launched and given the same opportunities." That's the assessment of Tiffany Smith-Anoa'i, CBS Entertainment's Executive Vice President, Diversity, Inclusion and Communications, who has overseen the network's inclusion efforts for the past decade. She told MediaVillage the goals are not only to find fresh, unique perspectives but to launch sustainable careers in the television business.
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