Eight months later, the question of television's racial and ethnic diversity in front of and behind the camera remains a hot-button issue, sure to be prominent during the latest round of network meetings with TV critics in Pasadena — beginning with NBC on Sunday — as it did the last edition of this semi-annual tribute to platitudes, long-winded questions and hosted cocktail parties. Still, even those experiencing what might be called "diversity fatigue" — which would be, in all likelihood, just about everyone associated with the debate — had better get used to the topic, since it isn't going to be resolved any time soon.
—Brian Lowry, "TV diversity results will be years in the evaluating," Los Angeles Times, January 8, 2000
—“Watching our language,“ The Boston Globe, April 11, 1998
—Felicity Barringer, "Editors Debate Realism vs. Retreat in Newsroom Diversity," The New York Times, April 6, 1998
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