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STUDY: TV COULD BE MORE DIVERSE

The Multi-Ethnic Media Coalition has released its annual report card on the racial and ethnic diversity displayed on television, and ABC fared the best of the lot. Fueled by Lost, Grey's Anatomy, George Lopez and Freddie, ABC earned high marks for its representation of Asian-Americans and Hispanics, as Fox lost favor with both groups. All networks merited an F grade, however, from American Indians in Film and Television, whose spokesperson said, "The American Indian is invisible in prime-time television."

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The Multi-Ethnic Media Coalition has released its annual report card on the racial and ethnic diversity displayed on television, and ABC fared the best of the lot. Fueled by Lost, Grey's Anatomy, George Lopez and Freddie, ABC earned high marks for its representation of Asian-Americans and Hispanics, as Fox lost favor with both groups. All networks merited an F grade, however, from American Indians in Film and Television, whose spokesperson said, "The American Indian is invisible in prime-time television."