During her presentation, Vernā defined gender inclusion, explained unconscious bias and talked about how to use positions of privilege Earlier this week, about 200 colleagues from across 21st Century Fox’s businesses met in New York to hear renowned speaker, author and activist Vernā Myers talk about “The Business Imperative and Tools to Move Gender Equality
FOX’s World Cup team, ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ movie, ‘Deadpool 2’ tracking for big debut This week’s recap of news about 21st Century Fox and its businesses includes a look at FOX’s World Cup broadcast team, FOX Sports’ NFL aspirations, a “Choose Your Own Adventure” interactive movie from 20th Century Fox Film, “Deadpool 2” on
Nearly 400 colleagues from across 21st Century Fox gathered at the Plaza Hotel in New York earlier this month for the Women@21CF New York premiere event. Women@21CF is an employee-led Colleague Network and Resource Group whose mission is to develop female leadership at all levels and foster a culture where all women thrive.
In line with its commitments to reflect the diversity of its audiences and to support the next generation of creatives and technologists, 21st Century Fox has made a multiyear commitment to back the groundbreaking organization Girls Who Code (GWC) with financial and in-kind resources.
Nat Geo won 26 total Webby Awards, more than any other brand Today National Geographic became the first-ever company named “Media Company of the Year” by the Webby Awards. The beloved brand led the field at this year’s Webby Awards with a total of 26 wins.
Nat Geo’s upfront, ‘Scully Effect,’ FOX Sports launching TNF pregame show This week’s recap of news about 21st Century Fox and its businesses includes National Geographic’s Further Front event, Sky and Nat Geo fighting to eradicate plastic litter in oceans, FOX Sports launching a Thursday Night Football pregame show, FoxNext’s ‘Alien’ location-based VR experience and
Today, April 19, 2018, would have marked Jayne Mansfield’s 85th birthday. Ms. Mansfield was a Fox contract player in the 1950s and 1960s, well known for her roles in such films as “The Girl Can’t Help It” (1956), “The Wayward Bus” (1957) and “Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?” (1957).
National Geographic commits $10 million to support Sky Ocean Ventures activity Earlier this week, Sky and National Geographic announced that they are joining forces to fight against the damaging impact of plastic litter in the world’s oceans. As part of the announcement, National Geographic committed $10 million to support Sky Ocean Ventures, which seeks to
Readers will see the new design in the magazine’s May 2018 issue Earlier today National Geographic magazine announced a new redesign, one that will make the pages easier for readers to navigate, emphasize visual storytelling, introduce two new typefaces and more. The new design will debut with National Geographic magazine’s May 2018 issue, which hits
Fox Searchlight’s TV division, “Legion” gets a Peabody nomination, big IPL viewership for Star This week’s recap of news about 21st Century Fox and its businesses includes Fox Searchlight’s television division, a Peabody Award nomination for FX’s “Legion,” Star getting big viewership numbers for the inaugural match of the 11th Indian Premier League season and