Hollywood showrunners, writers and producers were joined by a medical expert for a discussion about young women affected by early onset breast cancer, how the disease disproportionately affects women of color, and the importance of messaging to raise awareness about risk.
Some of the brightest stars and creative talent in Hollywood walked the red carpet at the 2022 Sentinel Awards held Oct. 25 at the Television Academy. It was an evening to celebrate TV entertainment that makes a difference, and 12 shows were honored for storytelling that tackled powerful and timely topics.
A “lunch and learn” webcast discussion presented by Hollywood, Health & Society explored the health and wide-ranging effects of extreme weather, focusing on how do we lessen the impact of climate change, protect water resources, practice environmental sustainability and survive?
Hollywood, Health & Society presented a "lunch and learn" webcast that explored the ways artificial intelligence will revolutionize how we grow older—from predicting illness to enriching daily life through virtual reality.
In its first live event in more than two years, Hollywood, Health & Society brought together experts and TV writers-producers to explore the topic of emerging A.I.-driven technologies, including lethal autonomous weapons known as "slaughterbots," and their depiction in entertainment storyline
It’s a nightmarish scenario ripped right out of television or movie storytelling: A rogue authoritarian nation threatens the world with catastrophic nuclear consequences if the U.S. or NATO allies interfere with its unprovoked invasion of a neighboring country.
Few studio and network executives today probably know that the landmark 1968 Kerner Commission ever existed, or what it aimed to accomplish.