Why Nickelodeon’s ‘The Loud House’ Creates Culture That Drives Conversations

Last October, Viacom/Nickelodeon President of Global Consumers Products, Pam Kaufman, told LL Cool J about her company’s commitment to achieving results through inclusion, including creating content that “reflects the audiences that watch.” She highlighted Nickelodeon's ‘The Loud House,” the first animated series to feature married gay parents, which will serve as the basis for an upcoming Netflix movie.  

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How to Address Gender Inequality in Advertising on a Large Scale

Jeanine Liburd, the chief marketing and communications officer for BET Networks, said that the biggest thing that women can do beyond speaking up and having a voice is to be mentors to the next generation. She will be honored as a Brand Innovators Top 100 Women in Marketing & Advertising on Oct. 3 at Viacom. She will also appear on-stage at Advertising Week New York in the ‘The Power of #BlackTwitter Voices in Hollywood‘ panel on Oct. 4.

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