SAG-AFTRA American Scene Awards Honor NPR, Hulu, A 24 And Columbia Records/Sony Music

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National Public Radio, Hulu & A24 and Columbia Records/Sony Music will be this year’s recipients of chonoring producers who realistically portray union talent from misrepresented or underrepresented groups. The awards will be presented Friday at the union’s biennial convention at the Beverly Hilton.

NPR won the Belva Davis News & Broadcast Award for It’s Been a Minute with Sam Sanders; Hulu & A24 won the Entertainment Award for Ramy; and Columbia/Sony Music won the Music & Sound Recording Award for “Old Town Road (remix)” by Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus.

The winners were selected for work that exemplifies equal access and full inclusion of diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities, women, seniors and people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender as well as other misrepresented or underrepresented groups.

“Hands-down, the most difficult selection process we’ve ever had,” said Jason George, chair of the SAG-AFTRA Diversity Advisory Committee.
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