Vermont Business Magazine Kris Perry is a social worker, a child advocate, the director of the Institute of Digital Media and Child Development, and the next guest on Medical Matters Weekly at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, August 17.
The show is produced by Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) with cooperation from Catamount Access Television (CAT-TV). Viewers can view on facebook.com/svmedicalcenter and facebook.com/CATTVBennington. The show is also available to view or download as a podcast on svhealthcare.org/medicalmatters.
Perry holds a bachelor’s in sociology and psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and a master’s in social work from San Francisco State University. She made her career as a child advocate within several organizations starting with the Alameda County Social Services Agency, where she worked in child protective services. She pivoted to leading systems change as executive director of First Five San Mateo and later as executive director of First Five in California and nationally in Washington, D.C. She served as president of Save the Children Action Network.
Perry returned to California to serve as senior advisor to Governor Gavin Newsom and as Deputy Secretary of California Health and Human Services Agency. There she led the development of the California Master Plan for Early Learning and Care and was instrumental in the expansion of access to high-quality early childhood programs. In her current role as director of the Institute of Digital Media and Child Development, she works to fund and disseminate scientific research focused on the impact of digital media on child development and the translation of those findings into programs and policies that promote child wellness.
Medical Matters Weekly features the innovative personalities who drive positive change within health care and related professions. The show addresses all aspects of creating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for all, including food and nutrition, housing, diversity and inclusion, groundbreaking medical care, exercise, mental health, the environment, research, and government. The show is broadcast on Facebook Live, YouTube, and all podcast platforms.
After the program, the video is available on area public access television stations CAT-TV (Comcast channel 1075) and GNAT-TV’s (Comcast channel 1074), as well as on public access stations throughout the United States.
Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) is a comprehensive, preeminent, healthcare system providing exceptional, convenient, and affordable care to the communities of Bennington and Windham Counties of Vermont, eastern Rensselaer and Washington Counties of New York, and northern Berkshire County in Massachusetts. SVHC includes Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (SVMC), Southwestern Vermont Regional Cancer Center, the Centers for Living and Rehabilitation, and the SVHC Foundation. SVMC includes 25 primary and specialty care practices.
Southwestern Vermont Health Care is among the most lauded small rural health systems in the nation. It is the recipient of the American Hospital Association’s 2020 Rural Hospital Leadership Award. In addition, SVMC ranked fourth nationwide for the value of care it provides by the Lown Institute Hospital Index in 2020 and is a five-time recipient of the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet® recognition for nursing excellence. The health system is fortunate to have the support of platinum-level corporate sponsor Mack, a leading supplier of contract manufacturing services and injection molded plastic parts based in Arlington, VT.
BENNINGTON, VT—August 9, 2022—Southwestern Vermont Medical Center
Twitter Is Exclusive Social Media Partner For Live Look-Ins At All 2022 MLB Postseason Games – Forbes
Those away from their televisions will have a way to see live-streamed look-ins of every game of the 2022 Major League Baseball postseason.
In an expansion of their partnership, starting today, Twitter
will show live segments and highlights via @MLB, @BleacherReport, @BRWalkoff, @ESPN, @MLBonFOX, and other accounts. Other content will be produced by @MLBNetwork.
For the social media platform, they’ve seen high levels of engagement all season long with much of it reaching outside the U.S. and Canada. According to Twitter in an exclusive to Forbes, 18% of people who tweeted about MLB globally this season had not done so during the 2021 season, thus showing growth in fan interest on the platform.
In a sign that two-way pitching and hitting sensation Shohei Ohtani is reaching fans outside MLB’s traditional market range, over one-quarter of the conversation – 28% — has been generated outside the United States. Two of the top 10 most used hashtags during the 2022 MLB season during social conversation globally have been in Japanese (#大谷翔平 – Shohei Ohtani and #エンゼルス – Angels).
For hashtags, Twitter reports that the two most used during MLB conversation have been #MLB and #LGM, the hashtag for the New York Mets. There was a 45% YoY increase in usage of the hashtag #MLBTwitter globally.
For accounts referenced, @yankees has been the most mentioned team globally in 2022 on Twitter thus far, followed by @dodgers and @redsox. All but the latter will be in the postseason beginning with the ALDS and NLDS that follow the Wild Card Series.
As for players, unsurprisingly, @TheJudge44 is the most mentioned player handle globally given his single-season American League home run chase. Judge reached 62 home runs during the final away series for the Yankees when they played the Texas Rangers this week. Judge was followed by @MikeTrout of the Angels, and Albert Pujols (@pujolsfive) who reached the 700 homerun milestone this season. Pujols will continue to play in the postseason with the St. Louis Cardinals. It is assumed that Pujols – a certain Hall of Famer – will retire at the end of the season.
You may be asking, what were the most retweeted MLB tweets this year? Three of the top four were from the Dodgers, with ESPN MLB insider Jeff Passan claiming fourth>
#1 – Kpop sensation ENHYPEN at Dodger Stadium
#2 – Dodgers announce the passing of legendary broadcaster Vin Scully
#3 – ENHYPEN at Dodger Stadium
#4 – Passan announces that MLB and the MLBPA reach a labor deal ending the 99-day lockout.
Latinos Continue To Be Underrepresented In The Media Business – Forbes
A recent report from the Government Accounting Office (GAO) found Latinos continue to be underrepresented in the media business. Although Latinos now account for nearly 19% of the U.S. population, up from 15% in 2010, the GAO study found Latinos represent only 12% of the media workforce compared to 18% of the total workplace. Furthermore, Latinos account for an even lower 4% of media management positions. (Media workers include employment in television, film, news, etc. and includes such positions as actors, camera operators and journalists, etc.)
While the Latino population continues to increase at a higher rate than the overall U.S. population, GAO noted little progress of Latinos employed in the media industry. Hispanic employment growth in the media workplace has been negligible, increasing from 11% in 2010 to 12% in 2019. (Latinos in the total workforce grew from 15% to 18%.) The GAO findings were announced by Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) at the National Press Club. In his remarks Castro noted of his childhood in Texas, “The faces and the places that I saw on screen back then, and really since then, hardly ever matched the reality around me on the West Side of San Antonio.”
Rep. Castro added, “Latino representation in American media isn’t much better than it was back then.” Castro along with several other lawmakers had been pushing Congress to look at the diversity in the media industry.
In commenting about the study, Sonia Pérez, the CEO of UnidosUS, a not-for-profit organization said, “It’s distressing that we are still talking about this issue of Hispanic media underrepresentation.” For example, the Latino Donor Collaborative found in modern mainstream entertainment Latinos accounted for only 3.1% of all lead actors in modern mainstream entertainment – with even lower numbers for co-leads/ensemble actors (2.1%), showrunners (1.5%), and directors (1.3%).
Despite the lack of diversity, the MPA reports Latinos have historically gone to the movie theaters more often than any other ethnic segment. Nielsen reports as a viewing source Latinos spend more time with streaming video than any other ethnic group. In addition, Spotify notes that 11 of 20 most streamed songs this summer came from Latino artists.
The GAO report said Latino females were even more underrepresented than males. Below is a breakout of media subsections.
- All media occupations: 10% (7% men, 3% women)
- Television, video, and film camera operators and editors: 14% (11% men, 3% women)
- Other media and communication equipment workers: 13% (12% men, 1% women)
- Designers: 13% (11% men, 2% women)
- Photographers: 12% (10% men, 2% women)
- Broadcast announcers and radio disc jockeys: 12% (8% men, 4% women)
- Artists and related workers: 11% (7% men, 4% women)
- Producers and directors: 11% (7% men, 4% women)
- Actors: 11% (7% men, 4% women)
- News analysts, reports, and journalists: 11% (5% men, 6% women)
- Graphic designers: 10% (8% men, 2% women)
- Editors: 7% (4% men, 3% women)
- Writers and authors: 7% (3% men, 4% women)
The report noted the challenges Latinos face in entering the media workplace including unions, lack of diversity with talent agents, a lack of diversity in decision makers (e.g., executives), financial obstacles, difficulty to network, difficulty to join a union and education.
The GAO issued some recommendations to improve ethnic diversity in the media industry including:
- The Chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) work with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to develop a new memorandum of understanding that includes a plan for EEOC to routinely share data with FCC regarding discrimination charges filed against broadcasters and cable and satellite television operators.
- The Chair of EEOC should improve EEOC’s approach to routinely identify local unions required to file an EEO-3 report to help ensure that they file such reports on the demographics of union members.
Despite a growing and youthful population, an annual buying power approaching $2 trillion, a GDP that would be the fifth largest economy in the world, they are largely ignored. Rep. Castro noted, “Our stories remain almost entirely missing from the American narrative.”
Bank of Canada Media Interview – CBC Radio – Bank of Canada
Tiff Macklem, Governor of the Bank of Canada, was interviewed on CBC’s radio show Cost of Living. The program airs Sunday at 12:05 (Eastern Time) and will also be available as a podcast. Please check local listings for channel information, or go to www.cbc.ca/radio/costofliving.
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