The Emmys opened with a jaunty number giving false praise to the TV industry for “fixing” that nagging diversity problem. Co-host Micheal Che doubled-down on the show’s theme of diversity–i.e., the industry’s lack thereof–with a skit honoring the black TV legends who never won an Emmy. Che swooped in to give props to the likes of Jaleel White for being the “O.G. black nerd” as Steven Urkel on Family Matters who paved the way for Donald Glover’s character on Atlanta; and Kadeem Hardison from A Different World for inspiring young black men to go to college.
Enjoy your Reparations Emmys, legends.
Marla Gibbs – The Jeffersons
Jimmy Walker – Good Times
Kadeem Hardison – A Different World
Jaleel White – Family Matters
John Witherspoon – The Wayans Bros.
Quantum Metric, an enterprise SaaS startup that helps companies calculate how much lost revenue arrises from bad website design, announced today that it has raised a $25 million in venture capital financing. The round was led by Insight Venture Partners. Launched in 2015 and headquartered in Monument, Colorado, Quantum Metric had raised just $1 million in seed […]