Four stakeholders discuss representation in Hollywood at MediaVillage’s roundtable discussion in honor of Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Cultural Heritage Month

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Multicultural TV columnist Juan Ayala is hosting a special two-part interview series

NEW YORK, May 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — In honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Multicultural TV talk Posts today, the first of two roundtable discussions on how AAPI actors are characterized Hollywood. It is hosted by media village columnist Juan Ayalathe 50thth Follow his popular video interview series next week.

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MediaVillage columnist Juan Ayala Interviews four actors about Hollywood Representation for Multicultural TV Talk.

Each of the two special episodes of Multicultural TV talk features four actors from film and television who First including Desmond Chiam, Marvel’s Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Prime Videos With love; Max HuangWarner Bros. Mortal Kombat; Sierra KatowHBO Max College Girls Sex Life; and Mike CabellonNBC’s Mr. Mayor.

“The actors share their thoughts on the current state of AAPI representation in the entertainment industry, which they hope to see more of consistently Hollywood in the near future and also discussing the impact that some of their own roles have had on their community,” explains Ayala.

The second roundtable of the AAPI Month, scheduled for the week of 23. Maywill be there Kian Talan, NCIS: Hawaii on CBS; Roman Zaragoza, ghosts on CBS; Soji Arai, pachinko on Apple TV+; and Saylor Bell Curda, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series on Disney+.

Multicultural television covers a wide range of programming that reflects the diverse cultures of the United States and the LGBTQ+ community, from Spanish-language programming on Univision and Telemundo to millennial- and Gen Z-driven series on Hulu, The CW, and Freeform.

Juan Ayala is a Brooklyn-based writer, podcast producer and host for MediaVillage.com and a member of the Critics Choice Association. Since 2017, his Multicultural Television column has covered programs aimed at diverse, multicultural audiences, as well as the LGBTQ+ and Latin communities. He has been producing and presenting since 2021 Multicultural TV talk for MediaVillage, where he interviews emerging television and media stars and focuses on conversations about diversity, representation and inclusivity in entertainment.

For content created to explore diversity issues in the media and entertainment industry, visit www.AdvancingDiversity.org. For a direct link to the special edition of the Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Multicultural TV Talk for Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage of the Month, go to https://www.mediavillage.com/article/aapi-actors-roundtable-representation-in-hollywood-multicultural-tv-talk-podcast/.

For press inquiries please contact Diana Stefanie at [email protected] Social handles include: @MediaVillageCom @IJuanAyala @JackMyersBiz.

About multicultural television:
Multicultural TV belongs to a series of AdvancingDiversity.org Programs offered on MediaVillage.com also included Promoting Diversity: Black Leaders Matter, #AskGenZ, LGBT+ progress, The Age of Aging, The pooland WomenAdvancing.org. Hosted by Juan Ayala, Multicultural TV covers a wide spectrum of programming that reflects the diverse cultures of the United States and the LGBTQ+ community, from Spanish-language programming on Univision and Telemundo to millennial- and Gen-Z-driven series on Hulu, The CW, and more. For more stories from Ayala, see Multicultural TV.

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