Kia partnered with the Television Academy Foundation to present the 40th College Television Awards which emphasized the importance of diverse representation on television.
TV can be a powerful force for good. Just ask the Television Academy Foundation, who believes that "investing in today's educators and students pays dividends in tomorrow's more diverse, inclusive, and innovative industry leaders.” Their mission to inspire social change comes to life through programs like internships, seminars, and college awards shows.
This year, due to Covid-19, that mission faced an unprecedented challenge. But at a time when it’s more important than ever to address society’s challenges, Kia joined forces to help the Academy keep their spotlights on the issues, through a series of online events.
Kia partnered with the Academy to present the 40th College Television Awards, “Faculty Seminar: The Conference,” and “The Power of TV: Homelessness in Storytelling." These events emphasized the importance of more diversity on TV and in the industry, and how amplifying those unique voices doesn’t just make for better television — it makes for a better, more inclusive society.
Empowering unique voices.
Kia teamed up with the Television Academy Foundation in support of their mission to inspire social change through internships, seminars, and college award shows to motivate the leaders of tomorrow.