If you’ve ever watched television in Brazil, you would think that the country has no ethnic or cultural diversity. Most Brazilian TV announcers and actors look the same and speak with a similar accent. It’s not what you'd expect from a country with more than 190 million people.
At the National Conference for Media Reform, one thing was clear to those of us who attended from abroad: This conference might need a new name. Media reform is not just a national concern, but an issue that crosses borders and affects communities around the world.