On the production side, WarnerMedia has seen overall stronger growth in representation for women and people of color in behind-the-camera roles than it has with on-screen roles. The number of women in on-screen roles in Warner Bros. films dropped 4% in the 2020-21 period measured in the report, compared to the 2019 period. But in all other key areas measured, women and people from Bipoc backgrounds logged gains. Women logged the biggest gain in senior management promotions among the company’s nearly 30,000 workers.
WarnerMedia issued a detailed, 105-page report complete with glossy features on its work on diversity, equity and inclusion in the wake of the tumultuous incidents that returned the Black