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Examples of media, entertainment and sports brands that are bringing their diversity commitments to life.
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Increasing diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) in the media and entertainment industry is the right thing to do - and can increase profits. Here's how.
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Setting your own exercise goals and pursuing them immediately, could help result in long lasting changes, according to a new study looking a step counts.
A new study by MIT researchers suggests that crowdsourced accuracy judgements from normal readers can be just as impactful as professional fact checkers.
China recently limited the time young people may spend playing online games to three hours on weekends. Here's why and what other countries are doing.
3D printing is helping deliver bespoke and affordable equipment to this year's paralympic athletes at the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games in Tokyo.
China has forbidden under-18s from playing video games for more than three hours a week - an hour per day, 8pm-9pm, on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
New research looks at whether empty stadiums as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic affected refereeing decisions, finding a change towards home team players.
An Ipsos survey asked 21,000 adults about exercise - here’s where people are the most active and what stops them from playing sport.
The Paralympics, meaning 'parallel Olympics', are a meeting of the world's top athletes who have a disability.
VR and AR are evolving fast, but our slow-moving legal systems are unprepared. Here are the challenges this poses, and the questions we should be asking.
Gen Z athletes are connecting directly with millions of followers on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok to share thoughts, feelings and their personal wellbeing.