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Why is it when writing the synopsis' for tv shows, verizon finds it necessary to describe the race of a tv show; i.e. African American, Drama/Comedy, etc. In predominantly Caucasion shows, they are not described in the synopsis as caucasion. It appears that verizon is alerting it's customers to the fact that they may be watching an african-american show. Is it really necessary to do that? As I stated previously, verizon describes no other tv shows by race.
I seriously doubt that Verizon writes the synopsis for a TV show. Those are likely provided by a third party. The genres used are not unique to Verizon. The TV Guide also uses "African American" as a genre. My public library has an "African American" classification. I suspect all libraries do.
Verizon does not create the Guide data, they contract with FYI Television Inc. of Grand Prairie, TX.
I really can't remember seeing that in a synopsis, but I don't see anything wrong with having it there. Just my opinion....
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