Miguel Roggero

Roggero moved from interim CEO to full-time CEO this past year, transforming Fuse into one of the fastest growing youth networks in America. He uses the company’s visibility to promote diversity and social justice, launching the “Be Change” initiative focusing on issues such as climate change and voting. Roggero also created the trainee and internship program at Fuse, where college-graduated minorities are chosen and given an entry-level job opportunity. “Throughout my 14 years at Fuse Media, we have been at the forefront of serving the Latinx, Black, LGBTQ and all underserved audiences with authentic representations and providing a platform for their stories to be seen and heard,” he says.

The conversation about racial injustice in 2020 has been… a long time coming. Fuse will maintain our support by continuing our mission to use our platform to share the images, voices and stories of underrepresented communities to help foster unity and fuel hope. 

How have you been a champion of diversity & inclusion in your professional life?
Throughout my 14 years at Fuse Media, we have been at the forefront of serving the Latinx, Black, LGBTQ and all underserved audiences with authentic representations and providing a platform for their stories to be seen and heard.

Which current shows (on linear and streaming) best embrace diversity?
Shows such as “Like,” “Share Dimelo,” “Made From Scratch” and the award-winning Fuse Docs franchise feature diverse casts and creators that align with Fuse’s long-standing mission to create empowering and engaging content for a young culturally, diverse audience.

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