The National Association of Minorities in Communications (NAMIC) was founded in 1980 in the United States; the mission of the organization is to educate, advocate, and empower people of color as media professionals and entrepreneurs. Due to a considerable number of members working in the cable industry, the organization has been referred to as the National Association of Minorities in Cable. Around the year 2000, the name of the organization was changed to the National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications, maintaining the NAMIC acronym and foundational mission while promoting inclusion among nonminorities.

Consisting of members from a wide range of communication professions including cable and broadcast television, print and digital media, and the film industry, NAMIC facilitates the professional development of individuals in communication industries. NAMIC ...

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