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-- -- you move throughout the day but we start off first right here in -- it was our first our our first guest is -- away.
I CEO of inner -- communications entry -- you come -- and Julia but a great piece on foxnews.com and -- op -- opinion piece.
On the media study out textbook -- going on -- on -- key demographics about all that.
Obviously the few media said he is well I've got to give us a rundown for those who haven't gone there yet hope we have a chance to click on this article infuse social media study pushes all the wrong buttons.
In layman's terms what it would of the study what what are the problems with -- Well basically it was a studied that Don compares all the segments in terms of their social media usage and it had the African American of course the white.
In the white population and also the Hispanic population -- -- but it.
Omitted the Asian Americans not market in this study.
And of course we know especially here in California.
The Asian American market is -- is it anywhere in the country but specific California being a very large Asian American art market -- -- of what.
Look at it what does that do the study when you I mean how how do you ignore that kind of market.
I'm really quite sure I do know that the -- senator did say that because statistic leading Asian Americans -- -- statistically insignificant it's about.
3.5 to 5% and in the national.
To stage so -- statistically it was you think it was really difficult for them to include us in that the study.
Order my book and we can show that -- articles right on foxnews.com you can read more about the study it's supposed to barely post their course for for a long time coming for sure I'll.
The study itself what did -- find and and how would it in the Asian American population think it would change it anyway.
It didn't have that much -- -- surprising.
The result it said that.
A lot of the young people beat -- on the social media quite quite often.
But the fact that Asian Americans you know but all -- the different studies showed that Asian Americans in -- very high right.
On gadgets -- you know these these computers and the fact that few sinner.
Did not include us means that we're still quite invisible -- they did a very good study.
On and on Asian American seeing that it's an emerging and rising in my question is that.
How long do we have to emerge -- rise before you -- including the whole American landscape.
You know it isn't important right now to -- you know what who what are what are you are saying an interest -- -- because I mean you're right how especially -- -- -- California because we were made of course in California and California institute.
A center of -- -- American population for for generations.
Pomp it was interesting to note that in your article and you've repeated here again.
The Asian American population is emerging why would.
Anybody come to that conclusion is it shocking to me really 'cause -- it's not an emerging -- -- it's emerged a long time ago you were here yet exactly.
Yeah it's a lot of -- that obviously must -- upsets you but I mean how do you come back.
Well I you know it's really upsetting more of concerns that were excluded in any kind of -- -- especially in very credible our research institute that as few -- it means that.
-- -- included even in this this area.
We could be be we could be excluded in any kind of you know policy driven studies -- want to so.
Well to it lately really appreciate your time later Trent communications UC EO -- trend in a trend communications and you can spot of course.
-- -- article online -- social media study puts all the wrong buttons.
It's right now live on foxnews.com.
An opinion piece great great article on -- some fantastic points and really calls -- -- question.
This study makes you think about a lot of studies when you when you when you when you see that he.
Basically just totally -- my entire segment of our population that is a huge influence apocalypse so thanks so much for thank you very much are thinking right.
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