We are proud to announce that Consumer Reports was named a Finalist for the 8th Annual Shorty Impact Awards, an international awards program dedicated to celebrating purpose-driven work from brands, agencies and nonprofits that make the world a better place.
In partnership with Kapor Foundation, Consumer Reports produced BAD INPUT, a three-part video series that profiles individual experiences and research from experts, who distill nuanced topics into bite-sized information so people can learn the risks and collectively urge companies to end these harmful practices. BAD INPUT compiles a diverse mix of perspectives from different fields, including medicine, finance, law, and technology.
This Fall, BAD INPUT was recognized as a finalist for the “Video Series” category. Read the full story here, and stay in touch as we continue to use research and storytelling to harness collective consumer power to create societal change and push for more industry accountability and governmental action.
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