Women In Media

Fox Business' Lisa Kennedy Montgomery slammed the South Dakota Republican's "call me when you're an American" tweet.
"The most influential anchors on our network, the highest-paid, are men," the CNN anchor said.
For the first time, women will run all three network morning shows.
Lisa Kennedy Montgomery said that “whoever can make it” will “get through” to the U.S.
Ferial Govashiri: Govashiri currently serves as Personal Aide to the President of the United States. Ms. Govashiri began
Living legend Minnie Driver stopped by BUILD Series today to talk about her role as Maya DiMeo in the new ABC show, Speechless.
Not really! I wish they would- I could start a collection! Someone told me Amy Poehler played Rachel McAdams' mom in Mean
There was a time when politics was impolite conversation for the dinner table and was never polite for anyone but men. Glass
From the moment that I stepped into the dark elegant theatre at Lincoln Center, I felt a sense of belonging. The speakers spoke "to" me, not "at" me. The topics on the agenda were things I care about deeply -- human rights, environmental conservation, freedom of self-expression, female entrepreneurship and so on.
If I'm certain of one thing, it is that no man would be forced into my shoes -- not because they are six inch heels, but because we live in a world of double standards, female imposter bias and misogynistic media who perceive women as career-breaking targets.
"We’re tired of being called victims. Instead we are fighters," one participant said.
Looking beyond gender inequity in literary media makes for a disturbing view.
My observation is that there has been a slight but positive shift in how women are portrayed in media. I see powerful women anchors on respected television news shows and some of the morning network news programs.