Despite an overwhelming number of women graduating with degrees in Journalism and Mass Communications, the field of journalism still lacks female voices. Though many fields have increased the amount of women they hire, journalism appears to be flatlining. In 2018, women made up only
Annie Lowrey is an econ writer for The Atlantic.
Freelance journalist Maha Assabalani shares her experiences as a female journalist from the Middle East with MediaFile co-international editor Celine Castronuovo in Paris.
Russian female journalists have been boycotting their beats to bring attention to the harassment that happens in their workplace
Female journalists–in Brazil, Italy, and Russia–have been making waves and making their voices heard in the #MeToo movement
Hadas Gold, Alexandra Petri, and Ashley Westerman got real about what it’s like to be a woman in America’s most prominent newsrooms.
It’s not every day a local newspaper’s reporting results in the national shaming and subsequent resignation of a congressman. But that is exactly what the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette accomplished last week after publishing a story revealing that now-former Rep. Tim Murphy, R-Pa., an outspoken anti-abortion advocate,
At 23, Morrongiello has taken the helm as the New York Post’s DC Bureau Chief and is a rising star of the Beltway media sphere.
Vivian Salama is not easily intimidated. With a career that spans across continents and conflicts, Salama has built a reputation for always being in the thick of whatever is going on around the world. When the war in Iraq broke out, Salama was the first
For The Women in Media series, MediaFile talks to Eve Peyser from VICE about her personal essays, her advice to freelancers, and being a female journalist in the media’s internet-age.