In a story for the Atlantic, Adrienne LaFrance, the editor at The Atlantic, wrote “I’m not excluding women on purpose, but I can’t say it’s an accident, either. Reporters choose whom to interview. We carefully parcel out our time as we work toward deadlines.”
Media have long struggled with reporting on female candidates fairly and accurately, but that’s beginning to change.
In Episode 2, we talk about the women in Trump’s sphere, the Parkland shooting, Anonymous sources in the Mueller investigation coverage, and a recent GW Hatchet op-ed that caught a lot of people’s attention.
The mainstream media in India has decided to capitalize the tragedy with splashy headlines and rumors
In the wake of Weinstein, more men are coming out of the woodwork and are being accused and condemned for harassment
#MeToo has been gaining steam across social media. What kind of change, if any, will it cause?
There seems to have been an uptick in media catering towards millennial women, with Washington Post’s The Lily being the latest to join in.
Disclaimer: This article contains graphic language. Playboy, the magazine notorious for innuendo and euphemism, has the opportunity to reinvent the way men see women. With the reintroduction of nudity last week into the Playboy magazine, it can be a leader in creating more body positive
Society relies on the media to communicate new information and events happening all around the world. But what about daytime television talk shows like The View, The Talk, or Ellen? These talk shows produce viral videos, interview prominent figures in society, and reach millions of
On Thursday, the United Nations confirmed Antonio Guterres as its ninth secretary-general (SG). While many in the media stressed Guterres’ socialist background, outlets more so harped on a different storyline – the fact that a woman was not selected for the post. The next Secretary General