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05/03/2014 The Status of Women in the U. S. Media 2014

Author: Millennia2015

Source: Women's Media Center






The Status of Women in the U. S. Media 2014

Women's Media Center


“The world is a melting pot full of varying experiences and viewpoints that must be considered and explored when it comes to deciding what is news. A room full of men, of any race or age, would not possibly know how to deliver all of that news and will continue to fail in their delivery attempts—until they admit they can't do it alone.” That's how veteran TV news writer and producer Lisa Cox, a former National Association of Black Journalists vice president-broadcast, encapsulated the issue of where women stand

in her professional sphere. Though Cox was specifically addressing the lingering challenges to presenting tele- vision news that is as expansive as it can be, we at the Women's Media Center take her summary as something of a metaphor. We overlay Cox's urgent message about the need for inclusion across all media in America as we deliver this annual Status of Women in Media.



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