Mapping the Media’s Gender Imbalance, in Real Time

By: Katie Mcdonough | Salon

A new website tracks how many women are getting their bylines on the New York Times’ front page — every day.

After reading a 2011 VIDA report on journalism’s shocking (and shockingly persistent) gender gap, recent college graduate and developer Andrew Briggs came up with the idea to create a website that would track the imbalance between male and female voices in the media — in real time.

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