Why are Newspapers Still Run By Men, Asks a Leading Female Executive

By: Roy Greenslade | The Guardian

Why do the best jobs in national newspapers still go to men rather than women? That’s the question asked by Eleanor Mills, chair of the campaigning group Women in Journalism, in the latest issue of the British Journalism Review.

She argues that since her career began in 1994, the ratios of men to women in senior journalistic positions “seem to have remained stubbornly similar.”

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