Women’s Media Center wants to see greater gender, racial equality in American media


In the foreword to a new report titled "The Status of Women in the U.S. Media 2021" compiled by the Women’s Media Center, Julie Burton, president and CEO, notes that the report "draws data from 110 studies (and features over 350 charts) that together tell us the standing of women across all media, including legacy and digital news platforms, film, television, radio, technology, literature, and more."

She wrote: "What this new report shows is that in all realms of media, representation and visibility of women are sorely lacking. The implications of this relative lack of power and visibility are profound for media and for democracy."

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