The Gender Report provides a weekly round-up of links to online articles that may be of interest to our readers. The links below are to noteworthy articles on topics related to women in journalism, media and technology during the past week, as well as articles related to the intersections of gender, race, class, nationality, ability, and sexual orientation and the media. Articles included in this feature do not necessarily reflect the views of The Gender Report or its writers. View past week’s round-ups here.
–Times Ousts Jill Abramson as Executive Editor, Elevating Dean Baquet (New York Times). With so many articles being written about this, we’ve compiled a separate reading list, which can be accessed here.
–RIP Camille Lepage, French photojournalist killed in Central African Republic (Washington Post)
–Bearing Witness, Losing Her Life: On the passing of Camille Lepage (Lens Blog)
–2014 Courage in Journalism Awards (International Women’s Media Foundation)
–This Fall, TV Looks Much More Diverse: Now Don’t Screw It Up (NPR)
–The Real Story About the Wrong Photos in #BringBackOurGirls (Lens Blog)
–Obits reflect bias ‘of our forebears,’ NYT editor says (Poynter)
–No Cannes Do – The Status of Women Directors at Cannes Over the Last Decade (Women and Hollywood)
–Le Monde editor Natalie Nougayrède quits after power struggle with top staff (Guardian)
–So-called women’s issues (Ann Friedman)
–Still Talking About It: ‘Where Are the Women?’ (NYT Public Editor)
–NPR Pays Tribute to Pioneering Female Journalist Nellie Bly (Fishbowl NY)
–Micheline Maynard to lead National Center for Business Journalism at ASU (Poynter)
–Katherine Goldstein is the new editor of Vanity Fair’s website (Poynter)
–Judith Cummings, Chief of a Bureau for The Times, Dies at 68 (New York Times)
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