Women in journalism: Reading list for 5/19/2013

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 and the media during the past week. 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.

Reading List

Working Women On Television: A Mixed Bag At Best (NPR)

Do you think about gender on Twitter? (Twee-Q)

Open Gender Tracker analyses gender balance in the media (Journalism.co.uk)

Where have all the women gone in movies? (LA Times)

Marissa Mayer’s Widower Debuts on Philanthropic Stage (Flip the News) – The Laurene Jobs story recast as a Zach Bogue story.

Sports Illustrated Loves Models. Female Athletes? Not So Much (Jezebel)

Why are Indian women being attacked on social media? (BBC News India)

NPR Describes Senator Gillibrand as “petite, blond and perky” (Miss Representation)

Shameful: Washington Times Column Blames Female Service Members for Assault, Calls Them Liars (Huffington Post)

No, You Cannot Substitute ‘Sex’ For ‘Rape’ (Think Progress)

Once Again, Media Asks Wrong Questions and Blames Victims (Ms. Magazine)

REPORT: Diversity On Evening Cable News In 13 Charts (Media Matters)

Walters to Announce 2014 Retirement on ‘The View’ (New York Times)

Why We’ll Miss Glass Ceiling-Breaker Barbara Walters (KQED)

Seth Meyers to replace Jimmy Fallon as late-night white-guy beat goes on (She the People)

Still Shooting After the End of War (NYTimes Lens Blog) On Stacy Pearsall

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Women in journalism: Reading list 1/27/2013

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 and the media during the past week. 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.

Reading List

Inaugural diversity: When the media employs the term, what does it mean? (Columbia Journalism Review)

Sundance Institute and Women in Film Release Unprecedented Study on Women Directors (Women in Hollywood)

The hidden side of women’s military service: sexual assault (Columbia Journalism Review)

How Some Men Harass Women Online and What Other Men Can Do to Stop It (Ms Magazine Blog)

Broadcasting’s gender imbalance is inexcusable after Expert Women’s Day (Guardian)

Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi Testimony and the Men Who Fear Her (BlogHer)

In Te’o interview, Couric shows value of follow-up questions (Poynter)

What the Manti Te’o Scandal Reveals About Women in Journalism (Huffington Post)

How a princess can help Saudi women find their voice (CS Monitor)

Council Candidate Balks at Campaign Finance Questions From ‘Pretty Girl’ (DNAinfo.com)

Iranian journalist Masih Alinejad: ‘Every week they try to smear me, discredit me’ (Guardian)

Barbara Walters recovering, home soon (Politico)

Rachel Nichols Joins CNN and Turner Sports (CNN)

We encourage readers to submit suggestions of articles to include in future editions of this feature by sending an email to genderreport[at]gmail.com. For links to articles like these throughout the week, follow @GenderReport on Twitter.

Women in journalism: Reading list 5/28/2012

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 and the media during the past week. 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.

Reading List

Forbes.com contributor deletes post about Sheryl Sandberg after people call it sexist (Poynter)

The Lazy Stereotyping of Executive Women: A Case Study (Forbes Woman)

Hustler Magazine Sparks Rage With a Rude Image of Pundit S.E. Cupp
 (Daily Beast)

Gloria Steinem, Women’s Media Center Denounce Hustler Attack On Conservative Commentator (Women’s Media Center)

The Five Most Sexist/Misogynistic Print Ads From The Last Five Years (BuzzFeed)

FAIR numbers (OpEd Project Byline Blog) About a byline count of op-eds in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and New York Times

Geena Davis battles media’s portrayal of women (The Tennessean)

A New York Times Whodunit (New York Magazine) About the exit of Janet Robinson

Huffington Post Gets Its First Publisher (Janet Balis) Amid Broader AOL Changes (Ad Age)

Katharine Zaleski to leave Washington Post for NY video startup (Poynter)

She’s Making News: Paula Zahn (Paley Center)

Walters shares wisdom from her ‘most thoughtful’ interviewees  (Yale News)

We encourage readers to submit suggestions of articles to include in future editions of this feature by sending an email to genderreport[at]gmail.com. For links to articles like these throughout the week, follow @GenderReport on Twitter.