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.
–In many college newsrooms, women hold top leadership roles (Poynter)
–Are the challenges faced by women journalists changing for the better? (Chicago Reader)
–Misogyny Trips Twitter; Will It Reverse Silicon Valley Sexism? (Huffington Post)
–Tech Weekly Podcast: Violence against women in the digital realm (The Guardian)
-Pakistan: Women in journalism: Harassed at work (The Express Tribune)
–In Costa Rica, women working with technology in journalism learn how to thrive (International Center for Journalists)
–Changing the conversation about women’s bodies (CNN) On the new Interrupt magazine
–CNN Had Four Women Discuss Something Other Than Weddings & Babies (Jezebel)
–Site counts male, female bylines in New York Times (Poynter)
–Woman Falls 17 Stories to Her Death; AP Implies She Deserved It (XX Factor)
–Gender Ratios of 65th Emmy Nominees Favor Men (Women’s Media Center)
–Report: Female reporters advised to have escort for interviewing Filner as third accuser comes forward (Hot Air)
–Good Jill, Bad Jill: Executive Editor Jill Abramson, Queen of The New York Times (Newsweek)
–Q&A: Ruby Cramer, political reporter at BuzzFeed (Columbia Journalism Review)
–Q&A: Education Reporter, Regina Medina (ReportHers)
–CNN Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jill Dougherty Leaving The Channel After 30 Years (TV Newser)
–Amy Powell to Run Paramount’s TV Division (The Wrap)
*Note: Due to travel, this week’s (slightly delayed) list contains noteworthy links from the past two weeks. No Reading List was posted for the week of 7/28/2013.
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