Women in journalism: Reading list for 12/22/2013

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

What’s Wrong With Twitter Feminism? A piece about feminism on the social network sparked outrage. (The Root)

Can TV Roles Lead to Female Harassment? (Psych Central)

2013 Was a Huge Win For Women in Television (PolicyMic)

The Two Most Inexplicable Examples of Video Game Community Harassment This Week (The Mary Sue)

COLUMN: Stereotypes still exist against women across sports landscape (ABC 7 – WJLA)

In India, Fewer Than Three Percent of Journalists are Women (Bitch Media)

Liberia Female Journalists Group Threatens Boycott Over All-Male Leadership (allAfrica)

BBC must put more women on air ‘as matter of urgency’, says trust (The Guardian)

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Women in journalism: Reading list for 10/6/2013

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

How “Jezebel” Smashes the Patriarchy, Click by Click (Mother Jones)

MIPCOM: The 25 Most Powerful Women in Global TV (The Hollywood Reporter)

Broadcast journalist Fatou Camara held without charge in Gambia (Committee to Protect Journalists)

Sarah Bartlett Named New Dean of CUNY Graduate School of Journalism (New York Observer)

Kathy Best named new Seattle Times editor; newsroom leadership team announced (Seattle Times)

Q&A: Guardian social and community editor Joanna Geary heads off to Twitter U.K. (Nieman Journalism Lab)

Q&A: Videographer, Sachi Cunningham (ReportHers)

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Women in journalism: Reading list for 9/8/2013

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

10 Women to Watch (Editor & Publisher)

Software seeks to measure women’s participation in journalism (Poynter)

Girls Tweeting (Not Twerking) Their Way to Power (New York Times)

Why Female Journalists in India Still Can’t Have It All (India Ink, New York Times)

“Escape from Taliban” author Sushmita Banerjee shot dead in Afghanistan (Reuters)

More Women Were Working In TV During 2012-13 Season Than Ever Before: Study (Deadline)

How Do Women and Men Use Social Media Differently? [INFOGRAPHIC] (Social Media Today)

First female ‘Life’ editor Judith Glassman Daniels dies at 74 (Entertainment Weekly)

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Women in journalism: Reading list 3/31/2013

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

#EdgyHeadlines Flips Gender; Illustrates Misogyny In Media And Culture (Mediabistro’s All Twitter)

TIME’s list of top Twitter users is basically a boys’ club (by Meg Heckman)

From ‘Californication’ To ‘Veep’ The TV Shows That Hired No Women Or Writers Of Color In 2011-2012 (ThinkProgress)

BBC launches expert women database and YouTube channel (The Telegraph)

Atwood: How things have changed for women in journalism (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Is There Really Room to Debate Whether Women Can Lead? (New York Times)

Why asking & answering readers’ tough questions is helpful when covering rape (Poynter)

Somali women’s rights reporter Rahma Abdulkadir shot dead in Mogadishu (Guardian)

Venezuelan Cartoonist Threatened: Rayma Suprani (AWID)

Ahn Sehong’s captivating black and white photos of “Comfort Women,” Koreans forced into sexual slavery during World War II (New York Times Lens Blog)

Zanele Muholi, South African Photographer, Highlights Lesbians, Transgender Women (Huffington Post)

Introducing the Zubeida Mustafa Award for Journalistic Excellence (International Women’s Media Foundation)

‘Daily News’ steals ‘Post’ transit reporter Jennifer Fermino for its City Hall bureau chief (Capital New York)

Kenya: a public editor learns her value (Columbia Journalism Review)

Tuesday Q&A: Amanda Zamora on participation metrics, deeper engagement, and why ProPublica is heading to Reddit (Nieman Journalism Lab)

And that’s the way it was: March 25, 1934 – Gloria Steinem is born in Toledo, OH (Columbia Journalism Review)

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Women in journalism: Reading list 9/23/2012

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

Opinion: Why do women still lag in journalism? (by Susan Antilla)

Moroccan Women in Journalism (Global Girl Media)

Poll: College women get election news from the paper, though they’d rather not (Poynter)

Women Created More Television Last Year, But Is It a Durable Sign of Progress? (ThinkProgress)

Why was a rape victim’s blog mentioned and quoted from in a story on a rape in Central Park, allowing readers to identify the woman? (Answer from Margaret Sullivan, public editor of The New York Times)

-Why Are There No Women Writers in Vogue’s Edith Wharton Spread? (Slate)

Behind ‘The Good Girls Revolt’: The ‘Newsweek’ Lawsuit That Paved the Way for Women Writers (Daily Beast)

Women who set world media trends (The Media Reporter)

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry tops the ‘Root 100′ list (Poynter)

A Woman in the Crossfire: Diaries of the Syrian Revolution (Book by journalist Samar Yazbek)

Islamist militants seize and rename radio station in Mali (Committee to Project Journalists) Staff ordered to “to replace a female editor, Fatoumata Abdou, with a man”

A Reaction To The Backlash Against Mindy Kaling (Racialicious)

Alex Pham leaves Los Angeles Times for a job that gives her more flexibility (JimRomenesko.com)

Feature writer Sheila McClear leaves the ‘New York Post’ (Capital New York)

Mexican photojournalist Claudia Guadarrama documents the trauma of migration (Women News Network)

How Soledad O’Brien prepared for that contentious John Sununu interview (Poynter)

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