10-Year Analysis of Gender & Oscar Nominations

10-Year Analysis of Gender & Oscar Nominations

A WMC investigation shows women get fewer than 1 in 5 nominations in non-acting categories between 2006 and 2015. Read More »

WMC Media Watch: The Gender Gap in Coverage of Reproductive Issues

WMC Media Watch: The Gender Gap in Coverage of Reproductive Issues

Men dominate news coverage of women’s reproductive issues, finds Women’s Media Center study. Gloria Steinem calls for more accurate, informed and experienced reporting. Read More »

WMC study finds crucial gap in coverage by gender

WMC study finds crucial gap in coverage by gender

Media coverage of U.S. campus rape and sexualized violence is significantly skewed toward the bylines and voices of men, according to a Women’s Media Center report. Read More »

WMC Investigation: 10-Year Review of Gender and Emmy Nominations

WMC Investigation: 10-Year Review of Gender and Emmy Nominations

Women represent only 22 percent of all nominees in 44 writing, directing, editing, and producing categories over the past decade. Read More »

WMC’s New Report on Women in the Media 2015

WMC’s New Report on Women in the Media 2015

Women’s Role in U.S. Media: Still Dismal? Getting Stronger? Forty-nine studies—including new research from WMC—detail the shape and scope of women’s participation in media. Read More »

Read Our Media Guide to Gender Neutrality

Read Our Media Guide to Gender Neutrality

Read the Name It. Change It. project's new Media Guide to Gender Neutral Coverage of Women Candidates + Politicians Read More »

Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan RSS

March 5, 2016 | Robin on Trump, Mussolini, and the KKK. Guests: Alessandra Gonzalez on Muslim elites; Susan McClelland on Lucia Jang's North Korean escape; Kavitha Davidson on women athletes (and male locker rooms). New features: We Told You So! and We Won This! More »