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By monitoring and calling out media sexism, launching petitions, inviting watch-ins, organizing tweet ups, and other activist campaigns, we are holding media accountable for an equal voice and equal participation.

Trayvon Martin Case: Do We Communicate More, Listen Less?

Trayvon Martin Case: Do We Communicate More, Listen Less?

| March 30, 2012

Multimedia journalist Mary C. Curtis, among the first to write and speak about Trayvon Martin in the national media, draws lessons from the weaknesses and strengths of traditional and new media in covering the case. More »

Limbaugh’s Half-Hearted Apology Isn’t Enough

| March 4, 2012

Rush Limbaugh's half-hearted apology doesn't fix is misogyny. More »

Oscar and the Usual Suspects

Oscar and the Usual Suspects

| February 20, 2012

Women's absence from Best Director nominees only reflects the industry's dismal hiring statistics, as demonstrated in the author's annual Celluloid Ceiling study. More »

Electoral Advertising is a Women’s Media Policy Nightmare

| February 1, 2012

The author, who directs Media Equity Collaborative, demonstrates why super PACs and the corporations controlling the airways pose a threat to fair media treatment for women. More »

Killer Advertising

Killer Advertising

| January 25, 2012

Media Heroes Recognized

Media Heroes Recognized

| December 4, 2011

To help envision a more equitable landscape, last week the WMC 2011 Women's Media Awards celebrated today's powerful and visible women in media. More »

Women's Media Center to NBC: "You Can't Lie to Women!"

| October 24, 2011

Daily Caller Pushes Sexist "Hot Chicks of Occupy Wall Street" Pics

| October 24, 2011

Cancellation of Charlie’s Angels Should Remind Networks We’re in 21st Century

| October 18, 2011

Final Insult to Injury: Before Cancellation Playboy Club Rewrites Steinem History

| October 7, 2011