FBomb Joins Women’s Media Center

FBomb Joins Women’s Media Center

Women’s Media Center Welcomes Julie Zeilinger, Founding Editor of The WMC FBomb Read More »

new research on gender bias in the media

new research on gender bias in the media

We examined 20 of the most widely circulated, read, viewed and listened to U.S. based TV networks, newspapers, news wires and online news sites. The research findings tell a stark story about where women stand across every platform in the 24/7 news cycle. Read More »

Change these statistics! Don’t let women’s voices be silenced in 2014

Change these statistics! Don’t let women’s voices be silenced in 2014

Give to the Women's Media Center to give women equal voice Read More »

WMC reports from the Middle East on Syrian refugees

WMC reports from the Middle East on Syrian refugees

Our Women Under Siege project traveled to Jordan and Lebanon to investigate what Syrian women refugees face. As part of our ongoing work on mapping rape in Syria, we’ve gathered new information and are following rumors of possible “rape houses” there. Photo: Lauren Wolfe Read More »

New Research From Name It. Change It. Explained

New Research From Name It. Change It. Explained

Name It. Change It. has just released two new studies that demonstrate the gender-based challenges women face from the media when they run for office. See it explained by stick figures in an infographic! Read More »

New Publication: WMC Media Guide to Covering Reproductive Issues

New Publication: WMC Media Guide to Covering Reproductive Issues

Download our new resource for journalists, producers, and interview bookers, on reproductive medical, health, legal, policy, and other key issues, plus key organizations on all sides of the debate 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

May 21, 2014 | Special Program—entire hour--on the sudden firing of NY Times first female Executive editor Jill Abramson. Robin on the patriarchal dynasty that owns the Times. Roundtable with award-winning journalists Carol Jenkins, Geneva Overholser, Gloria Steinem, and Soraya Chemaly. More »