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 »

Save the Date For WMC’s Women’s Media Awards

Save the Date For WMC’s Women’s Media Awards

Our Annual Women's Media Center Awards will be held November 5 in New York Save The Date! Read More »

Announcing the WMC Speech Project

Announcing the WMC Speech Project

Chaired by Ashley Judd and directed by Soraya Chemaly, the WMC Speech project aims to expand expression by curbing online abuse, and was announced on April 23 at the Women in the World Summit in New York. Read More »

Unspinning the Spin: The Guide to Fair and Accurate Language

Unspinning the Spin: The Guide to Fair and Accurate Language

The convenience of a dictionary, the authority of a usage guide, the helpfulness of a thesaurus, and the wit and wisdom of an entertaining and authoritative teacher of the subject. Read More »

OSCAR NOMINATIONS GENDER GAP

OSCAR NOMINATIONS GENDER GAP

Read the status of women as nominees for non-acting Academy Awards. Read More »

WMC LIVE WITH ROBIN MORGAN

WMC LIVE WITH ROBIN MORGAN

“Women’s Media Center Live with Robin Morgan” is WMC's weekly radio show distributed to over 9,000 broadcasters and radio members around the world. Read More »

Name It. Change It. Explained

Name It. Change It. Explained

Download these two 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 »

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

June 20, 2015 | Robin on FDA consideration of “libido drug” for women. Guests: Monica Simpson of SisterSong; Jeannie Gayle Pool, feminist musicologist, on a rediscovered opera and other gems ; Lina Nilsson on the real reasons women aren’t in STEM, and how to change that. More »