women in media
She will begin her new role from January 28 and will be the second woman editor in this history of The Sunday Times. The first female editor Rachel Beer, was appointed for the post in 1893.
Indian women have historically been considered secondary to men. It was with gradual efforts that women were finally given rights…
As much as we credit freedom of expression to the cyberspace in the modern world, it has also brought a lot of…
Prominent journalist and fashionista Ambika Anand, Editor-in-Chief (Fashion) at NDTV Good Times, is the face behind India’s premier lifestyle channel since 2002. She spoke to SheThePeople.TV about her success mantra.
Zan TV, a new TV channel dedicated to women, is all set to broadcast in Afghanistan. The channel is one of its kind in the country where the media industry is male-dominated.
SheThePeople.TV and Twitter India hosted a panel discussion on women in media as part of the #SheLeadsIndia campaign. The panelists spoke about sexism in the media, cyber security and the importance of mentorship.
Ace tennis player Sania Mirza, who is often the target of sexist comments on social media, yet again found herself…
When India’s strike bowler Mohammed Shami posted a picture of him with his family on social media, he was flooded with comments, calling him un-Islamic because of his wife’s choice of attire.
Actress Shweta Basu Prasad of ‘Makdi’ fame is happy to play a warrior princess in the TV serial ‘Chandra Nandini’.
Well known journalist Suhasini Haider shares her views on sexism faced by women journalists and sexist trolling
I am still not sure about the whole concept of success. But I think I am at peace doing the work that I always wanted to do.
Only 6 percent of the media reportage focuses on highlighting gender and women’s issues