#SeeHer related issues in the news.
Former ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey is Heading to Netflix as a vice president of original content.
Adverts showing a woman struggling to park a car or a man refusing to do housework while his wife cooks dinner will be banned from next year as part of an industry-wide crackdown on sexist stereotypes.
Female-led films have consistently outperform male-led movies at the box office, according to a study initiated by Time’s Up, the organization formed by prominent women in the entertainment industry to promote gender equality.
Films with women in top roles earn more than films with men in the lead, according to a new study.
The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG) was recognized today as the eighth Most JUST Company in America and first among personal care companies, according to Forbes and JUST Capital, a nonprofit that ranks the largest publicly traded corporations in the United States on the issues Americans ca
Many leading advertisers and popular brands are working together to encourage positive change in the media. CBS Corporation is proud and committed to supporting #SeeHer, a powerful initiative created by the Association of National Advertisers.
L’Oréal Paris celebrated 10 women selflessly making an extraordinary difference in the world at the 13th annual Women of Worth event last night.
Two NASHVILLE Country artists who also happen to be best friends, SAVANNAH KEYES and KALIE SHORR, have teamed up to host a new feature on RADIO DISNEY COUNTRY in support of their fellow female artists.
NBC has announced the inaugural class for their Alternative Directors Program, and all seven participants are women.
Unilever Chief Marketing Officer Keith Weed will retire from the company in May, the consumer-products giant said Thursday.
Truly, Madly, Deeply star Juliet Stevenson, Fleabag and Killing Eve creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge and The Good Place’s Jameela Jamil are among the winners of the Women in Film & Television (UK) Awards.
A new law mandating all public California companies have at least one female board member is creating big demand for worthy female execs, so The Hollywood Reporter vetted the under-the-radar corporate stars who can take the plunge.