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You’re the first C.E.O. of Time’s Up, a self-described political movement toward eradicating sexual harassment in the workplace. Why does a political movement need a C.E.O.?
According to new research conducted by The Lyda Hill Foundation and Geena Davis’s Institute, improving media depictions of females in STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math – will encourage more women into these fields.
The top showrunners + producers on the CW are inspiring, diverse women pushing their writer rooms to tell authentic stories of women.
Just a few days after Natalie Portman delivered a rousing speech about women’s rights at Variety’s Power of Women event, the rallying cry of #MeToo and Times Up continued to roar on Monday night at Elle’s Women of Hollywood gala at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, Calif.
NBC Universal is rejiggering its ad sales team, handing the day-to-day sales operations to Laura Molen and Mark Marshall. This will free up Linda Yaccarino, who remains chairman of advertising and partnerships, to focus more on overall strategy and technology development.
Disney Channel has greenlighted The A Girl, a single-camera comedy pilot about a teenage girl on the autism spectrum.
Penned by Webb, Trailblazer centers on Jordan Cruz, the gifted men’s basketball coach at a small D3 college in South Dakota who rises to fame when she’s recruited by UCLA to become the first female coach of a Division 1 men’s team.
Started in 2012 as a United Nations Declaration, International Girls Day gives pause to reflect on what has been so far a momentous year for women generally, and specifically in the marketing community.
American Express has concluded a global media review officially launched in May, choosing IPG’s Universal McCann (UM) as its new media agency of record.
With almost 900 stories submitted from 110 countries, a panel of judges chose 12 stories to highlight to celebrate International Day of the Girl.
The CW and #SeeHer are joining forces, Variety has learned exclusively. Their partnership will include co-sponsoring the network’s fall launch event, as well as presenting the third annual #SeeHer Award at the Critics’ Choice Awards in January 2019.
In celebration of Day of the Girl on Oct. 11, female celebrities, including Emily Blunt, and successful businesswomen, including Apple vice president Susan Prescott, partnered with Disney to share messages of empowerment in a 20-part video series.