#SeeHer related issues in the news.
Natalie Portman is coming back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but she’s no one’s love interest this time around.
The country supergroup the Highwomen have dropped their first video, for the just-released debut single, “Redesigning Women,” and it’s even more of a cluster of exclusively female country stars than the core quartet itself.
Thelma & Louise and A League of Their Own star Geena Davis, 63, executive produced and is featured in the theatrical documentary This Changes Everything, which begins one-night-only shows on July 22 befor
Ebay has consolidated its media account with WPP, naming MediaCom as its global media agency of record.
Alex Morgan, co-captain of the U.S. women’s soccer team that just won its second straight World Cup, is planning to launch her own media venture.
This year has made one thing clear: women are showing up, stepping up, and taking what they deserve. From politics to pop culture, women aren't just leveling the playing field, they're owning it.
With a record number of series and performers competing, as scripted programs alone ballooned to more than 500 shows this year, the Television Academy’s voting members had a tall order in selecting what they thought was the cream of the crop.
When a company touches the lives of five billion people around the world, the potential to do good on a social and environmental level is profound.
Members of the United States Women’s National Team who have been at the forefront of debate over equal pay are about to receive an additional paycheck. But the $529,000 bonus won’t be coming from the U.S.
Procter & Gamble's Secret Deodorant has publicly taken a stand against the pay disparity between the men’s and women’s teams in US Soccer, publishing an ad in the New York Times questioning the current financial status quo.
Beyond sheer sporting excellence, there’s another important reason why women’s sports are attracting more sponsors. Increasingly, we are finding our sponsors are reframing and expanding the business case for women’s sports.