I've noticed that some girls in our class have been looking into how women are portrayed by the media, a couple of girls are even writing in our upcoming Literacy Journal about the subject...
AND IT MAKES ME SO FREAKIN' EXCITED!!!!
So, I got inspired to continue my "Women in the Media" Blog Posts!!
In this blog post I am going to focus on women who have broken through "the glass ceiling"* and become tycoons in the media. Check it.
1. Tina Brown
Tina Brown is editor-in-chief on Newsweek and the Daily Beast, which she founded.
2. Greta Van Susteren
Greta Van Susteren hosts Fox News "On the Record".
3. Anna Wintor
Anna Wintor is the editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine.
4. Ann Curry
Ann Curry is the co-host of NBC's "Today Show".
5. Helen Boaden
Helen Boaden is the director of BCC News.
6. Diane Sawyer
Diane Sawyer anchors "ABC World News".
7. Christiane Amanpour
Christiane Amanpour hosts "This Week" on ABC.
8. Arianna Huffington
Arianna Huffington is the president and the editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group.
9. Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey ended her show after 25 years, and now is the CEO of her own television network.
10. Jill Abramson
Jill Abramson is the first female editor-in-chief at New York Times.
Make sure to check out the successful women's links, because they accomplished so much more than the small descriptions I gave!
Glass Ceiling: "the unseen, yet unbreachable barrier that keeps minorities and women from rising to the upper rungs of the corporate ladder, regardless of their qualifications or achievements." Initially, the metaphor applied to barriers in the careers of women but was quickly extended to refer to obstacles hindering the advancement of minority men, as well as women.