After #METOO: The Way Forward for Women in the Media

In an industry so central to American culture — and one so publicly rocked by #MeToo — how do women in media move forward? And how can media organizations rebuild their reputations among women? A group of leading female journalists reflects on conditions that might have led to the scandals we watched unfold, and discuss what, if anything, has changed at work. What concrete steps must the industry take not only to serve the women currently working in it at all levels, but to draw the next generation of superb female journalists and editors? Underwritten by Audi of America.

Festival: 2018

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