Study: One-third of ‘traditional media’ reporters are female

The study , conducted in 108 countries by the Global Media Monitoring Project, found that women represent 37 percent of reporters in the traditional media, an increase from 28 percent when the study began 15 years ago. The situation is even worse with online journalism. Online news “is a format in which gender biases become not only more visible but even more concentrated than in the traditional news media,” the study said.

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