This week on Sprouts:

What are we missing when our reporting doesn’t adequately include women experts and women subjects? Why should we care and how can we increase women’s voices in the news? A panel of experts explores the lack of female sources in news coverage.

Panelists include remarks by legend Gloria Steinem, Matt Winkler, editor-in-chief Bloomberg News, Sally Buzbee, AP Washington bureau chief, Ken Strickland, NBC Washington bureau chief, Ruth Marcus, Washington Post op-ed columnist, Anna Palmer, Politico senior Washington correspondent, and Jill Zuckman, managing director SKD Knickerbocker.

Linda Kramer Jenning, Georgetown University journalism instructor
and Washington editor of Glamour moderated the panel.

ON Sprouts | January 30, 2014 | 12:00 pm

Women in Journalism, and the Unfairness That They Face

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This week on Sprouts:

What are we missing when our reporting doesn’t adequately include women experts and women subjects? Why should we care and how can we increase women’s voices in the news? A panel of experts explores the lack of female sources in news coverage.

Panelists include remarks by legend Gloria Steinem, Matt Winkler, editor-in-chief Bloomberg News, Sally Buzbee, AP Washington bureau chief, Ken Strickland, NBC Washington bureau chief, Ruth Marcus, Washington Post op-ed columnist, Anna Palmer, Politico senior Washington correspondent, and Jill Zuckman, managing director SKD Knickerbocker.

Linda Kramer Jenning, Georgetown University journalism instructor
and Washington editor of Glamour moderated the panel.

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