The Edge of Change: Women in the Twenty-First-Century Press
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In this book, the nation's leading female newspaper journalists, editors, and executives provide critical perspectives on the challenges women face in today's news organizations, such as connecting with diverse audiences, maintaining credibility, negotiating media consolidation and corporate pressures, and overcoming the persistent barriers to professional advancement.
Contributors are Catalina Camia, Kathleen Carroll, Pamela J. Creedon, Paula Ellis, Helen E. Fisher, Dorothy Butler Gilliam, Ellen Goodman, Sharon Grigsby, Carol Guzy, Kirsten Scharnberg Hampton, Cathy Henkel, Pamela J. Johnson, Jane Kirtley, Jan Leach, Caroline Little, Wanda S. Lloyd, Arlene Notoro Morgan, June O. Nicholson, Geneva Overholser, Marty Petty, Deb Price, Donna M. Reed, Sandra Mims Rowe, Peggy Simpson, Margaret Sullivan, Julia Wallace, and Keven Ann Willey.
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