TVNewsCheck columnists and veteran TV executives Hank Price and Emily Barr began their friendship more than 40 years ago as an industry mentor and mentee.
The Alliance for Women in Media (AWM) hosted the Gracies Leadership Awards luncheon, back for the first time in person after three years, on Nov. 14 at the Tribeca 360° in New York City. Seven female leaders in media were honored at the event, along with the AWM Legacy Leadership recipient, Valerie Blackburn.
Minority journalists represent a growing number of employees in TV and radio newsrooms, according to the most recent report from the latest RTDNA/Newhouse School at Syracuse University Survey, even reaching record numbers in radio newsrooms. But there’s still a large gap between the minority population in the U.S. and the minority workforce in local news.
Every December, Dressember advocates from all over the world pledge to wear a dress or tie for the 31 days of December to raise awareness and funds to end human trafficking. What may seem like a silly style challenge, has collectively raised over $15MM to fight human trafficking around the world.
Terry Yoffe interviews NEXT Women’s Executive Director, Abby Auerbach about how she navigated the mostly male business landscape and has proven that women can become strong advocates for themselves.
U.S. companies have made gains in increasing diversity inside their marketing departments but change is still slow to come, especially when it comes to Black, Hispanic and non-binary representation.
Procter & Gamble Co. Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard tapped into that groundbreaking presentation by reiterating his notion that “multicultural marketing is mainstream marketing.”
Does the advertising industry have to address issues such as work/life balance and stand up for women’s rights in tangible ways? The answer is a resounding yes. Despite coming a long way since the 1980s, there is still work to do to create a level playing field for all.
The first in a series highlighting branded DE&I efforts includes inclusive guides, a video series and creative workshops.
The TVB’s Next Women: Coffee series continued on Friday, and this saw the organization’s EVP/Chief Communications Officer Abby Auerbach offer highlights of a conversation she conducted with Graham Media Group CEO Catherine Badalamente.
The TVB’s Next Women Coffee with series saw the organization’s EVP, Chief Communications Officer Abby Auerbach offer highlights of a conversation she conducted with Graham Media Group CEO Catherine Badalamente. Badalamente shared her vision of how she believes Graham Media Group will thrive in the coming years and much more.
AWM Connects is an exciting virtual mentoring program that will connect young/new professionals with senior level executives throughout television, radio, and digital media. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, November 30, 2022.
Marla Kaplowitz, President and CEO of the advertising agency trade organization the 4A’s, shares advice and counsel, including specific organizations and initiatives, for both those early in their career and companies that recognize the need to invest in talent retention as well as attraction.
Marsheila Hayes, Vice President Head of Diversity and Inclusion for Fox Corp., believes “you have to be very thoughtful and very mindful about what the experience is when [a new team member] is coming into your doors. How are team members receiving them? How is leadership receiving them? How are new ideas being considered and actually acted upon? All these things factor into the cultural fabric of a company. And if you’re not being thoughtful around that you will lose people, you will lose talent.”
The Ad Council is teaming with a group of Historically Black Colleges and Universities and other partners to launch a new career accelerator program designed to foster greater diversity within the next generation of advertising and marketing industry talent.
As leaders, we most often look to blogs, books or boardroom meetings for guidance, and yet sometimes it’s everyday life that hands us the best leadership insights. Recently life gifted me just such a lesson: the importance of asking, “How is this different?”
Giving back should come from the heart, but it can also help your career—and your health. As you work to make the world—or, at least, your corner of it—better, you could also be getting a professional boost. Here are four ways that giving back can help your career, and how to find opportunities to do so
Practice purposeful productivity, which requires a more intentional approach to tasks and to-dos. By combining prioritization techniques and efficiency hacks, you can take back your time and use it more wisely. Here are the tips that work.
Leadership development approaches are constantly evolving —and one key emerging trend is the integration of neuroscience concepts into training programs. By leveraging the science of how the human brain learns, we can better advance future leaders toward desired outcomes. What are neuroscience and brain-based learning concepts, and how can we harness its power to help our leaders? Here’s what you need to know.
Here are three practical strategies for leaders to take care of themselves, all centering around understanding and managing one’s own mind: Beware of your ego; choose courage over comfort; and practice caring transparency.