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Show 036 Quick-Guide
- The conversation of women’s take on digital media begins.
- Conversations about “are you a feminist?”
- Mentorship is really lacking in the tech and media industries.
- Why women’s POV about media and technology is necessary.
- Has Elsie ever experienced any sexism in her “tech” job?
- Jess shares her experience in the corporate world.
- What do we think about what Robert Redford said about women - and film.
- Really? Women’s contribution is being “nurturing?”
- Jane, always the activist.
- The whole reason Jess started her show was because she felt only ‘dudes’ were being featured.
- Where are the women Lewis Howes? Just checkin’.
- How we discern who we have on the podcast.
- Is it reverse sexism to only feature women?
- Oh! A new podcast - She Does.
- A little audio break with Saturday Night Live
- Seeing the tides change in comedy.
- Edison Research and the Share of Ear are going to be publishing quarterly.
- Priming for a podcast! Step one: KNOW what a podcast IS.
- Take responsibility to learn about the medium itself.
- What key things you have to think about when you decide you want a podcast - MUST!
Do you feel that women in media/tech need to be highlighted more?
Have you felt alienated or marginalized in your industry because you are a woman?
To our male listeners - have you see women being marginalized?
Links mentioned by Elsie and Jess!
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