A Female Journalist Speaks From The Frontlines

August 8th, 2013

Many aspects of journalism are challenging, but one of the most difficult parts can be writing content that will appeal to others. Specifically, writing content for male readers as a female. The female point of view is often different than that of the male, and writing in a style that will appease male readers takes some thought. Men use different language than women, and often expect articles and stories to be worded differently. Hooking a male reader is not always about creating a story, it is about creating a visual for them to picture as they read. Men typically also do not invest as much time into reading an article or content as women, unless the topic absolutely interests them, so being concise is important.Get more information here. http://friendfeed.com/rww/0928112d/shortage-of-women-in-it-samzenpus-slashdot-5-27 One surprising thing about women writing content for men is that often, a woman will know just as much as a man about a topic. “Manly” subjects like hunting, sports, do-it-yourself projects, and cars appeal to many women as well, www.directtelevisionpackages.com/, and while men may think women have very little knowledge in these areas, that is sometimes not the case. Women may have a different perspective than men on subjects like these, Suddenlink in Texas, but that does not mean that they are unable to research them and produce quality writing – even though they are the “wrong” gender.

Journalism Is Not For All Women

June 3rd, 2013

There are a lot of women out there who make their livings and who build up successful and professional names for themselves because of their careers in journalism. Although journalism is certainly a great career option for women who are interested in writing, it isn’t for every woman. In fact, there are a few reasons why some women simply won’t be happy with a career in journalism.

First of all, many women find that they have to travel a lot in their journalism careers. Although this is a good thing for many, some women Read the rest of this entry »

Getting That Big Sports Story As A Female Journalist

March 26th, 2013

As a female journalist, it might be difficult for you to know how or when to get a sports story that can really help bring in the readers. You might not know much about sports or how to get a good story from the game that has just been played. One thing you need to do before anything else is to research the sport that you’ll be writing about. You need to know who the past players were and what their past games Read the rest of this entry »

You Think They’ve Made it; Women Journalists Speak Candidly

July 8th, 2012

When women journalists sit down and speak about the path that they have taken you can find the tension in their voices. They will tell you how hard it has been to be a female journalist in yet another area that has been great dominated by men.

There are lots of female new anchors or television shows at a national level, but there are still so many news anchors and female journalists fighting on the lower levels. It is amazing to see so many talented female journalists get Read the rest of this entry »

Daily News Journals: Inside The life of Female Journalists

July 4th, 2012

Since the beginning of time, women have been competing with men to be equal. Over the years women have achieved many goals and have won several battles. Although the law would tell us that men and women are equal, there are still undertones of prejudice in this country especially in the world of business.

Journalism is like any other business and is extremely competitive. There are several things men and women have to do such as research and going Read the rest of this entry »

To Trek The Path Of Journalism As Women

June 30th, 2012

We have all heard this saying time and time again, “this is a man’s world,” and many tend to agree with that statement. Being a women is hard enough without having to deal with the views and opinions of society. Fortunately, women have had many victories over the years in several different areas of expertise. Studies have shown how women tend to have a higher level of tolerance and are able to multitask better than most men. The skills and God given characteristics of a women have enabled her Read the rest of this entry »

Does Discrimination Still Exist Inside The News Room?

June 29th, 2012

It has been long known that we faced a time where women were discriminated in the workplace. One of the industries women faced it the worst was in the public eye; the media. Often times, working in the news room as a women was merely a job as a assistant to a man. Over time these types of attitudes and behaviors have been changed. Before, you barely saw a women broadcasting the evening news, where as now you see them almost nightly on your TV Read the rest of this entry »

To Write Male Content As A Female Journalist

June 25th, 2012

Many aspects of journalism are challenging, but one of the most difficult parts can be writing content that will appeal to others. Specifically, writing content for male readers as a female. The female point of view is often different than that of the male, and writing in a style that will appease male readers takes some thought. Men use different language than women, and often expect articles and stories to be worded differently. Hooking a male reader is not always about creating a story, it is about creating a visual for them to picture as they read. Men typically also do not invest as much time into reading an article or content as women, unless the topic absolutely interests them, so being concise is important.Get more information here. http://friendfeed.com/rww/0928112d/shortage-of-women-in-it-samzenpus-slashdot-5-27 One surprising thing about women writing content for men is that often, a woman will know just as much as a man about a topic. “Manly” subjects like hunting, sports, do-it-yourself projects, and cars appeal to many women as well, www.directtelevisionpackages.com/, and while men may think women have very little knowledge in these areas, that is sometimes not the case. Women may have a different perspective than men on subjects like these, but that does not mean that they are unable to research them and produce quality writing – even though they are the “wrong” gender.