This article appeared in print as part of “Still Reading: Vicki Russell’s Post-Tribune Life

 

Broadcast


 

28.6% of news directors at TV stations in the top 25 markets are women

26.7% of news directors at radio stations in markets with more than 1 million listeners are women
Source: Radio Television Digital News Association 2014 Annual Survey

 

Newspapers


Seven female top editors at the 25 biggest U.S. dailies in 2004

Three female top editors at the 25 biggest U.S. dailies in 2014
Source: Nieman Reports

 

61.9% — Male reporters/writers
38.1% — Female reporters/writers

58.4% — Male copy/layout editors
41.6% — Female copy/layout editors
Source: 2015 Women’s Media Center study

 

Income


$53,600: median income for male journalists in 2012

$44,342: median income for female journalists in 2012
Source: Indiana University study

 

 

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