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    GLAAD Releases First Annual Studio Responsibility Index

    GLAAD, the nation's leading LGBT media advocacy organization, released their first annual Studio Responsibility Index, which looks at the quantity, quality and diversity of images of LGBT characters in films from the six major studios during 2012.

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    BFI Stats Show That the UK Claimed 15.3% of the Global Box Office in 2012

    Although the UK's share of 2012's global box office is down 2% from the previous year, at 15.3% it is the third highest share on record and more than twice than what was earned in 2009. In money terms, the UK took $5.3 billion of a record-breaking $34.7 billion global box office.

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    Report From London: Women Directors and Screenwriters in Decline According to New BFI Statistics

    The BFI's Stats Yearbook for 2013 was published this week and provides an unsettling wake up call for women working as screenwriters and directors in the UK.

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    Must-Read Blog: Hollywood Boys Club

    Check out this new blog, Hollywood Boys Club, that compiles examples of "men only" in Hollywood. Current examples include the all male writing staffs of shows like Real Time With Bill Maher and the all male directors of television shows like Burn Notice and Magic City.

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    New TV Study Finds Young Female Characters are Sexual Targets

    The Parents Television Counsel has released a new television study that looked at teen sexual exploitation on primetime television. They found that the primary target of the sexual exploitation were the female characters--primarily the teen ones--on the 238 sitcoms and dramas that they watched over ...

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    More Plays About Women Were Written in the 1900s than Today

    At an event that celebrated theater during the Suffragette movement, Professor Maggie Gale from the University of Manchester, revealed that her research had found that there were more plays written by women in crucial points in the 20th century than in the 21st.

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    UN Women and Geena Davis to Partner on Global Study on Representation of Females in Family Films

    UN Women is partnering with The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media to analyze the representations of female characters in family films globally. This is the first time a study of this nature has been done.

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    The Guardian Looks at the Lack of Gender Parity in UK Book Reviewing

    Recently, The Guardian took on a pretty huge task. They assessed how many male and female reviewers as well as the authors were reviewed in the major UK book sections for a month in 2012 and a month in 2013. They looked at publications ranging from the Daily Telegraph, The London Review of Books a...

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    Women in View Releases Report on the Status of Women Working in TV in Canada

    Women in View, a national non-profit organization dedicated to revitalizing the Canadian media industry by strengthening gender and cultural diversity both on screen and behind the scenes released a report Focus on Women 2013 and convened a symposium -- Sex Money Media -- to discuss the statistics a...

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    Geena Davis Speaks About the Lack of Opportunities for Women in Hollywood at the MPAA

    Last week, in a conversation with Rep. Rosa DeLaura, D-Conn., Geena Davis spoke to the Motion Picture Association of American about the lack of opportunities and the dismal statistics for women working in Hollywood. Davis touched upon many topics including ageism in Hollywood and citing her own expe...

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