Is the EEOC’s investigation into Hollywood’s hiring practices of women valid? Are women really not treated equitably in Hollywood. According to Scott Baio, the answer is a resounding “No!”
Today we finally have the follow-up to the infamous “Stand on a Chair” episode wherein Chris Fenwick and I discussed the importance of standing out. Show regular JD Cochran has a bone to pick with us about how we did it.
In these hard and harrowing times, there is always hope. A special “Breaking the Glass” post-election episode. Along with a special message to the creative arts industry.
Chris Fenwick is back to provide valuable insight into succeeding in this business as a professional creative. But there’s a twist at the end that ties this issue to the gender equality discussion.
This week we have heart-breaking, frustrating, and unbelievable stories of double standards in the movie business.
Perhaps one of the reasons the gender inequality issue in the entertainment business is so pervasive is how we men interact with one another.
Today on our biweekly miniseries addressing gender inequality in the business, we discuss perhaps the most pervasive and insidious issue holding women back.
A key ingredient to solving the issue of gender inequality in this, or any industry, is for those in the positions of power to listen empathetically. But that’s not always the case.
Today is the first official episode of the Radio Film School mini-series, and Ron addresses the elephant in the room.