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  • Female TV stars on the rise amid calls for equality
  • Female TV stars on the rise amid calls for equality
    Pawel Szvmanski (2018) ©
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Female TV stars on the rise amid calls for equality

Calls for more female representation on TV and in film are gradually being answered, with the number of women on the screen and behind the camera on the rise. As demands for gender equality in media representation rise, brands and companies are stepping up to answer the call.

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