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How women are being left out of the news

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Did you know that when it comes to news around the world, men are represented up to six times more than women?

A study done across six different English-speaking countries shows that women are consistently under-represented in journalism, both in the newsroom and in the news coverage itself. BFM speaks to Ding Jo-Ann, adviser to the Centre for Independent Journalism, to discuss the results and how it relates to Malaysia and some potential solutions to this issue.

Produced by Sharmilla Ganesan

Presented by Juliet Jacobs, Lim Sue Ann and Dashran Yohan

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