Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace join The View.
GMA favorite Robin Roberts launches a NYC-based production company.
Rona Fairhead chosen as the first female chairman of the BBC governing body. Splendid!
Are you the only one talking about your movie? Get your audience involved.
Will Chelsea Clinton’s NBC replacement also make $600,000?!
The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media announces their global symposiums.
Katharine Weymouth exits The Washington Post, ending eight decades of her family’s run of the publication.
Tips for recharging when you’re “over it!” in this business.
Joan Rivers remembered.
— KELLY GLOVER
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