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Weekly Roundup: Shonda Rhimes Rules, But Diversity Still a Problem

“And nobody asks, ‘How do you write smart, strong men?’” Shonda Rhimes speaks on creating iconic female characters.

Six of the best new web series are created by women.

President Alexis Wilkinson discusses bringing 138-year-old The Harvard Lampoon into a new age.

There’s been “no improvement” in diversity hiring in episodic television.

CBS may not have considered a woman replacement, but Maxim magazine has!

From one performer to another—advice on how (and when) to get an agent.

— KELLY GLOVER

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