A former newswoman
on two American television networks, Dieken is a five-time Emmy Award winning journalist and the only woman to have been inducted into both the Radio/Television Broadcasters Hall of Fame and the Speakers Hall of Fame.
She warmed the nation's heart with her portrayal of Mary Richards, a plucky newswoman
Birgitte Hjort Sorensen broke through playing TV newswoman
Katrine Fonsmark in 2010's hit series "Borgen," and although it was a Danish-language show, it proved to be her Hollywood calling card.
The entire segment is worth your time, but if you're eager to hear John Oliver drop some knowledge on a (poor) newswoman
, begin at the 8:00 mark.
This is a biography of journalist Winifred Black (1863u1936), byline Annie Laurie, who was, at the time, the best-known newswoman
As a result of a series of mishaps, a local newswoman
becomes Jacintas "amiga" or mentor through a neighborhood youth center.
The TV newswoman
will look back at televangelist Jim Bakker's sex scandal, the murder of celebrity diet doctor Herman Tarnower, the Menendez family killings and a switched-at-birth mystery.
Three years later, the script for a sitcom about a cantankerous TV newswoman
landed on her desk.
The film is best when it comes to detailing Lou's creepy personality, with Gyllenhaal terrific in an unrepentantly unsympathetic role, balanced by Russo's manipulative and equally unhinged newswoman
and Ahmed's impressionable Rick.
Mayer has moved aggressively to kick-start the company with product makeovers, acquisitions and big media hires, including celebrity newswoman
During an appearance on 'Chelsea Lately', Aniston slammed the veteran newswoman
when host Chelsea Handler brought up her topic for discussion.
When feminism marches into the newsroom in the form of ambitious newswoman
Veronica Corningstone, Ron is willing to play along at first, just as long as Veronica stays in her place, covering cat fashion shows, cooking and other 'female' interests.