Are Women Ignoring `Help Wanteds'?

Hall, Dana; Stark, Phyllis
November 1998
Billboard;11/07/98, Vol. 110 Issue 45, p100
Trade Publication
Examines the shortage of women applicants for positions as radio disc jockeys (DJs) in the United States. Quotes from various program directors regarding the disparity between numbers of male and female DJs; DJ lifestyle; Competition from television; Contention that women are relegated to lesser on-air roles than men; Lack of advancement.


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