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Registration is open from June 28 - July 25 for the Association for Women in Sports Media’s 2021 virtual conference – set for July 29 - Aug. 1.
The Association for Women in Sports Media is pleased to announce its 2021 convention will include a virtual career fair. Registration will open on June 28.
AWSM has canceled its 2021 convention, scheduled to open June 3 at the Fairmont Dallas, out of an abundance of caution due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Taylor Rooks has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for the 2019 annual convention. The sports host, anchor & reporter will speak on Saturday in Tampa.
Pro Football Hall of Fame broadcaster Andrea Kremer will serve as AWSM's opening-night keynote speaker during the 2019 annual convention in Tampa.
ESPN senior writer Jackie MacMullan will be honored as the 2019 recipient of AWSM's Mary Garber Pioneer Award at the 2019 annual convention in Tampa.
ESPN the Magazine senior writer Mine Kimes spoke at #AWSM2018 about an affliction that seems to follow women in sports media: trolls on social media.
During #AWSM2018, convention attendees had an open discussion on how to handle workplace harassment and the #MeToo movement.
Senior writer Mina Kimes will join the speaker lineup for the Association for Women in Sports Media’s summer conference.
New details on off-site outings and the opening breakfast discussion on women in the workplace, covering harassment and the #metoo movement.
Fox Sports Arizona's Alexa Tieu shares 10 reasons why she loves living in the Phoenix-Metro Area to help get you ready for #AWSM2018.
It’s ironic that Suzanne Smith won the 2017 AWSM Mary Garber Pioneer Award, because she prefers to stay comfortably out of the spotlight during a career that has spanned more than 30 years at CBS Sports.
Melissa Ludtke scanned the crowd of professional and student attendees at the 2017 Association for Women in Sports Media convention and proclaimed, “I’ve never been happier than looking out at all of you.”
When it comes to being authentic, Cari Champion and Jemele Hill know exactly how to do just that, whether on the airwaves of ESPN or online in the Twittersphere.
Three women at the forefront of telling some of the most important stories in college football this year sat on a panel that proved to be one of the highlights of the Association for Women in Sports Media’s 30th Anniversary Convention this month in Austin, Texas.
In the debate over paying college athletes, the conversation often revolves around revenue sports football and men’s basketball.