Welcome to Advanced TV Herstory, the podcast that connects the dots of TV & feminism and American politics & culture. We tell the stories of women in TV who have had a profound impact on the confidence and aspirations of generations of girls and women.
We highlight the pioneering journalists, talented actresses, and gutsy writers who challenged societal norms and provide historical context for their achievements within the cultural and political trends of the time. By exploring the past, we ensure that the struggles, triumphs, and milestones of these women are not lost to history.
Hosted and produced by television scholar Cynthia Bemis Abrams, Advanced TV Herstory is more than just a podcast. It is a research-based examination of the evolution of television and women in our society. Each episode is an opportunity to inspire listeners to believe in themselves, challenge norms, break barriers, and shape the future of television and our world.
Five generations of American women have been depicted in TV.
Five generations of women have been influenced by impressions of
other women they've seen on TV.
This was the podcast's initial mission and focus - summer
About the Podcast
For more than 8 years, we connect the dots of TV and feminism to American culture and politics. We talk why it's important women see themselves on TV and how and why that's changed over the years. Do you love talking TV? So do we!
Produced by Cynthia Bemis Abrams, a professional communicator and aspiring author. Subscribe to our free monthly newsletter at www.tvherstory.com