Despite the rise in the number of initiatives to increase female participation in the performance, management, and technical sides of the music business, women remain severely underrepresented across the board.
- By country, the gender split in the boardroom favored men in all cases, but there were some sizable differences between the top- and bottom-ranked countries.
Features and Benefits
- Details the latest report published by USC Annenberg's Inclusion Initiative on the standing of women in the recorded-music industry.
- Details the conclusions and solutions in the report aimed at increasing the presence of women in the recorded-music sector.
Key questions answered
- Why are there so few women employed in the production of recorded music?
- What can be done to boost the number of women in the recorded-music sector?
Table of contents
Gender inequality in the recorded-music industry
Female success at the Grammys masks ongoing diversity problem
Embracing collective action and new solutions