On the U.S. and international sports stages, powerful women’s teams -- from the FIFA World Cup-winning U.S. women’s national soccer team to the the University of Connecticut Huskies, winners of four consecutive NCAA Division I National Championship titles -- are changing the sports landscape.
Women also are having a powerful impact among the ranks of sports media companies. That’s why since 2011 Multichannel News and Broadcasting & Cable have selected a team of all-stars we call Women in the Game. Meet the Class of 2015 here.
Nominations for the 2016 class are now open to our readers through Monday, May 23. Women with leadership roles in sports-related media who have not been members of a prior Women in the Game class (2011-2015) are eligible. To nominate someone you know, click here to complete the nomination form, which covers some information about her, about you and, importantly, why you think she should be a Woman in the Game.
The 2016 Women in the Game class will be honored in the June 20 issues of Multichannel News and Broadcasting & Cable.
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