Date Posted: June 5th, 2013 Posted Under: Uncategorized
With news channels onSatelliteTV-HQ.com, you’ve likely seen these familiar faces and inspiring women news anchors. For decades, television news anchorwomen have served as national role models, none more so than the following three.
Diane Sawyer anchors “ABC World News” weekday evenings. Sawyer’s multifaceted career began when she edited the newspaper at Seneca High School, near Louisville, Kentucky. As a teenager, she was also a beauty pageant winner. A graduate of Wellesley College, Sawyer’s first TV job was as a Louisville weather forecaster. Soon she was promoted to the rank of general assignment reporter. Listless, in 1970 she moved to Washington, D.C., where she worked in Richard Nixon’s White House press office. In 1978, Sawyer joined CBS News, and in 1984 became the first female “60 Minutes” reporter. After five years on that newsmagazine she moved to ABC, eventually becoming co-host of “Good Morning America.”
Megyn Kelly is a weekday anchor on the Fox News Channel, and provides commentary for Fox’s primetime shows. Kelly was a standout athlete and cheerleader in high school, a period during which she endured loss: her father died when she was fifteen. Kelly graduated from Albany Law School, and she practiced law for several years before becoming a reporter at an ABC station in Washington, D.C. Her specialty there was the Supreme Court, and legal news remains Kelly’s forte at Fox.
The current female co-anchor of “Good Morning America” may be today’s most inspiring news anchor, male or female. Robin Roberts first gained attention in her native Pass Christian, Mississippi – at Pass Christian High School she was an outstanding basketball player and 1979′s salutatorian. After attending Southeastern Louisiana University, she became a sportscaster for a Mississippi TV station. She worked at a few TV stations in the South until, in 1990, she earned an on-air spot at the Holy Grail of TV sports, the cable channel ESPN. Roberts began reporting for “Good Morning America” in 1995, and she was named co-anchor of that broadcast in 2005. Two years later, Roberts was diagnosed with breast cancer. In 2012, she learned she had myelodysplastic syndrome. Roberts continues to struggle with the latter disease, and she continues to exhibit grace and courage on television.
Date Posted: May 28th, 2013 Posted Under: Uncategorized
Movies are meant to entertain us, to make us laugh and cry, and sometimes, they can inspire us in the strangest ways. If you ever feel too down or out, consider some of this year’s movies that can help you pop right up.
When it comes to role models, look no further than the famous Pepper Potts of the Iron Man trilogy. In Iron Man 3, billionaire genius playboy philanthropist Tony Stark is running off the rails, and Pepper is doing an amazing job of being supportive while also looking after herself while doing some serious damage to the Read the rest of this entry »
Date Posted: March 25th, 2013 Posted Under: Uncategorized
Looking at the names of the big writers and directors in Hollywood, most of them are male. It can be a bit of a trick to find the women who are making movies. They’re out there, but they’re just harder to find. Here are some of the best movies made by women that are about and for women.
1. Winter’s Bone, directed by Debra Granik. Jennifer Lawrence received an Academy Award for playing the central character, a young girl Read the rest of this entry »
Date Posted: May 12th, 2012 Posted Under: Uncategorized
There have been so many great movies that have come out this year that fall into the guilty pleasures category. The movies that even though your friends and family would laugh at you for watching, one just can’t seem to pull themselves away from viewing.
Cedar Rapids is one that falls into this category. The comedy has a rather cheesy storyline regarding a insurance salesman who goes to a national convention and discovers things aren’t as picture perfect as he once thought. The other sales reps that he encounters bring the film to Read the rest of this entry »
Date Posted: May 8th, 2012 Posted Under: Uncategorized
The following five female songwriters have enchanted audiences with their unique voices, thoughtful lyrics and sweet melodies. Read on to discover five ladies that will rock your world.
This Canadian songstress produced simply beautiful songs that defined a generation during the Woodstock era. Her album ‘Blue’ has been named as one of the greatest of all-time, exploring issues like relationships with honest lyrics and unexpected melodies using the piano, dulcimer and guitar.
DiFranco is a fingerpicking prodigy when it comes to guitar, with pipes that can belt out fierce ballads while also being tender and warm Read the rest of this entry »
Date Posted: May 6th, 2012 Posted Under: Uncategorized
Young business women want to be fashionable and trendy. Just because you have a professional job doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with your wardrobe. There are many stylish clothing pieces available to meet your needs. Some of the latest fashion trends for young business women are knee length dresses, pants with a fitted tops and layered outfits.
Cardigans can be an excellent choice when paired with a tee shirt and tailored pants for a business casual look. Having a variety of dresses for Read the rest of this entry »
Date Posted: May 2nd, 2012 Posted Under: Uncategorized
Some of the best movies to watch with your girlfriends are movies that you can all relate to and movies that make you laugh. There is no better way to blow off steam and have fun with girlfriends than to watch comedies that make everyone roar with laughter. It is a great idea to make a movie theme night so you can all get together and watch movies based on one topic. A great movie Read the rest of this entry »
Date Posted: April 28th, 2012 Posted Under: Uncategorized
Gaming is a hobby long dominated by men. While female gamers are becoming more common, many feel alienated by male-oriented story lines, games that objectify women and abusive online players.
While first person shooters above all other genres have a tendency to become masculine testosterone fests, adventure games and roleplaying games have been keeping female gamers in mind since the 1990s. Recent adventure games such as Uncharted and Assassin’s Creed have managed a fast-paced feel without any overt misogyny, and roleplaying games such as the critically acclaimed Mass Effect series, Elder Scrolls, Dragon Age and Read the rest of this entry »