We have the ability to dramatically alter the perception of women through the media. There is power in numbers and now is the time to stand together and ask media executives to listen to our request.
Hartford, CT (PRWEB) October 02, 2012
BettyEverything.com, a website hosting videos, audio shows and blogs for women is issuing a challenge to media companies to highlight more positive female role models. Their crusade includes rallying people to sign their petition which was generated by Change.org and is hosted on the website http://www.BettyEverything.com/helps.
"Sadly, positive female role models seem to be few and far between, and something needs to change," said Suzanne Lewis Co-Founder of BettyEverything.com.
Co-Founders, Lucia Nazzaro and Suzanne Lewis, started this campaign after listening to their audience’s desire for more positive females. When they launched their own female centered show in 2009, they heard praise that they were filling a much needed void. The audience feedback combined with their own experiences as media consumers prompted Suzanne and Lucia to start this campaign, which they hope will collect 10,000 signatures.
"We have the ability to dramatically alter the perception of women through the media. There is power in numbers and now is the time to stand together and ask media executives to listen to our request," said Lucia.
Betty Everything is striving to make a strong impact on women and is asking individuals worldwide for their help in accomplishing this goal. For more information please visit: http://www.BettyEverything.com/helps and http://www.indiegogo.com/areyouin.
MORE ABOUT BETTY EVERYTHING:
Betty Everything is a show "for the woman who plays many parts," and wants to not only survive, but thrive in each role. Bettyeverything.com, has audio shows, videos and blogs all focused on daily issues women face. They are listened to and watched in over 100 countries and every US state. Additionally, their syndicated videos have over 3.3 million views.
Hosts, Lucia and Suzanne have over twenty years of media experience combined and have worked in television, radio and new media broadcasting. After being laid off from their jobs in 2009, they decided to pursue their passion of creating their own website and show for women. For more information please visit: http://www.BettyEverything.com/about.