A new report released Thursday by San Diego State University's Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film indicates that the number of women working behind the scenes on television shows has increased two percent since 2011 and seven percent since the 1997 season, incremental growth that indicates long-term…
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"It's a job. It's not a perfect world," television writer Janis Hirsch tells Salon. "Women have to either nut up and get into the spirit of it or not look for a job on a show that's all about men."