Women’s Audio Mission
Men Still Dominate the Music Industry, Report Finds
The third annual USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative reports, men still greatly outnumber women in the upper reaches of the music industry, particularly behind the glass.
WAM BAM! Terri Winston on the journey of Women’s Audio Mission
Terri Winston founded Women's Audio Mission to inspire and acknowledge women in the pro audio industry. Sahar Nazir spoke to Winston about her journey on educating people on inequality, and the NY WAMCON...
Women’s Audio Mission announces new speakers to join first ever WAMCon in New York
The speaker additions include music producers Linda Perry (Christina Aguilera, P!nk) and Leslie Ann Jones (Dianne Reeves, Herbie Hancock).
Women’s Audio Mission to hold first New York conference for women in recording arts
The non-profit organisation will arrive at the Big Apple for the first time ever to hold a recording arts conference for women
Women’s Audio Mission to celebrate 15th anniversary with benefit concert
WAM’s 15 year anniversary party will feature a live auction, live performances, pre and post-concert receptions, and a special meet-and-greet with the performers for VIP ticket holders
WAM Hosts Women in Audio Conference at Capitol Studios
Women’s Audio Mission brought together top women in pro audio to share knowledge and training in its inaugural conference, WAM @ Capitol.
Women’s Audio Mission to host first conference at Capitol Studios
WAM @ Capitol will be an immersive recording arts conference for women featuring some of the US’s top female engineers
AES launches diversity committee to promote inclusive membership
Audio Engineering Society's new Diversity and Inclusion Committee aims to promote a broader and more diverse membership
Q&A: WAM founder Terri Winston on working towards gender equality in the audio industry
Across the pond, the Women’s Audio Mission (WAM) has been doing great things to redress the gender imbalance in the professional audio industry. Here, the US organisation’s founder and executive director, Terri Winston, explains why such initiatives are so...