In this Dec. 4, 2017, image made from a video, Eleanor McManus works at her desk at Trident DMG, the Washington public relations firm she co-founded. McManus formed a support group for women like her who say they were victimized by powerful men in the television news business and is the co-founder of Press Forward, an initative aimed at changing newsroom culture.
In this Dec. 4, 2017, image made from a video, Eleanor McManus works at her desk at Trident DMG, the Washington public relations firm she co-founded. McManus formed a support group for women like her who say they were victimized by powerful men in the television news business and is the co-founder of Press Forward, an initative aimed at changing newsroom culture. Dan Huff AP Photo
In this Dec. 4, 2017, image made from a video, Eleanor McManus works at her desk at Trident DMG, the Washington public relations firm she co-founded. McManus formed a support group for women like her who say they were victimized by powerful men in the television news business and is the co-founder of Press Forward, an initative aimed at changing newsroom culture. Dan Huff AP Photo

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