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Katie Couric

Katie Couric to Emcee the New York Women in Communications' 2017 Matrix Awards

In 1970, New York Women in Communications, Inc (NYWICI) launched its annual Matrix Awards event to recognize distinguished women in communications. Read More »

Katie Couric On Her Film "Gender Revolution"

Katie Couric teamed up with National Geographic for a documentary project to brin Read More »

Here's What Feminist Activist Gloria Steinem Had to Say About Sexism in Politics

"The voting booth is the only place on Earth where the least powerful and the most powerful are equal," feminist activist Gloria Steinem told Katie Couric on Y Read More »

Celebrating Women Creators with Katie Couric

AOL BUILD, MAKERS, and Sony Pictures partnered to celebrate the rise in the caliber of work for women in entertainment. Read More »

The 2016 MAKERS Conference: Get to Know Katie Couric

Get to know award-winning journalist, best-selling author, and co-founder of Stand Up to Cancer, Katie Couric, in this exclusive MAKERS video that premiered at The 2016 MAKERS Conference. Read More »

Lena Dunham Explains Why She Quit Twitter But Not Instagram

Lena Dunham has been vocal about stepping away from Twitter, but said she's taken refuge from the haters on Instagram. Read More »

Katie Couric Reports On Harper Lee's Long Lost Novel

It's been nearly 60 years since Harper Lee's first novel "To Kill A Mockingbird" took the literary world by storm. The story chronicled a small Alabama town that was plagued with racial injustice and segregation during the Depression era.  Read More »

What Katie Couric's New Yahoo! Deal Really Means

Katie Couric's new deal with Yahoo! will make her among one of the top paid women in the news industry. Her $4 million raise, which puts her annual earnings at $10 million, is a pay package in line with that of suspended NBC "Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams. Read More »

Katie Couric to Deliver UW-Madison's Commencement Speech

Award-winning journalist and TV personality Katie Couric will speak at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's c Read More »

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