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About Aislinn
A multi-skilled journalist based in Santiago, Chile, working for Reuters as Senior Correspondent, covering general and financial news, with a specialism in the Chilean Catholic Church sex abuse scandal and a burgeoning interest in the booming lithium industry. Previously Times Africa Correspondent based in Johannesburg, where she covered some of the biggest stories to come from the continent including the Westgate Mall siege in Kenya, the Oscar Pistorius and Shrien Dewani trials, the Ebola crisis, the civil war in Ivory Coast and the death of Nelson Mandela. Aislinn is a proficient photographer, prolific tweeter and regular contributor to TV and radio.
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Success of Women's World Cup can't hide financial gap with men

01 Oct 2023  |  sundayindependent.co.za
The Women's World Cup has highlighted significant progress in women's football, with increased professionalization and growing audiences. However, a substantial financial gap remains between men's and women's football, as evidenced by revenue disparities and lower broadcast rights for women's games. Key figures in the sport emphasize the need for continued investment and support to sustain interest and growth. The success of national teams like England's Lionesses has shown the potential for women's football to capture public attention and drive commercial opportunities.

Success of Women's World Cup can't hide financial gap with men

01 Oct 2023  |  pretorianews.co.za
The Women's World Cup has highlighted the significant progress in women's football, with increased professionalization and record-breaking attendance. However, a substantial financial gap remains between men's and women's football, as evidenced by the stark differences in revenue and broadcast rights. Key figures in the sport emphasize the need for continued investment and support to sustain interest and growth in women's football beyond major tournaments. The success of national teams like England's Lionesses has shown the potential for women's football to capture public interest and drive commercial opportunities.

Success of Women's World Cup can't hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  bdnews24.com
The Women's World Cup highlighted the growing professionalization of women's football, with record crowds and TV audiences, but also underscored the significant financial gap with men's football. Despite the success of the tournament, women's teams still account for a minimal percentage of total club revenues. Broadcast rights for the women's game lag behind, with FIFA's Gianni Infantino having to push for better deals. The BBC reported 12 million viewers for the final, more than the Wimbledon men's final. The challenge remains to translate this interest into sustainable financial support for women's football, with the Women's Super League facing competition from the men's Premier League. The women's game is seen as offering values like tenacity and resilience, which appeal to advertisers. The hope is that the World Cup's success will lead to increased support for local women's teams.

Success of Women's World Cup can't hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  bdnews24.com
The Women's World Cup highlighted the professionalization of women's football, with record crowds and TV audiences, but also underscored the financial disparities with the men's game. Despite the success, women's teams still account for a minimal percentage of total club revenues. The tournament's popularity raises questions about the potential for larger broadcast rights and sponsorship deals. England's national team and the Women's Super League have seen increased interest, with rising attendances and player registrations. The women's game offers unique values like tenacity and togetherness, which appeal to advertisers. The hope is that the World Cup's momentum will continue to grow support for women's football.

Success of Women's World Cup can't hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  iolnewsletters.co.za
The Women's World Cup highlighted the progress in women's football, with professionalization and increased attention, but also underscored the significant financial disparities with the men's game. Despite the success of the tournament, women's teams still account for a minimal percentage of total club revenues. Broadcast rights and sponsorship deals lag behind, although the potential for growth is evident, as seen with England's national team and the Women's Super League. The women's game offers unique values such as tenacity and resilience, which appeal to advertisers and fans alike.

Success of Women's World Cup can't hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  www.iolnews.co.za
The Women's World Cup highlighted the growing professionalization of women's football, with increased pay, full-time coaching, and shared facilities with men's teams. Despite the success and record audiences, a financial gap remains, with women's teams generating a fraction of men's teams' revenues. Broadcast rights for women's games are significantly lower than for men's, but the recent World Cup's viewership may lead to better deals. The Women's Super League saw a 170% increase in attendance, and players like Jill Scott, Chloe Kelly, and Ella Toone have gained popularity. The women's game is recognized for values like tenacity and resilience, which attract advertisers. The hope is that the World Cup's success will translate into sustained interest and support for women's football.

Success of Women's World Cup can't hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  tios.co.za
The Women's World Cup's success, culminating in Spain's victory over England, has highlighted the professionalization of women's football, with improved facilities and support. Despite this, a significant financial disparity remains between women's and men's football, with women's teams generating a fraction of the revenue of their male counterparts. Broadcast rights for women's games also lag behind, with FIFA's Gianni Infantino having to push for better deals. The tournament's popularity may lead to increased investment, as seen with England's Euro 2022 success and the Women's Super League's rising attendance. The women's game is recognized for embodying values like tenacity and resilience, which could attract advertisers. The hope is that the World Cup's momentum will continue to grow the sport's popularity at all levels.

Success of Women's World Cup can't hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  www.saltwire.com
The Women's World Cup highlighted the growing professionalization of women's football, with increased pay, full-time coaching, and shared facilities with men's teams. Despite the success and record audiences, a financial gap remains, with women's teams generating a fraction of men's teams' revenues. Broadcast rights and sponsorship deals lag behind, but the tournament's popularity and the values it represents offer potential for growth. The Women's Super League saw a 170% rise in attendance, and players like Jill Scott, Chloe Kelly, and Ella Toone have gained significant social media followings and sponsorships. The challenge is to sustain interest and investment in women's football beyond major tournaments.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  krro.com
The Women's World Cup highlighted the professionalization of women's football, with record crowds and TV audiences, but also underscored the financial disparities with the men's game. Despite the success, women's teams still account for a tiny fraction of football club revenues, and broadcast rights lag significantly behind. The tournament's popularity may lead to better deals for women's football, which offers values like tenacity and resilience. The Women's Super League saw a 170% increase in attendance, and there's hope that local support for women's teams will grow.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  101 WIXX | Your Hit Music Station
The Women's World Cup highlighted the growing professionalization of women's football, with increased pay, full-time coaching, and shared facilities with men's teams. Despite the success and record audiences, a financial gap persists, with women's teams generating a fraction of men's teams' revenues. Broadcast rights and sponsorship deals lag behind, but the tournament's popularity may lead to better deals. The Women's Super League saw a 170% attendance increase, and players like Jill Scott, Chloe Kelly, and Ella Toone gained significant social media followings. The women's game offers values like tenacity and resilience, attracting advertisers. The hope is that the World Cup's success will translate into sustained interest in women's football.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  wtvbam.com
The Women's World Cup highlighted the growing professionalism in women's football, with record crowds and TV audiences. Despite this success, a significant financial gap remains between women's and men's football. Deloitte reported that women's teams generate a fraction of the revenue of men's teams, with Real Madrid's women's team earning 1.4 million euros compared to the men's 713.8 million euros. FIFA struggled to secure adequate broadcast rights fees for the Women's World Cup, and the future growth of the sport may depend on larger broadcast and sponsorship deals. The Women's Super League in England saw a 170% increase in attendance, and players have gained popularity and sponsorships. The women's game is seen as offering values of tenacity and resilience, which appeal to advertisers.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  wiky.com
The Women's World Cup highlighted the growing professionalization of women's football, with record crowds and TV audiences, yet a significant financial gap remains compared to the men's game. Despite the success of national teams and increased interest, women's football still faces challenges in broadcast rights and sponsorship deals. The women's game offers unique values like tenacity and resilience, which are attracting advertisers. The hope is that the momentum from the World Cup will lead to more support for local women's teams.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  93.9 WTBX
The Women's World Cup highlighted the growing professionalism in women's football, with record crowds and TV audiences, yet a significant financial gap remains compared to the men's game. Deloitte reported women's teams of top clubs account for a mere 0-1% of total revenues. The tournament's success, exemplified by Spain's victory over England, raises questions about the potential for larger broadcast rights and sponsorships. Despite challenges, the domestic Women's Super League saw a 170% increase in attendance, and England's national team sold out Wembley stadium twice. The women's game is recognized for embodying tenacity, resilience, and togetherness, qualities that attract advertisers and fans alike.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  kelo.com
The Women's World Cup highlighted the growing professionalization of women's football, with increased pay, full-time coaching, and shared facilities with men's teams. Despite the success and record audiences, financial disparities remain, with women's teams contributing minimally to club revenues. Broadcast rights for women's games lag behind men's, and FIFA had to pressure broadcasters for better deals. The popularity of the Women's World Cup and national tournaments like Euro 2022, which saw high viewership, may lead to better broadcast and sponsorship deals. The Women's Super League in England saw a significant rise in attendance, and there's a growing interest in women's football, which offers values like tenacity and resilience that appeal to advertisers.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  Y100 WNCY | Your Home For Country & Fun | Green Bay, WI
The Women's World Cup highlighted the progress in professionalizing women's football, with record crowds and TV audiences, but also underscored the financial disparities with the men's game. Despite the success of national teams and increased interest, women's football still faces challenges in broadcast rights and sponsorship deals. The women's game offers unique values like tenacity and resilience, which appeal to advertisers. The hope is that the momentum from the World Cup will lead to more support and investment in women's football.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  93.3 The Drive
The article discusses the significant progress in women's football, exemplified by the recent Women's World Cup, while highlighting the persistent financial disparity with men's football. Despite improvements in professionalization and facilities, such as those seen at Stoke City, women's teams still generate a fraction of the revenue compared to men's teams. The article explores the challenges in securing broadcast rights and sponsorships, with insights from various stakeholders on the potential for growth and the unique values that women's football offers to advertisers. Key figures and organizations involved in the sport's development are mentioned, emphasizing the ongoing efforts to bridge the financial gap.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  941theduke.com
The success of the Women's World Cup has highlighted the significant financial disparity between men's and women's football. Despite professional advancements and increased visibility, women's teams generate a fraction of the revenue compared to men's teams. The tournament's record crowds and TV audiences have raised hopes for better broadcast rights and sponsorship deals. However, the women's game still faces challenges, particularly in competing with the men's Premier League. The article discusses the growth and potential of women's football, emphasizing the need for continued investment and support.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  hi99.com
The success of the Women's World Cup has highlighted the significant financial disparity between men's and women's football. Despite improvements in facilities and support for women's teams, such as Stoke City's women's team, the financial gap remains vast. The Women's World Cup attracted record crowds and television audiences, but women's teams still generate a fraction of the revenue compared to men's teams. Broadcast rights for women's football struggle to compete with men's, and the domestic Women's Super League faces challenges in gaining media attention. However, the women's game offers unique values that appeal to advertisers, and there is hope that increased interest will lead to larger broadcast rights and sponsorship deals.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  Cruisin' 929 | WLMI | Lansing, MI
The article highlights the significant progress in women's football, exemplified by the professionalization of teams like Stoke City's women's team and the success of the Women's World Cup. Despite these advancements, a substantial financial gap remains between men's and women's football, with women's teams generating a fraction of the revenue. The article discusses the challenges in securing broadcast rights and sponsorships for women's football and emphasizes the need for continued investment to sustain interest. Key figures in the sport, such as players and coaches, are optimistic about the future, noting the growing popularity and support for women's football.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  101.9 Jack FM
The success of the Women's World Cup has highlighted the significant financial disparity between men's and women's football. Despite improvements in professionalization and facilities for women's teams, such as Stoke City's, the financial gap remains vast. The Women's World Cup attracted record audiences, but broadcast rights and sponsorship deals for women's football still lag far behind those for men's football. Experts argue that the women's game offers unique values that can appeal to advertisers, and there is hope that increased visibility will lead to greater investment and support for women's football at both national and domestic levels.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  1065thebuzz.com
The article highlights the significant progress in women's football, exemplified by the recent Women's World Cup, while underscoring the persistent financial disparity with men's football. Despite increased professionalization and record-breaking attendance, women's teams still generate a fraction of the revenue compared to men's teams. The article discusses the challenges in securing broadcast rights and sponsorships, emphasizing the need for continued investment to sustain interest. Key figures in women's football, such as players and coaches, are mentioned, along with the positive impact of the World Cup on local and national levels.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  theduke.fm
The success of the Women's World Cup has highlighted the significant financial disparity between men's and women's football. Despite professional advancements and increased visibility, women's teams still generate a fraction of the revenue compared to men's teams. The tournament's record crowds and TV audiences have raised hopes for better broadcast rights and sponsorship deals. Key figures in the sport emphasize the need for continued investment to sustain interest and growth. The women's game offers unique values that appeal to advertisers, but it still faces challenges in competing with the men's Premier League.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide gender pay disparity

21 Aug 2023  |  www.dailymaverick.co.za
The article highlights the significant progress in women's football, exemplified by the success of the Women's World Cup and improvements in conditions for teams like Stoke City's women's team. Despite these advancements, a substantial financial disparity remains between men's and women's football, with women's teams generating significantly less revenue. The article discusses the challenges in securing broadcast rights and sponsorships for women's football and emphasizes the potential for growth if investments continue. Key figures in the sport, such as players and experts, provide insights into the current state and future prospects of women's football.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  99.9 Radio USA
The success of the Women's World Cup has highlighted the significant financial disparity between men's and women's football. Despite improvements in professionalization and facilities for women's teams, such as Stoke City's women's team, the financial gap remains vast. The Women's World Cup attracted record crowds and television audiences, but women's teams still generate a fraction of the revenue compared to men's teams. Broadcast rights for women's football struggle to compete with men's, and the domestic Women's Super League faces challenges in gaining media attention. However, the women's game offers unique values that appeal to advertisers, and there is hope that increased visibility will lead to larger broadcast rights and sponsorship deals.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  Duke FM | Playing the Legends of Country | Green Bay, WI
The success of the Women's World Cup has highlighted significant progress in women's football, with increased professionalization and record-breaking attendance. However, a substantial financial gap remains between men's and women's football, as evidenced by revenue disparities and lower broadcast rights offers. Key figures in the sport emphasize the need for continued investment and support to sustain growth. The women's game offers unique values that appeal to advertisers, and there is optimism that increased visibility will drive further interest and financial support.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  WDEZ 101.9 FM Great Country
The Women's World Cup highlighted the growing professionalization and success of women's football, exemplified by Stoke City's women's team's improved conditions and Spain's victory over England in the final. Despite this, a significant financial gap remains between women's and men's football, with women's teams contributing minimally to club revenues and facing challenges in broadcast rights and sponsorship deals. The tournament's popularity and England's Euro 2022 success suggest potential for growth, but the Women's Super League must compete with the dominant men's Premier League. The women's game offers unique values like tenacity and resilience, attracting advertisers and fans alike.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  mix929.com
The success of the Women's World Cup has highlighted the significant financial disparity between men's and women's football. Despite improvements in professionalization and increased visibility, women's teams still generate a fraction of the revenue compared to men's teams. The tournament's record crowds and television audiences have raised hopes for larger broadcast rights and sponsorship deals. However, the women's game continues to face challenges in competing with the men's Premier League. Experts emphasize the need for continued investment and highlight the unique values and appeal of women's football.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  710 AM WDSM
The article highlights the significant progress in women's football, exemplified by the professionalization of teams like Stoke City's women's team and the success of the Women's World Cup. Despite these advancements, a substantial financial gap remains between men's and women's football, with women's teams generating a fraction of the revenue. The article discusses the challenges in securing broadcast rights and sponsorships, emphasizing the need for continued investment. Key figures in women's football, such as players and coaches, are optimistic about the future, noting increased attendance and social media followings as positive indicators.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  WIN 98.5 Your Country | WNWN-FM | Battle Creek, MI
The article highlights the significant progress in women's football, exemplified by the recent Women's World Cup, while underscoring the persistent financial disparity with men's football. Despite increased professionalization and record-breaking audiences, women's teams still generate a fraction of the revenue compared to men's teams. The article discusses the challenges in securing broadcast rights and sponsorships, emphasizing the need for continued investment to sustain interest. Key figures in women's football express optimism about the future, citing increased visibility and the unique values the women's game offers to advertisers.

Success of Women’s World Cup can’t hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  Classic Rock 103.5 WIMZ | Knoxville, TN
The article highlights the significant progress in women's football, exemplified by the professionalization of teams like Stoke City's women's team and the success of the Women's World Cup. Despite these advancements, a substantial financial gap remains between men's and women's football, with women's teams generating a fraction of the revenue. The article discusses the challenges in securing broadcast rights and sponsorships, emphasizing the need for continued investment to sustain interest. Key figures in women's football, such as players and coaches, are noted for their resilience and growing influence, while the domestic Women's Super League faces competition from the men's Premier League.

Success of Women's World Cup can't hide financial gap with men

21 Aug 2023  |  www.thestar.com.my
The success of the Women's World Cup has highlighted the significant financial disparity between men's and women's football. Despite professional advancements and increased visibility, women's teams generate a fraction of the revenue compared to men's teams. The tournament's record crowds and TV audiences have raised hopes for better broadcast rights and sponsorship deals. However, the women's game still faces challenges, particularly in competing with the men's Premier League. The article underscores the need for continued investment and support to sustain interest and growth in women's football.

Earl of Cawdor's grandson will face trial in drugs case

20 Jan 2017  |  Mail Online
Kenyan prosecutors, led by James Warui, are proceeding with the trial of Jack Marrian, grandson of the sixth Earl of Cawdor, for allegedly smuggling cocaine. Despite a US DEA letter suggesting Marrian's company, Mshale Commodities, was unaware of the drugs in their sugar shipment, the prosecution maintains a strong case. Marrian's defense argues he was unwittingly involved in a 'rip-on, rip-off' smuggling operation. The trial, which has called 19 witnesses, continues with evidence from a government chemist confirming the seized substance as cocaine.

Body of Zambia's Michael Sata returns home as rivals jockey to take over presidency

Futile slaughter of Kenyan elephants and how Britain is now fighting back

10 Nov 2013  |  www.telegraph.co.uk
British Environment Secretary Owen Paterson, witnessing the aftermath of elephant poaching in Kenya, has announced UK support to combat the illegal ivory trade, including training from British paratroopers for wildlife rangers and legal advice from a British prosecutor. The illegal wildlife trade, worth an estimated $19 billion annually, is linked to funding terrorist groups like al-Shabaab. Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta is backing a new law proposing life sentences for wildlife poachers. Britain will host an international anti-poaching conference in February, aiming to reduce demand for wildlife products and support countries like Kenya. Community-run conservancies in northern Kenya are seen as a sustainable model for conservation, benefiting both wildlife and local communities.

Samantha Lewthwaite gave birth to fourth child at private Johannesburg health clinic

20 Oct 2013  |  www.telegraph.co.uk
Samantha Lewthwaite, known as the White Widow and a British terror suspect, gave birth to her fourth child at the Genesis private health clinic in Johannesburg in 2010. She registered under a pseudonym and was accompanied by a man believed to be her husband, who is thought to have defected to the Somali terror group al-Shabaab. Despite her alleged terror links, her midwife described her as intelligent, educated, and attentive to her family. The couple paid in cash for a reduced stay at the clinic after the birth.
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