For any of you that are familiar with the Broadcasting Yearbook (and I know many of you are), I enjoy looking through the various years, searching for radio stations and obtaining information about them (their formats, their ownership, management, signal power, etc.). One peculiar job title that I am finding in many station listings during the 1950's (and some years before that) is women's director. I have never heard of this title before. I understand the duties and responsibilities of a news director, music director, sports, program director, chief engineer, sales manager, general get it. But does a women's director do? (Or I guess I should say, what DID they do, since that job title doesn't appear in any listings from the mid 1960's onward?) Also, does anyone know if the Broadcasting Yearbook is still being published? The last edition I am able to find is on and it's from 2010.