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Type of site
Women's website
Available in English
Launched 2008 (9 years ago) (2008)

wowOwow is a U.S.-based website publication run by Joni Evans.

The website was launched by chief executive officer Joni Evans, Mary Wells Lawrence, Liz Smith, Lesley Stahl and Peggy Noonan on March 8, 2008.[1] wowOwow contributors include Marlo Thomas, Candice Bergen, Lily Tomlin, Whoopi Goldberg, Jane Wagner, Joan Ganz Cooney, Sheila Nevins, author Julia Reed, Joan Juliet Buck, Cynthia McFadden, Jean Chatzky and "Miss Manners" Judith Martin.[2]


The website includes stories written by the wowOwow contributors, as well as wowOwow "Friends," in the "A Friend Stopped By" section of the website. Their stories vary from one or two sentences in response to the "Question of the Day" feature to several pages of commentary, diary format reporting, or transcribed conversations and interviews. News and political topics covered include the 2008 presidential election, the death of Tim Russert, and Iraq.

wowOwow "Friend" Adelle Lutz has covered the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis in East Asia from the Burma/Thailand border, wowOwow "Friend" actress Ashley Judd has contributed her diaries from Rwanda, and wowOwow "Friend" Monica Crowley has provided political opinion pieces on such topics as oil prices and Saudi Arabian leadership.

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  1. ^ Getlin, Josh (March 15, 2008). "What Do Women Want? New Site Has Ideas". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved June 2, 2015.
  2. ^ "Boldface in Cyberspace". The New York Times. March 6, 2008.

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