The First-Ever Television Network For And By Women 50+

Launching in 2024

Prime Women Network is an independent, female-owned TV Network that caters to the 63 million women in the U.S who are over 50 and who are seriously underrepresented on television. Prime Women Network is led by co-founders Dorthy Shore, Valerie Freeman, and Jan Fletcher, along with 16 successful business women and investors.

Network Mission

Prime Women Network will be the first ever television network to empower, enlighten, and entertain the enormous and under-served audience of women over age 50. It will be distributed as a 24/7 linear cable/satellite network and will feature mature women in original and acquired TV series, movies, and specials about health, careers, relationships, and other important subjects that all women have in common. Prime Women Network will inspire a diverse audience of urban, suburban, and rural women of all ethnicities, religions, and political beliefs. It will be a vital source of information and entertainment for women, and a non-partisan, unifying force in these divisive times.

Meet the Diversity Advisory Council

Our Diversity Council, comprised of national civic and business leaders, has been established to ensure that Prime Women Network will be diverse in all aspects of the audience we will serve. From programming to on-screen talent to employees of the Network, this Council will help PWN achieve our mission of serving ALL women over 50.

Helen Giddings

Helen Giddings is President of Multiplex, Inc., and the founder and chair of the Women’s Leadership Summit, an organization created to empower, strengthen, and transform African American women leaders. Helen served in the Texas House of Representatives for 26 years, chairing the business…

Regina Montoya

Regina Montoya is the CEO and Chairperson of Regina T. Montoya, PLLC, Executive Director of the Tricolor Foundation, and a Commissioner on President Biden’s Advisory Commission on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity for Hispanics.

Caren K. Lock

Caren K. Lock is the Regional VP and Associate General Counsel of TIAA and the primary interface on all legislative, executive, regulatory, and administrative matters for the South and Midwest regions. She co-founded The Orchid Giving Circle supporting social change in the North Texas Asian Community.

Renea Jones

Renea Jones is the owner of a fourth-generation family farm in Tennessee. She serves on the National Federation of Independent Businesses Tennessee Advisory Board and previously on Gov. Haslam’s Rural Challenge 10-year strategic committee, Gov Lee’s Economic Recovery…

Wendy Lopez

Wendy holds the position of Senior Vice President at AECOM, where she provides leadership and strategic direction for growth across all business lines in the Texas region. The Texas market signifies an annual revenue exceeding $300 million, encompassing 1200 staff members engaged in AECOM’s Transportation, Water, Buildings + Places, Program Management, and Environment business sectors.

TV Programming Schedule

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