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    Anne Sweeney: Leaning in by Leaning Out

    Anne Sweeney to leave the number 2 position at Disney to become a TV director.

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    Donna Langley Becomes Second Most Powerful Woman in Hollywood

    A New York Times profile of Langley coincided with the announcement that her contract at NBCUniversal has been renewed until 2017.

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    Infographic: Women and Hollywood - Better Luck Next Year...Or Next Decade

    Check out this original Women and Hollywood infographic to see how frustratingly little has changed in the film and TV industries for female creative talent.

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    The Hollywood Decision Makers

    The studio final decisionmakers

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    Sundance Interview Rerun: Concussion - Directed by Stacie Passon, Produced by Rose Troche, Starring Robin Weigert

    Concussion was one of my favorite movies at Sundance this year. It was truly a revelation. Robin Weigert who we have seen for so many years as a supporting character in shows like Deadwood, takes the lead as a suburban lesbian mom whose life has become rote.

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    Guest Post: "It's A Great Career, But I Earned It": A Power Talk With Sheila Nevins

    After listening to Sheila Nevins speak for even five minutes, it's not hard to understand why she's so successful in the documentary world. She is, in a word, frank, but also gifted with the kind of wit and wry delivery that lends her instant credence—a perfect balance between fact and craft, which ...

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    Bonnie Hammer and Lauren Zalaznick Take on New Roles at NBC

    Bonnie Hammer will be taking on running the full NBCU’s cable portfolio. Hammer, who previously oversaw USA Network, Syfy, E!, G4, Cloo, Chiller, Universal HD, Universal Cable Productions and Wilshire Studios, will now also be overseeing Bravo, Oxygen, Style, Sprout and TV One. All these will...

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    Sundance Interview with Sarah Barnett, General Manager of the Sundance Channel

    We got to spend a couple of minutes at Sundance with the woman behind the Sundance Channel, Sarah Barnett. We don't get to talk to executives too often so it was really nice to get her perspective.

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    UK's Women in Film and Television Awards Honors 15 Women

    At the U.K.’s 22nd annual Women in Film and Television Awards, fifteen women were honored from all aspects of television and film.

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    The Hollywood Reporter Announces Top Women in Entertainment for 2012

    The Hollywood Reporter has unveiled the top ten of their 21st annual Top 100 Women in Entertainment. The honorees will join one another at a breakfast at the Beverly Hills Hotel, which will honor Diane Keaton with the Sherry Lansing Leadership award. Mindy Kaling, Sandra Fluke and Kerry Washington w...

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