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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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    Kathleen Kennedy Moves to Disney

    Back in June we reported that Kathleen Kennedy had been named co-chair of LucasFilms. Word came last week that LucasFilm has now been bought by Disney for over $4 billion dollars, and Kennedy will be running her studio alongside the other beasts that Disney owns Marvel and Pixar.

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    Jenna Elfman to Host Women in Film 2012 Crystal + Lucy Awards June 12

    Actress Jenna Elfman who will return to TV next season as the First Lady in the comedy 1600 Penn will be the host of the annual Crystal + Lucy Awards. If I lived in LA I would so be at this event supporting the work of Women in Film. It's one of the rare occasions to celebrate women in the bus...

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    What Do the New Changes at Sony Mean for Amy Pascal?

    Yesterday, the news broke that Michael Lynton who is now co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment along with Amy Pascal will be promoted to running all of Sony's entertainment operations in the US.  These new changes are being made as Howard Stringer retires and hands over the reigns of t...

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    Women in Film (LA) Names New Board Members

    This board is full of some seriously powerful women.  The new members (below) join the board for 2012.  The board is led by producer Cathy Schulman.

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    A Studio Run By Women

    Elizabeth Gabler just renewed her contract as the President of Fox 2000. This is the studio which is under the main Fox studio focuses on films targeted at the female audience. Its nickname is "Foxy Fox."

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    The End of An Era: Judy McGrath Exits as MTV CEO

    Judy McGrath has been with MTV practically since its inception, and yesterday, after 30 years she abruptly resigned as the chairwoman and chief executive of MTV Networks. I can't remember a time when McGrath didn't set the tone at MTV which in turn set the tone for two generations of pop culture an...

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    Debbie Liebling Pushed Out at Universal After Fast Five Opens at $86 Million

    Timing is everything. This Monday, Universal's President of Production, Debbie Liebling, lost her job the day after Universal's Fast Five had the biggest opening of the year. She was on the job for just 18 months. She was fired by chairman Adam Fogelson and co-chairman Donna Langley who are reorg...

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