THR's 21st annual ranking celebrates the 100 most powerful female leaders in the entertainment industry.
This story first appeared in the Dec. 14 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
Who’s in charge? Read here to find out. Once again, THR's annual list ranks the town’s top females, from execs to a new TV ‘It’ girl, in order of empire, influence and intimidating intelligence.
Edited by Stacey Wilson.
Written by Tim Appelo, Marc Bernardin, Alex Ben Block, Kevin Cassidy, Tina Daunt, Eriq Gardner, Lesley Goldberg, Shirley Halperin, Marisa Guthrie, Andy Lewis, Pamela McClintock, Daniel Miller, Michael O’Connell, Lacey Rose, Tatiana Siegel, Georg Szalai and Stacey Wilson.
Selection Criteria: For THR's annual Power 100 issue, editors based their selections on the following: revenue generated for their companies, valuation of assets, number of employees overseen, influence within the film and television industries, ability to get projects greenlighted or proximity to greenlight power, general standing and reputation within the entertainment community.
Pictured: Anne Sweeney.
- Items 1-10
- Items 11-20
- Items 21-30
- Items 31-40
- Items 41-50
- Items 51-60
- Items 61-70
- Items 71-80
- Items 81-90
- Items 91-100
Co-president, CBS Filmsread more
COO, Lionsgate Televisionread more
President, E! Entertainment Televisionread more
Chief marketing officer, Warner Bros. Television Groupread more
Partner, ICM Partnersread more
Partner, Del Shaw Moonves Tanaka Finkelstein & Lezcanoread more
Co-head TV department, CAAread more
Partner, motion picture agent, UTAread more
Partner, agent, WME read more
Partner, television agent, WMEread more
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