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  1. Oprah Winfrey's Motivational Speech at THR's Women in Entertainment Breakfast

    1:13 pm PST 12/11/2013
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    The winner of the Sherry Lansing leadership award shares an inspirational and motivational speech at THR's WIE breakfast. "My favorite definition of power is 'strength over time,' " says Winfrey. READ MORE

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  2. Having It All: 10 Ways Hollywood's Power Women Make It All Work

    12:00 pm PST 12/11/2013
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    Super-busy A-list producers, studio executives, agents and managers swear by these strategies for work, life, children and sanity success. READ MORE

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  3. Top Directors Reveal How Female Film Editors Shaped Their Movies

    12:00 pm PST 12/11/2013
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    A look back at the invaluable contributions to motion pictures of female film editors, past and present, which have been largely cut out of the history books. READ MORE

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  4. Geena Davis' Two Easy Steps to Make Hollywood Less Sexist (Guest Column)

    11:00 am PST 12/11/2013
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    The actress and founder of her namesake Institute on Gender in Media cites data showing that there are three male characters for every speaking female in family-rated films: "We are in effect enculturating kids from the very beginning to see women and girls as not taking up half of the space." READ MORE

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  5. A Day in The Life of Hollywood's Most Powerful Women

    10:30 am PST 12/11/2013
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    Six top women in show business give THR a peek at their packed weekly schedules, from mogul meetings to battles with toddlers over bunny slippers. READ MORE

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  6. The Scene at THR's 2013 Women in Entertainment Breakfast

    10:18 am PST 12/11/2013
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    Anne Sweeney, Nancy Dubuc, Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner and Demi Lovato attended the 22nd annual THR Women in Entertainment breakfast, which honored Oprah Winfrey with the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award. The Dec. 11 event, held at the Beverly Hills Hotel, coincided with the magazine's ranking of the 100 most powerful women in the industry. READ MORE

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  7. The Resurgence of Oprah Winfrey

    9:02 am PST 12/11/2013
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    THR’s Sherry Lansing Leadership Award winner opens up about counseling Queen Latifah and Steve Harvey, “the only thing” she questioned about leaving her daily talker and why “there won’t be a ‘next Oprah.’ ” READ MORE

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  8. Oprah Winfrey on Forgoing Motherhood, Being 'Counted Out' and the Meeting That Turned OWN Around

    9:00 am PST 12/11/2013
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    Interviewed at her home, THR's Sherry Lansing Leadership Award winner opens up about how "fame and success made me soft," her candid advice to talk show hosts Queen Latifah and Steve Harvey, and the truth about the reports that stress and a crushing workload drove her over the edge: "I never had a nervous breakdown." READ MORE

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  9. Women in Entertainment Mentorship Grad: 'It's the Best Thing That's Ever Happened to Me'

    9:00 am PST 12/11/2013
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    In a heartfelt essay, one young woman reflects on her life-altering relationship with a Hollywood mentor, a woman she calls her "guardian angel." READ MORE

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  10. The Hollywood Reporter's Mentorship Program Turns 5

    9:00 am PST 12/11/2013
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    This issue marks the anniversary of THR with Big Brothers Big Sisters, where teenagers get to learn and grow with the help of some of the industry's most powerful women. READ MORE

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  11. THR's Women in Entertainment Mentoring Program

    9:00 am PST 12/11/2013
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    The Hollywood Reporter's fifth annual mentoring program pairs up inner city school girls with some of Hollywood's top entertainment executives. READ MORE

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  12. Hollywood's Most Powerful Women Pose With Their Mentors (Exclusive Photos)

    9:00 am PST 12/11/2013
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    Behind every powerful woman is sometimes another woman, a male executive or Oscar-winning director, as exemplified by Emma Watts and Oliver Stone; Nancy Dubuc and Abbe Raven; Sandra Stern and Jon Feltheimer; Cyma Zarghami and Philippe Dauman; and Megan Colligan and Nancy Utley. READ MORE

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