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  1. Anne Sweeney, Disney-ABC Television Group

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    For Anne Sweeney, president of Disney-ABC Television Group and co-chairman of Disney Media Networks, last year was all about the rush of taking a great leap forward into the digital future with the landmark Apple iTunes licensing pact. This year, it's been all about execution of the Walt Disney Co.'s bold global digital strategy -- plus a few more leaps.Read more

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  2. Judy McGrath, MTV Networks

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    When the fledgling MTV signed on for the first time in 1981, few could imagine that it would become an industry unto itself, with 28 U.S. and 107 international networks, as well as penetration into some 450 million households the world over. The whole phenomenon began with the humble idea of putting moving pictures to songs. Remember? Actually, Judy McGrath recalls better than anyone.Read more

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  3. Bond racing to series champion

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    With the $200 million mark expected to be reached Tuesday, "Casino Royale" appears well on its way to becoming the best ever of the 21 James Bond offerings at the overseas boxoffice.Read more

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  4. Dialogue: Meryl Streep

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    The third annual Sherry Lansing Leadership Award recipient ranks among the greatest actresses ever to hit celluloid.Read more

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  5. Nancy Tellem, CBS Paramount Network TV

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    When Nancy Tellem first joined CBS in 1997, she became part of the team that had the unenviable task of finding a way to improve the prospects of the lagging network. Tellem, of course, rose to the challenge -- CBS is riding high as the most-watched network for a fifth consecutive season and represents the epitome of stability in an industry full of turmoil.Read more

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  6. Boss ladies

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    These days, creating and running primetime shows is almost a gender-neutral pursuit.Read more

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  7. Power struggle

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    A tough year for Hollywood has left a void for females in the executive ranks.Read more

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  8. Contractual obligations

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    A look at women making strides in business affairs.Read more

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  9. Anecdotal evidence

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    Although the director's chair continues to elude many women, these three helmers found the financing and the distributors necessary to tell their stories.Read more

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  10. Deja vu: 'Feet' tops weekend b.o.

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    The three reigning films at the North American boxoffice couldn't be toppled by any of the newcomers entering the marketplace. "Happy Feet" was first for the third week in a row, followed by "Casino Royale" and "Deja Vu." <br /><br />Read more

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