Next Gen alumni: Where are they now?
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>Class of 1994
Ari Emanuel became co-CEO of WME Entertainment after this year engineering the merger of his Endeavor with the William Morris Agency.
Stacey Snider, co-chairman and CEO of DreamWorks Studios, was a key player this year in raising $825 million for the studio's upcoming films.
Richard Lovett is celebrating his 15th year as president of CAA and has led the agency's exponential growth since 1995.
>Class of 1997
Mike Darnell, president of alternative programming at Fox, oversees television's No. 1 show, "American Idol."
In August, Mary Parent became one of three members of the "office of CEO" overseeing MGM.
Ben Silverman left his job as co-chairman of NBC in July to start a new venture, Electus, with Barry Diller.
>Class of 1999
Adam Goodman was promoted to president of Paramount's Film Group in June.
Peter Rice became chairman of Fox Broadcasting in March after leading Fox Searchlight to $377 million and a best picture Oscar for "Slumdog Millionaire."
Matt Tolmach, president of Columbia Pictures, oversaw this year's worldwide hit "Angels & Demons" and the upcoming "2012."
>Class of 2000
Doug Belgrad, president of Columbia Pictures, this year worked on the hits"This Is It" and "Paul Blart: Mall Cop."
Adam Fogelson was named chairman of Universal Pictures in October.
Andrea Wong, CEO of Lifetime Networks, this year engineered the move of "Project Runway" from Bravo to Lifetime.