The Power 100

Wesley Mann

It's the 20th anniversary of THR's annual rankings of the industry's most influential, profiled in full for subscribers in a special issue and on

It's the 20th anniversary of THR's annual rankings of the industry's most influential, profiled in full for subscribers in a special issue and on

1. Anne Sweeney, co-chairman, Disney Media Networks; president, Disney/ABC Television Group

2. Amy Pascal, co-chairman, Sony Pictures Entertainment

Bonnie Hammer, chairman, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment

4. Abbe Raven, president and CEO, A+E Television Networks

5. Dana Walden, chairman, 20th Century Fox Television

6. Stacey Snider, co-chairman and CEO, Dreamworks

7. Nina Tassler, president of CBS Entertainment

8. Donna Langley, co-chairman, Universal Pictures

9. Nancy Dubuc, president of History and Lifetime Networks

10. Sue Kroll, president of worldwide marketing, Warner Bros. Pictures

11 Lauren Zalaznick, chairman, NBCUniversal Entertainment & Digital Networks and Integrated Media

12. Veronika Kwan-Rubinek, president of international distribution, WarnerBros. Pictures

13. Megan Colligan, president of domestic marketing and distribution, Paramount

14. Nikki Rocco, president of Universal Pictures Distribution

15. Kathleen Kennedy, producer

16. Sue Naegle, president of HBO Entertainment

17. Ann Daly, COO, DreamWorks Animation

18. Emma Watts, president of production, 20th Century Fox

19. Jennifer Salke, entertainment president, NBC

29. Oprah Winfrey, chairman, Harpo

21. Michele Ganeless, president, Comedy Central

22. Eileen O'Neill, group president, Discovery and TLC Networks

23. Cyma Zarghami, president, Nickelodeon Group

24. Debra Lee, chairman and CEO, BET Networks

25. Hannah Minghella, president of production, Columbia pictures

26. Nancy Utley, president of Fox Searchlight

27. Vanessa Morrison Murchison, president of Fox Animation

28. Elizabeth Gabler, president, Fox 2000

29. Frances Berwick, president of Bravo and Style networks

30. Lady Gaga, singer

31. Janice Marinelli, president of Disney-ABC Domestic Television

32. Hilary Estey McLoughlin, president of Warner Bros.' Telepictures Productions

33. Marion Edwards, president of international television, Fox

34. Shonda Rhimes, creator, Grey's Anatomy/Private Practice/Scandal

35. Shari Redstone, vice chair, CBS/Viacom

36. Belinda Menendez, president of NBCUniversal International Television Distribution and Universal
Networks International

37. Diane Nelson, president of DC Entertainment

38. Linda Bell Blue, executive producer, Entertainment Tonight and The Insider

39. Sheila Nevins, president of HBO Documentary Films

40. Holly Bario, co-president of production, DreamWorks Studios

41. Cecile Frot-Coutaz, CEO, FremantleMedia North America

42. Bela Bajaria, executive vp, Universal Television

43. M.T. Carney, president of marketing, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

44. The Women of Bridesmaids

45. Tracey Jacobs, co-head, talent department, and board member, UTA

46. Cynthia Pett-Dante, co-owner, managing partner, Brillstein Entertainment Partners

47. Judy Sheindlin, star, Judge Judy

48. Lauren Shuler Donner, producer

49. Beth Swofford, motion picture literary agent, CAA

50. Leah Weil, senior executive vp/general counsel, Sony Pictures Entertainment

51. Nancy Kirkpatrick, president of worldwide marketing, Summit Entertainment

52. Hylda Queally, motion picture talent agent, CAA

53. Gail Berman, co-owner, BermanBraun

54. Katherine Pope, president of television, Chernin Entertainment

55. Anne Globe, chief marketing officer, DreamWorks Animation

56. Michelle Bohan, partner, talent agent, WME

57. Rebecca Prentice, executive vp and general counsel, Paramount Pictures

58. Maren Christensen, executive vp and general counsel, Universal Studios

59. Beth Roberts, COO, Universal Cable Productions, and executive vp business affairs for cable entertainment and cable studios, NBCUniversal

60. Bridget Baker, president of television network distribution, NBCUniversal

61. Bernardine Brandis, executive vp, business affairs, Walt Disney Studios

62. Melanie Cook, partner, Ziffren Brittenham

63. Jeanne Newman, partner, Hansen Jacobson Teller Hoberman Newman Warren & Richman

64. Claudia Lewis, president of production, Fox Searchlight

65. Deborah Barak, senior executive vp, business operations, CBS Network Television Entertainment Group

66. Rita Tuzon, executive vp and general counsel, Fox Networks Group

67. Jo Ann Ross, president, network sales, CBS Television Network

68. Jana Winograde, executive vp business affairs and administration, ABC Entertainment Group

69. Lisa Gregorian, chief marketing officer, Warner Bros. Television Group

70. Dawn Hudson, CEO, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

71. Suzanne Kolb, president of E! Entertainment

72. Blair Kohan, partner, motion picture agent, UTA

73. Sharon Jackson, partner, agent, WME

74. Toni Howard, executive vp, ICM

75. Nina Shaw, partner, Del Shaw Moonves Tanaka Finkelstein & Lezcano

76. Sonya Rosenfeld, co-head of TV department, CAA

77. Nancy Josephson, partner, WME

78. Linda Lichter, partner, Lichter Grossman Nichols Adler & Feldman

79. Lisa Berger, executive vp entertainment programming, E!

80. Donna Gigliotti, president of production, The Weinstein Co.

81. Julie Greenwald, chairman and COO, Atlantic Records

82. Nicole Clemens, head of motion picture literary department, ICM

83. Debbee Klein, co-head, literary department, Paradigm

84. Jennifer Rudolph Walsh, head of worldwide literary department and board member, WME Entertainment

85. Leslie Siebert, senior managing partner, Gersh Agency

86. Nancy Grace, host, Nancy Grace

87. Andrea Wong, president of international production, Sony Pictures Television, and president of international, Sony Pictures Entertainment

88. Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, founder and CEO, The Gotham Group

89. Tina Fey, creator/showrunner, 30 Rock

90. Lorrie Bartlett, co-head talent department, ICM

91. Orly Adelson, president, Dick Clark Prods.

92. Sheri Salata, president of OWN and Harpo Studios

93. Theresa Peters, partner, head of talent department, UTA

94. SallyAnn Salsano, executive producer, Jersey Shore

95. Sandra Stern, COO of television, Lionsgate

96. Jennifer Yuh Nelson, director, Kung Fu Panda 2

97. Chelsea Handler, executive producer and host, Chelsea Lately

98. Jean Prewitt, president and COO, Independent Film and Television Alliance

99. Stephanie Gibbons, executive vp marketing and on-air promotion, FX Networks

100. Bethenny Frankel, star and executive producer, Bethenny Ever After

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