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Women in Entertainment 2012

International Power Women: The 12 Execs Making Waves Worldwide

In addition to THR's Women in Entertainment Top 100 ranking, the mag names a dozen female leaders to watch across the globe.

Joan Rivers: Why Johnny Carson “Never Ever Spoke to Me Again”

Writing for THR, the legendary comedian opens up about her bitter breakup with Carson, for whom she had guest hosted for years on 'Tonight Show'

Tower of Power: Tall Women, Shorter Men and High Heels of Dominance

Heels in Hollywood have gone from symbols of submission to power as women on the up-and-up barely give shorter guys any pause.

Camille Paglia: Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Hollywood Are Ruining Women

The influential female academic, writing for THR, calls out their "insipid, bleached-out personas."

Diane Keaton Pays Tribute to Mom While Accepting THR’s Leadership Award

The actress was honored at the 21st annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast Dec. 5.

Sandra Fluke Urges Hollywood Women to ‘Change the Landscape of Media’

The activist Rush Limbaugh called "a prostitute" tells THR's annual Women in Entertainment breakfast, "Julia Roberts did it very well."

Hollywood’s Power 100 Mingle at THR’s Women in Entertainment Breakfast

Mindy Kaling, Elizabeth Banks and Sandra Fluke were among the speakers at the event, where Diane Keaton received the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award.

THR’s Big Brothers Big Sisters Program: Hollywood Mentors, $200K Scholarship Fund Unveiled

Graduates of the program have already gone on to UC Berkeley, UCLA and dozens of other elite colleges; this year's class includes a teen with a year-old baby.

Universal TV’s Bela Bajaria on the Battle for Ratings and What ‘Truly Sucks’ About the Business

Busy year for Hollywood's highest-ranking Indian-American included pickups for "Go On" and "Bates Motel," plus deals with top showrunners.

How DreamWorks Animation Became One of Hollywood’s Most Female-Driven Studios

Jeffrey Katzenberg now employs far more women producers than men: "You can have a life and still work here."

PBS’ Paula Kerger on Fred Willard’s Arrest, Big Bird and the Elmo Sex Scandal

After a year of surprising controversy, the executive tells THR about her approach to dealing with challenges: "You need to give everybody the chance to be heard, and then when you need to move, you need to move."

Why HBO’s Sue Naegle Didn’t Lose Sleep Over ‘Homeland’s’ Big Wins

The exec behind "Boardwalk Empire" and "Game of Thrones" tells THR it's hard not to root for Showtime: "I welcome the competition."