​Powerful Women In Hollywood Top 25 List Unveiled

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September 5, 2013

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Powerful Women In Hollywood. Here’s the annual Hollywood list of the top 25 most powerful and successful women. There are a couple of new names to this list.

1. Amy Pascal, co-Chairman, Sony Pictures Entertainment.

2. Anne Sweeney, president Disney-ABC Television Group co-chairman Disney Media Network.

3. Oprah Winfrey, chairman Harpo.

4. Nancy Tellem, president CBS Network Television Entertainment Group.

5. Bonnie Hammer, president, NBC Universal Cable Entertainment and Universal Cable Prods.

6. Donna Langley, co-chairman, Universal Pictures.

7. Stacey Snider, co-chairman and CEO, DreamWorks Studios.

8. Dana Walden, chairman, Twentieth Century Fox Television.

9. Nina Tassler, president, CBS Entertainment.

10. Angela Bromstad, president, primetime entertainment, NBC and Universal Media Studios.

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

12. Judy McGrath, chairman and CEO, MTV Networks

13. Veronika Kwan-Rubinek, president of distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures International

14. Nikki Rocco, president of distribution, Universal Pictures

15. Abbe Raven, president and CEO, A&E Television Networks

16. Dawn Ostroff, president of entertainment, The CW

17. Sue Naegle, president, HBO Entertainment

18. Lauren Zalaznick, president, NBC Universal Women and Lifestyle Entertainment Networks

19. Kathleen Kennedy, producer

20. Mary Parent, chairman of worldwide motion picture group and office of the CEO, MGM

21. Andrea Wong, president and CEO, Lifetime Networks

22. Sheila Nevins, president, HBO Documentary and Family Programming

23. Ann Daly, COO, DreamWorks Animation

24. Nancy Utley, president, Fox Searchlight Pictures

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

A newcomer is Angela Bromstad who joins the list of the top 25 powerful women as president of primetime entertainment at NBC. The Hollywood list also indicates the inroads these people have made in TV with 7 of the top ten being television executives. Oprah is listed #3 as chairman of her production company Harpo.