TITLE

THE MOST POWERFUL WOMEN IN GLOBAL TV

AUTHOR(S)
Anderson, Ariston; Blair, Gavin J.; Caspi, David; Coonan, Clifford; Richford, Rhonda; Ritman, Alex; Roxborough, Scott; Szalai, Georg; Vlessing, Etan
PUB. DATE
October 2014
SOURCE
Hollywood Reporter;10/17/2014, Vol. 420 Issue 36, p95
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The artcle offers information on several women including Nashwa Al Ruwaini, Adriana Cisneros and Ilana Dayan, in the global television industry who have influenced the industry. It mentions Nashwa, owner of television production company Pyramedia who began her career as teenager on radio and Adriana who heads media firm Cisneros Group that produce content targetting Latin American. Also added is journalist Ilana who was the first female correspondent for Israeli Army Radio.
ACCESSION #
100125746

 

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