December 2006
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;Dec2006 Women in Entertainment, p35
The article profiles Dana Walden, president of the company Twentieth Century Fox Television. In the seven years since becoming the first female president of a major television studio, Walden, along with fellow president Gary Newman, has built a formidable talent roster and a slate of acclaimed and successful television series.


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