January 2007
Multichannel News;1/29/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 5, special section p31
The article presents a list of previous wonder women honorees of the publication from 1999-2006 in the entertainment industry in the U.S. Class of 2006 includes Shari Anne Brill, Louise Henry Bryson and Christine Driessen. For class of 2005 consists of Nomi Bergman, Deborah Blackwell and Stephanie Campbell. And Maggie Bellville, Carole Black and Christie Hefner of class of 200.


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