Schneider, Michael
July 2007
Daily Variety;7/31/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 21, pA23
Trade Publication
The article features Andrea Wong, president and chief executive of cable web network Lifetime and one of several women in the entertainment industry chosen by "Variety" magazine for its 10th annual Women's Impact Report. Wong oversees Lifetime, Lifetime Movie Network, LifetimeTV.com and Lifetime's public advocacy campaigns. Two successful shows under her leadership are "Dancing with the Stars" and "Army Wives."


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