Anne Sweeney

Schneider, Michael
July 2006
Daily Variety;7/28/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 18, pA26
Trade Publication
The article profiles co-chairperson Anne Sweeney of Disney Media Networks. Her break came when many television networks decided to offer their programs on the Internet. She believes that a person should take a challenging job for her to realize her potential. Her role model is her mother. Amid competition, she plans to focus her attention on further opportunities offered by the new technology.


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