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11 Media Women Comprise Forbes’ List of World’s 100 Most Powerful Women

high achieversWhen Forbes released their list of The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women, we couldn’t help but wonder where media moguls landed on the list. Out of the 100 names, 11 women are in media. Congrats to the power women!

#9  – Sheryl Sandberg – COO of Facebook

#12 – Susan Wojcicki – CEO of YouTube

#14 – Oprah Winfrey

#18 – Marissa Mayer – CEO of Yahoo

#28 – Amy Pascal – Co-Chairman, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony

#39 – Anna Wintour – Editor-in-chief of Vogue (US) and Artistic Director for Condé Nast

#42 – Bonnie Hammer – Chairman of NBCUniversal Cable

#52 – Arianna Huffington – Chair, President, and Editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group

#87 – Hu Shuli –Editor-in-chief of Caixin Media

#99 – Lila Tretikov – Executive Director of Wikimedia Foundation

#100 – Greta Van Susteren – Fox News Anchor

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14 Media Women Comprise Forbes’ List of World’s 100 Most Powerful Women List

When Forbes releases their annual rankings, people listen so their latest list is no different.

Their World’s 100 Most Powerful Women list was released and out of the 100 names, 14 women are in media. Congrats to the power women!

Jill Abramson (No. 5) – Executive Editor, The New York Times, U.S.

Anne Sweeney (No. 22) -  Co-Chair, Disney Media Networks, and President, Disney/ABC Television Group, U.S.

Diane Sawyer (No. 23) – News Anchor, ABC News, U.S.

Arianna Huffington (No. 29) – Editor-in-Chief, AOL Huffington Post, U.S.

Amy Pascal (No. 36) – Co-Chairman, Sony Pictures Entertainment, U.S.

Laura Lang (No. 44) – CEO, Time Inc., U.S.

Sue Naegle (No. 46) – President,  HBO Entertainment, U.S.

Anna Wintour (No. 51) – Editor-in-Chief, Vogue, U.S.

Christiane Amanpour (No. 53) – News Anchor, CNN and ABC News, U.S.

Bonnie Hammer (No. 73) – Chairman, Cable Entertainment and Cable Studios, NBCUniversal, Comcast, U.S.

Tina Brown (No. 77) – Editor-in-Chief, Newsweek, The Daily Beast, U.S.

Marjorie Scardino (No. 86) – CEO, Pearson, U.K.

Greta Van Susteren (No. 94) – Anchor, FOX News

Mindy Grossman (No. 96) – CEO, Home Shopping Network, U.S.

At Vogue, Danko Steiner Resigns, Raul Martinez Filling The Spot

vogue0704-c.jpgDanko Steiner, design director at Vogue, is leaving to pursue photography after four years at the magazine. Anna Wintour has tapped Raúl Martinez, founder and chief creative officer of AR New York, a full-scale branding and advertising agency, as “creative consultant” to replace Steiner. “I can’t begin to explain how excited I am to be joining forces with Anna once again,” Martinez told Women’s Wear Daily.

Martinez will continue with his agency while working with Vogue, where his duties will include “work[ing] with the magazine and vogue.com’s art, design and photography and offer[ing] input on Vogue’s overall image and brand.”

(More on Steiner: Danko Steiner Named Vogue Design Director: UnBeige)

Where Do Journalists Go When Their Magazine Closes?

20081030_mensvogue_250x375.jpgWhere does a journalist go when a magazine closes? The question is almost as existential as the tree in the forest scenario, but thanks to New York magazine, we may just have our answer.

Five months after Men’s Vogue published its last issue, New York magazine caught up with the staff to find out just what they were up to. Sure there were the obvious few&#151Anna Wintour kept her job as EIC of Vogue&#151but the search also lead to some interesting results. Find out who sold a screenplay, who’s traipsing around India and who was seduced away from the magazine industry by Obama, after the jump.

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