Nancy Dubuc addressing the graduating class at the 2015 College of Communication convocation during Boston University's 142nd Commencement.
Nancy Dubuc addressing the graduating class at the 2015 College of Communication convocation.

The Hollywood Reporter‘s annual Women in Entertainment Power 100 list highlights the entertainment industry’s top figures — the executives, reps, dealmakers, producers, showrunners and stars — who made an impact each year. The 2015 list, released Wednesday, features COM alumnae Nancy Dubuc ’91, Bonnie Arnold ’78, and Bonnie Hammer (COM’71, SED’75).

Since her promotion to President and CEO of A+E Television Networks in 2013, Nancy Dubuc has led AETN’s initial $250 million investment in Vice Media.

Bonnie Arnold, along with Mireille Soria, was promoted to co-president of DreamWorks Animation, replacing Bill Damaschke.

Chairman of NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Group Bonnie Hammer remains the “queen of cable,” reigning over the most profitable empire of any woman in Hollywood. 2015 marks the 10th consecutive year in which her portfolio registered growth in both profit and revenue.

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