It is okay for you to put Oprah Winfrey on the very top spot of your list, but not on the Hollywood Reporter's 15th annual ranking of the Most Powerful Women in Entertainment.
As of this year, Oprah isn't the number one, she instead is ranked 7th. Anne Sweeney, president of Disney-ABC Television Group who held the top spot for two years, sadly slips to 2nd spot, loses her throne to Amy Pascal, who heads Sony's film division and serves as co-chair of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Ranked 3rd this year on the Women in Entertainment Power 100 list is MTV Networks chairman and chief executive Judy McGrath. Just behind her is Paramount Pictures President Gail Berman at No. 4, and CBS Paramount Network Television Group President Nancy Tellem at No. 5.
Rounding out the Top 10 are Stacey Snider, co-chairman and CEO of DreamWorks SKG at No. 6, Nina Tassler, president of CBS Entertainment at No. 8, Dana Walden, president of 20th Century Fox Television at 9th, and Bonnie Hammer, president of USA Network and Sci Fi Channel at No. 10.