'Frozen,' BET and YouTube Make The Hollywood Reporter's List of Entertainment's Most Powerful Women

Billboard's sister publication The Hollywood Reporter has released "2014 Women in Entertainment Power 100," its annual ranking of the most powerful women in entertainment. It's no surprise that several on the list are almost exclusively music-focused, with the medium being as influential as ever, as the year-end aggregations of several tech companies have shown.

Women In Music 2014: The 50 Most Powerful Executives in the Industry

The music-focused names on the "Power 100" include:

No. 24: Debra Lee, chairman and CEO, BET Networks

No. 33: Susan Wojcicki, CEO, YouTube

No. 49: Susanne Daniels, programming president, MTV

No. 50: Jennifer Lee, writer-director, Frozen

No. 52: Cecile Frot-Coutaz, CEO, FremantleMedia

No. 54: Kathy Savitt, Chief Marketing Officer and head of media, Yahoo


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