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Most Powerful Women In Media 2011

Forbes' list of the most influential mavens of old, new and social media: Jill Abramson, U.S. Rank on 2011 World’s Power Women list: #12 Executive Editor, NY Times Oprah Winfrey, U.S. Rank on 201

Forbes' list of the most influential mavens of old, new and social media:

10 Jill Abramson, U.S.

Rank on 2011 World’s Power Women list: #12

Executive Editor, NY Times

9 Oprah Winfrey, U.S.

Rank on 2011 World’s Power Women list: #14

Media Mogul

8 Arianna Huffington, U.S.

Rank on 2011 World’s Power Women list: #31

Editor-In-Chief, The AOL Huffington Post Media Group

7 Christiane Amanpour, U.S.

Rank on 2011 World’s Power Women list: #44

News Anchor, This Week

6 Diane Sawyer, U.S.

Rank on 2011 World’s Power Women list: #47

News Anchor, World News

5 Helen Boaden, U.K.

Rank on 2011 World’s Power Women list: #51

Director, BBC News Group

4 Ann Curry, U.S.

Rank on 2011 World’s Power Women list: #66

Co-anchor, Today

3 Anna Wintour, U.S.

Rank on 2011 World’s Power Women list: #69

Editor-in-Chief, Vogue

2 Greta Van Susteren, U.S.

Rank on 2011 World’s Power Women list: #75

Host, On the Record

1 Tina Brown, U.S.

Rank on 2011 World’s Power Women list: #81

Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Beast, Newsweek

[See full list on Forbes.com]

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