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  • [[Category:American television journalists]] [[Category:American women writers]]
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  • ..., originally created by [[Gene Roddenberry]], has spawned five live-action television series, one animated series, and (as of 2013) twelve motion pictures. The c ==Television series==
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  • ...in Cambridge, which led to her appearance on [[BBC Look East]], a regional television talent show in the late 1970s. From there, Gratton went on to perform at th ...s{{citation needed|date=January 2014}} and was elected as President of the Women in Business Society for both UK and Europe in 2000.<ref name="ref689078696"
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  • ...[New York New Media Association]].<ref name=prdream/> She teaches film and television production at [[The City College]] of the [[City University of New York]].{ ...Freyer "Revolving-Door Life Writing: Literature and Cinema of Puerto Rican Women (American Studies - a Monograph Series)", published by Universitätsverlag
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  • | medium = Stand-up, internet, television, film ...anian profanity]] and the way it reflects the relationship between men and women received national coverage and drew considerable attention to a phenomenon
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  • ...>[[Festival Interceltique de Lorient]]</center>|alt=Group of young men and women, wearing white shirts (some with black waistcoats) and black trousers, marc ...rlington]], Australia), the [[Celtic Media Festival]] (showcasing film and television from the Celtic nations), and the [[Eisteddfod]] (Wales).<ref name="Festiva
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  • | known for = Television talking head, books, blogging, [[Video blogging]] ...n's Empowerment Summit.<ref>{{cite web|last=Iglesias|first=Tracy|title=NYC Women's Empowerment Summit 2011 recap!|url=http://www.ascendingbutterfly.com/2011
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  • ...ss roots golf campaign, Rally For A Cure, which she developed for Golf For Women magazine and the [[Susan G. Komen for the Cure|Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer ...e 54-year history of the [http://www.metgolfwriters.org/ Metropolitan Golf Writers Association](New York). She also serves as the organization's chairperson f
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  • ...o the district. It has since evolved into a staff of more than 50 editors, writers, photographers, researchers, and more. On April 13, 2008, Tartamella Joined ...interviews with the most iconic New Yorkers of the past 50 years, men and women who have shaped the world of politics, entertainment, and sports.
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  • ...al action was taken against them by the Hollywood giant [[E! Entertainment Television]] and forced NSP to change their name, although it seemed NSP was using the ...evelop scripts through the [[Australian Film Commission|AFC]]-[[Australian Writers' Guild|AWG]] [[Screenplay|script]] accord using professional [[Screenplay|s
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  • The majority of the stories in the long-running television series ''[[Doctor Who]]'' and its [[Spin-off (media)|spin-offs]] include an ...Scales of Injustice'' novel (by Garry Russell). She appeared on broadcast television in "[[The Power of Three (Doctor Who)|The Power of Three]]" in 2012.</ref>
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  • ...le networks including [[Fox News]], [[Fox Business]], [[CNN]], [[Bloomberg Television]], [[MSNBC]] and [[HBO]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.shesource.org/exper Mehta started appearing on cable television as a business and finance expert in 2006. She is a frequent guest for progr
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  • | television = ...al|title=10 Questions For Effective Networking|author=Paul Davis|publisher=Women Mean Business}}</ref> ''Risk Manager'';<ref>{{cite web|author=Davis, Paul|u
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  • | television = ...red Soft Drink.<ref>{{cite book|last=Hampson|first=Danielle|title=50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading|year=2010|publisher=232 Publishing|isbn=978-0-615-384
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  • ...f the profound [[physiological]] effects of step exercise in young men and women. This study produced domestic and international publications in scientific ...work in many dance festivals, dance congresses, national and international television, national and international [[Music Halls]], theaters, and various venues i
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  • ...cond last episode "Just Another Manic Kahn-Day" the last episode to air on television. Following the official series finale the character has made various cameos ...') is a [[Character (arts)|fictional character]] in the [[List of animated television series|American animated series]] ''[[King of the Hill]]''.
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  • ...ime, with the event attracting widespread national and local print, radio, television and online coverage for the first time. The Festival premiered its first sm ...programme of eighteen plays in world and European premiere productions by writers including: Luke Barnes, Jon Barton, Ollie Birch, Mike Daisey, Joe Douglas,
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  • ...ach (CSULB)]] - Bachelor of Arts (BA) double major in Journalism and Radio/Television/(Film) - 1978 ...[[Warner Bros.|Warner Hollywood Studios]]. "Dynasty" became the number one television show during this time.
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  • ...icesforchange.org/tag/lane-moore Women's Voices For Change: Lane Moore ] ''Women's Voices For Change'' Accessed on March 28, 2013</ref><ref>[http://theweek. ...ore Lane Moore] ''xoJane''</ref> and sits on the Board of Advisers for the Women in Comedy Festival in Boston.<ref name="SplitSider"/>
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  • '''Saturday, 7 February. [[BBC Television Theatre]], London.'''<br> '''Saturday, 6 February. [[BBC Television Theatre]], London.'''<br>
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