This year’s honor roll of CableWorld’s most powerful women is organized as follows: #1-50 (ranked), #51-100 ("The Second 50," which is not ranked) plus "Also Influential" or women to watch; Top Women in Technology; and Top Women On-Air. There is some overlap between the sections, with everyone part of our "Most Powerful Women" list. Congratulations to all the winners! To make it easier to navigate the Web version of this special issue, please click below:

CableWorld’s Most Powerful Women 2006

Most Powerful Women: #1-50
Most Powerful Women: The Second 50
Most Powerful Women: Also Influential—Women to Watch
Most Powerful Women: Top Women in Technology
Most Powerful Women: Top Women On-Air

Related stories in this issue:

WICT Pushes Cable Technology to Reach Par
The More Things ‘Change,’ The More We Need WICT
Women’s Programmers: Shall We Dance?
Boys on the Side
Not Just A Numbers Game

Previous Top Women in Cable issues:

2005 Most Influential List
2004 Most Influential List NOTE: To order copies of this special issue, please call (800) 777-5006 or send an email to Please note that supplies are limited.

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