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Weekly Roundup: Peabodys Announced & ‘Frozen’ Breaks Record

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The Peabody Awards gave 43% of prizes to projects that featured a clear female protagonist or were made by a woman creator.

Jennifer Lee’s ‘Frozen’ becomes the top-grossing animated film of all time.

AFI’s superb Directing Workshop for Women turns 40. They grow up so fast!

Variety’s Power of Women luncheon debuts in NYC — meet the honorees.

Amy Schumer tackles the second season of her hit comedy series.

Yahoo will launch other “digital magazines,” but for now, Shine is no more.

Arianna Huffington discusses her journey and “the third women’s revolution.”

— KELLY GLOVER

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