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Oprah Winfrey
----- Television Pioneer / Philanthropist / Magazine Founder & Editorial Director / Producer/Creator/Actress / Online Leader

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Feature Story - a small TV screen -- fits the big picture Oprah Winfrey envisions for her continued success..
-----"Images" - the small TV screen connected to a computer or inside a tv set -- like all of TVIs POW inducties, fits the big picture Oprah envisions for her continued success in showing people how to improve one's life by learning from others by watching her television programs that originate from a wireless broadcasting EMw system and seen on the TV monitor.
----- Oprah, like most cultured individuals is using the best of product placement techniques, ever invented, to produce a television show, that gives hope to her viewers.
----- "And Why Not," says publisher/editor, Josie Cory, "most people will agree that, Oprah's success is the way she presents herself and image through the power of the electromagnetic wave and printing press". Oprah Winfrey has created an unparalleled connection with people around the world. As supervising producer and host of the top-rated, award-winning The Oprah Winfrey Show, she has entertained, enlightened and uplifted millions of viewers for the past two decades. Her commitment to use her life to make a difference in the lives of others has extended beyond the realm of television into philanthropy, education, publishing and film. Together Oprah's influence and generosity have established her as one of the most respected and admired public figures today.
-----In recognition of her extraordinary achievements and contributions, Oprah has received numerous honors, including the most prestigious awards and highest industry acknowledgments in the fields of:
Television Pioneer
Magazine Founder & Editorial Director
Online Leader
Oxygen Media Co-Founder 

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In 2005 - through Harpo Films, you'll see her film production company based in California, Oprah has a long-term deal with the ABC Television Network to produce Oprah Winfrey Presents telefilms. Since its inception
In 2004 - O at Home, a shelter magazine designed to help readers create a home that reflects their personal style, made its debut. This newsstand-only publication will be published twice this year, in May and October.

In 2004 - National Association of Broadcasters &endash; Distinguished Service Award / Time Magazine &endash; 100 Most Influential People in the World
In 2003 - Association of American Publishers &endash; AAP Honors Award
In 2003 - Oprah.com also launched Live Your Best Life, an interactive multimedia workshop based on her sold-out national speaking tour that features Oprah's personal life stories and life lessons along with a workbook of thought-provoking exercises.

In 2002 - 54th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards® &endash; Bob Hope Humanitarian Award / Broadcasting & Cable &endash; Hall of Fame
In September 2002 - she debuted Oprah After The Show, an original series that airs weeknights during primetime on the Oxygen Network. The spontaneous, unscripted, daily half-hour show is taped immediately following The Oprah Winfrey Show.

In April 2002 - Oprah launched the first international edition of O, The Oprah Magazine in South Africa, extending her live your best life message to another broad audience.
In December 2002 - The Oprah Winfrey Foundation expanded its global humanitarian efforts with her ChristmasKindness South Africa 2002 initiative that included visits to orphanages and rural schools in South Africa where 50,000 children received gifts of food, clothing, athletic shoes, school supplies, books and toys. Sixty-three rural schools received libraries and teacher education. On December 6, 2002, Oprah announced a partnership with South Africa's Ministry of Education to build the "Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls&emdash;South Africa," which is scheduled to open in 2007.
In April 2000 - Oprah and Hearst Magazines introduced "O", The Oprah Magazine, a monthly magazine that has become one of today's leading women's lifestyle publications. It is credited as being the most successful magazine launch in recent history and currently has a circulation of more than two million readers each month.
1999 - National Book Foundation &endash; 50th Anniversary Gold Medal
In 1998 - Harpo Films produced the critically acclaimed Beloved, a Touchstone Pictures feature film based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Toni Morrison, which co-starred Oprah Winfrey and Danny Glover and was directed by Jonathan Demme.

In April, 1998 - Oprah.com goes on-line. The sight is now a premiere women's lifestyle website, offering advice on everything from the mind, body and spirit to food, home and relationships. It provides comprehensive resources related to The Oprah Winfrey Show and exclusive interactive content based on O, The Oprah Magazine. In addition, the website has unique original content, including Oprah's Book Club, which offers free in-depth reading guides for each book selection, emails from Oprah, online discussion groups and Q&A sessions with literary experts. Within its first year, Oprah's Book Club quickly became the largest book club in the world, attracting more than 420,000 members.
In 1998 - Oprah is co-founder of Oxygen Media, which operates a 24-hour cable television network for women that launched in 1998 and is currently available in more than 53 million homes across America.
1998 - Time Magazine &endash; 100 Most Influential People of the 20th Century; National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences® &endash; Lifetime Achievement Award / The following year, after accepting this pinnacle honor, Oprah removed herself from future Emmy® consideration and the show followed suit in 2000. Oprah and The Oprah Winfrey Show received a total of 39 Daytime Emmy Awards®: seven for Outstanding Host; nine for Outstanding Talk Show; 21 in the Creative Arts categories; and one for Oprah's work as supervising producer of the ABC After School Special Shades of Single Protein.
In 1997 - Oprah established Oprah's Angel Network, a public charity launched on The Oprah Winfrey Show and featured on Oprah.com, to inspire people to use their lives and encourage them to make a difference in the lives of others. To date, Oprah's Angel Network has raised nearly $20 million, with 100% of audience donations going to non-profit organizations across the globe. Oprah's Angel Network has helped establish scholarships and schools, support women's shelters and build youth centers and homes&emdash;changing the future for people all over the world.

1997 - Newsweek &endash; Most Important Person in Books and Media / TV Guide &endash; Television Performer of the Year
1996 - International Radio & Television Society Foundation &endash; Gold Medal Award - George Foster Peabody Awards
1995 - Individual Achievement Award
In 1991 - when she testified before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee to establish a national database of convicted child abusers. On December 20, 1993, President Clinton signed the national "Oprah Bill" OR the National Child Protection Act into law.

In 1990 - Harpo Films' projects, which have been based on classic and contemporary literature, have garnered the highest industry honors for quality acting and production. Oprah Winfrey Presents: Their Eyes Were Watching God, based on the Zora Neale Hurston novel and starring Academy Award®-winner Halle Berry, will air in spring 2005.
In 1988 - she established Harpo Studios, a production facility in Chicago, making her the third woman in the American entertainment industry (after Mary Pickford and Lucille Ball) to own her own studio.

The Oprah Winfrey Show has remained the number one talk show for 18 consecutive seasons*. Produced by her own production company, Harpo Productions, Inc., the show is seen by an estimated 30 million viewers a week in the United States** and is broadcast internationally in 110 countries.
In 1987 - Oprah established The Oprah Winfrey Foundation to support the education and empowerment of women, children and families in the United States and around the world. Through this private charity, Oprah has awarded hundreds of grants to organizations that carry out this vision. She has long believed that education is the door to freedom, offering a chance to a brighter future, and amongst her various philanthropic contributions she has donated millions of dollars toward providing a better education for students who have merit but no means. She has developed schools to educate thousands of underserved children internationally and created "The Oprah Winfrey Scholars Program," which gives scholarships to students determined to use their education to give back to their communities in the United States and abroad.
In 1986 - when The Oprah Winfrey Show entered national syndication, becoming the highest-rated talk show in television history.
In 1985 - Oprah made her acting debut as "Sofia" in Steven Spielberg's The Color Purple, for which she received both the Academy Award® and the Golden Globe nominations. She also has been lauded for her performances in the made-for-television movies Before Women Had Wings (1997), There Are No Children Here (1993), and The Women of Brewster Place (1989).

In 1984 - Oprah moved to Chicago to host WLS-TV's morning talk show, AM Chicago, which became the number one local talk show&emdash;surpassing ratings for Donahue&emdash;just one month after she began. In less than a year, the show expanded to one hour and was renamed The Oprah Winfrey Show. The broadcasting landscape was forever changed.
In 1973 - Lands her first broadcasting job as a reporter. At the age of 19, Oprah began her broadcasting career at WVOL radio in Nashville while still in high school. She became the youngest person and the first African-American woman to anchor the news at Nashville's WTVF-TV. She then relocated to Baltimore's WJZ-TV to co-anchor the Six O'Clock News and later went on to become co-host of its local talk show, People Are Talking.
In 1973 - Miss Black America
In 1971 - Competes in Miss Black America. and named Named Miss Fire Prevention. Enrolls in Tennessee State University to study speech and performing arts.
In 1954 - Oprah Winfrey was born on January 29, 1954 in Kosciusko, Mississippi.



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Oprah's name is synonymous
with Hollywood and Television. She is the archetypal businesswoman &endash; a deal maker without peer and an ardent philanthropist.



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