Courtesy of: The Hollywood Reporter

Lucie Salhany

Lucie Salhany is a Jordinian and Lebanese American media executive. 

She was born on May 25, 1946 in Cleveland, Ohio and she is of Jordanian and Lebanese descent. Lucie was the first woman to head a broadcast network as the chairwoman of Fox Broadcasting in 1993, where she made the NFL and The X-Files popular. She also launched the United Paramount Network and was a part of Hewlett Packard’s Board of Directors. 

Before her rise to fame, Lucie attended Kent State University.

Throughout her career, Lucie received the Silver Satellite Award for American Women in Radio and Television, the HELP Humanitarian Award, and the Silver Circle Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. She is in the Broadcasting + Cable Hall of Fame. 


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