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Sheila Nevins

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Former news producer who was hired as HBO’s Director of Documentaries in 1979.  Since then, she has presided over projects that have won 34 prime-time Emmy awards, 37 news and documentary Emmys, 15 Oscars, and 25 Peabodys

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Sheila Nevins has been president of HBO Documentary Films for three decades, she’s won 32 Primetime Emmys and 26 Oscars.

HBO's Sheila Nevins on having power in a man's world

Sheila Nevins has been president of HBO Documentary Films for three decades, she’s won 32 Primetime Emmys and 26 Oscars.

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