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Here They Are: The Hottest Shows, Magazines and Digital Brands of 2015

It was the year Caitlyn Jenner made the cover of Vanity Fair, Amy Schumer conquered all media and Empire became the breakout hit of broadcast TV.
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Adweek's readers and editors select the year's Hot List
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