It's been a good week for Time Warner's divisions – you've already heard about our Webby wins, and now we're happy to report that HBO, Turner and Warner Bros. have been recognized by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation (AWMF).

On Tuesday evening, the AWMF presented its 38th Annual Gracie Awards, which recognize exemplary programming created for women, by women, and about women in all facets of media. In an evening featuring a Melissa Etheridge performance, CNN received three awards, including Outstanding Breaking News Coverage and Outstanding Hard News Feature. HBO was honored in four categories, including Outstanding Director – Entertainment (Lena Dunham, Girls) and Outstanding Producer – News/Non-Fiction (Sheila Nevins, God Is The Bigger Elvis). Warner Bros. Television Group topped off Time Warner's wins, taking home the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Star (Lucy Hale, Pretty Little Liars).

You can scroll through a complete list of 2013 Gracie Award recipients here, and visit the official Facebook page and Twitter account for exclusive photos and Vine videos (like the one below) from the event.

Also this week, The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) announced the nominees for its 3rd Annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards. HBO received the most nominations of any network (21), while WBTV's The Big Bang Theory tied for most individual nominations (6). The winners will be announced on June 10.