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TV on Strike
Why Hollywood Went to War over the Internet

Cynthia Littleton

Cloth $29.95    |    978-0-8156-1008-3    |    2012

"Every day Cynthia shows us how smart and well informed she is with her reporting. What we didn’t know is just how compelling a storyteller she is! If you are in the entertainment industry or aspire to be this book is a MUST READ page turner. The players come to life and the events of the Writer’s strike provide the prism for Cynthia’s explanation of how the entire entertainment eco-system really works. In the lightning fast constantly changing entertainment universe this book helps us to understand ‘why’ and ‘how’ it is all happening. Bravo Cynthia!"—Warren Littlefield, TV producer, past President NBC Entertainment

"The author has offered a detailed, thorough and unbiased report and analysis of the themes and events that pushed the entertainment industry into an unwanted but unavoidable labor dispute which will have ramifications on the industry for decades"—Robert Broder, Vice Chairman of International Creative

  TV on Strike



Cynthia Littleton on Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

  Cynthia Littleton is deputy editor at Variety and coauthor of Season Finale: The Unexpected Rise and Fall of the WB and UPN.

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6 x 9, 288 pages, notes, index

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