The American Movie Industry: The Business of Motion Pictures

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Contributors
Jeanne Thomas Allen is Associate Professor of Communications, Temple University, and author of articles on film history.
Robert C. Allen is Assistant Professor of Radio, Television, and Motion Pictures, University of North Carolina. He is author of Vaudeville and Film 1895-1915: A Study in Media Interaction; Film History: Theory and Practice, with Douglas Gomery (forthcoming); and articles on film history.
Douglas Ayer was Associate Professor of Law, Stanford University, and is now a doctoral candidate in history at Stanford University and an Institutional Research Analyst at Menlo College.
Roy E. Bates is an attorney with Farella, Braun, and Martel in San Francisco.
Ralph Cassady, Jr., was Director, Bureau of Business and Economic Research, and Professor of Marketing, University of California, Los Angeles.
Douglas Gomery is Associate Professor of Communications Arts and Theatre, University of Maryland. He is author of High Sierra and Film History: Theory and Practice, with Robert C. Alien (forthcoming), and articles on film history and economics.
Thomas Guback is Research Professor of Communications, University of Illinois. He is author of The International Film Industry: Western Europe and America Since 1946 and articles on the American industry's economic structure, trade practices, and history.
Peter J. Herman is President of Citizens for Effective Public Policy and an attorney in California and Hawaii.
Gorham Kindem is Associate Professor of Radio, Television, and Motion Pictures, University of North Carolina. He is author of Toward a Semiotic Theory of Visual Communication in the Cinema; Introduction to Television and Film Production (forthcoming); and articles on film history and theory.
Don R. Le Duc is a communications attorney, Professor of Communications, University of Wisconsin, and research coordinator of a project analyzing West European mass media policies for the Council for European Studies at Columbia University. He is author of Cable Television and the FCC, and several studies on the impact of Common Market law upon European telecommunication and film industries.
Barry R. Litman is Associate Professor of Telecommunications, Michigan State University. He is author of The Vertical Structure of Television Broadcasting Industry: The Coalescence of Power and articles on film and television economics.

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