Advocacy Groups and the Entertainment Industry

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About the Editors and Contributors

CAROL ALTIERI joined CBS in 1969 as a secretary in the Press Information Department. Five years later she became a program practices editor, responsible for children's programs, feature films, specials, sports, and series development. Altieri was transferred to Los Angeles in 1979 as senior editor and was primarily responsible for acquisition and editing of feature films and screenplay pre-buys. After serving as manager of administration for two years, she became director of prime time programming standards, dealing with network series, movies for television, mini-series, theatricals, and drama development. In August 1984, Altieri was named West Coast vice president for program practices, overseeing the clearance of programs originating on the West Coast, as well as the administration of television program labeling and other content policy issues.

GUY AOKI is cofounder and president of Media Action Network for Asian Americans, the only organization solely dedicated to monitoring the media and advocating positive and balanced portrayals of Asian Americans. Aoki has led campaigns against a variety of media portrayals of Asian Americans in film, television, and radio. Aoki writes a biweekly column in the Rafu Shimpo newspaper, "Into the Next Stage", about media images and Asian Americans.

TED BAEHR is chairman of the Christian Film and Television Commission and publisher of Movieguide, a family guide to the movies based on Judeo-Christian values. As past president of the Episcopal Radio-Television Foundation, he served as executive producer and host of the weekly PBS television program Perspectives." Baehr has authored a number of books, including The Christian Family Guide to Movies and Video, Vols. 1 and 2, Getting the Word Out, Hollywood's Reel of Fortune: A Winning Strategy to Redeem the Entertainment Industry, and The Media-Wise Family. He received

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