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Veleka Gray <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Date:
Thu, 8 Oct 1998 17:50:09 -0500
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On Wed, 7 Oct 1998 08:53:39 -0700 Anthony Delgadillo wrote:
> 
> For information regarding television series, one exceelent way of finding
> them is through the Museum of Television and Video in Beverly Hills, CA
> You can always call them for information re: PBS and possibly even be able
> to send information to you.  I am sorry, but I do not have the phone number.
> If there was movie specials, you can also check with the DGA, which is in
> Hollywood. No number either, I am sorry, but good luck.
 
I don't have the museum's number.
 
Directors Guild of America (DGA), (312) 644-5050 - Chicago, (310)
289-2000 - L.A., (213) 851-3671 - for agents.
 
Other helpful numbers:
    a.  SAG (LA): (213) 465-4600
    b.  AFTRA (LA): (213) 461-8111
    c.  Hollywood Reporter: (213) 464-7411
    d.  Variety: (213) 857-6600
    e.  TV Guide: (215) 293-8500
    f.  Chicago Library Reference #ís:
        1.  (630) 355-1540 (Day)
        2.  (630) 355-1543 (Night)
    g.  Beverly Hills Library Reference #: (213) 288-2244 (till 8:45
p.m. 
        weekdays), not on Sunday
    h.  Hollywood Library #: (213) 467-1821
    i.  NYC Reference #: (212) 340-0849, closed Sunday
    j.  Brooklyn Ref #: (718) 780-7700
    k.  AMA Library: (312) 464-5000
    l.  National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences: (818) 953-7575
    m.  Writers Guild: (213) 550-1000
    n.  Writers Guild East: (212) 245-6180
    o.  IATSE Office: (818) 905-8999 - Harry Floyd in charge of West
Coast 
        office
 
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