From TV's M.A.S.H. to a miniseries based on a Tolstoy epic, nothing on its way to the small screen is safe from the scrunity of censors or the sometimes blunt instrument (otherwise known as the brain) wielded by certain TV executives. This book sneaks a peak at the battle between the censors and network honchos by exposing the weapon of choice: the memo.

Martian Wouldn't Say 1994, Price Stern Sloan

ISBN-13: 9780843136128

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