MPAA in slow lane as Jack seeks unanimity

Crabtree, Susan
July 2003
Daily Variety;7/31/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 19, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that Motion Picture Association of America president Jack Valenti wants a unanimous decision in the selection of the next president of the association in the U.S. Consideration of Congress Representative Billy Tauzin; Assertions of Tauzin that he is not interested in the job; Interest of Senator John Breaux on the position.


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