Brodesser, Claude
October 2001
Daily Variety;10/4/2001, Vol. 273 Issue 24, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the dominance of William Morris Agency Inc. in the film industry in Los Angeles, California. Ratings of directors and studio executives on the company; Categories for the assessment of movie executives; Characterization of the dimensions evaluated in the survey.


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