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1 TELV SION &VIDEO ALMANAC 75 anniversary 1990

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4 1990 INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION & VIDEO ALMANAC 35th Edition Editor: JANE KLAIN British Editor: WILLIAM PAY Canadian Editor: PATRICIA THOMPSON Quigley Publishing Company, Inc. 159 West 53rd Street, New York, N.Y (212)

5 Foreword In 1990 as the television and video industries continue to undergo vast changes, Quigley Publishing Company celebrates its 75th anniversary of publication under one continuous ownership and management. Completely revised and thoroughly updated annually, the International Television and Video Almanac, since 1955, and its companion volume, the International Motion Picture Almanac, since 1929, have served as indispensable reference tools to the industry, providing the hard data necessary to keep abreast of this constant flux and growth. This 35th edition of the International Television and Video Almanac features expanded coverage throughout, including the addition of 200 new biographies of emergent filmmakers, actors, exhibitors and video and television executives to the nearly 5000 career profiles in the Who's Who. Also included is a 75th Anniversary history of Quigley Publishing Company. I wish to thank the following friends and colleagues for generously sharing their expert knowledge: Alvin Marill, David Bartholomew, Roger Christiansen, Jim Tamulis, Larry Cohn, Ernest Cunningham, Mary Ann Grasso, Lloyd Ibert, Alan Barbour, Michael Schau, and most of all Stephen Klain. Thanks also to Robert McDonald, former Almanac editor Richard Gertner, Michelle Mart, George Groneman and Dick Rizzo for their invaluable assistance. -JANE KLAIN 35th Edition INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION & VIDEO ALMANAC For 1990 ISSN: ISBN: Contents copyrighted 1990 by Quigley Publishing Company, 159 West 53rd St., New York, N.Y Publications of general circulation may reproduce material in this volume if proper credit is given to Television & Video Almanac; reproduction by all other means, print or electronic, without written permission is expressly forbidden. PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

6 Rank Film Laboratories The International Performer Rank Film Laboratories North Orbital Road, Denham, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB9 5HO Tel: Telex: 934"04 Fax: e s s

7 Table of Contents INDEX OF SUBJECTS 6-A 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF QUIGLEY PUBLICATIONS 19-A TELEVISION YEAR IN REVIEW 23-A STATISTICS 26-A AWARDS: EMMY, DIRECTORS GUILD, GOLDEN GLOBE 26-A INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVALS AND MARKETS 34-A WHO'S WHO SERVICES TELEVISION HISTORIES OF THE NETWORKS COMPANIES AND PERSONNEL PRODUCERS & DISTRIBUTORS OF TELEVISION PROGRAMS PROGRAMS -NETWORK AND SYNDICATED MOTION PICTURES MADE FOR TELEVISION & MINI SERIES TELEVISION STATIONS CABLE TELEVISION ADVERTISING AGENCIES & STATION REPRESENTATIVES ORGANIZATIONS & FILM COMMISSIONS THE PRESS THE INDUSTRY IN GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND THE WORLD MARKET HOME VIDEO STATISTICS & HISTORY HOME VIDEO COMPANIES MAJOR VIDEO RETAILERS EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS CONSUMER AND TRADE PUBLICATIONS TRADE ASSOCIATIONS VIDEO PRODUCTION SERVICES HOME VIDEO WORLD MARKET & VIDEO DISTRIBUTORS A

8 A Paramount Communications Company

9 ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF SUBJECTS A A.B. Enterprises 417 ABC Distribution Co. 417, 634 ABC News,Weintraub Prods. 417 ABC Video Enterprises 634 ABR Entertainment Co. 417 A.I.P. Home Video 634 ALS Production Services 417 A & M Video 634 A M Productions Home Video 634 ANS International Video Ltd. 634 A.P.A. Studios 417 ARC Video, Inc. 634 AV Designs 634 AVS, Inc. 634 AW Industries 634 Aardvark Video 679 Academy Film Productions, Inc. 417 Academy Entertainment, Inc. 634 Academy of Television Arts and Sciences 551 Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Awards A Academy Video 679 Acorn Sports, Inc. 679 Act Ill Entertainment of Tennessee 417 Act Ill Television 417 Active Home Video 634 Actor's Equity 551 Adelphia Communications Corp. 534 Admit One Video Presentations 635 Advanced American Communications 635 Adventures In Cassettes 635 Advertising Agencies Great Britain 601 U.S 543 Advertising Council 551 Advertising Research Foundation 551 Alameda County Office of Education 635 Alden Films 417 Alice in Videoland Ltd. 679 All American Television 417 All American Video -Los Osos 679 All Seasons Entertainment 635 Allen, Lewis, Prods. 635 Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers 551 Almi Television Prods. 417 Alternative Video 679 Amblin Entertainment 417 American Adventure Prods. 417 American Advertising Federation 551 American Association of Advertising Agencies 551 American Box Office Video Inc. 679 American Cinema Editors 552 American Drug Stores 679 American Federation of Musicians 552 American Federation of Television and Radio Artists 552 American Guild of Musical Artists 552 American Guild of Variety Artists 552 American Home Video Library 635 American Humane Assn. 553 American Humanist Association 635 American Medical Television 635 American Movie Classics 537 American Red Cross 635 American Society of Cinematographers 553 American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers 553 American Sports Network, Inc. 635 American TV & Communications Corp. 534 American Video Works 635 Amrit Productions, Inc., 417, 635 Amstar Prods. 635 Animation 358 Animated Productions, Inc. 417 Anovid Inc. 635 Anti -Defamation League of B'nai B'rith 635 Morris Anton Associates 635 Anubis Productions International 635 Apex Productions Inc. 636 Appalshop, Inc. 636 Applause Video 679 Apple Prods. 636 Arena Home Video 636 Arlington Film Studios 417 Armenian Film Foundation 636 Arnold & Associates Productions Inc 636 Artec Distributing Inc. 636 Arthur Co., The 417 Artists Video Productions 636 Artmusic, Inc. 636 Arts & Entertainment Network 537 artsamerica Inc. 636 Artzco Pictures, Inc. 418 Asia Society 636 Asian Cinevision 553 Asseyev, Tamara, Prods., Inc. 418 Associated Actors and Artistes of America 553 Associated Press Broadcast Services 418 Associated Television Int'I. 418 Associations, U.S 550 British 602 Association of Independent Commercial Producers 553 Association of Independent Television Stations 554 Association of Independent Video & Filmmakers 554 Association of National Advertisers A

10 Association of Talent Agents 554 Bosustow Video 638 At the Movies 679 Box Office Hits Inc. 638 Atlantic Film 636 Bradford Video 680 Atlantic Television 418 Braverman Productions 419 Atlantic Video Co. Inc. 636 Bravo 537 Atlantis Films Ltd. 418 Bray Studios 419 Atlantis Prods. 637 Breger Video, Inc. 638 Audio Visuals of Tampa, Inc. 679 Bridgeport Video 680 Aura Prods. 418 Brighton Video 638 Aurora Educational Media Inc. 637 British (see Great Britain) Aurora General Entertainment 418 Britannica Training & Development 680 Authors' Guild 554 Broadcast Pioneers 554 Authors League of America 554 Broadcast Quality, Inc. 638 Avetka Productions Inc. 637 Broadman 638 Axon Video Corp. 637 Broadway Video 680 Award Winners 30-A Brookfield Productions, Inc. 419 Brooklyn College 638 Brookshire Brothers Inc. 680 B Brown, Barry, Brilling Prod., Inc. 419 Budget Video, Inc. 639, 680 Bullfrog Films 639 Buena Vista Home Video 639 Buena Vista Productions 399 BBC Television Enterprises 418 Buena Vista Television 399, 419 BBC;Lionheart Television 418 Burrud, Bill, Prods., Inc. 419 BFA Educational Media 637 Butterfly Video Productions 639 BMI 554 B.T. Supply Inc. 637 Baker & Taylor Video 679 Bandera Enterprises, Inc. 637 Banff Television Festival 554 C Banner Associates, Inc., Bob 418 Barbre Productions Inc. 418 Barnes & Noble Inc. 679 CBS Entertainment Prods. 419 Baron, Robert & Associates 418 CBS/Fox Video 639 Barr Films 637 CBS, Inc. 396 Barris Industries, Inc. 418 CBS Video Club/CBS Video Library 639 Barry, Ben, & Associates 418 CBS Broadcast Intl. 639 Barry & Enright Prods. 418 CC Studios/Children's Circle 639 Basic Skills Video 637 CCW Productions 419 Bay Port Productions 637 CEL Communications 420 Beacon Films 637 CNBC 537 Beagle Group 418 Cable Films & Video 639 Bee Gee Records & Tapes, Inc. 679 Cable News Network 537 Beerger, Norman Prods. 637, 679 Cable News Network Headline News 537 Behrens Co. 418 Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network 537 Bellevue Home Entertainment 637 Cable Television 532 Bennett Marine Video 637 Cable Television Information Center 554 Bennu Productions Inc. 638 Cablevlsion Systems Corp. 534 Bergman -Harris Prods. 418 Calypso Video, Inc. 639 Best Film & Video Corp 419, 638 Camelot Entertainment 419 Beverly Hills Videocentre, Inc. 679 Camp Home Video 639 Binder Entertainment 419 Campus, Steve, Prods. 419, 639 Biographies Camrac Studios 639 Black Entertainment Television 537 Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd. 680 Blackhawk Catalogue, Inc. 638, 679 Candlelight Studios 640 Blackstone, Milton, Associates 419 Cannel!, Stephen J., Prods. 419 Blackwood, Michael Prods 638 Cape Cod Writers Conference 640 Blair Entertainment 419 Capezio Ballet Makers 640 Blank's, Les, Flower Films & Video 638, 680 Capital Cities/ABC, Inc. 393 Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. 680 Capital Communications 640 Bochco, Steven, Prods. 419 Capitol Home Video 640 Book -of-the-month Club, Inc. 638 Capitol Records 640 7A

11 . Captain Video 680 Congress Video Group, Inc. 642 Cardinal Communications, Inc. 534 Connoisseur Video 642 Care Video Productions 640 Consultants 360 Carlson, George, & Associates 419 Contempo Communications, Inc. 421 Carousel Music & Video 680 Continental Cablevision 534 Carson Prods. 419 Cooke Cable Vision Inc. 534 Carthay Sound Stage 419 Copps Corp., The 681 Casablanca Productions 419 Coproducers Corp 421 Castle Hill Television 420 Coral Pictures Corp. 421 Catalina Video Distributing 640 Corinth Films and Video 642 Catholic Actors Guild 554 Cornell University Audio Visual Center 642 Catholic TV Network -Bay Area Dioceses 640 Corniche Prods. Ltd. 421 Celebrity Home Entertainment 640 Coronet MTI Film & Video 642 Central Sun Video Co. 640 Corporation for Public Broadcasting 555 Centre Films Inc. 640 Corradine, Tom J., & Associates 421 Century Home Video 640 Costumes and Uniforms 361 Champions of Film & Video 640 Covenant Video 642 Charisma Artists Corp. 420 Cox Cable Communications 534 Chase, Doris Productions 641 Cox, William G., Film Enterprises 421 Cherry Lane Video 641 Craven, Thomas, Film Corporation 421 Children's Television Workshop 397 Creative Programming 421, 642 Christ for the Nations 641 Creative Tax Planning Assoc. 643 Christian Broadcasting Network 537 Creative Visions Video 643 Christophers 641 Crocus Entertainment 643 Christopher's Video West, Inc. 680 Crosby, Bing, Prods. 421 Chronicle Video Cassettes 641 Crossover Programming Co. 421 Churchill Films, Inc. 641 Crown Video 643 Cinar Films 420 Crystallus Films 643 Cinecraft Prods. 420 Crystal Pictures 421 Cinema Concepts, Inc. 641, 680 A.S. Csaky Motion Picture & Video Prods. 643 Cunningham Dance Foundation 643 Cinema Guild 641 Cinema Shares Int'I. TV 420 Custom Films/Video 643 Cutting Rooms 362 Cinemagreats 641 Cinemax 537 Cinergy Entertainment 641 Cinetel Productions 641 Cineworld Corp. 420 City Film Productions, Inc. 420 Cycle Vision Tours Czar Prods., Inc. City Lights Home Video D 641, 681 City One Stop 641 Clark, Dick, Prods. 420 Classic Family Entertainment 641 DIC Enterprises, Inc. 421 Claster TV Prods 420 B. Dalton Bookseller 681 Clear Channel Broadcasting Service 555 Damon & Grace Corp. 643 Coast Special Effects 420 Dawn's Video 643, 681 Coast Telecourses 641 Daya, Inc. 643 Color Leasing, Inc. 641 Depicto Films, Inc. 421 Colorization by Computer 359 Development Communications, Inc. 643 Columbia Pictures International Television Devillier Donegan Enterprises 421 Columbia Pictures Television 398, 420 Diamond Entertainment 644 Columbia Video Bible Series 642 Di Bono, Vin, Prods. 421 Comcast Cable Communications 534 Digital Touch 644 Comex Systems 642 Digital Vision Entertainment Ltd. 421 Commercial Jingles 359 Direct Cinema Limited, Inc. 644 Commtron Corp. 642 Directions Int'I. Inc. 421 Communication Arts Corp. 420 Directors Guild of America 555 Communication Comm. of Nat'l. Churches Discount Video Tapes, Inc. 644, 681 of Christ 420, 555 Discovery Channel 537 Compuvid 642 Disney Channel 538 Concord Video 642 Disney Educational Productions 644 Concordia Publishing House 642 Disney Home Video 644 Condor Pictures, Inc. 421 Disney, Walt, Pictures and Television 399 8A

12 Disney, Walt Company 399 Family Video 681 Distributors, Home Video 633 Fanlight Productions 646 Dixie Entertainment Prods. 421, 644 Faye, Doris, Productions 422 Dobovan Prods. 644 Fedderson, Don, Productions 422 Documentary Educational Resources Inc. 644 Federal Communications Commission 555 Dodd Camera & Video 681 The Federated Group 681 Doko Communications 644 Ferde Grofe Films 646 Double Vision Video Prods. 644 Festival Films 646 Doubleday Book and Record Clubs, Inc. 681 Filmack Studios 422 Downtown Video 681 Filmation 422 Dramatists Guild 555 Film Company, The 422 Dubie-Do Productions 421 Film Exchanges 385 Dudkowski-Lynch Associates 644 Film ideas, Inc. 646 Dunn Cal Studios 421 Film/Jamel Prods. 422 Film Libraries, Stock -Shot 364 Film Processing, Raw Stock and Storage 364 Film Storage Vaults 366 E Films Five, Inc. 422 Films for the Humanities & Sciences 418 Films of the Nations 422 ESPN 538 Financial Video Resources 646 Eagle/Horowitz Prods. 422 First Run/Icarus Films, Inc. 646 Eagle Productions Ltd. 644 Films Made for TV 452 East Texas Distributing 644 Financial News Network 538 Eastin Phelan Corp. 645 Financing Companies & Banking Services 367 Eastman Kodak Company 399 First Movie Exchange of Colorado 646 Echo Film Prods. 645 First Run Features 646 Editing Equipment 362 First Video Exchange 647 Educational Activities Video 645 Focus International, Inc. 647 Educational Video, Inc. 645 Format Productions, Inc. 422 Edwards, Ralph, Productions, 422 Forum Home Video 647 Electronic Industries Assn. 555 Four Point Entertainment 647 Electronic University 645 Four Star international 422 Emory Medical TV Network Blue Prods. 422 Empire Televisión 422 Fox Broadcasting Co. 400 Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corp Fox, Harry Agency 556 Entertainment Prods. 422, 645 Fox Hills Video 647 Enter -Tel, Inc. 645 Fox, Inc. 400 Environmental Video, Inc. 645 Fox/Lorber Associates 422, 647 Episcopal Actors Guild 555 Fox Television Stations, Inc. 400 Episcopal Radio-TV Foundation, 645 Frank, Sandy Entertainment 422 Equestrian Video Library, 645 Fraser Prods., Woody 422 Ergo Media 645 Freewheelin' Films Ltd. 647 Erol's Inc. 681 Freemantle Corp. 423 Evergreen Video Society 645 French & Spanish Book Corp. 681 Everybody's Records Tapes & Video Fries 681 Distribution Co. 423 Everything Video 645 Fries Home Video 647 Eye Contact, Inc. 646 Full Moon Video 647 Funt, Allen, Prods. 423 F G FFH Video 646 FJC-Intellimedia, Inc. 646 G & A Stores, Inc. 682 Facets Multimedia, Inc. 646 G.G. Communications 647 Fairfield Video Partner I 681 GGP Prods./Sports 423 Fairview Audiovisuals 646 GME Piano Video 647 Falcon West Media 646 GN Communications, Ltd. 423, 647 Family Films 422 GTG Entertainment 401, 423 Family Home Entertainment 646 Galaxie Productions, Inc A

13 Galaxy Group Gateway Films Gaylord Prod. Company Gaynes Prods. Genesis Project, Inc. Gilson International Glen Glenn Sound Co , Glenar Studios 423 Glenn Video Vistas 648 Global American Television 423 Global Video Distributors, Inc. 648 Global Village 648 Globe Three Inc. 648 Gold, Melvin L., Enterprises 423 Golden Bay Video 648 Golden Productions 648 Goldwyn, Samuel, Television 423 Goodson, Mark, Productions 423 Goodtimes/Kid Klassics 648 Gorgon Video 648 Gospel Films, Inc. 648 Gospel Video 648 Goulding-Elliott-Greybar Productions 424 Government Film Bureaus 382 Go -Video, Inc. 648 Granada Television International 424, 648 Grant, Sherry, Enterprises 424 Grass Roots Network 648 Gravity Sports Films 648 Gray -Schwartz Enterprises 424 Grundy Reg Prods., Grunko Films, Inc. Gutman, Leo A., Inc. Guymark Studios HBO Video 649 HCP Research 649 HPG Home Video 649 H -R Prods. 424 Handel Film Corp. 424 Hands on Productions 649 Hanna -Barbera Prods. 424 Hanna -Barbera Video 649 Hargrove, Dean, Prods. 424 Harmon, Larry, Pictures 425 Harmony Gold, U.S A 425 Harmony Vision 649 Harpo Prods. 425 Harris-Tuchman Prods., Inc. 425 Harriscope Corporation 425 Hartley Film Foundation 649 Health Media of America 649 Hearst Marine Books 649, 682 Hellos Prods. 425 Great American Broadcasting Co. 401 Henley, Arthur, Productions 425 Great Britain & Ireland Henson Prods. 425 Academy Awards 584 Henwood Cinema Video 649 Advertising Agencies 601 Heritage Communications 534 Associations 602 Hewlett-Packard 649 Camera Equipment 596 HI-Tops Video, 649 Costume Suppliers 601 Alfred Higgins Prods., Inc. 649 Equipment Manufacturers 596 High Gate Pictures 649 Financial Services 701 Hollywood Home Theatres 649 Government Units & Program Hollywood Intl. Film Corp. of America 649 Contractors 585 Home & Industrial Distributors 649 Home Video Distributors 744 Home Box Office 538 Laboratories 597 Home Film Festival 682 Libraries, Film & Music 597 Home Movies, Inc. 682 News Film Services 600 Home Shopping Networks 538 Producers and Distributors 589 Home Theatre Video 682 Satellite-Cable Broadcasters 588 Home Video Services for Producers 596 Consumer and Trade Publications 697 Studios 600 Distributors in the World Market 740 Recording Studios 598 Equipment Manufacturers 690 Titling-Special Effects 599 Major Video Retail Stores 678 Trade Publications 604 Production Companies 633 Year in Review 578 Services 705 Great Entertainment Co., Inc. 424 Statistics 620 Greatest Fights of the Century Inc. 424 Trade Associations 702 Green Mountain Post Films 648 Wholesale Distributors 633 Greenburg, Earl, Organization 424 World Market 731 Greenleaf Video, Inc. 682 Home Video Network, Inc. 682 Greystone Communications 424 Home Vision 649 Griffin, Merv, Enterprises 401, 424 Hot Licks Prods., Inc. 650 Grolier Book Clubs 682 Houghton Mifflin Co. 650 Group W. Prods. 424 Hyde Park Media OA H

14 IATSE (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees & Moving Pictures Operators of the U.S. & Canada) (AFL-CIO) 556 IFEX Films 650, 682 IRS Video 650 ITA Publications 650 ITC Entertainment 425 ITV Productions Ltd. 650 IVCC 650 Image Entertainment 650 Image Factory 650 Image Makers of Pittsford 650 Image Organization, Inc. 425, 650 Images Video & Film Archive 651 Imagine Films Entertainment 425 Imagine Org., Inc. 425 Imperial Entertainment Corp. 651 Important Records 651 Increase Video 651 Independent -International Pictures 425 Independent Network Inc. 425 Indiana University Audio -Visual Center 651 Ingram Video 651 lnnerquest Communications Corp. 651 Instant Replay Video Magazine 651 Intermedia Arts Minnesota 651 institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers 556 Instructional Video Cassette Corp. 651 Inter -Global Communications 651 Interlingual TV, K.K 426 International Audio -Visual, Inc. 652 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 558 International Creative Management 401 International Film Bureau Inc. 426 International Film Exchange 426 International Film Foundation, Inc. 652 International Historic Films 652 International Home Video 652 International Marketing Services 652 International Motion Picture Almanac (see Quigley Publishing Co.) 570 International Radio & Television Society 558 International Sailing Products 652, 682 International Sunday School Lesson 652 International Television & Video Almanac (see Quigley Publishing Co.) 570 International Video 682 International Video Entertainment 682 Interstate Group 682 Ivy Video 652 J J2 Communications, Inc. 652 JCI Video Vesting 652 JEF Films 426, 652 JMJ Prods. 652 J & R Film Co., Inc. 653 Jem Records 653 Jones Intercable Inc. 534 Journal Films, Inc. 653 Joyce Media, Inc. 653 K KLW International 426 K -Video Prods. 653 KVC Atlantic Home Video 653 Kaleidoscope Home Video 682 Kalmbach Publishing Co. 653 Keach, Stacy, Prods. 426 Keep the Faith, Inc. 653 Keith, Allan, Prods., Inc. 653 Kempner, M.A., Inc. 426 Kennen Publishing 653 Key Video 653 Kllliam Shows, Inc. 426 King Features Entertainment, Inc. 426 King International Corp. 426 King World Prods. 426 King's Video Center 682 Klein, Walter J., Co. Ltd. 426, 653 Krantz, Steve, Prods. 426 Krofft Picture Corp. 426 Kultur Intl. Films Ltd 654 Kushner -Locke Co. 426 L LBS Communications 426 Landsburg Co., Inc. 427 Lane, Don Pictures, Inc. 427 Laufman, Herbert S. & Co. 427 Lawren Productions Inc. 654 Lawrence, Robert, Enterprises 427 Leach Entertainment 427 Learn, Inc. 654 Learning Channel, The 538 Learning Corp. of America 654 Learning Edge Video 682 Legalvislon, Inc. 654 Leisure Enterprises Ltd. 654 Leisure Time Products 3M 654 Leonard, Herbert, Enterprises, Inc. 427 Levinson Entertainment 427 Liberty Entertainment 654 Liberty Studios Inc. 427 Lieb, Jack, Prods. 427 Life Video Gospel Assn. 654 Lifetime 538 Lighting Equipment A

15 Ligonier Ministries, Inc. 654 Mediacast TV 657 Lionheart Television Intl. 427 Meeting House Prods. 657 Listening Library, 654, 683 Merchandisers 370 Literary and Talent Agencies 379 Mercury Films 657 The Little Red Filmhouse 654 Meredith Corp., Better Home & Garden Llamavision 655 Book Club 683 Long Drug Stores 683 Metacom Audio Publishing Group 657 Lorimar Home Video 655 Metro Video Prods. 657 Lorimar Television 401, 427 Metropolitan Museum of Art 657 Lott Video Productions, Inc. 427 Mill City Entertainment, Inc. 657 Million Dollar Video Corp. 657 Milner-Fenwick, Inc. 429 Mindware Video Programming 657 M Mode 2 Prods. 429 Modern Sound Pictures, Inc. 429 Modern Talking Picture Service 429 Moffit-Lee Prods. 429 MAS Productions 655, 683 Mogul Communications, Inc. 657 MCA Television 402, 427 Mokin, Althur, Prods., Inc. 658 MCA Distributing Group 655 Monterey Home Video 658 MCEG, Inc./Manson Int'I. 428, 655 Montgomery Video Inc. 683 MGM UA Communications Co. 402 Morcratt Films, Inc. 658 MGM'UA Home Video, Inc. 655 Morris, William, Agency, Inc. 415 MGM,UA Telecommunications 402 Morris Video 658, 683 MGM/UA Television Productions Group 402 Mossman Williams Prods. 658 MGS Services 428 Motion Picture Almanac (publication) 570 MMI Video Inc. 655 Motion Picture Service Co. 429 MPO Videotronics, inc. 428 Motor Cycle Video 658 MRC Films & Video 428 Motown Prods. 429 M.S. Distributing Co. 655 Movie Buff Video 658 MSI Video 683 Movie Exchange, The 683 MSV Distributors 656 Movie Merchants, Inc. 658, 683 MTM Enterprises 403, 428 Movietonews, Inc. 429 MTV Networks 538 Movies Tonite 683 Macmillan Video 656 Movies Unlimited 683 Madison Square Garden Network 428 Multimedia Entertainment 429 Magic Window 656 Multi -Video Inc. 658 Magna Systems, Inc. 656 Multi Vision of Denver 658 Magno Sound & Video 403 Muppet Home Video 658 Magnum Entertainment 656 Museum of Modern Art, Latin America 658 Mail Box Music 683 Music Media 658 Mercedes Maharis Prods. 656 Music, Music Libraries and Music Cutting 370 Major League Baseball Prods. 656 Music Plus 683 Major Video 683 Musical Sales Company 684 Major Video Concepts 656 Maljack Prods., Inc. 656 Manley Productions, Inc. 429 Manzi Video Sales, Inc. 683 Marathon International Productions, Inc. 429 N Market Place, The 656 Market Research 369 Market W Prods., Inc. 656 NATPE International 559 Marvel Prods. Ltd. 429 NBC Intl. Ltd. 429 Mass Media Video Ministries 656 NBC News Video Archives 429 Master Arts Video 656 NBC Productions 405 MasterVislon 656 NFL Films 658 Mattingly Prods., Ltd. 656 NSI Video 658 McKay, Cameron, Prods., Inc. 656 Naidoff Associates 658 Medallion Prods. 656 Nantucket Video Inc. 684 Medallion TV Enterprises, Inc. 429 Narrative Video Network 659 Media Bus, Inc. 657 Nashville Network 538 Media Concepts, Inc. 657 National Academy of Television Arts Media Home Entertainment 657 and Sciences A

16 National Association of Broadcasters National Association of Public Television Stations National Broadcasting Co. National Cable Television Assn. National Film Board of Canada National Federation of Local Cable Programmers National Geographic Television National Golf Foundation National Music Publishers Assn. National Peregrine, Inc. Natural Reflections Video Nebulae Prods. Needham, Sara Gallery Nelson Entertainment (North American Home Video) Nelvana Networks New Age Video, Inc. New & Unique Videos New Breed Music New Century Telecommunications NewChannels Corp. New Liberty Films New Orleans Video Access Center New World Video New Video Center, Inc. New World Entertainment, New York Times Prods. New York Women in Film Nightingale -Conant Corp. Norstar Intl. Video Corp. Nostalgia Merchant Nostalgic Prods. Nova Video Art Noveck, Fima, Productions o Ocean Video Inc. Odyssey Filmmakers Odyssey Productions, Inc. On -Site Video One Up Productions O'Neill and Jeffries Film Prods. Optical Data Corp. Optical Programming Associates Orbis Communications Organizations Great Britain U.S World Market Original Face Video Orlon Home Video Orion Television Entertainment Outdoor News Network Owens, Jim, Companies 559 Owensby, Earl, Studios 430 Ozman Inc P P.A.T. Film 659 Services, Inc Pacific Art Video 661 Pacific 659 Intl. Enterprises 430, 661 Pacific Trade 659 Group 661 Pakula 659 Productions Palladium Entertainment 430 Palmer Video Corp. 661, Panic Distributing Co Paperback Video, Inc Paradise Video Inc Paragon Video Prods. 535 Paramount Home Video , 684 Paramount Television Group 407, Parent's Magazine Enterprises Parker, Tom, Motion Pictures Pat Film & Video Services Pathe Pictures Pathmark Peak Performance, Inc , 430 Perennial Education, Inc Permanent Charities Committee Phipps and Co. Prods Phoenix Communications Group, Inc., The Phoenix Films, Inc Picture Start, Inc Plainsong Productions Playboy Channel, The Playhouse Video 662 Plus A Video, Ltd. 662 Pola Prods., Inc. 662 Polo Trade Corp. 662 Polygram Video Music U.S. 662 Post -Newsweek Cable 535 Potentials Unlimited, Inc. 662 Premier Film, Video & Recording Corp. 431 Press, The 660 Newspaper Listing Trade Publications Price Stern Sloan, Inc Prime Cable Corp Prime T.V. Films, Inc Prince Leopard Film Prods., Inc Prism Prism Entertainment Corp Procter & Gamble Prods. 431 Producer -Writers Guild of America Pension Plan Producers Intl. Corp Professional Research, Inc Programs 660 Films Made for TV Network , 430 Syndicated Program Syndication Services Progress Research, Inc A

17 Properties and Scenery ProSery TV Public Access Producers Assn. Public Broadcasting Service Public Production Group Publications , Home Video 697 Trade 570 Publicity Representatives 601 Publishers Central Bureau 684 Pueblo Home Video, Inc. 684 PyraVid Intl. 663 Q Qintex Entertainment 431 Quadrus Media Ministry, Inc. 663 Quality Life Publishing, Inc. 684 Quality Program Sales 431 Quality Video Service 663 Quanta, Ltd. 408, 431 Questar Video Inc. 663 Quigley Publishing Company 570 R RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video 663 RICON Enterprises 663 RKO Warner Home Video 684 RMI Media Prods., Inc. 663 Radio and Television Packagers, Inc. 431 Radio Vision International 663 Radio Vision Video 663 Raedon Prods. 664 Ragsdale, Carl, Associates, Ltd. 431 Rainbow Program Enterprises 538 Random House 664 Rank Precision Industries 408 Rare Bird Video Inc. 684 Rasky, Harry, Productions, Inc. 431 Ravenswood Prods. 664 Raw Stock Manufacturers 372 Raymond Intl. 431 Reader's Digest 664 Record & Video Warehouse 684 Red Fox Video 684 Redlln Productions, Inc. 431 Reel Images, 664 Reeves Corporate Services 664 Reeves Entertainment Group 431 Regency Home Video 664 Rego Irish Records & Tapes, Inc. 664 Rehabfilm 664, 684 Rental Studios and Production Facilities 372 Rentrak Corp. 664 Republic Pictures Corp. 409, 431 Republic Pictures Home Video 664 Request Television 539 Research Press 664 Retail Stores, Home Video 678 Rhapsody Films 664 Rhino Video 664 Rich, Ed, Prods., Inc. 664 Richards, Bob/Chatham Films 665 Richman Brothers 665 Rite Aid Corp. 685 Riverside Distributing Co. 665 Riviera Productions 431 Rizzoli Video 665, 685 Robb Mavins Productions, Inc. 665 Rocky Mountain Motion Pictures 665 Rodaie Press, Inc. 665 Roffman, Richard H., Associates 432 Rogers Communications, Inc. 535 Rosenberg, Henry, & Associates 665 Rourke, Jack, Productions 432 Ruby -Spears Enterprises 432.s SBI Video 665 SESAC, Inc. 560 SFM Entertainment 432 S.I. Video 665 STS/Shehan Televideo 665 SVS, Inc. 665 Saban Int'I. Services 432 Saban Prods./Haim Saba 432 Sammons Communications 535 Sandollar Prods. 432 San Francisco Rush Video 665 Saturn Prods., Inc. 665 Scenery and Properties 371 Schaefer-Karpf Productions 432 Schlaffer, George, Prods. 432 Schnuck Markets Inc. 685 Schwartz Brothers 665 Scotti/Vinnedge Television 432 Screen Actors Guild 560 Screening Rooms 374 Sea -TV 666 Sears and Roebuck, Co. 685 Seen -by -Scene Prods. 666 SelecTV of California 539 Self Improvement Video, Inc. 666 Self -Reliance Foundation 666 Service Electric Cable TV 535 Services Advertising Representatives 380 Animation 358 Colorization by Computer 359 Commercial Jingles 359 Completion Guarantees and Bonding 360 Consultants 360 Costumes & Uniforms A

18 Cutting Rooms 362 Editing Equipment 362 Film Exchanges 385 Film Preservation 366 Film Processing, Labs, Raw Stock 364 Film Storage 366 Financing Companies & Banking Services 367 Government Film Bureaus 382 Home Video 705 Laboratories 364 Lighting Equipment 367 Market Research 369 Merchandisers 370 Music, Music Libraries, Music Cutting 370 Properties and Scenery 371 Publicity Representatives 601 Raw Stock Manufacturers 372 Rental Studios and Production Facilities 372 Screening Rooms 374 Sound and Recording Services 371 Stock -Shot Film Libraries 377 Stop Watches 377 Subtitles 378 Talent and Literary Agencies 379 Trailer Distributors 378 Shapiro/Glickenhaus Home Video 666 Shapiro, Arnold, Prods. 432 Sherwood Video Production Co. 666 Shokus Video 666 ShowtimeThe Movie Channel 539 Sight & Sound Distributors 666 Silent Network 539 Silverback-Lazarus Group 432 Silverman Co., Fred 432 Single Concept Films 666 Slesinger, Stephen Inc. 432 Snoopy's Home Video Library 666 Society of Manufacturing Engineers 666 Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers 560 Softni-USA 666 Songwriters Guild of America 561 Sonoma Video Prods. 666 Sony Corp. of America 409 Sony Video Communications 666 Sound and Recording Services 371 Sound Warehouse 685 Source Video Distributing Co., Inc. 667 South Gate Entertainment 667 Southern Star Prods. 432 Spalla, Rick, Video Productions 432 Special Interest Video 667 Spectacor Films 432 Spectacor Home Video 667 Spectradyne 535 Spectrum Video 667 Spelling, Aaron, Productions 432 Spinnaker Software Corp. 667 Sports Films & Talents, Inc. 667 Sports Performance Corp. 667 Sports World Cinema 667 Sportsmen on Film 667 Spotlight Video 667 Stansbury Stereo and Video Center 685 Star Classics Inc. 667 Star Video Entertainment 667 Stars to Go, Inc. 667, 685 Station Representatives Assn. 561 Stations U.S. and Territories & Possessions 462 World Market 605 Statistics 26-A Stewart, Bob Productions 433 Stock -Shots -Films Libraries 377 Stop Watches 377 Storer Communications 535 Studio Equipment 372 Stuart, Martha, Communications, Inc. 668 Subtitles 378 Summit Media Co. 668 Sun Video 668 Sunbow Productions 433 Sunset Software 685 Sunshine Communications 668 Supreme Video Works 668 Surf Video Network, Inc. 668 Survival Anglica Ltd. 433 SyberVision Systems, Inc. 668 Syndicast Services 433 Syndistar, Inc. 668 T TCA Cable TV 535 TFI 433 TMS Entertainment 433 TV Art Int'I. 433 TV Collector 668, 685 TV Sports Scene, Inc. 668 Taffner, D.L. Ltd. 433 Tall Pony Prods. 433 Tamarelle's French Film House 668 Teaching Films, Inc. 668 TeleAmerica Entertainment 433 Telecine Film Studios 433 Telecine Spanish Video 669 Tele -Communications, Inc. 535 Telefilm Co., Inc./Saturn Prods. 669 Telemated Motion Pictures 433 Telemount Pictures, Inc. 433 Telequest, Inc. 669 TeleVentures 433 Tele -Video Enterprises, Inc. 685 Television & Video Almanac (publication) 570 Television Bureau of Advertising 561 Television Program Enterprises 433 Teleworld, Inc. 433 Telstar Channel 539 Telstar Inc. 669 Texas Community Antennas Group 535 Theatre Authority A

19 Theta Mark Home Video, Inc. 669 National Endowment for the Humanities 383 Third Coast Productions 669 Securities and Exchange Commission 384 Thomas, Bob, Productions 433 Smithsonian Institution 384 Thompson Consumer Electronics 409 U.S. Information Agency 384 Thomson Productions, Inc. 669 U.S. International Trade Commission 384 3M Co./Leisure Time Products 669 USA Network 539 Time -Life Home Video 669 USA Home Video 670 Times Mirror Cable Television 535 Understanding Personal Computers 670 Titus Productions, Inc. 434 Unicorn Video, Inc. 670 Tobias, Herb, & Associates 434 Unisys Corp. 670 Today Home Entertainment 669 United Artists Cablesystems Corp. 535 Touchstone Home Video 669 United Cable Television Corp. 536 Tournament Video Tapes 669 United Entertainment, Inc. 670 Tower Productions 434, 539, 669 United Home Video 670 Tower Video 685 United Nations-Information Products Division 561 Townsend, James, Enterprises 685 United Press International 434 Toys "R" Us 685 United States Catholic Conference 561 Trade Publications 570 United Video, Inc. 685 Transvue TV Intl. 434 Universal Home Video 670 Trans World Intl. 434 Universal Television 410, 434 Transworld Video Inc. 669, 685 Universal Video 686 Tribune Entertainment 434 University of Southern California 686 Tri -Coast Video, Inc. 670 Univision Holdings, Inc. 410, 539 Trinity Broadcasting 539 Upswing Artists Management Ltd. 670 Troma, Inc. 670 Trophy Video 670 Trylon Video 670 Turn of the Century Fights, Inc. 434 V Turner Program Services 434 Turner Network Television 539 Twentieth Television Corp. 409, 434 Two Star Films, Inc. 670 U VC II Home Video 671 V.I.E.W. Video Inc. 671 VIP Video 671 VP,AC Video Inc. 671 Valiant International Pictures 435 Van Dam Prods. 671 Van Praag Productions 435 Vanguard Video 671 UACC Midwest 536 Vencompass, Inc. 671 UPA Productions of America 434 Veritas Prods. 435 U.S. Gov't. Film & Media Services Versatile Television Productions, Inc. 435 Department of Agriculture 382 Vestron Television 435 Department of Commerce 382 Vestron Video 671 Department of Defense 382 Viacom Cable 536 Department of Education 382 Viacom Inc. 410 Department of Energy 382 Viacom International 410, 435 Department of Health and Human Services 382 Vidamerica 671 Department of Housing and Urban Vid -Dimension, Inc. 671 Development 382 Video Department of the Interior 382 Video Action 671 Department of Justice 382 Video Age, Inc. 686 Department of Labor 383 Video Aided Instruction, Inc. 671 Department of State 383 Video Album Ltd. 672 Department of Transportation 383 Video Arts Intl., Inc. 672 Department of Treasury 383 Video Biz 686 Environmental Protection Agency 383 Video Biz -North Shore, Inc. 686 Federal Communications Commission 383 Video Boulevard, Inc. 686 Federal Trade Commission 383 Video Cassette Marketing Corp. 672 Library of Congress 383 Video Center Stores 686 National Archives and Records Video Centre 686 Administration 383 Video Channel Inc. 686 National Endowment for the Arts 383 Video Circuit, The A

20 Video City Prods. 672 Video City Stores 686 Video Connection 672, 686 Video Connection of America, Inc. 686 Video Corner 686 Video Cove 686 Video Crossroads 686 Video Dimensions 672 Video Dynamics 672 Video Experience 686 Video Flicks 687 Video Galore 687 Video Gems 672 Video General/American Video Tape Library 687 Video Intl. Publishers, Inc. 672 Video Joe 687 Video Knowledge, Inc. 672 Video Latino 672 Video Library 687 Video Library of Arts 672 Video Marketing & Distributing, Inc. 672 Video Marts 687 Video Naturals Co. 672 Video One, Inc. 672, 687 Video Palace 687 Video Paradise, Inc. 672, 687 Video Playback Video & Plus Superstores, Inc. Video Presentation Inc. Video Product Inc. Video Properties, Inc. Video RX Video Reel, Inc Video Releasing Co. of Hawaii Video Replay Video Research Video Resources New York Inc. Video Shack, Inc. Video -Sig Video Specialties Company Video Sports Prods. Video Station, Asheville NC Video Station, Amherst NY Video Station, Orem UT Video Station, The Video Stop Video Store Video Take #1 Video Tech Video Ticket Video Today, Inc. Video Travel, Inc. Video Treasures Video Trend Video USA Video Vantage, Inc. Video Ventures, Inc. Video Village , , Video Village, The Video House 688 Video Visa, Inc. 674 Video Yesteryear 674,689 Video Worx 689 Video's To Go 689 Videoactive Company 674 Videocassette Marketing 674 Videocom 674 Videocraft Classics 674 Videodisc Publishing, Inc. 674 Videofashion 674 Video -Forum 689 Videograph 674 Videolearning Systems, Inc., 674 Videon, Inc. 689 Videoplan, Inc. 674 Videosmith Inc. 674 Videotakes, Inc. 675 Vidmark 675 Vidistrib, Inc. 435 Viewer's Choice 538 Vision Cable Communications 536 Vision Media 675 Vision Prods. Ltd. 675 Vista Home Video 675 Vistar International Productions 675 w WEA, Corp. 675 W G N -T V 540 WPIX 540 WRI Education 675 WTBS (Turner) 540 WW Entertainment 435 WWOR 546 Wade, Rogers, Productions, Inc. 435 Waldenbooks 689 Walz, Ken, Productions Inc. 675 Warner Bros. Television 413, 435 Warner Cable Communications 536 Warner Home Video 675 Wax Works Video Works National Dist. 675 Weather Channel 540 Webb's, Ric, Video City 689 Wegman's Food Markets, Inc. 689 Weiss Global Enterprises 436, 675 West Coast 689 West Glen Communications 676 Westcom Productions Inc. 676 Western Communications 536 Western Film & Video, Inc. 676 Western Publishing Co., Inc. 676 Weston Woods Studios, Inc. 676 Wherehouse Entertainment 689 White Janssen, Inc. 676 Who's Who Wild Wing Prods. 676 Wilderness Video 676 Williams, Wade Prods 676 Wilson's Video 689 Win Records & Video, Inc A

21 Windward Video 676 Writers Guild of America 562 Wishing Well Distributing Co. 677 WItt,Thomas Prods. 436 Wizard Group, Inc. 436 Wizard Video, Inc. 677 X Wombat Prods. 677 Women in Communications 562 Women in Film 562 Xerox Information Resources Group 677 Women in Show Business 562 Xexon Home Video 677 Women Make Movies, Inc. 677 Wood Knapp & Co., Inc. 677 Wooden Boat Publications, Inc. 677 World Market, The 605 Z Worldvision Enterprises 436 Worldvision Home Video, Inc. 677 Worldwide Tape Distributors 677 Worldwide Television News 437 ZBS Industries 677 Wright, Carter Enterprises 437 Ziv International A

22 EXHIBITpks HERALD CkiáJaGYhTr'., MOfION PICTURES V111.1 Li+l H EF:A tovi\c i' PICTURE WQRLL MERGERS MAKE GREATN >t ti' , MOTION PICTURE HERALD Keeping the Faith. w a. a.a., h. k. - bums INCTRO-OOLDWYN-MA. r...0 re MOTION PICTURE DAILY QUIGLET Nigh.Óllao»m.o.. COMMENT II... ri...,y fnr.,all. MROw, tome Tow W.Wee Ilnhuu Pnluir 1iL1;1AhAL BIG STARS BIG PICTURES: METRO-GOL 1s1, NMAYER FIRST MOTION PICTURE ALMANAC In 1915 a young drama editor of a Chicago newspaper covered the opening of D. W. Griffith's "The Birth of a Nation." Prior to that time Martin Quigley, along with most native-born Americans, considered motion pictures simply nickelodeon entertainment for the immigrant masses and not worthy of serious attention. Griffith's epic, the first feature-length film Quigley had seen, changed all that. The young newspaperman dedicated the rest of his life to entertainment trade journalism and reference book publishing. That same year Martin Quigley became editor of Exhibitors Herald, a weekly. Expansion was rapid with Quigley's company acquiring other early trade publications and merging them into the Herald. As a result the

23 weekly's name was changed in 1928 to the Herald World and then in 1930 to Motion Picture Herald. In that same year Motion Picture Daily was established as the company moved its headquarters from Chicago to New York, becoming one of the first tenants of the new Radio City Music Hall building in Rockefeller Center. MARTIN QUIGLEY A major life-long interest of Martin Quigley was fulfilled in his creation in 1929 of the Motion Picture Almanac which he envisioned as an annual focusing on the WHO and WHAT of the entertainment world. His vision became a reality and Motion Picture Almanac has appeared every year since, making it the longest continually published reference book in the entertainment field. It has been extensively revised before each publication. In 1956 the companion volume Television Almanac was established. In 1987 it was expanded to include the Home Video industry and the title was changed to Television & Video Almanac. Martin Quigley was in frequent contact with all the pioneers of the film industry. When those who had created the industry and guided it for so many years decided to create a Foundation of the Motion Picture Pioneers, Martin Quigley was a prime mover. During World War Il he was a member of the industry's War Activities Executive Committee which coordinated many aspects of the involvement of personnel and companies in the war effort. As editor -in -chief and publisher Martin Quigley wrote articles from time to time, each of which attracted wide attention both within and outside the industry. He was in daily person -to -person contact with leading producers, major distribution executives and exhibitor leaders in his constant concern for the good reputation of the motion picture industry. At all times he was a champion of decent screen entertainment. He was the originator of the Motion Picture Production Code and the voluntary Motion Picture Production Code Administration. Often he was the liaison between film companies and the Catholic National Legion of Decency. For a half century Motion Picture Herald was the major international publication of the American film trade. Subscribers were in more than 100 countries. Motion Picture Daily, for an equal period of time, was a prime organ of distribution and exhibition news on an up-to-the-minute basis. The Herald's Managers Round Table Department was sponsor for 40 years of the Quigley Showmanship Awards, the major recognition given theatre managers and independent exhibitors. The Herald's Merchandising Conferences for years promoted better understanding between distributors and leading theatre circuits as well as more effective film advertising and promotion. These Merchandising Conferences were directed by Martin Quigley, Jr. For many years Quigley Publication's annual FAME was of great importance to the Hollywood community

24 and the press as well as everywhere the status of screen, radio and television personalities was a major interest. Quigley established the annual poll of exhibitors to determine the Top Ten Money Making Stars. This highly regarded poll continues each year, now sponsored by the Motion Picture Almanac. Economic conditions in the motion picture field in when the major companies lost more money than in the decade of the Great Depression of the 1930s-forced a drastic curtailment of trade publications. In 1973 Quigley Publishing Company, Inc. suspended its periodicals and put its resources to work expanding and strengthening the Almanacs. In the years since both Almanacs have achieved international reputations as the authoritative source books on the Motion Picture, Television-and since 1987-the Home Video industries. In the past decade and a half production of the Almanacs has gone through three different computer systems. The current editorial contents are substantially in excess of 20,000,000 characters with a third or more of them revised annually. Each edition builds on the past, all the way back to the periodicals founded 75 years ago. The 1990 editions of the Almanacs owe a great deal to the thousands of editions of Motion Picture Daily, Motion Picture Herald and other early Quigley Publications. No over -view of the Company and the development of the Almanacs would be complete without credit being given to the earlier editors. The basic Almanac format and policy owe much to Terry Ramsaye, author of "A Million and One Nights;' the classic history of the silent screen, and long-time editor of Motion Picture Herald. The subsequent editor, Charles S. Aaronson, carried on the Ramsaye tradition, until Beginning in 1970 and carrying on through 1987 Richard Gertner vastly improved and expanded the editorial contents. Under him the Almanac covers were changed to their present color coordinated combinations. The present editor, Jane Klain, took over in 1988, with Dick Gertner continuing as a consultant. By the nature of the publishing industry many more men and women work on various stages of manufacture than on the editorial side. Hence many who played key roles in getting the Company's publications to our readers over these 75 years are unknown to us by name. Yet each of them, living or dead, well deserves a "Thank you" on this 75th Birthday. MARTIN QUIGLEY, JR. The Company may well be unique in the entertainment field in that it has had a father and son management over the entire span of three quarters of a century. The Company was founded a few years before the present head was born. Martin Quigley, Jr. joined as a cub reporter at the time his father had been president for 25 years. The younger Quigley served in various capacities: all editorial prior to his leave for four years of World War Il; then editorial and management until his father's

25 death in the 50th year with the Company he had founded. Since then Martin Quigley, Jr. has been president for the firm's third quarter of a century. Looking only to developments in the entertainment field, the period from 1915 to 1990 has seen the following: the shift from shorts to feature length films; the move from silent to sound; black and white to full color; the birth and growth of radio; stereophonic sound and wide screen; magnetic recordings; records of a variety of types; black and white and then color television; satellite transmissions; video tapes; and, lasers. Surely more innovations are on the way! Films, television and video are united in being different delivery systems bringing living images to the public in theatres and in homes. As in the beginning of screen entertainment, as in 1915, as now, the fundamental to success in any medium is subject matter deemed by the public worth seeing. As the Company and its Almanacs look ahead to the decade of the 1990s and the 21st Century, all of us are challenged to serve a world wide readership by providing the best possible reference works for the motion picture, television and home video industries. 2'''A (J" TEEEVISIO\ &VIDEO ALVA,\AC 75 anniversary \ SCI / 1990

26 The Year in Review In the television season the share of the primetime audience dominated for so many years by the three major networks-abc, CBS and NBCfell three percentage points from the previous season to 61 percent-an all-time low since the A.C. Nielsen Company has been measuring the seasonal results from the early days of the industry. In contrast the major cable channelsi.e., those covered under the basic monthly cable fee-rose from 20 to 24 percent in audience share control. Cable penetration, Nielsen said, increased seven percentage points over the previous year to 55.6 percent of households with television-a new alltime high. In other words, cable TV is now in more than 50 million of the estimated 90.4 million television households in the U.S. An all-time low and an all-time high. Thus the battle is joined. What will the commercial networks do to combat the erosion caused by cable (though not exclusively-independent stations and videocassettes are other factors)? And what will the cable industry do to consolidate and increase its gains? Primarily the network counter-attack strategy is four -pronged. One program calls for intensified efforts to increase advertising sales. A second calls for new and "innovative" promotional techniques to ensnare the viewing public. A third will be more vigorous attempts to share in the enormous profits to be had from syndication of successful network shows in the independent (as well as network affiliate) station market. The fourth scheme calls for better programming to win back former viewers as well as potential new ones. The first of these strategies has already met with success. By the end of June, 1989, the three major networks had sold almost 90 percent of their primetime commercial time for the season. Commitments from advertisers-led by a revived interest from automobile manufacturers who increased their TV spending up to 85 percent over were close to $4 billion, up some $700 million from the previous season. Even the newcomer Fox Broadcasting Company tripled its advance sales to $300 million from $100 million the year before. All this means, of course, that the networks will earn more money in 1990 than had earlier been predicted by even the most optimistic industry analysts. In the promotional department all three networks devised some new (for them) campaigns to spread the word to the public about their wares for Each arranged a tie-in-ranging from posters and buttons to contests and games with big money prizeswith a well-known retail giant. CBS joined with K Mart; NBC with Sears; and ABC with Pizza Hut, along with a large-scale campaign in 5,000 theatres in the summer of Some critics thought these efforts to be acts of desperation that would not work too well and would hardly be worth the exorbitant costs. Time will tell whether they will be repeated in As for the third strategy-the drive to cash in on the riches to be had from syndication-it is a complex one. Currently an FCC regulation bars the networks from sharing in the profits which go to the companies producing the TV shows (mostly subsidiaries of the major Hollywood studios) that go into syndication after network runs. (Sometimes, as with the current CBS program, "Murder, She Wrote", long -running shows are syndicated through old episodes while the show is still visible in new ones on network primetime.) Efforts to get Washington to change the regulation favoring the production companies having been unsuccessful, the networks have adopted a new tactic. They are producing more and more of their own programs. Of nine new series announced by CBS for two were produced by its own CBS 23A

27 Entertainment. NBC's in-house production unit supplied two of five new series. Only ABC lagged in this area, although it planned to fill one primetime hour with an entry from its own news division. Quotas set by the FCC for in-house production by the networks have limited them to five hours a week in primetime. This rule expires, however, in November, 1990, and is not expected to be extended-unless the studios can bring sufficient pressure to bear on Congress. Potentially, then, each network could produce all its primetime programming-thus shutting out the Hollywood studios entirely. Concerning the fourth network campaign-better programming-that may well be the most difficult task of all. When the shows scheduled for the season were announced in the late spring of 1989, sighs of skepticism went up from many critics. Sitcoms based on families and their relationships again dominated all else. NBC, in particular, stuck to the mixture as before. Still, well they might since that network finished first in (in the Nielsen rating report) for the fourth straight season. NBC's edge over second -place ABC was the second biggest lead in TV history. (In the season CBS's lead over NBC was slightly larger.) CBS, which had never finished third before the season, suffered the same fate for In the final tally NBC averaged a 16 rating and a 26 share. (A rating point represents 1 percent of the nation's 90.4 million TV households; the share is the percentage tuned in of sets in use.) ABC averaged a 12.9 rating and 21 share and CBS a 12.6 rating and a 21 share. NBC's five -year -old "The Cosby Show" finished first in the ratings for the season for the fourth year in a row, making it only the third series ever to hold first place for that long (the others were "Gunsmoke" and "All in the Family"). Finishing a close second was "Roseanne" (ABC), the highest -rated new show of the season. Others in the Top Ten were, in order: "A Different World" (NBC); "Cheers" (NBC); "The Golden Girls" (NBC); "60 Minutes" (CBS); "Who's the Boss?" (ABC); "Murder, She Wrote" (CBS); "Empty Nest" (NBC); and `Anything But Love" (ABC). For "60 Minutes" it was the 12th straight year it finished in the Top Ten. Highest -rated made -for-tv movie was "The Karen Carpenter Story" (CBS). Two mini-series attracted widespread attention. CBS's eight -hour "Lonesome Dove" was the highest -rated of the season and, in fact, scored the biggest mini-series ratings triumph in five TV seasons. In contrast ABC's much -touted 29 and 'h hours -long "War and Remembrance" was a ratings disappointment to the network. Unlike CBS, which was estimated to have made over $30 million in advertising from "Lonesome Dove," NBC expected eventually to lose up to $40 million on "War and Remembrance." This would make the latter the biggest loss ever recorded by a network on a TV entertainment program. (ABC lost $65 million on the Winter Olympics in 1988.) The fiasco of "War and Remembrance" stirred speculation that none of the networks would want to make many mini-series in the future, but that later proved not to be the case. Several were scheduled for the new season (including two to run six hours each). Also noteworthy regarding programming was the resurgence in popularity of the theatrical movie. The highest rated feature film for the season was Paramount's "Beverly Hills Cop" (shown on ABC) which had already been seen on the network once before. The success of this and other theatrical films is credited to better scheduling and improved promotion by the networks. While cable is viewed as the "enemy" by the Big Three, that is not the case with the new "fourth" network, Fox, which views cable instead as an "ally." This is because 80 percent of Fox's 126 stations are on the UHF dial instead of VHF UHF's weaker signals are no problem for cable, which delivers all stations with equal force. 24A

28 .. 11_11, When it debuted in 1986, the Fox network was generally viewed as a dubious candidate for survival. In , however, it made considerable strides in turning out shows that proved popular with the audience most coveted by advertisers: 18 to 49 year olds. For the season Fox expanded to a third night of primetime (Mondays) and expects to show a profit for the first time in this season. Meanwhile, what's ahead for cable? In it continued to pose a stronger and stronger threat to the dominance of the Big Three. Advertising revenues again rose sharply and its other major source of income-subscriber fees-were likewise on the increase. (For recent statistics on other aspects of cable, see the section devoted to it in this book.) Since so few areas in the U.S. remain unwired for cable, the industry's future plans call for signing up the households that have not yet subscribed. (Net growth of cable is now 10,000 homes a day and 300,000 a month.) For all the rosy aspects of the cable picture, however, there are still some clouds on the horizon. Congressional critics have raised questions about its monopolistic ten- dencies and its ownership structure (many cable operators also own program supply firms), in addition to its now unregulated subscription rates and its bad reputation for consumer service. Adding fuel to this adverse criticism in 1989 was the celebrated merger of Time, Inc. with Warner Communications. The former controls American Television and Communications, the nation's second-largest cable company, as well as HBO and Cinemax, two major cable movie channels. Warner, of course, is also a leading operator of cable TV systems and has a large television production operation. From the videocassette industry there was good news and bad. The good: Rental revenues for 1989 were expected to increase by 10 percent to $5.6 billion, thus making total revenues for the year over $8.8 billion. The bad: sales of VCRs were expected to decline to about 10 million, which would be a decrease from the 11.2 million sold in 1988 and the 17.6 million of (For other statistics on the video industry, see that section in this book.) The battle for the viewing audience continues apace, and so it will in the years to come. 25A

29 Statistics Television and Station Operations GROWTH OF COMMERCIAL TELEVISION STATIONS Total VHF UHF VIEWING HABITS TELEVISION USAGE 4 Number of TV homes 90,400,000 Number of color TV homes 87,330,000 Homes with two or more sets 56,590,000 Home with VCR 58,400,000 Cable households 47,770,000 Pay cable households 26,100, Avg. Hours per Home, per Day 4 hrs. 35 min. 5 hrs. 56 min. 7 hrs. 3 min. COLOR TELEVISION Homes 340,000 48,500,000 87,330,000 Per Cent of TV Homes Source: A. C. Nielsen TELEVISION USAGE A BREAKDOWN OF TELEVISION VIEWERS Average TV Usage Per TV Household Per Day (Hours:Minutes) Total U.S. 6:35 By Territory Northeast 6:08 East Central 6:52 West Central 6:30 South 6:59 Pacific 6:13 By Cable Status Any Cable 7:09 Pay Cable 7:55 Basic Cable 6:17 No Cable 5:50 By Household Size 1 person 4:56 2 persons 6:03 3+ persons 7:48 4+ persons 8:20 By Household Income $30,000+ 6:25 $40,000+ 6:26 $50,000+ 6:13 $60,000+ 6:08 Other $40,000+ Income with children $40,000+ Income and Head of House is Professional, Owner or Manager $40,000+ Income and Head of House has 1+ Years of College Source: Nielsen Television Index, "National Audience Demographics," August Copyright 1989, Nielsen Media Research. 26A 7:19 5:38 5:49

30 I11_1:.1 I u- TV EXPENDITURES TOTAL ADVERTISING VOLUME (millions of dollars) % Change % of Total TELEVISION $22,941 $24, Newspapers 29,412 31, Magazines 5,607 6, Radio 7,206 7, Cable 963 1, Business Papers 2,458 2, All Others 41,063 44, Total Major Media $109,650 $118, Source: McCann-Erickson 5/89 NATIONAL ADVERTISING INVESTMENTS IN MAJOR MEDIA (millions of dollars) % Change % of lbtal TELEVISION $16,108 $17, Network 8,500 9, Spot 6,846 7, Nat'l Syndication Newspapers 3,494 3, Magazines 5,607 6, Radio (Network & Spot) 1,743 1, Cable Business Papers 2,458 2, Total Major Media $30,170 $32, Source: McCann-Erickson 5/89 LOCAL ADVERTISING INVESTMENTS IN MAJOR MEDIA (millions of dollars) % Change % of Total TELEVISION $ 6,833 $ 7, Newspapers 25,918 27, Retail 15,227 15, Classified 10,691 11, Radio 5,463 5, Total Major Media $38,214 $40, Source: McCann-Erickson 5/89 LEADING LOCAL TV CATEGORIES add (000) Restaurants & Drive -Ins $671,970.5 $744,800.0 $800,400.0 $804, Auto and Truck Dealers* 311, , , , Food Stores & Supermarkets 259, , , , Furniture Stores 186, , , , Banks, Savings & Loans 195, , , , Movies 177, , Radio Stations & Cable TV 134, , , , Department Stores 186, , , , Appliance Stores 121, , , ,900.0 Source: BAR *Dealer Associations Not Included LENGTH OF COMMERCIALS Commercial Non -Network Commercial Network Length Length seconds 5.5% 4.9% 5.3%.8% 10 seconds 1.3% 0.5% 0.2% 0.22% 15 seconds seconds seconds seconds seconds seconds seconds seconds seconds seconds sec. or more sec. or more Source: BAR 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 27A

31 TELEVISION SET SALES (to dealers) Total Color Monochrome ,453,000 6,486,000 4,967, ,239,000 10,954,000 6,285, ,820,000 11,279,000 5,541, ,248,000 11,483,000 5,765, ,827,000 14,130,000 5,697, ,187,000 16,278,000 4,909, ,750,000 16,996,000 3,754, ,163,000 18,204,000 3,959, ,900,000 19,330,000 3,570, ,796,000 20,216,000 2,580, (est.) 23,200,000 20,700,000 2,500,000 Source: EIA, Domestic & Imports Total Sales to Dealers in Units (Thousands) Total Factory Sales in in Dollars (Millions) Average Value (Dollars per Unit) COLOR TV RECEIVERS' (Excludes LCD and Projection Television) ,204 6, ,330 6, ,216 6, (est.) 20,400 6, (est.) 20,900 6, *Includes monitors for consumer use. COLOR TV RECEIVERS WITH MTS (BUILT-IN STEREO CAPABILITY) (Included in Color TV Receivers Table) ,116 1, ,349 2, ,090 2, (est.) 6,000 3, (est.) 6,900 3, LCD COLOR TELEVISION (Excluded from Color TV Receivers Table) 1986 (est.) (est.) (est.) (est.) (est.) MONOCHROME TV RECEIVERS' (Excludes LCDTlevision) , , , (est.) 2, (est.) 1, 'Includes monitors (green, amber) for consumer use. PROJECTION TV (Excluded from TV Receivers Table) , , , (est.) , (est.) ,750 CABLE TV OPERATING SYSTEMS AND SUBSCRIBERS Operating Systems 640 1,325 2,490 3,366 4,048 6,600 9,010' Subscribers (millions) % of TV Homes 1.4% 2.4% 7.6% 14.3% 20.5% 43.7% 56.4% Source: Television Digest & National Cable Television Association.as of April, A

32 _1 11. l _1 11_- NIELSON TELEVISION INDEX TOP 75 PROGRAMS Average Average Duration Audience Audience Rank Program Thlecast Date Network (Minutes) (%) Share (000) I MAsS+H Special Feb. 28, 1983 CBS ,150 2 Dallas Nov. 21, 1980 CBS ,470 3 Roots Pt. VIII Jan. 30, 1977 ABC ,380 4 Super Bowl XVI Game Jan. 24, 1982 CBS ,020 5 Super Bowl XVII Game Jan. 30, 1983 NBC ,480 5 Super Bowl XX Game Jan. 26, 1986 NBC ,490 7 Gone With The Wind -Pt. I (Big Event -Pt. 1) Nov. 7, 1976 NBC ,960 8 Gone With The Wind -Pt. 2 (NBC Mon. Mov.) Nov. 8, 1976 NBC ,750 9 Super Bowl XII Game Jan. 15, 1978 CBS , Super Bowl XIII Game Jan. 21, 1979 NBC , Bob Hope Christmas Show Jan. 15, 1970 NBC , Super Bowl XVIII Game Jan. 22, 1984 CBS , Super Bowl XIX Game Jan. 20, 1985 ABC , Super Bowl XIV Game Jan. 20, 1980 CBS , ABC Theater (The Day After) Nov 20, 1983 ABC , Roots Pt. VI Jan. 28, 1977 ABC , The Fugitive Aug. 29, 1967 ABC , Super Bowl XXI Jan. 25, 1987 CBS , Roots Pt. V Jan. 27, 1977 ABC , Ed Sullivan Feb. 9, 1964 CBS , Bob Hope Christmas Show Jan. 14, 1971 NBC , Roots Pt. III Jan. 25, 1977 ABC , Super Bowl XI Jan. 9, 1977 NBC , Super Bowl XV Jan. 25, 1981 NBC , Super Bowl VI Jan. 16, 1972 CBS , Roots Pt. II Jan. 24, 1977 ABC , Beverly Hillbillies Jan. 8, 1964 CBS , Roots Pt. IV Jan. 26, 1977 ABC , Ed Sullivan Feb. 16, 1964 CBS , Super Bowl XXIII Jan. 22, 1989 NBC , Academy Awards Apr. 7, 1970 ABC , Thorn Birds Pt. III Mar. 29, 1983 ABC , Thorn Birds Pt. IV Mar. 30, 1983 ABC , CBS NFC Championship Game Jan. 10, 1982 CBS , Beverly Hillbillies Jan. 15, 1964 CBS , Super Bowl VII Jan. 14, 1973 NBC , Thorn Birds Pt. Il Mar. 28, 1983 ABC , Super Bowl IX Jan. 12, 1975 NBC , Beverly Hillbillies Feb. 26, 1964 CBS , Super Bowl X Jan. 18, 1976 CBS , Airport (Movie Special) Nov. 11, 1973 ABC , Love Story (Sun. Night Mov.) Oct. I, 1972 ABC , Cinderella Feb. 22, 1965 CBS , Roots Pt. VII Jan. 29, 1977 ABC , Beverly Hillbillies Mar. 25, 1964 CBS , Beverly Hillbillies Feb. 5, 1964 CBS , Beverly Hillbillies Jan. 29, 1964 CBS , Super Bowl XXII Game Jan. 31, 1988 ABC , Miss America Pageant Sept. 9, 1961 CBS , Beverly Hillbillies Jan. I, 1964 CBS , Wagon Train Jan. 27, 1960 NBC , Super Bowl VIII Jan. 13, 1974 CBS , Bonanza Mar. 8, 1964 NBC , Beverly Hillbillies Jan. 22, 1964 CBS , Gunsmoke Apr. 2, 1960 CBS , Bonanza Feb. 16, 1964 NBC , Gunsmoke Mar. 5, 1960 CBS , Bill Cosby Show Jan. 22, 1987 NBC , Academy Awards Apr. 10, 1967 ABC , Bonanza Feb. 9, 1964 NBC , Winds of War -Part 7 Feb. 13, 1983 ABC , Gunsmoke Jan. 28, 1961 CBS , Bonanza Mar. 28, 1965 NBC , Gunsmoke Jan. 30, 1960 CBS , All In The Family Jan. 8, 1972 CBS , Bonanza Mar. 7, 1965 NBC , Gunsmoke Mar CBS , Beverly Hillbillies Feb. 20, 1963 CBS , Gunsmoke Feb. 25, 1961 CBS , Beverly Hillbillies May I, 1963 CBS , Roots Pt. I Jan. 23, 1977 ABC , Wagon Train Feb. 10, 1960 NBC , Bonanza Feb. 2, 1964 NBC , Gunsmoke Dec. 17, 1960 CBS , Gunsmoke May 7, 1960 CBS , Bonanza Feb. 21, 1965 NBC ,250 Source: 1989 Nielsen Media Research Note: Average Audience % Rankings based on Reports -Jan. 30, 1960 through April 17, Above data represent sponsored programs, telecast on individual networks, i.e., no unsponsored or joint network telecasts are reflected in the above listings. Programs under 30 minutes scheduled duration are excluded. 29A

33 Emmy Award Winners ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES TELEVISION ACADEMY AWARDS Categories and Areas of Achievement For the Emmy Award FOR THE PERIOD FROM July 1, 1988 THROUGH June 30, 1989 OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES Cheers, James Burrows, Glen Charles, Les Charles (executive producers); Cheri Eichen, Bill Steinkeliner (producers); Tim Berry Phoef Sutton (coproducers), NBC. OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES L.A. Law, Steven Bochco (executive producer); Rick Wallace (coexecutive producer); David E. Kelly (supervising producer); Scott Goldstein, Michele Gallery (producers); William M. Finkelstein, Judith Parker (coproducers); Philip M. Goldfarb, Alice West (coordinating producers), NBC. OUTSTANDING MINISERIES War and Remembrance, Dan Curtis (executive producer); Barbara Steele (producer), ABC. OUTSTANDING VARIETY, MUSIC OR COMEDY PROGRAM The Tracey Ullman Show, James L. Brooks, Heidi Perlman, Jerry Belson, Ken Estin, Sam Simon (executive producers); Richard Sakai, Ted Bessell (producers); Marc Flanagan (coproducer); Tracey Ullman (host), Fox. OUTSTANDING DRAMA/COMEDY SPECIAL Day One, (AT&T Presents), Aaron Spelling, E. Duke Vincent (executive producers); David W. Rintels (producer), CBS. Roe Vs. Wade, Michael Manheim (executive producer); Gregory Hoblit (producer); Alison Cross (coproducer), NBC. OUTSTANDING CLASSICAL PROGRAM/PERFORMING ARTS Bernstein at 70! (Great Performances), Harry Kraut, Klaus Hallig (executive producers); Michael Bronson, Thomas P. Skinner (producers), PBS. OUTSTANDING INFORMATIONAL SERIES Nature, David Heeley (executive producer); Fred Kaufman (series producer), PBS. OUTSTANDING INFORMATIONAL SPECIAL Lillian Gish: The Actor's Life for Me (American Masters), Freida Lee Mock, Susan Lacy (executive producers); Terry Sanders (producer); William T. Cartwright (coproducer), PBS. OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM Garfield: Babes and Bullets, Phil Roman (producer); Jim Davis (writer); Phil Roman (director); John Sparey, Bob Nester (codirectors), CBS. OUTSTANDING CHILDREN'S PROGRAM Free 'lb Be... A Family, Marto Thomas, Christopher Cerf (executive producers, U.S.); Robert Dalrymple (producer, U.S.); Leonid Zolotarevsky (executive producer, USSR); Igor Menzelintsev (producer, USSR); Vern T. Calhoun (coproducer, ABC). OUTSTANDING SPECIAL EVENTS PROGRAMMING Cirque du Soleil ("The Magic Circus"), Helene Dufresne (producer), HBO. The 11th Annual Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration Of The Performing Arts, George Stevens Jr., Nick Vanoff (producers), CBS. The 42nd Annual Tony Awards, Don Mischer (executive producer); David J. Goldberg (producer); Jeffrey Lane (coproducer), CBS. The 17th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Gregory Peck, George Stevens, Jr. (producer); Jeffrey Lane (coproducer), NBC. OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES Richard Mulligan, "Empty Nest," NBC. OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES Carroll O'Connor, "In the Heat of the Night," NBC. OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR SPECIAL James Woods, "My Name Is Bill W." (Hallmark Hall of Fame), ABC. OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES Candice Bergen, "Murphy Brown," CBS. OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES Dana Delaney, "China Beach," ABC. OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR SPECIAL Holly Hunter, "Roe vs. Wade," NBC. OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES Woody Harrelson, "Cheers," NBC. OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES Larry Drake, "L.A. Law," NBC. OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR SPECIAL Derek Jacobi, "The Tenth Man" (Hallmark Hall of Fame), CBS. OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES Rhea Perlman, "Cheers," NBC. OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES Melanie Mayron, "thirtysomething," ABC. OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR SPECIAL Colleen Dewhurst, "Those She Left Behind," NBC. OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES Cleavon Little, "Dear John," ("Stand By Your Man"), NBC. OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES Joe Spano, "Midnight Caller," ("The Execution of John Saringo"), NBC. OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES Colleen Dewhurst, "Murphy Brown" ("Mama Said"), CBS. OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES Kay Lenz, "Midnight Caller" (After It Happened..."), NBC. OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE IN A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM Linda Ronstadt, "Canciones de Mi Padre" ("Great Performances"). PBS. OUTSTANDING WRITING IN A COMEDY SERIES Diane English, "Murphy Brown" ("Respect") (Pilot), CBS. OUTSTANDING WRITING IN A DRAMA SERIES Joseph Dougherty, "thirtysomething" ("First Day/Last Day"), ABC. OUTSTANDING WRITING IN A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM Jim Downey (head writer); John Bowman, A. Whitney Brown, Gregory Daniels, Tom Davis, Al Franken, Shannon Gaughan, Jack Handey, Phil Hartman, Lorne Michaels, Mike Myers, Conan O'Brien, Bob Odenkirk, Herb Sargent, Tom Schiller, Robert Smigel, Bonnie Tbrner, Terry Turner, Christine Zander (writers); George Meyer (additional sketches), "Saturday Night Live," NBC. OUTSTANDING WRITING IN A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL Abby Mann, Rubin Vote, Ron Hutchinson, "Murderers Among Us: The Simon Wiesenthal Story," HBO. OUTSTANDING DIRECTING IN A COMEDY SERIES Peter Baldwin, "The Wonder Years" ("Our Miss White"). ABC. OUTSTANDING DIRECTING IN A DRAMA SERIES Robert Altman, "Tanner'88" ("The Boiler Room"), HBO. OUTSTANDING DIRECTING IN A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM Jim Henson, "The Jim Henson Hour" ("Dog City"), NBC. OUTSTANDING DIRECTING IN A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL Simon Winer, "Lonesome Dove," CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN CHOREOGRAPHY Walter Painter, "Disney/MGM Studios Theme Park Grand Opening," NBC. Paula Abdul, "The Tracey Ullman Show" ("The Wave Girls," "D.U.I.," "The Cure," "Maggie In Peril, Pt. I"), Fox. OUTSTANDING SOUND EDITING FOR A SERIES William Wistrom, (supervising sound and ADR editor); James Wolvington, Mace Matiosian (sound editors); Wilson Dyer, Guy 30A

34 1 I N Tsujimoto; Gerry Sackman (supervising music editor), "Star Trek: The Next Generation" ("Q Who"), Syn. OUTSTANDING SOUND EDITING FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL David McMoyler (supervising sound editor); Joseph Melody (cosupervising sound editor); Mark Steele, Rick Steele, Michael J. Wright, Gary Macheel, Stephen Grubbs, Mark Friedgen, Charles R. Beith, Scot A. Tinsley, Karla Caldwell, G. Michael Graham, George B. Bell (sound editors); Kristi Johns (supervising ADR editor); Tom Villano, Jamie Gelb (supervising music editors), "Lonesome Dove" (Part 3-"The Plains), CBS. OUTSTANDING CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A SERIES Roy H. Wagner, "Quantum Leap," (Pilot), NBC. OUTSTANDING CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL Gayne Rescher, "Shooter," NBC. OUTSTANDING SOUND MIXING FOR A COMEDY SERIES OR A SPECIAL Klaus Landsberg (production mixer); Craig Porter, Alan Patapoff (re-recording mixers), "Night Court" ("The Last Temptation of Mac"), NBC. OUTSTANDING SOUND MIXING FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC SERIES OR A SPECIAL Robert Douglass (SFX mixer); David E. Fluhr (re-recording mixer); Ed Greene (production mixer); Larry Brown (music mixer), "Kenny, Dolly and Willie: Something Inside So Strong," NBC. OUTSTANDING SOUND MIXING FOR A DRAMA SERIES Chris Haire (re-recording mixer, dialog); Doug Davey (rerecording mixer, effects); Richard Morrison (re-recording mixer, music and Foley); Alan Bernard (sound mixer, production), "Star Trek: The Next Generation" ("Q Who"), Syn. OUTSTANDING SOUND MIXING FOR A DRAMA MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL Don Johnson (sound mixer); James L. Aicholtz (dialog mixer); Michael Herbick (music mixer); Kevin O'Connell (sound effects mixer), "Lonesome Dove" (Part 4-"The Return"), CBS. OUTSTANDING LIGHTING DIRECTION (ELECTRONIC) IN A COMEDY SERIES Mark Levin (lighting director), "Who's the Bossy' ("A Spirited Christmas"), ABC. OUTSTANDING LIGHTING DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY/ MUSIC OR DRAMA SERIES, MINISERIES OR SPECIAL Robert Andrew Dickinson (lighting director), "The Magic of David Copperfield XI: The Explosive Encounter," CBS. OUTSTANDING EDITING FOR A SERIES (SINGLE CAMERA PRODUCTION) Steven J. Rosenblum, "thirtysomething" ("First Day/Last Day"), ABC. OUTSTANDING EDITING FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL (SINGLE CAMERA PRODUCTION) Peter Zinner, John F. Burnett, "War and Remembrance" (Part 10), ABC. OUTSTANDING EDITING FOR A SERIES (MULTI -CAMERA PRODUCTION) -hacker Wiard "Murphy Brown" ("Respect" pilot), CBS. OUTSTANDING EDITING FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL (MULTI -CAMERA PRODUCTION) Mark D. West, "Dance in America: Gregory Hines Tap Dance in America" ("Great Performances"), PBS. OUTSTANDING TECHNICAL DIRECTION/ELECTRONIC CAMERAWORKIVIDEO CONTROL FOR A SERIES Robert G. Holmes (technical director); Leigh V. Nicholson, John Repczynski, Jeffrey Wheat, Rocky Danielson, camera operators; Thomas G. Teimpidis, senior video control, "Night Court" ("Yet Another Day in the Life"), NBC. OUTSTANDING TECHNICAL DIRECTION/ELECTRONIC CAMERA/VIDEO CONTROL FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL Ron Graft (technical director); Richard G. Price, Kenneth Patterson, Greg Harms (camera operators); Mark Sanford (senior video control), "The Meeting" ("American Playhouse"), PBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKEUP FOR A SERIES Thomas R. Burman, Bari Dreiband -Burman (special makeup); Carol Schwartz, Robin Lavigne (makeup artists), "The Tracey Ullman Show" ("The Subway"), (Fox). OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKEUP FOR A MINISERIES OR SPECIAL Manlio Rocchetti (makeup supervisor); Carla Palmer, Jean Black (makeup artists), "Lonesome Dove" (Part 4-"The Return'), CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN HAIRSTYLING FOR A SERIES Virginia Kearns, "Quantum Leap" ("Double Identity"), NBC. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN HAIRSTYLING FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL Betty Glasow (chief hairstylist); Stevie Hall, Elaine Bowerbank (hairstylists), "Jack the Ripper" (Part 1), CBS. OUTSTANDING COSTUME DESIGN FOR A SERIES Judy Evans, "Beauty and the Beast" ("The Outsiders"), CBS. OUTSTANDING COSTUME DESIGN FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL Van Broughton Ramsey, "Lonesome Dove" (Part 2-"On The Trail"), CBS. OUTSTANDING COSTUME DESIGN FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM Daniel Orlandi "The Magic of David Copperfield XI: The Explosive Encounter," CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN COSTUMING FOR A SERIES Patrick R. Norris (men's costumer); Julie Glick (women's costumer), "thirtysomething" ("We'll Meet Again"), ABC. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN COSTUMING FOR MINISERIES OR SPECIAL: Paula Kaatz (costume supervisor); Andrea Weaver (women's costumer, Los Angeles); Janet Lawler (women's costumer, Dallas); Stephen Chudej, men's costumer-"pancho Barnes," CBS. OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES James J. Agazzi, (production designer); Bill Harp (set decorator), "Moonlighting" ("A Womb with a View"), ABC. OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM Bernie Yeszin (art director); Portia Iversen (set decorator), "The Tracey Ullman Show" ("AII About Tammy Lee; Maggie in Peril- Part 2"), Fox. OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR SPECIAL Jan Scott (production designer); Jack Taylor (art director); Edward J. McDonald (set director), "I'll Be Home for Christmas," NBC. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MUSIC COMPOSITION FOR A SERIES (DRAMATIC UNDERSCORE) Joel Rosenbaum, "Falcon Crest" ("Dust to Dust"), CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MUSIC COMPOSITION FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL (DRAMATIC UNDERSCORE) Basil Poledouris, "Lonesome Dove" ("Part 4-The Return"), CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MUSIC DIRECTION Ian Fraser (music director); Chris Boardman, J. Hill (principal arrangers), "Christmas in Washington," NBC. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MUSIC AND LYRICS Lee Holdridge (composer); Melanie (lyricist), "Beauty and the Beast" ("A Distant Shore"); song; "The First Time I Love Forever," CBS. INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT-INFORMATIONAL PROGRAMMING-PERFORMING Hal Holbrook, "Portrait of America: Alaska," TBS. OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT- INFORMATIONAL PROGRAMMING-WRITING John Heminway, "The Mind" ("Search for Mind"), PBS. INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT-SPECIAL EVENTS PROGRAMMING-DIRECTING Dwight Hemion, "The 11th Annual Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts," CBS. INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT-SPECIAL EVENTS PROGRAMMING-PERFORMANCE Billy Crystal, "The 31st Annual Grammy Awards," CBS. INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT-SPECIAL EVENTS PROGRAMMING-SOUND MIXING Ed Greene (music production mixer); Don Worsham (dialog production mixer); Carroll Pratt (production mixer, audience reaction); Paul Sandweiss (production mixer, nomination categories), "The 31st Annual Grammy Awards," CBS. INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT-SPECIAL EVENTS PROGRAMMING-WRITING Jeffrey Lane, "The 42nd Annual Tony Awards," CBS. INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT CLASSICAL MUSIC/DANCE PROGRAMMING-PERFORMANCE Mikhail Baryshnikov, "Dance in America: Baryshnikov Dances Balanchine" ("Great Performances"), PBS. OUTSTANDING SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS Charles Stauffel, Martin Gultridge, Bill Schirmer (effects supervisors); Bill Cruse, Simon Smith, Steve Anderson, Ed Williams (miniature designers); Egil Woxholt, Godfrey Gorier (directors of photography), "War and Remembrance," ABC. CASTING FOR MINISERIES OR SPECIAL Lynn Kressel, "Lonesome Dove," CBS. GOVERNORS AWARD Lucille Ball 31A

35 TELEVISION ACADEMY AWARDS Categories and Areas of Achievement For the Emmy Award for Daytime Programs FOR THE PERIOD FROM March 6, 1988 THROUGH March 5, 1989 OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES Santa Barbara, Jill Farren Phelps (executive producer); Steven Kent (senior supervising producer); Charlotte Savitz (supervising producer); Julie Hanan Carruthers and Leonard Friedlander (producers), NBC. OUTSTANDING GAME -AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION SHOW The $25,000 Pyramid, Bob Stewart (executive producer); Anne Marie Schmitt (supervising producer); Francine Bergman, David Michaels (producers), CBS. OUTSTANDING CHILDREN'S SERIES Newton's Apple, James Steinbach (executive producer); Lee Carey, Tacy Mangan (supervising producers); Richard Hudson, Elizabeth Schlick, Lynne Reeck, Leslie Kratz, Rita La Doux, Marie Domingo, Carrie Maloney (producers), PBS. OUTSTANDING CHILDREN'S SPECIAL 'Baking a Stand (ABC Afterschool Special), Frank Doelger (executive producer); Roberta Rowe (producer), ABC. OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Karl Geurs (producer -director); Mark Zaslove (story editor -writer); Bruce Talkington and Carter Crocker (writers), ABC. OUTSTANDING TALK/SERVICE SHOW The Oprah Winfrey Show, Debra Di Maio (executive producer); Oprah Winfrey (supervising producer); Ellen Rakieten, Diane Hudson, Mary Kay Clinton, Angela Thame, Alice McGee (producers), Syn. OUTSTANDING SPECIAL CLASS PROGRAM AREA China: Walls and Bridges, Jimmy R. Allen and Richard T. McCartney (executive producers); Robert Thornton (supervising producer), ABC. James Stewart's Wonderful Life, Mary Frances Shea (executive producer); Phil Delbourgo (supervising producer); Dan Gurskis (producer), Cinemax. OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS, DRAMA SERIES Marcy Walker, "Santa Barbara," NBC. OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR, DRAMA SERIES David Canary, 'All My Children," ABC. OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS, DRAMA SERIES Debbie Morgan, "All My Children," ABC. Nancy Lee Grahn, "Santa Barbara," NBC. OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR, DRAMA SERIES Justin Deas, "Santa Barbara," NBC. OUTSTANDING JUVENILE FEMALE IN A DRAMA SERIES Kimberly McCullough, "General Hospital," ABC. OUTSTANDING JUVENILE MALE IN A DRAMA SERIES Justin Gocke, "Santa Barbara," NBC. OUTSTANDING PERFORMER IN A CHILDREN'S SERIES Jim Varney, "Hey Vern, It's Ernest!" CBS. OUTSTANDING PERFORMER IN A CHILDREN'S SPECIAL Dana Barron, "No Means No" (CBS Schoolbreak Special), CBS. OUTSTANDING GAME SHOW HOST Alex Ttebek, "Jeopardy!" Syn. OUTSTANDING TALK/SERVICE SHOW HOST Sally Jessy Raphael, "Sally Jessy Raphael," Syn. OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES DIRECTING TEAM Frank Pacelli, Heather Hill, Randy Robbins, Rudy Vejar (directors); Betty Rothenberg, Kathryn Foster (associate directors), "The Young and the Restless," CBS. OUTSTANDING DIRECTING IN A GAME/AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION SHOW Dick Schneider (director), "Jeopardy," Syn. OUTSTANDING DIRECTING IN A TALK/SERVICE SHOW Jim McPharlin (director), "The Oprah Winfrey Show," Syn. OUTSTANDING DIRECTING IN A CHILDREN'S SERIES Matthew Diamond (director), "Shining Time Station," PBS. Ozzie Alfonso (director), "3-2-1 Contact!" PBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN DIRECTING-SPECIAL CLASS No award was given. OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES WRITING TEAM Charles Pratt Jr Anne Howard Bailey (head writers); Robert Guza Jr., Courtney Simon, Lynda Myles, Patrick Mulcahey, Gary Tomlin (script writers); Josh Griffith, Jane Atkins (breakdown/script writers); Don Harary (breakdown writer), "Santa Barbara," NBC. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN WRITING IN A CHILDREN'S SERIES Normal Stiles (head writer); Nancy Sans, Luis Santeiro, Cathi Rosenberg -Throw, Belinda Ward, Sonia Manzano, Jeff Moss, Sara Compton, Judy Freudberg, David Korr, John Weidman, Tbny Geiss, Emily Perl Kingsley, Mark Saltzman, Jocelyn Stevenson, Christian Clark, Jon Stone (writers), "Sesame Street," PBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN WRITING IN A CHILDREN'S SPECIAL Jeffrey Auerbach, (writer) "No Means No" (CBS Schoolbreak Special), CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN WRITING-SPECIAL CLASS No award was given. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION/SCENIC DESIGN Anthony Sabatino, William H. Harris (production designers); Phyllis Holberg, Richard D. Bluhm (art directors), "Fun House," Syn. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN TECHNICAL DIRECTION/ELECTRONIC CAMERA/VIDEO CONTROL Ray Angona (technical director); Joseph Arvizu, Cesar Cabreira, Keeth Lawrence, Martin Wagner (electronic cameras); Allen Latter (video control), "The Price Is Right," CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN CINEMATOGRAPHY Ozzie Alfonso, Larry Engel, Howard Hall, Robert Leacock, Don Lenzer, Christophe Lanzenburg, Chuck Levey, Rick Malkamas, Dyanna Taylor, Jeri Sopanen, cinematographers "3-2-1 Contact!," PBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MUSIC DIRECTION AND COMPOSITION Joe Raposo (music director -composer); Jeff Moss, Christopher Cerf (composers); Dave Conner (composer -arranger), "Sesame Street," PBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN GRAPHICS AND TITLE DESIGN Barbara Laszewski (animation designer); Joel Anderson (graphics artist), "Hey Vem, It's Ernest!" CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKEUP Paul Gebbia (makeup artist), "Encyclopedia," HBO. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN HAIRSTYLING Andre Walker (hairstylist), "The Oprah Winfrey Show," Syn. Yolanda Toussieng, Jerry Masone (hairstylists), "Pee-wee's Playhouse" ("To Tell the Tooth"), CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN VIDEOTAPE EDITING Charles Randazzo, Peter Moyer, David Pincus, Steve Percell (videotape editors), "Pee-wee's Playhouse" ("To Tell the Tooth"), CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN LIVE AND TAPE SOUND MIXING AND SOUND EFFECTS Peter Miller, Rick Patterson (production mixers); Pam Bartella, Paul D. Collins, Ferne Friedman, Ken Hahn, Grant Maxwell, John Purcell (post -production mixers), "3-2-1 Contact!," PBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN FILM EDITING Harvey Greenstein, Sam Pollard, and Grace Tankersley (film editors), "3-2-1 Contact!," PBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN FILM SOUND EDITING AI Breitenbach (music editor); Ron Fedele (editor); Steve Williams, Ken Burton (sound effects editors), "Jim Henson's Muppet Babies," CBS. Steve Michael (dialogue/adr editor); Peter Cole (dialogue/ music editor); Steve Kirklys (supervising sound effects editor); Ken Dahlinger (sound effects/adr editor); Greg Teall (sound effects editor), "Pee-wee's Playhouse" ("To Tell the Tooth"), CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN FILM SOUND MIXING Jeff Haboush, Greg Russell (sound mixers), "Jim Henson's Muppet Babies," CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN LIGHTING DIRECTION Carl Gibson (lighting director), "Kids Incorporated," The Disney Channel. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN COSTUME DESIGN Calista Hendrickson (costume designer), "Encyclopedia," HBO. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION/SCENIC DESIGN FOR A DRAMA SERIES William Hulstrom, Norman Wadell (art directors); Joseph 32A

36 .. 1 t W Bevacqua, Andrea Joel, Erie Fischer (set decorators), "The Young and the Restless," CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN TECHNICAL DIRECTION/ELECTRONIC CAMERA/VIDEO CONTROL FOR A DRAMA SERIES Chuck Guzzi (technical director); Toby Brown, TFd Morales, Gordon Sweeney, Mike Glenn (electronic cameras); Roberto Boslo (video control), "The Bold and the Beautiful," CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MUSIC DIRECTION AND COMPOSITION FOR A DRAMA SERIES Jez Davidson (music director -composer); David Matthews (music director); David Kurtz, Jack Mimeo (composers), "The Young and the Restless," CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKEUP FOR A DRAMA SERIES Carlos Yeaggy, John Maldonado, Dawn Marando (makeup artists), "Santa Barbara," NBC. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN HAIRSTYLING FOR A DRAMA SERIES Janet Medford, Valerie Scott (hairstylists), "Santa Barbara," NBC. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN VIDEOTAPE EDITING FOR A DRAMA SERIES Dan Brumett, Marc Beruti (videotape editors), "The Young and the Restless," CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN LIVE AND TAPE SOUND MIXING AND SOUND EFFECTS FOR A DRAMA SERIES Scott Milian, Tommy Persson (audio mixers); Donald Henderson, Rafael Valentin (postproduction mixers); Maurice "Smokey" Westerfeld, Peter Romano (sound effects), "The Young and the Restless," CBS. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN LIGHTING DIRECTION FOR A DRAMA SERIES Donna Larson, Alan Blacher, Dennis M. Size (lighting directors), "Ml My Children," ABC. OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN COSTUME DESIGN FOR A DRAMA SERIES Margarita Delgado, Charles Schoomaker (costume designers), "Another World," NBC. DIRECTORS GUILD OF AMERICA AWARDS TO 1988 (formerly Screen Directors Guild Awards) : Quarterly Awards to FRED ZINNEMANN for The Search; HOWARD HAWKS for Red River; ANATOLE LITVAK for The Snake Pit; JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ for A Letter to Three Wives. Annual Award to JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ : Quarterly Awards to MARK ROBSON for The Champion; ALFRED L. WERKER for Lost Boundaries; ROBERT ROSSEN for All the King's Men; CAROL REED for The Third Man. Annual Award to ROBERT ROSSEN : Quarterly Awards to BILLY WILDER for Sunset Boulevard; JOHN HUSTON for The Asphalt Jungle; JOSEPH L. MAN- KIEWICZ for All About Eve; VINCENTE MINNELLI for Father's Little Dividend. Annual Award to JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ for All About Eve. 1951: May -July to ALFRED HITCHCOCK for Strangers on a Train; August-October to GEORGE STEVENS for A Place in the Sun; November-December to VINCENTE MINNELLI for An American in Paris. Annual Award to GEORGE STEVENS for A Place in the Sun. 1952: Quarterly Awards to CHARLES CRICHTON for The Lavender Hill Mob; JOSEPH MANKIEWICZ for Five Fingers; FRED ZINNE - MANN for High Noon; JOHN FORD for The Quiet Man. Annual Award to JOHN FORD. 1953: Most Outstanding Directorial Achievement: FRED ZINNE - MANN for From Here to Eternity; Outstanding Directorial Achievements: CHARLES WALTERS for Lili; WILLIAM WYLER for Roman Holiday, GEORGE STEVENS for Shane, BILLY WILDER for Stalag 17. Motion Picture Critic Award: BOSLEY CROWTHER, New York Times. 1954: Most Outstanding Directorial Achievement: ELIA KAZAN for On The Waterfront; Outstanding Directorial Achievement: GEORGE SEATON for The Country Girl, ALFRED HITCHCOCK for Rear Window, BILLY WILDER for Sabrina, WILLIAM WELLMAN for The High and the Mighty; Motion Picture Critic Award: HAROLD V. COHEN, Pittsburgh Post -Gazette. 1955: Most Outstanding Directorial Achievement: DELBERT MANN for Marty: Outstanding Directorial Achievement: JOHN STURGES for Bad Day at Black Rock, JOHN FORD and MERVYN LEROY for Mister Roberts, ELIA KAZAN for East of Eden, JOSHUA LOGAN for Picnic. Motion Picture Critic Award: JOHN ROSENFIELD, Dallas Morning Evening Star. 1956: Most Outstanding Directorial Achievement; GEORGE STE- VENS for Giant; Outstanding Directorial Achievement: MICHAEL AN- DERSON for Around the World in 80 Days, WILLIAM WYLER for Friendly Persuasion, KING VIDOR for War -and Peace, WALTER LANG for The King and I. Motion Picture Critic Award: FRANCIS J. CAR- MODY, Washington News. D.W. Griffith Award: KING VIDOR. 1957: Outstanding Directorial Achievement: DAVID LEAN for The Bridge On the River Kwai; JOSHUA LOGAN for Sayonara; SIDNEY LUMET for 12 Angry Men; MARK ROBSON for Peyton Place, and BILLY WILDER for Witness for the Prosecution. Motion Picture Critic Award, HOLLIS ALPERT and ARTHUR KNIGHT, critics for The Saturday Review. 1958: Grand Award for Direction: VINCENTE MINNELLI for Gigi; D.W. Griffith Award for creative achievement in the film industry: FRANK CAPRA; Motion Picture Critic Award: PHILIP K. SCHEUER, critic of the Los Angeles Times; Special Award: LOUELLA PARSONS; Best Directed Non -English -Speaking Film; RENE CLAIR for Gates of Paris (French); Best Directed Television Film: RICHARD BARE, for All Our Yesterdays, segment of the 77 Sunset Strip series. 1959: Grand Award for Direction: WILLIAM WYLER, Ben-Hur;Most Outstanding Directorial Achievement: Ben -Hur; Motion Picture Critic Award: JOHN E. FITZGERALD, entertainment editor of Our Sunday Visitor, a Sunday Supplement distributed by Catholic weeklies; Guild's award for outstanding achievement in the television field: THE UN- TOUCHABLES (Part 1 and 2); Director's Television Award: PHIL KARL - SON, The Untouchables. 1960: Grand Award for Direction: BILLY WILDER, The Apartment; Motion Picture Critic Award: PAUL BECKLEY, New York Herald TH - bune; Special Award of Honorary Membership: Y. FRANK FREEMAN; Television Director's Award: GEORGE SCHAEFER, Macbeth; Television Critic Award: SHERWOOD KOHN. Louisville Times.,1961: Directors Award: ROBERT WISE, JEROME ROBBINS, West Side Story; Critics Award: JOHN BEAUFORT of the Christian Science Monitor. 1962: Director's Awards: DAVID LEAN, Lawrence of Arabia; Television Director's Award: DAVID FRIEDKIN, The Price of Tomatoes, Dick Powell Show; Television Critic's Award: DONALD KIRKLEY of The Baltimore Sun. 1963: Film Director's Award: TONY RICHARDSON, Tom Jones; Outstanding Television Director's Award: GEORGE SCHAEFER; Motion Picture Critic's Award: PAINE KNICKERBOCKER, San Francisco Chronicle; Television Critic's Award: ROBERT LOUIS SHAYON, Saturday Review. 1964: Film Director's Award: GEORGE CUKOR. My Fair Lady; Television Director's Award: LAMONT JOHNSON; Motion Picture Critic's Award: JAMES MEADE, The San Diego Union. 1965: Film Director's Award: ROBERT WISE, The Sound of Music; Critics Award: SAM LESNER, Chicago Daily News; D.W. Griffith Award: WILLIAM WYLER. 1966: Film Director's Award: FRED ZINNEMANN, A Man for All Seasons; Television Director's Award: ALEX SEGAL. 1967: Film Director's Award: MIKE NICHOLS, The Graduate; Television Director's Award: GEORGE SCHAEFER. 1968: Film Director's Award: ANTHONY HARVEY, The Lion in Winter; Television Directors Award: GEORGE SCHAEFER; D.W. Griffith Award: ALFRED HITCHCOCK. 1969: Film Director's Award: JOHN SCHLESINGER, Midnight Cowboy; Television Director's Award: FIELDER COOK, Teacher, Teacher. D. W. Griffith Award: FRED ZINNEMANN. 1970: Film Director's Award: FRANKLIN SCHAFFNER, Patton; Television Director's Award: LAMONT JOHNSON, My Sweet Charlie; D. W. Griffith Award: None Presented. 1971: Film Director's Award: WILLIAM FRIEDKIN, The French Connection; Television Director's Award: (Special) BUZZ KULICK, Brian's Song. 1972: Film Director's Award: FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA, The Godfather: Television Director's Award: LAMONT JOHNSON, That Certain Summer. 1973: Film Director's Award: GEORGE ROY HILL, The Sting: Television Director's Award: JOSEPH SARGENT, The Marcus Nelson Murders. 1974: Film Director's Award: FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA, The Godfather, Part II: Television Director's Award: JOHN KORTY, The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pitman. 1975: Film Director's Award: MILOS FORMAN, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest; Television Director's Award: SAM O'STEEN, Queen of the Stardust Ballroom. 1976: Film Director's Award: JOHN G. AVILDSEN, Rocky; Television Awards-Specials: DANIEL PETRIE, Eleanor and Franklin: Comedy Series: ALAN ALDA, Dear Sigmond episode of MA.SH; Dramatic Series: GLENN JORDAN, Rites of Friendship; Musical Variety: TONY CHARMOLI, Shirley MacLaine's Gypsy in My Soul; Documentary -News Special: ARTHUR BLOOM, Democratic & Republican Conventions. 1977: Film Director's Award: WOODY ALLEN, Annie Hall; Television Awards-Specials: DANIEL PETRIE, Eleanor and Franklin-The White House Years; Comedy Series: PAUL BOGART, Edith's 50th Birthday episode of All in The Family; Dramatic Series: JOHN ERMAN, Show #2, Second Hour of Roots; Musical Variety: ART FISHER, Neil Diamond: Glad You're Here with Me Tonight; News Specials/Sports: RAY LOCKHART, A Day with President Carter; Documentaries: PERRY MILLER ADATO: Georgia O'Keeffe. 1978: Film Director's Award: MICHAEL CIMINO, The Deer Hunter; Television Awards-Comedy Series: PAUL BOGART, California, Here We Are, All in the Family; Dramatic Series: GENE REYNOLDS, Prisoner, 33A

37 Lou Grant; Musical/Variety: MERRILL BROCKWAY, Choreography by Balanchine, Part 3; News Specials/Sports: DON MISCHER, The Kennedy Center Honors; Documentaries: JOHN KORTY, Who Are the De - bolts?; Specials: MARVIN CHOMSKY, Holocaust. 1979: Film Director's Award: ROBERT BENTON, Kramer Vs. Kramer; Television Awards-Comedy Series: CHARLES S. DUBIN, Period of Adjustment episode of MA*SH; Dramatic Series: ROGER YOUNG, Cop segment of Lou Grant; Musical/Variety: TONY CHARMOL1, John Denver-The Muppets; News Specials/Sports: DON MISCHER, The Kennedy Center Honors; Documentaries: ALFRED R. KELMAN, The Magic Sense chapter of the Body Human; Specials: MICHAEL MANN, The Jericho Mile; Commercials: (directors judged by two or more examples of their work): ROBERT LIEBERMAN, Mary Ryan for McDonald's and Mary Lou for R.C. Cola. 1980: Film Director's Award: ROBERT REDFORD, Ordinary People; Television Awards-Comedy Series: NOAM PITLIK, Fog episode of Barney Miller; Dramatic Series: ROGER YOUNG, Lou episode of Lou Grant; Musical/Variety: DWIGHT HEMION, IBM Presents Baryshnikov on Broadway; Actuality (recording live): DON MISCHER, The Kennedy Center Honors; Special: JERRY LONDON, Shogun; Documentaries: (tie) PERRY MILLER ADATO, Picasso: A Painter's Diary; and ALFRED R. KELMAN, Body Beautiful segment of The Body Human. 1981: Film Director's Award: WARREN BEATTY, Reds; Television Awards-Comedy Series: ALAN ALDA, The Life You Save episode from MA.SH; Dramatic Series: ROBERT BUTLER, Hill Street Station episode from Hill Street Blues; MusicallVariety: EMILE ARDOLINO, The Spellbound Child (Dance in America, PBS); Actuality (recording live): STAN HARRIS, Command Performance at Ford's Theatre-The Stars Meet the President; Special: HERBERT WISE, Skokie; Documentary: ROBERT GUENETTE, Great Movie Stunts: Raiders of the Lost Ark; Commercials: RICK LEVINE, First Love and Papa spots for Pepsi Cola and Summer Colt for Kodak. 1982: Film Director's Award: SIR RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH, Gandhi; Television Awards-Comedy Series: ALAN ALDA, Where There's a Will, There's a War, episode from MASH; Dramatic Series: Personal Foul, episode from Hill Street Blues; Musical Variety: DON MISCHER, Shirley MacLaine, Illusions (CBS); Dramatic Special: MAR - VIN J. CHOMSKY, Inside the Third Reich (ABC Circle Film); Documentary: PERRY MILLER ADATO, Carl Sandburg-Echoes and Silences (American Playhouse); Commercials: JOE PYTKA, Baseball, Basketball and Future Gallup. 1983: Film Director's Award: JAMES BROOKS, Terms of Endearment; Robert B. Aldrich Service Award (honorary): ROBERT WISE; Television Awards-Comedy Series: JAMES BURROWS, Showdown Part II (episode of Cheers); Dramatic Series: JEFF BLECKNER, Life in the Minors (episode of Hill St. Blues); Musical/Variety: DON MISCHER, Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever (NBC); Dramatic Special: EDWARD ZWICK, Special Bulletin (NBC); Documentary: HARRY MOSES, Willie Loman Comes to China; Commercials: (tie) BOB BROOKS, Hallmark Cards and STU HAGMANN, IBC Home Computers and LDS; Daytime Drama: SHARRON MILLER, The Woman Who Willed a Miracle (ABC). 1984: Film Director's Award: MILOS FORMAN, Amadeus; D.W. Griffith Award for Life Achievement: BILLY WILDER; Televison Awards-Comedy Series: JAY SANDRICH, The Bill Cosby Show (pilot); Dramatic Series: THOMAS CARTER, The Rise and Fall of Paul The Wall (episode of Hill Street Blues); Musical Variety: DON MISCHER and TWYLA THARP, Baryshnikov by Tharp with American Ballet Theatre (PBS); Dramatic Special: DANIEL PETRIE, The Dollmaker (ABC); Documentary: ALFRED R. KELMAN, The Journey Within (The Body Human) (CBS); Sports: SANDY GROSSMAN, Super Bowl XVIII (CBS); Daytime Drama: JOAN DARLING, Mom's on Strike (chapter of After School Special, ABC); Commercials: STU HAGMANN, spots for McDonald's, Latter Day Saints, IBM. 1985: Film Director's Award: STEVEN SPIELBERG, The Color Purple; D.W. Griffith Award for Life Achievement: JOSEPH L. MAN- KIEWICZ; Robfert B. Aldrich Award (honorary): George Sidney; Television Awards-Comedy Series: JAY SANDRICH, Golden Girls (pilot); Dramatic Series: WILL MacKENZIE, My Fair David (episode of Moonlighting); Musical Variety: DON MISCHER, Motown Returns to the Apollo; Dramatic Special: JOHN ERMAN, An Early Frost; Documentary: HARRY RASKY, Homage to Chagall: The Colors of Love; Sports: ANDY J. KINDLE and DAVID MICHAELS, Tour De France; Daytime Drama: CRAIG SANDY TUNG, The Day the Senior Class Got Married; Commercials: EDWARD BIANCHI, spots for National Institute of Drug Abuse, Diet Pepsi, American Express, Bounce. 1986: Film Director's Award: OLIVER STONE, Platoon; D.W. Griffith Award for Life Achievement: ELIA KAZAN; Frank Capra Award (to an assistant director or unit production manager for outstanding service to the industry): HENRY E. "BUD" BRILL; Television Awards-Comedy Series: TERRY HUGHES, Golden Girls (Isn't It Romantic? episode); Dramatic Series: WILL MacKENZIE, Atomic Shakespeare (episode of Moonlighting); Musical Variety: WALTER C. MILLER, Liberty Weekend; Dramatic Special: LEE GRANT, Nobody's Child; Documentary: PERRY MILLER ADATO, Eugene O'Neill: A Glory of Ghosts; Sports: HARRY COYLE, Game 6 of the 1986 World Series; Daytime Drama: CATLIN ADAMS, Wanted: The Perfect Guy. 1987: Film Director's Award: BERNARDO BERTOLUCCI, The Last Emperor; D.W. Griffith Award for Lifetime Achievement: ROBERT E. WISE; Robert B. Aldrich Award (for work on behalf of the guild): SHELDON LEONARD; Television Awards-Dramatic Special: JUD TAYLOR. Foxfire. Evening Series: MARSHALL HERSKOVITZ, thirty - something. pilot; Comedy Series: WILL MACKENZIE, My Name Is Alex (Family Ties); Musical/Variety: DWIGHT HEMION, Julie Andrews, Sound of Christmas; Daytime Dramatic Show: VICTORIA HOCHBERG, Just a Regular Kid: An AIDS Story (Afterschool Special); Sports: RO- BERT A. FISHMAN. Syracuse -Indiana game (NCAA Basketball Championship); Documentary: ELENA MANNES, The Kingdom Divided (God and Politics); Commercials: RICK LEVINE, Pepsi Cola, Arnott's Biscuits and Dupont Commercials. 1988: Film Director's Award: BARRY LEVINSON, Rain Man; Honorary Life Award: SIDNEY LUMET; Robert B. Aldrich Award (for work on behalf of the guild): GILBERT CATES; Special DGA Award: U.S. Representative ROBERT J. MRAZEK (D -NY) who with SIDNEY R. YATES (D -IL) authored National Film Preservation Act of 1988.; Television Awards-Dramatic Special: LAMONT JOHNSON, Lincoln. Evening Series: MARSHALL HERSKOVITZ, thirtysomething, "Therapy" episode; ComedySeries: STEVE MINER, The Wonder Years, pilot; Musical/ Variety: WALTER C. MILLER, 100th Birthday Celebration (Irving Berlin); Daytime Dramatic Show: JESUS SALVADOR TREVINO, Gangs (CBS Schoolbreak special); Sports: HARRY COYLE, World Series between Los Angeles Dodgers and Oakland As; Documentary/Actuality: MERRILL BROCKWAY, On the Move (Great Performances); Commercials: JAMES GARTNER, Journal (Church World Services), Interesting Friends (Major League Baseball), Braces & Glasses (L.D.S. Church). GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS 1989 (Television) BEST TELEVISION SERIES-DRAMA: "thirtysomething," The Bedford Falls Co./MGM/UA Television; ABC. BEST ACTRESS IN A SERIES-DRAMA: Jill Eikenberry, "L.A. Law" BEST ACTOR IN A SERIES-DRAMA: Ron Perlman, "Beauty and the Beast" BEST TELEVISION SERIES-MUSICAL OR COMEDY: "The Wonder Years," The Black/Marlens Co./New World Television; ABC. BEST ACTRESS IN A SERIES-MUSICAL OR COMEDY: Candice Bergen, "Murphy Brown" BEST ACTOR IN A SERIES-MUSICAL OR COMEDY: Michael J. Fox, "Family Ties," Judd Hirsch, "Dear John," Richard Mulligan, "Empty Nest" BEST MINISERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TV: "War and Remembrance," Dan Curtis Prods.; ABC BEST ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE MADE FOR TV: ANN JILLIAN, "The Ann Jillian Story" BEST ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TV: Michael Caine, "Jack the Ripper," Stacy Keach, "Hemingway" BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A SERIES, MINISERIES, OR MOVIE MADE FOR TV: Katherine Helmond, "Who's the Boss?" BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A SERIES, MINISERIES, OR MOVIE MADE FOR TV: Barry Bostwick, "War and Remembrance," Sir John Gielgud, "War and Remembrance" 34A

38 International Film Festivals and Markets Listed alphabetically by country. Exact dates vary from year to year but months indicated are generally the same. Those marked with an asterisk are recognized by the International Federation of Film Producers Association, 33 Avenue Champs Elysées, 75008, Paris, France. AUSTRALIA *Sydney (June) Melbourne (June) `Adelaide (July) AUSTRIA *Vienna-Humor in Film (March) Viennale (Vienna) (March) Wels (Austrian) (October) BELGIUM Brussels-Belgian Festival and Market (January) Antwerp (March) Brussels DIDACTA Audiovisual (June) Flanders (Ghent) (October) BRAZIL Sao Paolo (October) Rio de Janeiro (November) BULGARIA Varna (June) CANADA Montreal World Film Festival (August) Toronto (Festival of Festivals) (September) Asian -American International (Vancouver) (September -October) Stratford (September) Ottawa (Animation) (October) Montreal (new cinema) (October) Vancouver (October) COLOMBIA Cartagena Film Festival (June) CUBA Havana (December) CZECHOSLOVAKIA Prague Television Festival (June) 'Karlovy Vary (July) Brno Film and TV Market (October) EAST GERMANY Leipzig (November) ENGLAND Birmingham Film & Television (October - November) London Film Festival (November -December) FINLAND Tampere Film Festival (February) FRANCE Cannes MIDEM Music Market (January) Rheims Sport Films (March -April) Cannes MIP-TV Video Market (April) Beaune Historical Films (May) *Cannes Film Festival (May) Annecy (Animation) (May -June alternate years) Grenoble Shorts (June -July) Deauville (American Films) (September) Riena (environmental) (September) Noirmoutier (first films) (September) Biarritz (Iberian, Latin American) (September) Cannes VIDCOM (visual communications) (October) Cherbourg (October) Grenoble (Thrillers) (October) GREECE `Thessaloniki Film Festival (October) HOLLAND Rotterdam Film International (February) Dutch Film Days & Film Market (September) CineKid (Children's) (Amsterdam) (September) HONG KONG Hong Kong (March) IRELAND 'Cork (September -October) INDIA New Delhi International Film Festival (January) ISRAEL Jerusalem (June -July) 35A

39 ITALY Bergamo at San Remo (March) MIFED (film and TV market) at Milan (April) Asolo (art and painting) Alghero (June) *Trieste (science fiction) (July) Taormina Festival of Nations (July) Venice Film Festival (September) Sorrento (Canadian) (September) Rimini (new cinema) (September) Prix Italia (TV) at Florence (September) MIFED TV Market at Milan (October) Salerno (October) Turin (youth films) (October) Pordenone (silents) (October) Lucca (animation) (October -November) Porretta Temer (November) Festival dei Popoli at Florence (December) JAPAN Tokyo-U.S. Film Festival (April) MONTE CARLO Monte Carlo TV Festival (February) POLAND *Cracow (shorts) (June) Gdansk (September) Katowice (scientific/technical) (November) SCOTLAND Edinburgh (August -September) SPAIN Gijón (children's) (June) Cadiz (September) *San Sebastian (September) *Sitges (horror) (September -October) Valencia (Mostra Cinema Mediterrani) (October) *Valladolid (human values) (October) *Barcelona (International) (October - November) SWITZERLAND Geneva Telecom (May) Montreux TV Festival (May) *Locarno (August) Montreux (new form) (August) Les Diablerets (Alpine) (September) *Nyon (documentaries) (October) TAIWAN Taipei (Asian) (June) UNITED STATES Asian -American International Film Festival (touring) U.S. Film Festival (Park City, Utah) (January) *New York Animation Festival (January) NATPE (Houston) (January) Miami (February) American Film Market (Los Angeles) (March) *San Francisco International Film Festival (April) AFI/L.A. International Film Festival (April) National Assn. of Broadcasters (Las Vegas) (April) Filmfest D.C. (Washington, D.C.) (April -May) Seattle International (May -June) Telluride (Colorado) (September) Aspen (independent) (September) Cinetex (Las Vegas) (film/tv mart) (September) *New York Film Festival (September -October) American Independent Feature Film Market (New York) (October) Denver (October) San Diego (October) SMPTE (October, November) Chicago (October) Showeast (Atlantic City) (October) International Film & TV (New York) (November) Northwest Film & Video (Portland, OR) (November) Hawaii (Honolulu) (December) U.S.S.R. *Tashkent (Afro -Asian) (May) Teleforum (Moscow) (September) WEST GERMANY *Berlin (February) *Oberhausen (shorts) (April) Munich (Youth Prize-TV) (June) Cologne Photokina (September -October) Oberhausen Sports Festival (October) Mannheim (October) Hof (October) Lubeck (Nordic films) (November) YUGOSLAVIA Belgrade Film Festival (February) Belgrade (science and technology) (April) *Zagreb (animation) (June) Pula (national) (July) 36A

40 Abu -Ada named mgr., prog. & talent dev. April, 1989; named dir., talent relations for VH-1, Aug., ABULADZE, TENGIZ: Director, Writer, b. Soviet Georgia, Jan. 31, e. studied directing in Tbilisi then in Moscow at the Higher State Institute of Cinematography. PICTURES: Documentaries: Dmitry Arakishvili; Our Palace; The Georgian State Dancing Company; An Open Air Museum; Features: Magdan's Donkey; Someone Else's Children; Me, Grandma, Iliko and Hillarion; Prayer, A Necklace for My Beloved, The Wishing Tree; Repentance, Hadji Murat. ACKERMAN, BETTYE: Actress. b. Cottageville, SC, Feb. 28, e. Columbia U., Taught dancing PLAYS: No Count Boy, 1954; Tartuffe, Sophocles' Antigone, and Oedipus at Colonus, The Merchant of Venice. PICTURES: Face of Fire, Rascal. TELEVISION: Alcoa Premiere, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Perry Mason, Breaking Point, Dr. Maggie Graham on Ben Casey series for five yrs., Hope -Chrysler Theatre, Bonanza, FBI Story, Mannix, Ironsides, Medical Center, regular on Bracken's World, Colombo, Sixth Sense, Heat of Anger, Return to Peyton Place, (6 months 1972) Rookies, Barnaby Jones, Police Story, Gunsmoke, Harry O, Streets of San Francisco, S.W.A.T., Petrocelli, Wonder Woman, Police Woman, Chips, 240 -Robert, The Waltons, Dynasty, Falcon Crest, Me and Mom, Trapper John M.D. Movies: Companions in Nightmare, A Day for Thanksgiving on Walton's Mountain, Confessions of a Married Man. RECORDS: Salome & School for Scandal. ACKERMAN, HARRY S.: Executive. b. Albany, NY, Nov. 17, 1912, e. Dartmouth Coll. m. actress Elinor Donahue. Began as writer, actor, producer. Joined Young & Rubicam adv. agcy. 1936; became v.p. of program operations, Exec. prod. CBS, Dir. of network programs-hollywood, 1948; v.p. in charge network radio programs, 1950; v.p. chg. network TV programs CBS -TV, Hollywood, 1951; exec. dir. spec. progs. CBS, 1956; formed independent co. 1957; v.p. and exec. prod. Screen Gems Inc., ; pres. Harry Ackerman Prods.; Natl. pres., Academy TV Arts and Sciences, two terms; now pres., Harry Ackerman Prods. ACKLAND, JOSS: Actor. b. London, England, Feb. 29, Member of Old Vic; toured U.S.S.R and U.S. with them. Spent time in Central Africa as a tea planter. Over 400 TV appearances. PICTURES: Seven Days to Noon, Royal Flash, Crescendo, The House That Dripped Blood, Villain, England Made Me, The Black Windmill, Great Expectations, The Greek Tycoon, Someone Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe, Saint Jack, The Apple, Rough Cut, Lady Jane, A Zed and Two Noughts, The Sicilian, White Mischief, To Kill a Priest, It Couldn't Happen Here, Lethal Weapon 2, To Forget Palermo. TELEVISION: Queenie, Code Name: Kyril; Shadowlands, The Man Who Lived at the Ritz, A Quiet Conspiracy, The Justice Game. ADAM, KEN: Art director, Prod. Designer. b. Berlin, Germany, Feb. 5, e. St. Pauls Sch., London; London U., student of architecture. 6 years war service as RAF pilot. Ent. m.p. ind. as draughtsman 1947 (This Was a Woman). Art dir.: The Devil's Pass, Soho Incident, Around the World in 80 Days, Trials of Oscar Wilde, Dr. No, Sodom and Gomorrah, Dr. Strangelove, Goldfinger, Thunderball, Iperess File, You Only Live Twice, Funeral in Berlin, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Goodbye Mr. Chips, The Owl and the Pussycat, Diamonds Are Forever, Sleuth, The Last of Sheila, Barry Lyndon, (Acad. Award), Salon Kitty, 7% Solution, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, King David, Agnes of God, Pennies from Heaven, Crimes of the Heart, The Deceivers (prod. design), Dead - Bang. ADAMS, BROOKE: Actress. b. New York, NY, Feb. 8, e. H.S. of Performing Arts; Inst. of American Ballet; Lee Strasberg. Made professional debut at age of six in Finian's Rainbow. Worked steadily in summer stock and TV until age 18. After hiatus resumed acting career. THEATER: Split, Key Exchange, Linda Hur. Helps run small summer theater upstate NY. PICTURES: The Lords of Flatbush, Car Wash, Shock - waves (Death Corps), Days of Heaven, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Cuba, A Man, a Woman and a Bank, Utilities, The Dead Zone, Almost You, Key Exchange, Man on Fire. TELEVISION: James Dean: Portrait of a Friend, The Last of the Belles, The Daughters of Joshua Cabe, Murder on Flight 502, The Bob Newhart Show, Police Woman, Lace, Special People, Lace II, The Lion of Africa, Bridesmaids. Specials: Paul Reiser: Out on a Whim. Series: O.K. Crackerby. Pilot: A Girl's life. ADAMS, CATLIN: Actress. r.n. Barab. b. Los Angeles, CA, October 11, Began career as actress then studied directing at American Film Institute. Directorial debut: Wanted: The Perfect Guy (Emmy-winning ABC Afterschool Special). Also directed Little Shiny Shoes (short, written and prod. with Melanie Mayron). THEATER: Safe House, Scandalous Memories, Dream of a Blacklisted Actor, The Candy Store. PICTURES: As Actress: Katherine, Panic in Needle Park, The Jerk, The Jazz Singer. Director: Sticky Fingers (also cos.p., co -prod.). TELEVISION: How to Survive the 70's and Maybe Even Bump into a Little Happiness; She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not. ADAMS, DON: Actor. b. New York, NY, April 13, Won Arthur Godfrey talent contest. Was nightclub impressionist before starting in TV. PICTURE: The Nude Bomb. TELEVISION: Bill Dana Show, Get Smart, The Partners, Hooray for Hollywood, Don Adams Screen Test, Three Times Daley, Inspector Gadget, Check It Out!, Get Smart Again! ADAMS, EDIE: Actress, Singer. b. Kingston, PA, April 16, e. Juilliard Sch. of Music, Columbia Sch. of Drama. STAGE: Wonderful Town, ; Lil Abner, , Mame. TELEVISION: The Chevy Show, 1958: Take a Good Look, ; Here's Edie, ; Movie: Ernie Kovacs' Between the Laughter, A Cry for Love, Fast Friends. PICTURES: The Apartment, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Call Me Bwana, Under the Yum, Yum Tree, Love With A Proper Stranger, Lover Come Back, The Best Man, Maid in Paris. The Honey Pot, Up in Smoke. ADAMS, GERALD DRAYSON: Writer. b. Winnipeg, Manitoba. e. Oxford U. Export exec ; literary agt Member: Screen Writers' Guild. PICTURES: (co-orig. screen story) Magnificent Rogue, (co-s.p.) Plunderers, (s.p.) Gallant Legion, (co-s.p.) Big Steal; collab. story, Dead Reckoning; orig. s.p.: Battle of Apache Pass, Son of Ali Baba, Flaming Feather, Flame of Araby; collab. s.p.: Lady from Texas, Steel Town, Untamed, Frontier; story, collab. s.p.: Duel at Silver Creek; st., s.p.: Princess of the Nile, Three Young Texans, Gambler from Natchez; story: Wings of the Hawk, Between Midnight and Dawn; st., adapt.: Taza Son of Cochise; collab. s.p. story: Gambler from Natchez, Chief Crazy Horse, s.p.: Golden Horde; adapt. s.p.: Prince Who Was a Thief; orig. s.p., Sea Hornet; s.p., Three Bad Sisters; orig., s.p.: Duel on the Mississippi; orig.: Black Sleep, s.p.: War Drums; story, collab. s.p.: Gun Brothers; story, Affair in Reno; story, s.p.: Frontier Rangers; story, s.p.: Gold, Glory & Custer; orig. story, collab. s.p.: Kissin Cousins. Orig. s.p.: Harem Scarem. TELEVISION: Maverick, G.E. Theatre, Northwest Passage, Broken Arrow, Cheyenne, 77 Sunset Strip. ADAMS, JULIE: Actress. r.n. Betty May Adams. b. Waterloo, LA, Oct. 17, e. jr. coll., Little Rock, AK. Coll. dramatic; m.p. debut in Red Hot and Blue; Star of Tomorrow, PICTURES: Bright Victory; as Betty Adams in: The Dalton Gang, Marshal of Heldorado, West of the Brazos; Hollywood Story, Finders Keepers, Bend of the River, Treasure of Lost Canyon, Horizons West, Lawless Breed, Mississippi Gambler, The Creature From the Black Lagoon, Private War of Major Benson, Man from the Alamo, Wings of the Hawk, Ticle Me, The Last Movie, McQ, The Wild McCullochs, Killer Force, The Fifth Floor, Black Roses, Backtrack, One Under a Parasol. TELEVISION: Go Ask Alice, Capitol. ADAMS, MASON: Actor. b. NY, NY, Feb. 26, e. U. Wisconsin. B.A., 1940; M.A., Trained for stage at Neighborhood Playhouse. Began on radio in 1946, spending nearly two decades in title role of Pepper Young's Family. Broadway debut: Get Away Old Man (1943). THEATER: Career Angel, Public Relations, Violet, Shadow of My Enemy, Inquest, The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, Tall Story, The Trial of the Catonsville Nine, Foxfire, Checking Out. PICTURES: God Told Me To, Raggedy Ann and Andy, Northstar, The Final Conflict, F/X. TELEVISION: Series: Lou Grant ( ), Morningstar/ Eveningstar. Pilot: Knight and Dave. Movies: The Deadliest Season, And Baby Makes Six, The Shining Season, Flamingo Road, The Revenge of the Stepford Wives, The Kid with the Broken Halo, Freedom to Speak, Solomon Northrup's Odyssey. ADAMS, MAUD: Actress. r.n. Wikstrum. b. Lulea, Sweden, Feb. 12, Formerly a model. Film debut: as model in The Boys in the Band. PICTURES: The Christian Licorice Store, U -Turn, Ma - honey's Estate, The Man With the Golden Gun, Rollerball, Killer Force, The Merciless Man, Tattoo, Octopussy, Target Eagle, Jane and the Lost City, The Women's Club, A Man of Passion, The Favorite, Soda Cracker. TELEVISION: Laura-Shades of Summer, The Hostage Tower, Playing for Time, Nairobi Affair. Series: Chicago Story, Emerald Point, N.A.S. 2

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Bronson Ave., Hollywood, CA 90004; (213) , MICHAEL BODDICKER, Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423; (818) BULLETS -TOTAL MUSIC CO., 4520 Callada Place, Tarzana, CA 91356; (818) CALIFORNIA STAR PRODUCTIONS, 8843 Shirley Ave., Northridge, CA 91324; (818) CANDLEWICK PRODUCTIONS, 1161 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) CREATIVE SERVICES GROUP, 5739 Babbitt Ave., Encino. CA 91316; (818) DANA PRODUCTIONS, 6249 Babcock Ave., North Hollywood, CA 91606; (213) WILLIAM ERICSON AGENCY, 1024 Mission St., South Pasadena, CA 91030; (213) ; (818) RICK FLEISHMAN MUSIC, 5739 Babbitt Ave., Encino, CA 91316; (818) FULLER SOUND AV RECORDING, 1948 Riverside Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90039; (213) GRAND STAFF MUSIC PRODUCTIONS, junga Ave., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) HLC, 6528 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) BRUCE HANIFAN PRODUCTIONS, 9023 Beverlywood St., Los Angeles, CA 90034; (213) HARK'S SOUND STUDIO, 1041 N. Orange Dr., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) CRAIG HARRIS MUSIC, P.O. Box 110, North Hollywood, CA 91603; (818) HOOK, LINE & SINGERS, Ventura Blvd., Suite E., North Hollywood, CA 91604; (818) INTERLOK STUDIOS, 1522 Crossroads of the World, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) KAFKA MUSIC CO., P.O. Box , Los Angeles, CA 90024; (213) L.A./NY MUSIC CO., 9034 Sunset Blvd., Suite 101, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) L.A. TRAX INC., 8033 N. Sunset Blvd., Suite 1010, Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) LUBINSKY MUSIC, BAHLER PRODUCTIONS, 1606 N. Highland Ave.. Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; FAX: (213) LEE MAGID INC, P.O. Box 532, Malibu, CA 90265; (213) EDDY MANSON PRODUCTIONS, INC., 7245 Hillside Ave., Suite 216, Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) McKOWN & COMPANY, P.O. Box 25134, Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) MUSIC, (213) ; 850-M911. RICK NOWELS PRODUCTIONS, 7469 Melrose Ave., Suite 33, Hollywood, CA 90046; (213) ONE NOTE PRODUCTIONS, Harvester Rd., Malibu, CA 90265; (213) TED PERLMAN ARRANGEMENTS, 4519 Coldwater Canyon Ave., Suite 6, Studio City, CA 91607; (818) PIECE OF CAKE, INC., 4425 Clybourn Ave., North Hollywood. CA 91602; (818) RITZ & ASSOCIATES ADVERTISING, 636 N. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) RUSK SOUND STUDIO, 1556 N. La Brea Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213)

45 SHADOE STEVENS PRODUCTIONS, 9100 Sunset Blvd., Suite 113, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) SUNWEST RECORDING STUDIOS, 5533 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) TARTAGLIA MUSIC PRODUCTIONS, 3815 W. Olive Ave., Suite 102, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) TRL4NON RECORDING STUDIOS, 1435 South St., Long Beach, CA 90805; (213) UNDERSCORE ASSOCIATES, 8306 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 355, Beverly Hills, CA 90211; (818) WESTLAKE AUDIO, INC., 8447 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048; (213) WIRTH-HOWARD PRODUCTIONS, 5706 Ostin St., Woodland Hills, CA 91367; (818) WORDS & MUSIC, 943 N. Cole, Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) Y.L.S. PRODUCTIONS, P.O. Box 34, Los Alamitos, CA 90720; (213) NEW YORK JOHN ERIC, ALEXANDER MUSIC INC., 311 W. 43 St., Suite 202, New York, NY 10036; (212) MUSIC MAKERS, INC., 57 W. 57 St.. New York, NY 10019; (212) SHELTON LEIGH PALMER & CO., 19 W. 36 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) ; Completion Guarantees and Bonding CALIFORNIA A.I.G. ENTERTAINMENT RISKS, 3699 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010; (213) ALEXANDER & ALEXANDER, 3550 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010; (213) AMERICAN NATIONAL GENERAL AGENCIES, INC., 3801 Barham Blvd.. Suite 320, Los Angeles, CA ; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) BAYLY, MARTIN & FAY INC., 3801 Barham Blvd., Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA ; (213) ; CINE GUARANTORS INC. (div. Taft Entertainment Co.), 3330 Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) COHEN INSURANCE, 2121 Ave. of the Stars, Suite 1260, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) ; FAX: (213) THE COMPLETION BOND COMPANY, INC., 2121 Ave. of the Stars, Suite 830, Century City, CA ; (213) ; FAX: (213) DE WITT/STERN OF CALIFORNIA, Ventura Blvd., Suite 113, Studio City, CA 91604; (818) ; FAX: (818) DISC INSURANCE SERVICES, 3601 W. Olive Ave.. 8th Floor, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) ENTERTAINMENT COMPLETIONS, INC., 4217 Coldwater Canyon Ave., Studio City, CA 91604; (818) FILM FINANCES INC., 9000 Sunset Blvd., Suite 808, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE CO., Entertainment Industry Div., 2121 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 750, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) ; FAX: (213) GATEWAY FORWARDERS INTL., 3911 E. Floral Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90063; (213) GELAND-NEWMAN-WASSERMAN, W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 404, Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) THE HART AGENCY, INC., 6404 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 525, Los Angeles, CA 90048; (213) HOLLINGSWORTH INSURANCE, 1930 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90057; (213) PERCENTERPRISES COMPLETION SERVICES INC., 1801 Ave. of the Stars, #1106, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) PERFORMANCE GUARANTEES INC., 1554 S. Sepulveda Blvd., #102, Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) ALBERT G. RUBEN & CO., INC., 2121 Ave. of the Stars, Suite 700, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) ; FAX: (213) TRUMAN VAN DYKE CO., 6255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 1220, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; FAX: (213) WORLDWIDE COMPLETION SERVICES, INC., 9200 Sunset Blvd., #401, Los Angeles, CA 90069, (213) ; New York office: 888 Seventh Ave., 10106, (212) Services include payroll, cash flow projections, budget analysis, accounting, etc. NEW YORK BAYLY, MARTIN & FAY, INC., 10 E. 40th St., New York, NY 10016; (212) R. A. BOYAR (div. Marsh & McLennon), 1221 Avenue of Americas, New York, NY 10020; (212) BC BURNHAM & COMPANY, 130 William St., New York, NY 10038; 482 Hudson Terrace, Box 1096, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632; (212) COHEN INSURANCE, 225 W. 34th St., New York, NY 10122; (212) DE WITT STERN, GUTMANN CO., 420 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10170; (212) ENTERTAINMENT INSURANCE NETWORK, 15 W. 44th St., New York, NY 10036; (212) D. R. REIFF & ASSOCIATES, 221 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; RICHMAR BROKERAGE, 310 Northern Blvd., Great Neck, NY 11021; (718) ; (516) ALBERT G. RUBEN & CO., 48 W. 25 St., 12 Floor, New York, NY 10010; (212) Consultants CALIFORNIA BLUE MOUNTAIN PRODUCTIONS INC., 1800 N. Highland Ave., #411, Hollywood, CA 90068; (213) THE CORPORATE SEAL, 1310 N. Cherokee Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) CREATIVE ENTERPRISE INTL. INC., 6630 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) CAROLE LIEBERMAN (Psychiatric Script Consultant), 247 S. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) M 2 RESEARCH, 1020 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) MARSHALL/PLUMB RESEARCH ASSOCIATES (Legal research, script clearances), 4150 Riverside Dr., Suite 212, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) MIRAMAR ENTERPRISES, P.O. Box 4621, N. Hollywood, CA 91607; (818) MOTION PICTURE MARINE, 616 Venice Blvd., Marina Del Rey, CA 90291; (213) nd UNIT INC., 616 Venice Blvd., Venice, CA 90291; (213) NEW YORK BENNER MEDICAL PRODUCTIONS, INC., 446 E. 86 St., #6-D, New York, NY 10028; (212) BOOZ, ALLEN & HAMILTON INC., 101 Park Ave.. New York, NY 10178; (212) BROADCAST BUSINESS CONSULTANTS, LTD., 41 E. 42 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) CONSULTANTS FOR TALENT PAYMENT INC., 22 W. 27 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) COOPER & CO., 28 W. 25 St., 12 Fl., New York, NY ; (212) DALE SYSTEM INC., 1101 Stewart Ave., Garden City, NY 11530; (516) ; 250 W. 57 St., New York, NY 10107; (212) DE WITT MEDIA INC., 250 W. 57 St., New York, NY 10107; (212) DELTA CONSULTANTS INC., 333 W. 52 St., #410, New York, NY 10019; (212) FILM COUNSELORS, INC., 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10019; (212) GRAPHIC MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS, 12 W. 27 St., 12th floor, New York, NY 10001; (212) IMAGE TECHNOLOGY, 10 E. 18 St., 3 FI.. New York, NY ; (212) KOLMOR VISIONS INT'L LTD., 286 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10001; (212) MEDIA RESOURCES ASSOCS., 420 E. 64 St., #W2H, New York, NY 10021; (212) PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT ASSOCS., 333 W. 42 St., #2901, New York, NY 10036; (212) REEVES COMMUNICATIONS CORP., 708 Third Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) ; ROSS-GAFFNEY, 21 W. 46 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) SECOND LINE SEARCH, 330 W. 42 St., #2901, New York, NY 10036; (212) SOUND ENTERPRISES, 305 E. 40 St., #18G, New York, NY 10016; (212)

46 Costumes & Uniforms NEW YORK AAA ACADEMY TUXEDOS, Broadway & 54th St., New York, NY 10019: (212) ALLAN UNIFORM RENTAL SERVICE INC., 112 E. 23 St.. New York, NY 10010; (212) ANIMAL OUTFITS FOR PEOPLE CO., 2255 Broadway, New York, NY 10023; (212) CHENKO STUDIO, 167 W. 46 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) COSTUME ARMOUR INC., 2 Mill St., Cornwall -on -Hudson, NY 12520; (914) COSTUME COSTUME, 330 W. 38 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) THE COSTUME SHOP INC., 114 W. 26 St., New York. NY 10001; (212) CREATIVE COSTUME CO., 330 W. 38 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) DAVID'S OUTFITTERS, INC., 36 W. 20 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) DOMSEY INTERNATIONAL SALES CORP., 734 Broadway, New York, NY 10003; (212) ; (718) EAVES -BROOKS COSTUME CO., INC., st Ave., Long Island City, NY 11101; (718) HOUSE OF COSTUMES LTD., 166 Jericho Ihmpike, Mineola, NY 11501; (516) IN COSTUME, 37 W. 20 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) IZQUIERDO STUDIOS, 118 W. 22 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) LAZAR, CATHY, COSTUMES & SOFT PROPS, 155 E. 23 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) LILLIAN COSTUME CO. OF L.I. INC. 226 Jericho'Nmpike, Mineola, NY 11501; (516) ODDS RENTAL, 233 W. 42 St., #506, New York, NY 10036; (212) RUBLE'S COSTUME CO., INC., Jamaica Ave., Richmond Hill, Queens, NY 11418; (718) UNIVERSAL COSTUME CO., INC., 535 Eighth Ave.. New York. NY 10018; (212) WEST COAST ADELE'S OF HOLLYWOOD, 5034 Hollywood Blvd.. Los Angeles, 90027; (213) AMERICAN COSTUME CORP., Raymer St., North Hollywood, CA 91605; (818) BERMANS COSTUME CO., 2019 Stradella Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90077; (213) BUENA VISTA STUDIOS, 500 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521; (818) THE BURBANK STUDIOS, 4000 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91522; (818) C. T. G. COSTUME SHOP, 3301 E. 14th St., Los Angeles, CA 90023; (213) CALIFORNIA COSTUME/NORCOSTO, 5867 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) ; (213) CENTER THEATRE GROUP COSTUME SHOP, 3301 E. 14th St., Los Angeles, CA 90023; (213) THE COSTUME PLACE, 7211 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) COSTUME RENTALS CO., 7007 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91605; (818) ; FAX: (818) ELIZABETH COURTNEY COSTUMES, 8636 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA; (213) DRESSED TO KILL, INC., 8762 Holloway Dr., W. Hollywood, CA 90069; (213) E. C. 2 COSTUMES, 431 S. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) ; FANTASY COSTUMES, 4649'h San Fernando Rd., Glendale, CA 91204; (213) FORMAL TOUCH ANTIQUE TUXEDO SERVICE, 842 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) HOLLYWOOD TOYS & COSTUMES, 6562 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) INTERNATIONAL COSTUME, 1269 Sartori Ave., Torrance, CA 90501; (213) ELIZABETH LUCAS COLLECTION, 1021 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403; (213) PALACE COSTUME COMPANY, 835 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) SOMEWHERE IN TIME COSTUMES, 98 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91105; (818) THE STUDIO WARDROBE DEPT., P.O. Box 3158, Van Nuys, CA 91407; (818) TUXEDO CENTER, 7360 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, 90046; (213) , URSULAS COSTUMES INC., 9067 Venice Blvd.. Los Angeles, CA 90034; (213) VALLEY STUDIO, 150 W. Cypress Ave., Suite G, Burbank, CA 91502; (818) WESTERN COSTUME CO., 5335 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) J. WIGGENS THEATRICAL WARDROBE, Kling, Suite 23, N. Hollywood, CA 91607; (818) Cutting Rooms LOS ANGELES ASTROFILM SERVICE, 932 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) CANNON SOUND STUDIOS, 640 S. San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048; (213) CREST NATIONAL FILM & VIDEOTAPE LABS, 1141 N. Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; : FAX: (213) DELTA PRODUCTIONS, 3333 Glendale, Suite 3, Los Angeles, CA 90039; (213) THE EDITING COMPANY, 8300 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048; (213) THE FILM PLACE, 1311 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) INDEPENDENT PRODUCERS STUDIO INC., 1741 N. Ivan Ave., Suite 109, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) JHD SOUND, Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA ; (213) MOVIE TECH INC., 832 N. Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) PRODUCTIONS WEST, 6311 Romaine, Suite , Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) TRIO VISUAL, 4907 N. Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) UNIVERSAL FACILITIES RENTAL DIV., 100 Universal City Plaza. Universal City, CA 91608; (818) ; YAMAHA INTERNATIONAL CORP., P.O. Box 6600, Buena Park, CA 90622; (714) NEW YORK ANIMATED PRODS., INC., 1600 Broadway, New York, NY 10019; (212) ANOMALY FILMS, 135 Hudson St., New York, NY 10013; (212) ARCHIVE FILM PRODUCTIONS, 530 W. 25 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) CAMERA MART, THE, 456 W. 55 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) JOHN CARTER ASSOCS., INC., 300 W. 55 St., #10-V, New York, NY 10019; (212) CINERGY COMMUNICATIONS CORP 321 W. 44 St., 10036; (212) CINEMA ARTS ASSOCS., INC., 333 W. 52 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) CINETUDES FILM PRODS., 295 W. 4 St., New York, NY 10014; (212) CUTTING EDGE ENTERPRISES, 630 Ninth Ave., 14th floor, New York, NY 10036; (212) DARINO FILMS, 222 Park Ave. S. #2A, New York, NY 10003; (212) EARTHRISE PRODUCTIONS, 1974 Broadway, #200, New York, NY 10023; (212) EASY EDIT, 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) THE EDITING MACHINE, INC., 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) FILM/VIDEO ARTS INC., 817 Broadway, 2nd floor, New York, NY ; (212) KEM EDITING SYSTEMS, INC., Ave., New York, NY 10024; (212) KOPEC FILMS INC., 630 Ninth Ave., #910, New York, NY 10036; (212) MAGNO SOUND & VIDEO, 729 Seventh Ave.. New York, NY 10019; (212) MAYSLES FILM INC., 250 W. 54 St.. New York, NY 10019; (212) THE MULTIVIDEO GROUP LTD., 50 E. 42 St., #1107, New York, NY 10017; (212) ; NATIONAL BROADCASTING CO., 30 Rockefeller Plaza, #412. New York, NY 10112; (212)

47 PHANTASMAGORIA PRODS., 630 Ninth Ave., #801, New York, NY 10036; (212) REFLECTIONS XXII M.P. CO., 263 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ROBERT RICHTER PRODS., INC. 330 W. 42 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) ROSS-GAFFNEY, INC., 21 W. 46 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) TONY SILVER FILMS INC., 242 E. 58 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) SOUND ONE CORP., 1619 Broadway, 8th floor, New York, NY 10019; (212) TODD -AO STUDIOS EAST, 254, 259 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) UPTOWN EDIT, 21 W. 86 St., New York, NY 10024; (212) VALKHN FILMS INC., 1600 Broadway. Suite 404, New York, NY 10019; (212) Editing Equipment LOS ANGELES AMETHYST STUDIOS, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) AMPEX CORP., 340 Parkside Dr., San Fernando, CA 91340; (818) ASTROFILM SERVICE, 932 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) BEXEL CORP., 801 S. Main St., Burbank, CA 91506; (818) BIRNS & SAWYER, INC., 1026 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) CALIFORNIA COMMS. INC., 6900 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) CHENOWETH FILMS, 1860 E. N. Hills Dr., La Habra, CA 90631; (213) CHRISTY'S, 135 N. Victory, Burbank, CA 91502; (818) ; (213) CINE MAGIC & ASSOCIATES, Salt Lake Ave., Northridge, CA 91326; (818) CINEDCO, 1125 Grand Central Ave., Glendale, CA , (818) ; FAX: (818) CINEMA PRODUCTS CORP., 3211 S. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA ; (213) CRAIG PRODUCTIONS, 6314 La Mirada Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) EAGLE EYE FILM COMPANY, 4019 Tbjunga Ave., P.O. Box 1968, Studio City, CA 91604; (818) EDIQUIP, 6820 Romaine St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ALAN GORDON ENTERPRISES, INC., 1430 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; (818) ; FAX: (213) THE GRASS VALLEY GROUP INC., Ventura Blvd., #143, Woodland Hills, CA 91364; (818) HOLLYWOOD FILM CO., 3294 E. 26th St., Los Angeles, CA 90023; (213) J & R FILM CO., INC., 6820 Romaine St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) JACOBSON, GARY, 1248 S. Fairfax, Malibu, CA 90019; (213) KEM WEST INC., 5417 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Suite A, N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (213) MAGNASYNC/MOVIELA CORP. P.O. Box 707, 5539 Riverton Ave., North Hollywood, CA 91601,; (818) MARKET STREET SOUND, 73 Market St., Venice, CA 90291; (213) ; (818) NEWMAN/FRANKS, 2956 Nicada Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90077; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) PLASTIC REEL CORP. OF AMERICA, 8140 Webb Ave., North Hollywood, CA 91605; (818) RBC ENTERPRISES, 1860 E. North Hills Dr., La Habra, CA 90631; (213) GLENN ROLAND FILMS, Wellworth Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90024; (213) RUBBER DUBBERS, INC., 626 Justin Ave., Glendale, CA 91201; (818) SPECTRA SYSTEMS, INC., 2040N. Lincoln St., Burbank, CA 91504; (818) STEENBECK INC., 9554 Vasser Ave., Chatsworth, CA 91311; (818) VIDEO SUPPORT SERVICES, Cahuenga Blvd., W Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) ORLANDO THE POST GROUP, % Walt Disney/MGM Studios, Roy O. Disney Production Center, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830; (407) NEW YORK BROADCAST EQUIPMENT SUPPLY CORP., Box 7460, Rego Park, Queens, NY 11374; (718) THE CAMERA MART, INC., 456 W. 55 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) CAMERA SERVICE CENTER INC., 625 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) CINERGY COMMUNICATIONS, CORP., 321 W. 44 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE AV INC., Box 881, New York, NY 10108; (212) CUTTING EDGE, 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) EASY EDIT, 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) THE EDITING MACHINE, 630 Ninth Ave. #1000 New York, NY 10036; (212) J & R FILM CO., INC., 636 Eleventh Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) KEM EDITING SYSTEMS, 315 W. 57 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) LAUMIC CO., INC., 306 E. 39 St., New York, NY 10016; (212) MPCS VIDEO INDUSTRIES INC., 514 W. 57 St.. New York, NY 10019; (212) ; (800) MAYSLES FILM, INC., 250 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) MONTAGE GROUP LTD., 1 W. 85 St., New York, NY 10024; (212) MOTION PICTURES ENTERPRISES, INC. 430 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) NEUMADE, P.O. Box 5001, Norwalk, CT 06856; (203) PLASTIC REEL CORP. OF AMERICA, Brisbin Ave., Lyndhurst, NJ 07071; (201) ; (212) PREVIEW EQUIPMENT CO., 432 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) ROSS-GAFFNEY INC., 21 W. 46 St., 9th floor, New York, NY 10036; (212) SPERA CORP., 511 W. 33 St., New York, NY ; (212) STUDIO FILM & TAPE INC., 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) Editing Services LOS ANGELES ACE & EDIE 2, 722 N. Seward St., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) ADVENTURE FILM & TAPE, 1034 N. Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ALTER IMAGE, 113 N. Naomi St., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) ASTROFILM SERVICE, 932 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) AVAILABLE LIGHT LTD., 3110 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) THE BURBANK STUDIOS, 4000 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91522; (818) CFI (CONSOLIDATED FILM INDUSTRIES), 959 Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) CHRISTY'S EDITORIAL FILM SUPPLY, INC., 135 N. Victory Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) ; (213) ; FAX: (213) THE CINEASTE GROUP, 812 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) COMPACT VIDEO SERVICES, INC., 2813 W. Alameda Ave., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) ; (800) CRAWFORD EDITORIAL, 2440 El Contento Dr.. Hollywood, CA 90068; (213) CROSS CUTS, 1330 N. Vine St., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) THE CULVER STUDIOS, 9336 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90230; (213) ; DELTA PRODUCTIONS, 3333 Glendale Blvd., Suite 3, Los Angeles, CA 90039; (213) EAGLE EYE FILM CO., 4019 Tbjunga Ave., P.O. Box 1968, Studio City, CA 91604; (818) ECHO FILM SERVICES, INC., 4119 Burbank Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505; (818)

48 THE EDITING COMPANY, 8300 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048; (213) ELECTRONIC ARTS & TECHNOLOGY, 3655 Motor Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90034; (213) FILM CORE, 849 N. Seward St., Hollywood, 90038; (213) FILM PLACE, THE, 1311 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles 90028; (213) FILMSERVICE LABORATORIES, INC., 1019 N. Cole Ave., Suite 5, Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) POST PRODUCTION, 6425 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) FREUD & KLEPPEL INC., 6290 Sunset Blvd., #603, Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) HOLLYWOOD ASSOCIATES, INC., 359 E. Magnolia Blvd., Suite G, Burbank, CA IMAGE TRANSFORM LAB., 4142 Lankershim Blvd., No. Hollywood, CA 91602; (818) ; (800) INDEPENDENT PRODUCERS STUDIO INC., 1741 N. Ivar Ave., Suite 109, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) KEM WEST, 5417 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Suite A, North Hollywood, CA 91601; (213) LASER EDIT, INC., 540 N. Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) LION'S GATE STUDIOS, 1861 S. Bundy Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) ; FAX: (213) MATHERS, JIM, FILM COMPANY, P.O. Box 1973, Studio City, CA 91604; (818) MOFFIT, WILLIAM ASSOCS., 747 N. Lake Ave., #B, Pasadena, CA 91104; (818) MOVIE TECH INC., 832 N. Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) PARAMOUNT STUDIO GROUP, 5555 Melrose Ave., Hollywood 90038; (213) POST PLUS INC., 6650 Santa Monica Blvd., 2nd floor. Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) PRO VIDEO/CINETAPE, 801 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) ; THE PRODUCTION GROUP, 1330 N. Vine St., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) ; FAX: (213) RED CAR, 1040 N. Las Palmas Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) REEL THING OF CALIFORNIA INC., 1253 N. Vine St., Suite 14, Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) RENCHER'S EDITORIAL SERVICE, 738 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) TELEVISION CENTER, 6311 Romaine St., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) UNIVERSAL FACILITIES RENTAL DIVISION, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City 91608; (818) ; WARNER HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS, 1041 N. Formosa Ave., W. Hollywood, CA 90046; (213) WILDWOOD FILM SERVICE, 6855 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) WOLLIN PRODUCTION SERVICES, INC., 666 N. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles. CA 90069; (213) NEW YORK A & R, INC., 214 E. 49 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) ALSCHULER, JANE & CO., 1180 Ave. of the Americas, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10036; (212) ANI -LIVE FILM SERVICE, INC., 45 W 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) ANIMATED PRODS., INC., 1600 Broadway, 10019; (212) ANOTHER DIRECTION, 231 E. 51 St., 10022; (212) BACKSTREET EDIT, INC., 49 W. 27 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) BENDER EDITORIAL SERVICE, INC., 27 E. 39 St., New York, NY 10016; (212) BERT'S PLACE, 141 E. 44 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) B. CANARICK'S CO., LTD., 50 E. 42 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) CHARLES, MICHAEL, EDITORIAL, 6 E. 45 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) CHUNG GROUP, INC., II E. 47 St., 5th floor, New York, NY 10017; (212) CINE METRIC, INC., 290 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) CINE TAPE, INC., 241 E. 51 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) CRESCENT CUTTERS, INC., 304 E. 45 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) CREW CUTS FILM & TAPE, INC., 9 E. 47 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) A CUT ABOVE, EDITORIAL INC., 17 E. 45 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) THE CUTTING EDGE/EDITORIAL, 420 Lexington Ave., New York. NY 10017; (212) DJM FILMS, INC., 4 E. 46 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) ; DEE, DAVID, 62 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) DELL, JEFF, ENTERPRISES, INC., 241 E. 51 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) EDITING CONCEPTS, 214 E. 50 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) THE EDITING HOUSE, INC., 250 E. 48 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) THE EDITORS, 220 E. 48 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) EDITORS CORNER, 415 E. 71 St., New York, NY 10021; (212) EDITOR'S GAS, 16 E. 48 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) EDITORS HIDEAWAY, INC., 219 E. 44 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) EDITORS SCENE INC., 250 E. 48 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) FILM BILLDERS, 10 E. 40 St., New York. NY 10016; (212) FILM -RITE, INC., 1185 Ave. of the Americas. New York, NY 10036; (212) FINAMORE, D.P., 619 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) FIRST CUT PRODUCTION, 16 W. 45 St., New York. NY 10036; (212) FIRST EDITION/COMPOSITE FILMS, 5 E. 47 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) FREDERIC FISCHER FILMS, 28 Verandah Pl., Brooklyn, NY 11201; (718) GOLD, JAY, INC., 342 Madison Ave., #424, New York, NY 10173; (212) GRENADIER PRODS., INC., 220 E. 23 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) GROVE, ERIC, FILM, 32 W. 22 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) HARVEY'S PLACE, 919 Third Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) HAYES, DENNIS, FILM EDITING, INC., 9 E. 40 St., New York, NY 10016; (213) HORN/EISENBERG FILM & TAPE EDITING, 16 W. 46 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) HOROWITZ, ROBERT, FILMS, 321 W. 44 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) HUDSON, SCOTT, EDITORIAL, 25 W. 43 St.. New York, NY 10036; (212) JPC VISUALS, I1 E. 47 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) ROBERT JUBIN LTD., 11 E. 47 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) JUPITER EDITORIAL SERVICE, 201E. 16 St., New York, NY 10003, (212) KOPEL FILMS, INC., 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) LFR EDITORIAL, INC., 20 E. 46 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) LANDA, SAUL, INC., 35 W. 87 St., New York, NY 10024; (212) ; MBC EDITORIAL INC., 241 E. 51 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) MAGNO SOUND & VIDEO, 729 Seventh Ave., 10019; (212) MESSINA EDITORIAL, INC., 18 E. 41 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) MS EDITORIAL, INC. 200 W. 57 St., Suite 901, New York, NY 10019; (212) MORTY'S FILM SERVICES, LTD., 10 E. 40 St., New York, NY 10016; (212) OASIS FILM & TAPE EDITORIAL SERVICES, INC., 141 E. 44 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) P.A.T. FILM SERVICES, 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) PDR PRODUCTIONS, INC., 219 E. 44 St.. New York, NY 10017; (212) PALESTRINI FILM EDITING, INC., 575 Lexington Ave.. New York, NY 10022; (212) 752 -EDIT. PELCO EDITORIAL INC., 757 Third Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) 319 -EDIT PHOTOSONIC EDITING, INC., 420 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) PINEYRO, GLORIA, FILM SERVICES CORP., 19 W. 21 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) POWER POST PRODUCTION, 25 W. 43 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) REBELEDIT, 292 Madison Ave.. 26th Floor, New York, NY 10017; (212) REFLECTIONS XXII M.P. CO., 263 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212)

49 RICH ENTERPRISES CORP., 15 W. 26 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) ROSEBUD PRODUCTIONS, INC., 141 E. 44 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) ROSS-GAFFNEY, INC., 21 W. 46 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) ; SG VIDEO, 16 W. 22 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) SALAMANDRA IMAGES, INC., 6 E. 39 St., New York, NY 10016; (212) SANDPIPER EDITORIAL SERVICE, 50 W. 40 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) SELIGMAN, MAX, P.O. Box 710, Jackson Heights, NY 11372; (718) SOLOMON, LAURENCE, FILM GROUP, 244 W. 49th St., Suite 400, New York, NY 10019; (212) SPECTRUM ASSOCS. INC., 536 W. 29 St., New York, NY 10001, (212) SPLICE IS NICE, 141 E. 44 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) START MARK, 16 E. 52 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) STONE -CUTTERS, 422 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) SYLIANOU, MICHEL, PRODUCTIONS, NC., 301 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) SYNCRO FILM SERVICES, INC., 72 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) TAKE 5 EDITORIAL SERVICES, INC., 681 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) THE TAPE HOUSE EDITORIAL, 216 E. 45 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) TAPESTRY PRODUCTIONS, LTD., 924 Broadway, 2nd floor, New York, NY 10010; (212) THE TRAILER SHOP, INC., 21 W. 46 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) TRAIMAN, HENRY, ASSOCIATES, 160 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016; (212) VALKHN FILMS INC., 1600 Broadway, Suite 406, New York, NY 10019; (212) WACHTER, GARY, EDITORIAL, INC., 159 W. 53 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) WARMFLASH PRODUCTIONS, INC., 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) WESTBROOK FILM SERVICE INC., 118 E. 25 St., 8 Floor, New York, NY 10010; (212) WILLIAMS, BILLY, EDITORIAL, 231 E. 51 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) WORLD CINEVISION SERVICES, INC., 321 W. 44 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) Film Processing Labs ATLANTA CINEFILM LABORATORY, 2156 Faulkner Rd., N.E., 30324; (404) ; (800) SOUTHERN FILM LAB INC., 2050-H Chamblee lhcker Rd., Chamblee, GA 30341; (404) BOSTON CINE SERVICE LABORATORIES, INC., 1380 Soldiers Field Rd., Brighton, 02135; (617) DU ART BOSTON/NEW ENGLAND, 650 Beacon St., 02215; (617) ; FILM SERVICE LAB, 93 Harvey St., Cambridge, MA 02140; (617) SPORTS FILM LAB, 361 W. Broadway, South Boston 02127; (617) CHICAGO ALLIED FILM & VIDEO SERVICES, 1322 W. Belmont Ave., 60657; (312) ASTRO COLOR LAB, 61 W. Erie, 60610; (312) CINEMA VIDEO CENTER, 211 E. Grand Ave., 60611; (312) EASTMAN KODAK CO., 1331 Business Center Dr., Mt. Prospect 60056; (312) FILMACK, 1327 S. Wabash, 60605; (312) SPECTRUM MOTION PICTURE LAB, 399 Gundersen, Carol Stream, IL 60187; (312) ; (800) COLUMBIA, SC SOUTHEASTERN FILM COMPANY, 3604 Main St., 29203; (803) COLUMBUS, OH JOHN R. BENNETT, 2553 Cleveland Ave., 43211; (614) DALLAS ALLIED & WBS FILM & VIDEO SERVICES, 4 Dallas Communications Complex, #111, Irving 75039; (214) SOUTHWEST FILM LABORATORY, INC., 3024 Fort Worth Ave., 75211; (214) DAYTON, OH VALDHERE INC., 3060 Valleywood Dr., Dayton, 45429; (513) DETROIT FILM CRAFT LAB., INC., 66 Sibley, 48201; (313) MULTI -MEDIA INC., 7154 E. Nevada St., 48234; (313) PRODUCERS COLOR SERVICE, 2921 E. Grand Blvd., 48202; (313) WILLIAMS SERVICE, 601 W. Fort, 48226; (313) HOLLYWOOD -LOS ANGELES ALPHA CINE LABORATORY INC., 5724 W. Third St., Suite 311, Los Angeles, 90036; (213) ASHLAND FILM LAB., 747 N. Seward St., Hollywood 90038; (213) AUDIO VISUAL HEADQUARTERS CORP., 361 N. Oak, Inglewood 90302; (213) BROADCAST STANDARDS, INC., 2044 Cottner Ave., Los Angeles, 90025; (213) CINESERVICE, INC., 65181/2 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, 90038; (213) CONRAD FILM DUPLICATING COMPANY, 6750 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, 90038; (213) CONSOLIDATED FILM INDUSTRIES, 959 N. Seward St., Hollywood, 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) CREST NATIONAL FILM & VIDEO LABS, 1141 N. Seward St., Hollywood, 90038; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) DELUXE LABORATORIES, INC., 1377 N. Serrano Ave., Hollywood, 90027; (213) ; (800) 2DE-LUXE. EASTMAN KODAK LABORATORY 1017 N. Las Palmas Ave., Los Angeles, 90038; (213) ; (800) FILM TECHNOLOGY CO. INC., 6900 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, 90038; (213) FILMSERVICE & VIDEO LABS, INC., 1019 N. Cole Ave., Suite 5, Hollywood, 90038; (213) FLORA COLOR, 1715 N. Mariposa, Hollywood, CA 90027; (213) FOTO-KEM FOTO-TRONICS, FILM -VIDEO LAB, 2800 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, 91505; (818) ; FAX: (818) FOTORAMA, 1507 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles ; (213) GETTY FILM LAB, 7641 Densmore Ave., Van Nuys, CA 91406; (818) HOLLYWOOD FILM & VIDEO INC., 6060 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, 90028; (213) ; FAX: (213) HOLMES, FRANK, LABORATORIES, 1947 First St., San Fernando, 91340; (818) IMAGE TRANSFORM LABORATORY, 3611 N. San Fernando Rd., Burbank, 91505; (818) MGM/UA LABS., INC W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, 90230; (213) METROCOLOR LAB, (div. of Lorimar Iblepictures),10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, ; (213) ; MORCRAFT FILMS, 837 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, 90038; (213) MULTI -LAB, 1633 Maria St., Burbank, 91504; (213) NEWELL COLOR LAB, 221 N. Westmoreland Ave., Los Angeles, 90004; (213) NEWSFILM LABORATORY, INC., 516 N. Larchmont Blvd., Hollywood, 90004; (213) PACIFIC FILM LABORATORIES, 835 N. Seward, Los Angeles, 90038; (213) PACIFIC TITLE & ART STUDIO, 6350 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, 90038; (213) ; PEERLESS FILM PROCESSING CORP., 920 Allen Ave., Glendale, 91201; (818) RGB COLOR LAB, 816 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, 90038; (213) SINA'S CUSTOM LAB, 3136 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 90010; (213)

50 THE LEADER IN MOTION PICTURE FILM CARE AND REJUVENATION FOR OVER A HALF CENTURY SAM BORODINSKY CONTACT: JERRY MOCIUK Filmtreat International Corporation Orchard Street, Long Island City, N.Y Tel. (718) Fax (718) CONTACT: LARRY ZIDE Filmtreat West Corporation Montague Lane, Pacoima, CA Tel. (818) Fax (818)

51 SUPER CINE, INC., 2214 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, 91506; (818) TECHNICOLOR INC., (Professional Film Division), 4050 Lanker - shim BI., North Hollywood, 91608; (818) UNITED COLOR LAB. INC., 835 N. Seward, Hollywood, 90038; (213) ; UNIVERSAL FACILITIES RENTAL DIVISION, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, 91608; (818) ; YALE LABS, 1509 N. Gordon St., Los Angeles, 90028; (213) HOUSTON THE PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORIES, 1926 W. Gray, 77019; (713) MEMPHIS, TN MOTION PICTURE LABORATORIES, INC., 781 S. Main St ; (901) ; (800) MIAMI, FL CONTINENTAL FILM LABS, INC., 1998 Northeast 150 St., N. Miami, 33181; (305) ; (800) MILWAUKEE, WI CENTRAL FILM LABORATORY & PHOTO SUPPLY, 1003 North Third St., 53203; (414) NEW ORLEANS PAN AMERICAN FILMS, 822 N. Rampart St., 70116; (504) NEW YORK CITY A-1 REVERSE -O -LAB INC., 333 W. 39 St., 10018; (212) ACCURATE FILM LABS, 45 W. 45 St., 10036; (212) ACCUTREAT FILM, INC., 630 Ninth Ave., 10036; (212) CINE MAGNETICS FILM & VIDEO, 50 W. 40 St., 10018; (212) DELUXE GENERAL INC., 630 Ninth Ave., 10036; (212) DU -ART FILM LABORATORIES, 245 W. 55 St., 10019; (212) GUFFANTI FILM LABORATORIES INC., 630 Ninth Ave., 10036; (212) HBO STUDIO PRODS., 120A E. 23 St., 10010; (212) J & D LABS INC., 12 W. 21 St., 10010; (212) JAN FILM LAB, INC., 302 W. 37 St., 10018; (212) KIN -O -LUX, INC., 17 W. 45 St., 10036; (212) LAB -LINK, INC., 115 W. 45 St., 10036; (212) KEN LIEBERMAN LABORATORIES INC., 118 W. 22 St., 10011; (212) MAGNO SOUND & VIDEO, 729 Seventh Ave., 10019; (212) ; FAX: (212) MAGNO VISUALS, 115 W. 45 St., 10036; (212) ; MILLENNIUM FILM WORK SHOP, 66 E. 4 St., 10003; (212) MOVIELAB INC., 619 W. 54 St., 10019; (212) PRECISION FILM & VIDEO LABS, 630 Ninth Ave., 10036; (212) STUDIO FILM & VIDEO LABS INC., 321 W. 44 St. #512, 10036; (212) STUDIO WEST LTD., 321 W. 44 St., #504, 10036; (212) TVC LABS, INC., 311 W. 43 St., 10036; (212) ; Outside NY: (800) TECHNICOLOR INC., 321 W. 44 St., 10036; (212) VAN CHROMES CORP 21 W. 46 St., 10036; (212) OMAHA CORNHUSKER FILM PROCESSING LAB, 1817 Vinton St., 68108; (402) PITTSBURGH WRS MOTION PICTURE LAB., 210 Semple St., 15213; (412) PORTLAND OR TEKNIFILM INC., 909 N.W. 19th, 97209; (503) SALT LAKE CITY, UT ALPHA CINE LAB. INC., 450 S. 900 St., #205, 84102; (801) SAN FRANCISCO DINER/ALLIED FILM & VIDEO, 620 Third St., 94107; (415) HIGHLAND LABS., 840 Battery St., 94111; (415) LUCASFILM LTD., P.O. Box 2009, San Rafael, CA 94912; (415) MONACO LABORATORIES, INC., 234 Ninth St., 94103; (415) SEATTLE, WA ALPHA CINE LABORATORY, 1001 Lenora St., 98121; (206) ; (800) FORDE MOTION PICTURE LABORATORY, 306 Fairview Ave. N., 98109; (206) ; (800) SPRINGFIELD, MA PENFIELD PRODUCTIONS LTD., 35 Springfield St., Agawam 01001; (413) TAMPA, FL BEACON FILM LABORATORY, 8029 N. Nebraska Ave.; (813) Film Preservation ACCUTREAT FILMS, INC., 630 Ninth Ave., #1101, New York, NY 10036; (212) AFD/PHOTOGRAD FILM COATING LAB, 1015 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) BARTCO CO 924 N. Formosa, Hollywood, CA 90046; (213) BONDED SERVICES, 5260 Vineland Ave., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) ; FAX: (818) DELTA PRODUCTIONS, 3333 Glendale Blvd., Suite 3, Los Angeles. CA 90039; (213) DURAFILM CO 137 No. La Brea Ave., Hollywood, CA 90036; (213) FILMLIFE INCORPORATED, Filmlife Bldg., 141 Moonachie Road, Moonachie, NJ 07074; (201) FILMTREAT INTERNATIONAL CORP., Orchard St., Long Island City, NY 11101; (718) Y. W. Mociuk, pres. (See display ad on P. 365.) FILMTREAT WEST CORP., Montague Lane, Pacoima, CA 91331; (818) HOLLYWOOD VAULTS, 742 N. Seward St., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) ; (805) INTERNATIONAL CINE SERVICES, INC., 733 Salem St., Glendale, CA 91203; (818) PEERLESS FILM PROCESSING CORPORATION, Orchard St., Long Island City, NY 11101; (718) Y. M. Mociuk, pres. PERMAFILM NORTH AMERICA CORP., 280 High St., Milford, CT 06460; (203) PRODUCERS FILM CENTER, 948 N. Sycamore Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) TITRA FILM CALIFORNIA INC., 733 Salem St.. Glendale, CA 91203; (818) WESTERN FILM INDUSTRIES, W. Agoura Rd., Suite 302, Westlake Village, CA 91361; (818) ; FAX: (818) Film Storage Vaults ATLANTA BENTON FILM FORWARDING CO 168 Baker St., N.W.; (404) FORT LEE, NJ BONDED FILM STORAGE, service & storage: 550 Main St., Fort Lee, NJ 07024; (212) ; (201) BONDED SERVICES, exec. offices: 2050 Center Ave., 07024; (201) ; (212) (NY). FORT LEE FILM STORAGE & SERVICE, 504 Jane St., 07024; (201) HOLLYWOOD -LOS ANGELES (Hollywood studios have their own storage vaults) 366

52 .,_1111_ AMERICAN ARCHIVES, INC., Weddington St., North Hollywood, 91601; (818) 506-STOR; (818) ARCHIVES FOR ADVANCED MEDIA, 838 N. Seward St., Los Angeles, 90038; (213) BEKINS RECORDS MANAGEMENT, 1025 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, 90038; (213) BELL & HOWELL RECORDS MANAGEMENT, 1025 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, 90038; (213) BONDED SERVICES, 5260 Vineland Ave., North Hollywood, 91601; (818) ; FAX: (818) BRAKEWATER TRANSPORT, INC., 8401 E. Slauson Ave., Pico Rivera, CA 90660; (213) CONSOLIDATED FILM INDUSTRIES, 959 N. Seward St., Hollywood CA 90038; (213) (Stores only film which Consolidated Laboratory is handling.) RAY HACKIE FILM SERVICE, 1738 Cordova St., Los Angeles, 90007; (213) ; (213) HOLLYWOOD FILM CO., 5446 Carbon Way, Hollywood, 90027; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) HOLLYWOOD VAULTS, INC., Vault: 742 N. Seward St., Hollywood 90038; Office: 1780 Prospect Ave., Santa Barbara, CA 93103; (805) ; FAX: (805) INTERNATIONAL CINE SERVICES, INC., 733 Salem St., Glendale, 91203; (818) TYLIE JONES/WEST, 3519 W. Pacific Ave., Burbank, 91505; (818) , (818) PACIFIC TITLE ARCHIVES, 4800 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, 90019; (213) ; 561 Mateo St., Los Angeles, 90013; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) ; Vanowen St., N. Hollywood, 91605; (818) PRODUCERS FILM CENTER, 948 N. Sycamore Ave., Hollywood, 90038; (213) S.A. GLOBEL STUDIOS, 201 N. Occidental Blvd., Los Angeles, 90026; (213) TAPE -FILM INDUSTRIES (TF1), 941 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood 90038; (213) THEATRE TRANSIT, INC., 8401E. Slauson Ave., Pico Rivera, 90660; (213) THE VAULT WORKS, 7306 Coldwater Canyon Ave., North Hollywood 91605; (818) NEW YORK CITY ANI LIVE FILM SERVICE, INC., 222 E. 46 St., 10017; (212) BEKINS RECORDS MANAGEMENT, 609 W. 51 St., 10019; (212) BELL & HOWELL RECORDS MGT., 609 W. 51 St., 10019; (212) ; 225 Varick St.; New York, NY 10014; (212) BONDED SERVICES, 250 W. 57 St., 10019; (212) ; 550 Main St., Ft. Lee, NJ; (212) ; (201) PAT FILM SERVICES, INC., 630 Ninth Ave., 10036; (212) RAPID FILM TECHNIQUE, INC., th St., Long Island City, 11101; (212) TAPE -FILM INDUSTRIES, 619 W. 54 St., 10019; (212) Financing Companies & Banking Services J.E. ANDARY PRODUCTIONS & FINANCING, 7080 Hollywood Blvd. #114, Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) BANK OF AMERICA Entertainment Industries Division, 555 S. Flower St., Los Angeles, CA 90071; (213) BANK OF BEVERLY HILLS, 9808 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 207, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) BANK OF CALIFORNIA Entertainment Division, 9401 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) BANK OF NEW YORK, 530 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) BANKERS TRUST, Media Division, 280 Park Ave., 15th floor, New York, NY 10017; (212) CAMDEN ENTERTAINMENT FINANCE INC., 9454 Wilshire Blvd., #650, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) CHARTER FINANCIAL INC., One Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10020; (212) CHASE MANHATTAN BANK, N.A., Media & Communications Component, 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza, 5th floor, New York, NY 10081; (212) ; CHEMICAL BANK Entertainment Industries Group, 277 Park Ave., New York, NY 10172; (212) ; 333 S. Grand Ave., Suite 2600, Los Angeles, CA 90071; (213) 5057; CINEMA GROUP, 8758 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90034; (213) CINEREP SERVICES, 28 Avenue 28th, Marina Del Rey, CA 90291; (213) CITICORP, USA, INC., 725 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90017; (213) ; CITY NATIONAL BANK Entertainment Division, 400 N. Roxbury Dr., Suite 400, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (213) CONSTANT FINANCIAL SERVICES INC., 8749 Holloway Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) THE CROCKER BANK, Entertainment Industries Group, Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 420-A, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) DoC AMERICA BANKING CORP., 600 Fifth Ave., 16th Floor, New York, NY 10020; (212) EUROPEAN AMERICAN BANK, Entertainment Finance, 10 Hanover Sq., New York, NY 10015; (212) FILM FINANCES, INC., 9000 Sunset Blvd., Suite 808, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) ; FAX: (213) ; TELEX: FIRST BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, Entertainment Division, 444 S. Flower St., Suite 1730, Los Angeles, CA 90017; (213) FIRST CHARTER BANK Entertainment Division, 265 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (213) FIRST INTERSTATE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, Entertainment Division, 9601 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (213) FIRST LOS ANGELES BANK Entertainment Division, 9595 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) FLEET CREDIT CORPORATION, 3990 Westerly Place, Suite 100, Newport Beach, CA 92660; (714) GOLCHAN, FREDERIC PRODUCTIONS, 4000 Warner Blvd. Production One, Room 104A, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) HERITAGE ENTERTAINMENT, INC., W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) HILTON FINANCIAL GROUP, INC., 3500 W. Olive Ave., Suite 740, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) IMPERIAL BANKING, Entertainment Banking, 9777 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION RESOURCES, INC., (a unit of M.C.E.G. Inc.), 575 Fifth Ave., Suite 24C, New York, NY 10017; (212) ; FAX: (212) THE LEWIS HORWITZ ORGANIZATION, 1840 Century Park East, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) M.C.E.G- (Management Co. Entertainment Group Inc.), Olympic Blvd., #500, Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) ; 575 Fifth Ave., #24-C, New York, NY 10017; (212) MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK, 1840 Century Park East, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) METRO BANK Entertainment Division, Wilshire Blvd., 3rd floor, Los Angeles, CA 90024; (213) MOTION PICTURES INVESTMENT CO., 430 S. Burnside Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) PHOENIX FINANCIAL GROUP, 630 Third Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) SECURITY PACIFIC MERCHANT BANK, 333 S. Hope St., H 14-60, Los Angeles, CA 90071; (213) ; SPECTRUM ENTERTAINMENT LTD., 8800 Sunset Blvd, Suite 302, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) TOKAI BANK OF CALIFORNIA, 200 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91105; (818) TOUCHE ROSS, 2029 Century Park E., Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA ; (213) ; FAX: (213) UNION BANK, 9460 Wilshire Blvd., Ist Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90213; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) WALKER CORPORATE FINANCIAL CONSULTING, P.O. Box , Sunset Station, Hollywood, CA WELLS FARGO BANK Entertainment Division, 9600 Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 92010; (213) ; FAX: (213) WESTERN SECURITY BANK, ENTERTAINMENT DIVISION, 4100 W. Alameda Ave., Toluca Lake, CA 91505; (818) Lighting Equipment CALIFORNIA ACEY-DECY EQUIPMENT CO., 5420 Vineland Ave., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) ; FAX: (818) ADCO EQUIPMENT, INC., 605 Freeway at Rose Hill Rd., P.O. Box 2100, City of Industry, CA 91746; (213) ; (714) AMERICAN NEONICS, INC., 5542 Satsuma Ave.. North Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) ; (213) ; FAX: (818) AMETRON RENTALS, 1200 N. Vine St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213)

53 AUTOMATED STUDIO LIGHTING, 545 Rodier St., Glendale, CA 91201; (818) BARDWELL & MC ALISTER INC., 2621 Empire Ave., Burbank, CA 91504; (213) ; (818) BERC (BROADCAST EQUIPMENT RENTAL COMPANY), 4545 Chermak St., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) ; (213) ; FAX: (818) BERLIN LIGHTING & GENERATORS, 9315 Burnet Ave., Sepulveda, CA 91343; (818) BIFROST EFFECTS/LASERFX, 6733 Sale Ave., Canoga Park, CA 91307; (818) BIRNS & SAWYER INC., 1026 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) BUENA VISTA STUDIOS, 500 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521; (818) THE BURBANK STUDIOS, 4000 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91522; (818) CALIFORNIA VIDEO CENTER, 5432 W. 102 St., Los Angeles, CA 90045; (213) ; (213) ; FAX: (213) CASTEX RENTALS, INC., 1044 N. Cole Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) CHINDIT EQUIPMENT CO., 717 S. Victory Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) CINE VIDEO, 948 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) CINELEASE INC., 2020 N. Lincoln St., Burbank, CA 91504; (818) CINEVANS LOCATION EQUIPMENT, P.O. Box 2390, Toluca Lake Station, North Hollywood, CA 91602; (818) CINEWORKS-CINERENTS, 1119 N. Hudson Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) COOL LIGHT COMPANY INC., 5723 Auckland Ave., North Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) CUSTOM NEON, 2210 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90016; (213) 937 -NEON. EXPENDABLE SUPPLY STORE, 7830 N. San Fernando Rd., Sun Valley, CA 91352; (818) ; (213) ; 1316 N. Western Ave., Hollywood, CA 90027; (213) ; FAX: (818) EXPENDABLES PLUS (Div. of Cinelease Inc.), 140 S. Victory Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) ; FAX: (818) FAX COMPANY, 1430 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; (818) ; FAX: (213) FILMTRUCKS, INC., 1116 Gault St., N. Hollywood, CA 91605; (818) ; (213) FIORENTINO IMERO ASSOCIATES, 7060 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 1000, Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) G -FORCE INTERNATIONAL ENTERTAINMENT CORP., 279 S. Beverly Dr., Suite 1038, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) GMT STUDIOS, 5751 Buckingham Pkway, Unit C, Culver City, CA 90230; (213) ALAN GORDON ENTERPRISES, INC., 1430 N. Cahuenga Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; (818) ; FAX: (213) HARRAH'S THEATRE SERVICE & SUPPLY, 624B S. San Fernando Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) ; FAX: (818) HARRIS, DENNY, INC., OF CALIFORNIA, W. Olympic Blvd.. Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) HOFFMAN VIDEO SYSTEMS, 870 N. Vine St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) HOLLYWOOD CENTER STUDIOS INC., 1040 N. Las Palmas Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) HOLLYWOOD RENTAL COMPANY, INC., 7848 N. San Fernando Rd., Sun Valley, CA 91352; (818) ; (213) ; FAX: (818) INTER VIDEO/TRITRONICS, INC., 733 N. Victory Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) ; ; FAX: (818) J & L SERVICE, Victory Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91606; (818) JLW STUDIO RENTALS, 8033 Sunset Blvd., Suite 5010, Los Angeles, CA 90046; (818) KEYLITE PSI, 333 S. Front St., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) ; FAX: (818) L.A. MARQUEE INC., Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604; (818) LASER MEDIA, INC., 2046 Armacost Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) ; FAX: (213) LEE AMERICA WEST INC., 3620 Valhalla Dr., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) ; FAX: (818) LEE COLORTRAN, INC., 1015 Chestnut St., Burbank, CA 91506; (818) ; FAX: (818) LEONETTI CINE RENTALS, 5609 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) ; FAX: (213) LEXUS LIGHTING, INC., 7562 San Fernando Rd., Sun Valley, CA 91352; (818) LOWEY & CO., 2307 Castilian Dr., Hollywood, CA 90068; (213) LTM CORP. OF AMERICA, Pendleton St., Sun Valley, CA 91352; (213) MOLE-RICHARDSON CO., 937 N. Sycamore Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) NIGHTS OF NEON, 7337 Varna Ave.. N. Hollywood, CA 91605; (818) ; FAX: (818) NORCOSTCO, INC., 5867 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (213) ; (818) ; FAX: (818) ONE PASS FILM & VIDEO, One China Basin Bldg., San Francisco, CA 94107; (415) THE PALADIN GROUP, INC., 7356 Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) PALINKO'S STUDIO, 9901 Edmore Pl., Sun Valley, CA 91352; (818) ; PROFESSIONAL DESIGN PRODUCTS, INC., 5123 Dahlia Dr., P.O. Box 41174, Los Angeles, CA 90041; (213) ; FAX: (213) RALEIGH STUDIOS, 650 N. Bronson Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90004; (213) ; FAX: (213) ROSCO LABORATORIES INC., 1135 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) S.A. GLOBAL STUDIOS, 201 N. Occidental Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026; (213) THE SHOTMAKER/LIGHTMAKER COMPANY, Avenue Crocker, Valencia, CA 91355; (805) ; (800) ; FAX: (805) S.I.R. LIGHTING INC., 6048 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; SPRINGBOARD STUDIOS, Montague St., Arleta, CA 91331; (818) STRAND CENTURY LIGHTING, S. Santa Fe Ave., Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221; (213) STUDIO SPECTRUM INC., 1056 N. Lake St., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) SUNDANCE, 4211 Arch Dr., Suite 201, Studio City, CA 91604; (818) SUPERSTAGE, 5724 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) TM MOTION PICTURE EQUIPMENT RENTALS, 7365 Greenbush Ave., North Hollywood, CA 91605; (818) TELEMEDIA PRODUCTIONS, Ventura Blvd., Suite 660, Tarzana, CA 91356; (818) TRIANGLE SCENERY/DRAPERY/LIGHTING CO., 1215 Bates Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90029; (213) ULTRAVISION INC., 7022 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) UNITED TELEPRODUCTION SERVICES, Oxnard St., Van Nuys, CA 91411; (818) UNIVERSAL FACILITIES RENTAL DIVISION, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608; (818) ; UT PHOTO SERVICE, 3088 N. Clybourn Ave., Burbank, CA 91505; (213) THE VALENCIA STUDIOS, Avenue Crocker, Valencia, CA 91355; (805) ; (800) STA -GEIT; FAX: (805) VISUAL EYES PRODUCTIONS, 2401 Main St., Santa Monica, CA 90405; (213) ; FAX: (213) THE WASHINGTON SOURCE FOR LIGHTING, INC., 8702 Old Ardmore Rd., Landover, MD 20785; (301) WHITEHOUSE AUDIO VISUAL, W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064: (213) EAST COAST BARBIZON ELECTRIC, 426 W. 55 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; 3 Draper St., Woburn, MA 01801; (617) ; 1125 N. 53 Court, West Palm Beach, FL 33407; (407) ; 6437G General Green Way, Alexandria, VA 22312; (703) BIG APPLE CINE SERVICE, St., Long Island City, NY 11101; (719) BOKEN, INC., 513 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) THE CAMERA GROUP, 599 Eleventh Ave., 6th Floor, New York, NY 10036; (212) THE CAMERA MART, 456 W. 55 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) CAMERA SERVICE CENTER, 625 W. 54 St., New York, NY (213) CECO INTERNATIONAL CORP., 440 W. 15 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) CESTARE, THOMAS, INC., 188 Herricks Rd., Mineola, NY, 11501; (516) CHELSEA FILM & VIDEO, INC., 1 W. 19 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) ERIK LIGHTING INC., 4077 Park Ave., Bronx, NY 10457; (212) ; (800) FEATURE SYSTEMS, INC., 512 W. 36 St., New York, NY 10018; (212)

54 FERCO, 707 Eleventh Ave., New York, NY 10019; (212) FILMTRUCKS, INC., Pier 40 North River, New York, NY 10014; (212) FIORENTINO, IMERO, ASSOCIATES, 44 W. 63 St.. New York, NY 10023; (212) GOBLIN MARKET FILM SERVICE, 52 St. Marks PI., Staten Island, NY 10301; (718) HOTLIGHTS, 133 W. 19 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) LTM CORP. OF AMERICA, 437 W. 16 St.. New York, NY 10011; (212) LEE LIGHTING AMERICA, LTD., 534 W. 25 St., New York. NY 10001; (212) LEGS/MANHATTAN, Pier 62, North River. New York, NY 10011; (212) ; ; FAX: (212) LIBERTY LIGHTING LIMITED, 236 W. 27 St., #4A, New York, NY 10001; (212) LIGHTING & PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT, INC., 1676 DeForrest Circle, Atlanta, GA 30318; (404) LOCATION POWER & ILLUMINATION, 191/2 Lafayette St., Saratoga Springs, NY 12866; (518) LOWEL-LIGHT MANUFACTURING, St., Brooklyn, NY 11220; (718) MOVIE LITES LTD., 460 W. 24 St., New York, NY 10011: (212) MOVIE MOBILE, INC., Vernon Blvd., Astoria, NY 11102; (718) PARIS FILMS PRODS., Ave., Long Island City, NY 11101; (718) PROCAMERA & LIGHTING RENTALS, INC., 511 W. 33 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) PRODUCTION ARTS LIGHTING, INC., 636 Eleventh Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) ; FAX: (212) R.D. SPARKS LTD., 16 Jane St., New York, NY 10014; (212) STARK LIGHTING, (914) ; (212) STARLIGHT PRODUCTIONS, INC., 98 Union St., Brooklyn, NY ; (718) TELETECHNIQUES SALES AND RENTALS, 1 W. 19 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) ; TEMMER LIGHTING, 1 W. 19 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) ; TIMES SQUARE THEATRICAL & STUDIO SUPPLY CORP., 318 W. 47 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) XENO -LIGHTS INC., I Hudson St., New York, NY 10013; (212) Market Research LOS ANGELES ASI MARKET RESEARCH, INC., 2600 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION, 5301 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Suite 250, North Hollywood, CA 91607; (818) ARBITRON CO., 3333 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) BLACK & HART ASSOCIATES, 9016 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills. CA ; (800) AIR -MAIL. CASSIDY-WATSON ASSOCIATES (CWA), 1614 N. Argyle Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) CRA INC., DR. IRVING S. WHITE, 908 Tiverton Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90024; (213) DMR AUDIENCE PREVIEWS & SURVEYS, P.O. Box 69556, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) EDWARDS, ROGER M., ENTERTAINMENT RESEARCH, 636 S. Dunsmuir Ave.. Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) ENTERTAINMENT DATA, INC., 331 N. Maple Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (213) ; (800) NAT -GROSS; FAX: (213) FREEMAN, ALLAN MARKETING & RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, 9696 Moorgate Rd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (213) GERBER, ROBIN & ASSOCIATES, INC., Ventura Blvd., Suite 706, Encino, CA 91436; (818) ; (213) GLOBAL MEDIA ASSOCIATES/USA, Ventura Blvd., Suite 302, Woodland Hills, CA 91367; (818) ; Telex: GOLDBERG, MAX & ASSOCIATES, INC., 4289 Bakman Ave.. Studio City, CA 91602; (818) HERST ENTERTAINMENT RESOURCES, 231 N. Orchard Dr., Burbank, CA 91506; (818) HILTON FINANCIAL GROUP, INC., 3500 W. Olive Ave., Suite 740, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) HISPANIC ENTERTAINMENT SPECIALIST, 6381 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 410, Hollywood, CA 90028; ( HIC SERVICES INC., 2600 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) IMAGE ANALYSTS, 5462 Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90043; (213) IMMEDIATO, JEFFREY & ASSOCIATES, P.O. Box 5611, Long Beach, CA 90805; (213) JOYCE COMMUNICATIONS, 953 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) KROWN/YOUNG & RUBICAM, (Entertainment Marketing Group) Culver Blvd., Suite 201. Culver City. CA 90232; (213) LOWELL, SIGMUND, Montana Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90049; (213) MANPEAL RESEARCH & CONSULTING, INC., 9624 Wendover Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (213) McCANN-ERICKSON INC., 6420 Wilshire Blvd.. Los Angeles. CA 90048; (213) MICHAELS, HARMON, & ASSOCIATES, Parthenia. Suite 10. Sepulveda, CA 91343; (818) MORRIS VIDEO, INC., 2730 Monterey St.. Suite 105, Torrance. CA 90503;(213) MOSES, CHARLES A., 3219 W. Alameda Ave., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) A.C. NIELSEN COMPANY, 6255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 1006, Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) PENLAND PRODUCTIONS, INC., 303 N. Glenoaks Blvd., Suite 780, Burbank, CA 91502; (818) PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, P.O. Box 5447, Culver City, CA 90231; (213) QWEST AUDIENCE RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT, 574 Lillian Way, Los Angeles. CA 90004; (213) RADIO TV REPORTS, 7033 Sunset Blvd., Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) THE RESEARCH DEPARTMENT, Ventura Blvd., Suite 351, Tarzana, CA 91365; (818) RESEARCH FRONTIERS CORPORATION, 3524 Caribeth Dr., Encino, CA ; (818) RITZ & ASSOCIATES ADVERTISING, 636 N. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) SHULMAN RESEARCH, 672 S. Lafayette Park Place, Los Angeles, CA 90057; (213) ; FAX: (213) SNOW, JANET & ASSOCIATES, 327 Reeves Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) TISHKOFF & ASSOCIATES, INC., 3440 Motor Ave.. Ground 71. Suite, Los Angeles, CA 90034; (213) VACANTI/McMAHON COMMUNICATIONS, 2700 Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) VIDEO MARKETING NEWSLETTER, 1680 Vine St., Suite 820, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; FAX: (213) VIDEO MONITORING SERVICES OF AMERICA, 3434 W. Sixth St., Los Angeles, CA ; (213) VIDEO VIEWS/CINEMA SURVEY, 6777 Hollywood Blvd.. Suite 206, Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) WESTERN INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH, 8544 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) WORLD CLASS SPORTS AGENCY, 9171 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 404, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (213) NEW YORK AGB TELEVISION RESEARCH, INC., 540 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) ; FAX: (212) CERTIFIED MARKETING SERVICES, INC. (CMS), Route 9, Kinderhook, NY 12106: (518) (National field coverage for in - theatre research/audience reaction cards and tabulation. Trailer monitoring and tracking programs.) William P. Smith, pres.; Joan Tooher. research dir.; Donna Card, mgr. THE GALLUP ORGANIZATION, 53 Bank St.. Princeton, NJ 08540; (609) MARKET RESEARCH CORP. OF AMERICA, 4 Landmark Sq., Stamford, CT 06901; (203) ; 819 S. Wabash, Chicago, IL 60605; (312) ; 2215 Sanders Road, Northbrook, IL 60062; (312) A. C. NIELSEN, CO., MEDIA RESEARCH, Nielsen Plaza. Northbrook, IL 60062, (312) ; 1290 Ave. of the Americas, New York, NY (212) ; 6255 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. CA 90028; (213) OPINION RESEARCH CORP., P.O. Box 183, Princeton, NJ ; (212) ; (609) POLITZ, ALFRED, MEDIA STUDIES, 300 Park Ave. South, New York, NY 10010; (212) ROPER ORGANIZATION, THE, 205 E. 42 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) SINDLINGER & CO., INC., 405 Osborne St., Wallingford. PA 19086; (215) STARCH INRA HOOPER, INC., 566 East Boston Post Rd., Mamaroneck, NY 10543; (914)

55 Merchandisers DISNEY, WALT, PRODUCTIONS, (Character Merchandising Division), 500 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) HARVEY PUBLICATIONS, INC., 250 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10107; (212) LICENSING COMPANY OF AMERICA, 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10019; (212) ; 4000.Wamer Blvd., Burbank, CA 91522; (818) LUCASFILM LICENSING, P.O. Box 2009, San Rafael, CA 94912; (415) Music, Music Libraries and Music Cutting CALIFORNIA ALSHIRE INTERNATIONAL, INC., 1015 Isabel St., P.O. Box 7107, Burbank, CA 91510; (213) ; (818) ; FAX: (818) ANNELO/CEXTON PRODUCTION GROUP, 2740 S. Harbor Blvd., Suite D, Santa Ana, CA 92704; (714) ASSOCIATED PRODUCTION MUSIC, 6255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 724, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; FAX (213) AUDIO ACHIEVEMENTS RECORDING STUDIO, 1327 Cabrillo Ave., Torrance, CA 90501; (213) AUDIO POST, 3755 Cahuenga Blvd., West, Suite C, Studio City, CA 91604; (818) BERTUS PRODUCTIONS, Berdon St., Woodland Hills, CA 91367; (818) BLUEFIELD MUSIC DESIGN, 2147 Holly Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) 463 -SONG. BUZZY'S RECORDING SERVICES, 6900 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) CANDLEWICK PRODUCTIONS, 1161 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) CARBONE, JOEY, 5724 Third St., Suite 303, Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) CARMAN PRODUCTIONS INC., Cabrito Road, Van Nuys, CA 91406; (213) ; (818) CEXTON RECORDS, 2740 S. Harbor Blvd., Suite D, Santa Ana, CA 92704; (714) CLAY, TOM, PRODUCTIONS, 6515 Sunset Blvd., Suite 20IA Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) DEBOOGEDY MUSIC, 1521 Clark Ave., Burbank, CA 91506; (818) ; (818) FIDELITY RECORDING STUDIO, 4412 Whitsett Ave., Studio City, CA 91604; (818) FLEISHMAN, RICK, MUSIC, 5739 Babbitt Ave., Encino, CA 91316; (818) FRONT ROW CENTER THEATRE MEMORABILIA, 8127 W Third St., W. Hollywood, CA 90048; (213) FULLER SOUND AV RECORDING, 1948 Riverside Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90039; (213) HANIFAN, BRUCE, PRODUCTIONS, 9023 Beverlywood St., Los Angeles, CA 90034; (213) INTERSOUND, INC., 8746 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) ; Telex: ; Answbk: INTERSOUND INC. MANSON, EDDY, PRODUCTIONS, INC., 7245 Hillside Ave., Suite 216, Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) MARGERY MUSIC CO., 7245 Hillside Ave., Suite 216, Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) MOVIE TECH INC., 832 N. Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; (213) ; FAX: (213) MUNCHKIN MUSIC, (Frank Zappa Catalog) P.O. Box 5265, N. Hollywood, CA 91616; (818) ; Telex: ; Answbk: ICAUD. MUSICUM LAUDE, 2988 Avenel Terrace, Los Angeles, CA 90039; (213) NAMRAC MUSIC, Cabrito Road, Van Nuys, CA 91406; (213) NNA MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., 4014 Murietta Ave., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423; (818) OUTLAW SOUND,1140 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles. CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) QUALITY SOUND, INC., 5625 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) RESEARCH VIDEO, 4900 Vineland Ave., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) ; Telex: ; Answbk: USSM UR. SELECTED SOUND RECORDED MUSIC LIBRARY, 6777 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 209, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) SINGING STORE U.S.A., Victory Blvd., Suite 10, Van Nuys, CA 91406; (818) ; FAX: (818) SOUTHERN LIBRARY OF RECORDED MUSIC, 6777 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 209, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) STEVENS, KRIS, ENTERPRISES INC., Ventura Blvd., Suite 204, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423; (818) ; FAX: (818) TOM THUMB MUSIC, Box 34485, Whitney Building, Los Angeles, CA 90034; (213) TODD-AO/GLEN GLENN STUDIOS, 900 N. Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) WILLIAMS, MARY, MUSIC CLEARANCE CORPORATION, 6223 Selma Ave., Suite 211, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; FAX: (213) THE SAUL ZAENTA COMPANY FILM CENTER, 2600 Tenth St., Berkeley, CA 94710; (415) ; (800) ; FAX: (415) ZAPPA, FRANK, MUSIC, P.O. Box 5265, N. Hollywood, CA 91616; (818) NEW YORK AJR MUSIC PRODUCTIONS, 302 W. 87th St., Suite 86, New York, NY 10024; (212) ALEXANDER, JOHN ERIC, MUSIC, 311 W. 43rd St., New York, NY 10036; (212) ALTAVISTA MUSIC, 77 Warren St., New York, NY 10007; (212) ANTLAND PRODUCTIONS, INC., 231 E. 55th St., New York, NY 10022; (212) , ext AQUARIUS TRANSFER, 12 E. 46 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) ARIES SOUND INTERNATIONAL, 245 E. 63 St., New York, NY 10021; (212) AR-VEE SOUND SERVICES, 630 9th Ave., #400, New York, NY 10036; (212) AUDIO DIRECTORS, INC., 325 W. 19 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) AUDIO VISUAL ARTS, INC., 146 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10019; (212) BLACK, ARNOLD, PRODUCTIONS, INC., 895 West End Ave., New York, NY 10025; (212) BLACKSTONE, WENDY, MUSIC, INC., 59 W. 10th St., Suite 4E, New York, NY 10011; (212) BRAUNSTEIN, ALAN, MUSIC INC., 400 West 43rd St., #14S, New York, NY 10036; (212) BRUHA HA MUSIC PRODUCTIONS, 133 Greene St., New York, NY 10012; (212) CHAPELL MUSIC LIBRARY, 810 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10019; (212) CORELLI-JACOBS/RECORDING/DE WOLFE MUSIC LIBRARY, 25 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) ELECTRO -NOVA PRODUCTIONS, 342 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) ELIAS ASSOCIATES 6 W. 20 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) FILM SCORES BY JERRY MARKOE, 11 Fort George Hill 13c, New York, NY 10040; (212) Jerry Markoe, composer -conductor. 4-4 PRODUCTIONS, 320 W. 46th St., 6th Fl., New York, NY 10036; (212) GERARDI, BOB, MUSIC, 160 W. 73rd St., New York, NY 10023; (212) GOODMAN, TOMMY, ENTERPRISES, INC., 101 W. 57th St., #I2H, New York, NY 10019; (212) HARMONIC RANCH, (Audio for Video -Sound Effects -Composer Referral Service) 59 Franklin St., New York, NY 10013; (212) HASTINGS SOUND EDITORIAL INC., 119 Rosedale Ave., Hastings - on -Hudson, NY 10706; (914) HILL, JOHN, MUSIC, 116 E. 37th St., New York, NY 10016; (212) HOFFMAN, PAUL, PRODUCTIONS, INC., 148 W. 23, Suite 4K, New York, NY 10011; (212) HOROWITZ, DAVID, MUSIC ASSOCIATES, 301 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) IBERO -AMERICAN PRODUCTIONS, Background Music, Jingles, Film/Video/Radio; (212) KAMEN AUDIO PRODUCTIONS, INC., 701 7th Ave., 6th Fl., New York, NY 10036; (212) KARP, MICHAEL, MUSIC, INC., 260 W. 39 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) KINGSLEY MUSIC, 201 W. 70th St., New York, NY 10023; (212) LAVSKY, RICHARD, MUSIC HOUSE, INC., 16 E. 42 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) LEVIN, LOUIS, MUSIC, 211 E. 53rd St., New York, NY 10022; (212) LICHT, DAN, MUSIC, 112 E. 7th St., New York, NY 10009; (212)

56 LINO SOUND, Louis Lino: Original Music & Sound Design, 108 N. 6th St., Brooklyn, NY 11211; (718) LOOK & COMPANY, 170 5th Ave., New York, NY 10010; (212) MACROSE MUSIC, INC., Composer/Arranger-Fred Thaler, 353 W 19th St., New York, NY 10011; (212) MORROW, CHARLES, ASSOCIATES INC., 611 Broadway. #817, New York, NY 10012; (212) MSP MUSIC, INC., 476 Broadway, New York, NY 10013; (212) MUSEFFECTS, INC., 12 E. 46th St., New York, NY 10017; (212) MUSIC FOR MEDIA, 269 W. 12th St.. New York, NY 10014; (212) MUSIC HOUSE INC., 16 E. 42 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) THE MUSIC SOURCE, 12 E. 32nd St., New York, NY 10016; (212) NEWFOUND MUSIC PRODUCTIONS, INC., 250 W. 27th St., Suite 5H, New York. NY 10001; (212) NORTH FORTY PRODUCTIONS, INC., 252 E. 51st St., New York, NY 10022; (212) NOT JUST JINGLES, 420 W. 45th St., New York, NY 10036; (212) OMNIMUSIC, 52 Main St., Port Washington, New York, NY 11050; (516) PATCO RESOURCES, 799 Broadway. New York, NY 10003; (212) PERFECT SOUND, 1697 Broadway, Suite 1106, New York, NY 10019; (212) PICTURE SCORES, INC., 42 W. 38 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) PISCES MUSIC LTD., 12 E. 46 St.. New York, NY 10017; (212) PURE FORM, 248 W. 105 St. -2D. New York, NY 10025; (212) RADIO BAND OF AMERICA, 1350 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019; (212) RICE, TODD, 211 E. 58th St., New York, NY 10019; (212) RIVELLINO MUSIC, Call for demo. Contact: Dennis Rivellino; (914) ROSS-GAFFNEY, INC., 21 W. 46 St.. New York, NY, 10036; (212) SCORE PRODUCTIONS, INC., 254 E. 49 St.. New York, NY 10017; (212) SHELTON LEIGH PALMER & CO., 19 W. 36 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) SOKOLOV, E., MUSIC, %Elec. Art, 228 E. 45th St., New York, NY 10017; (212) SOUND PATROL, LTD., 6 E. 39 St., New York, NY 10016; (212) SOUND SHOP, 321 W. 44 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) SPLASH PRODUCTIONS INC., 123 W. 28th St., New York, NY 10001; (212) STOCK ROCK, 421 Hudson St., #220, New York, NY 10014; (212) SUNDAY PRODUCTIONS, INC., 888 8th Ave., New York, NY 10019; (212) SUTCLIFFE MUSIC INC., 41 Fifth Ave., Suite ID, New York, NY 10003; (212) TNG/EARTHLING-BOB SAKAYAMA, 110 W. 86th St., New York, NY 10024; (212) TRIPP, JIM, MUSIC, 146 W. 57th St.. New York, NY 10019; (212) ULFIK, RICK, PRODUCTIONS, 130 W. 42nd St.. Suite 904, New York, NY 10036; (212) VALENTINO, THOMAS J., INC, 151 W. 46 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) WILBUR, SANDY, MUSIC, INC., 48 E. 43rd St., New York, NY 10017; (212) WOLOSHIN, SID, INC., 95 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016; (212) MASSACHUSETTS SOUND IN MOTION, P.O. Box 464, Brookline, MA 02147; (617) ; Phred Churchill. composer. Properties and Scenery LOS ANGELES ANTIQUARIAN TRADERS WAREHOUSE, 4851 S. Alameda St.. Los Angeles, CA 90058; (213) ANTIQUE & CLASSIC CAR RENTALS, 611 W. Vernon Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90037; (213) BAYBERRY CARRIAGE COMPANY, PO. Box 4006, West Hills, CA 91308; (818) BEVERLY HILLS FOUNTAIN CENTER, 7856 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) BREUNERS FURNITURE RENTAL, Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423; (818) ; 3281 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010; (818) ; 9020 Olympic Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210: (213) BRICK PRICE'S MOVIE MINIATURES (WONDERWORKS), 7231 Remmet Ave., #F, Canoga Park, CA ; (818) THE BRUBAKER GROUP, Dolcedo Way, Los Angeles, CA 90077; (213) ; BUENA VISTA STUDIOS, 500 S. Buena Vista St.. Burbank, CA 91521; (818) THE BURBANK STUDIOS, 4000 Warner Blvd.. Burbank, CA 91522; (818) CAMERA READY CARS, 1577 Placentia, Newport Beach, CA 92663; (714) CARTHAY SET SERVICES, 5176 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90029; (213) CINEMAFLOAT, 1624 W. Ocean Front, Newport Beach, CA 92663; (714) CAR CASTING, P.O. Box , Hollywood, CA 90093; (213) CLASSIC CAR SUPPLIERS, 1905 Sunset Plaza Dr., Los Angeles. CA 90069; (213) CLASSIC LEASING COMPANY, 1100 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica, CA (213) CONTINENTAL SCENERY, 1022 N. La Brea Ave.. Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) DOZAR CO., 2656 S. Western Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90018; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) ELLIS MERCANTILE CO., 169 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) EXPENDABLE SUPPLY STORE, 1316 N. Western Ave., Hollywood, CA 90027; (213) ; FAX: (818) ; 7830 N. San Fernando Rd., Sun Valley, CA 91352; (818) ; (213) FILMTRIX, INC., Chandler Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) ; FAX: (818) FIORITTO, LARRY, SPECIAL EFFECTS SERVICES, 1067 E. Orange Grove. Burbank, CA 91501; (818) GROSH, SCENIC STUDIOS, 4114 Sunset Blvd.; Los Angeles CA, 90029; (213) HB VENDING MACHINES, Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) ; HAND PROP ROOM, INC., 5700 Venice Blvd.. Los Angeles, CA 90019; (213) ; HISTORY FOR HIRE, Chandler Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) HOLLYWOOD CENTRAL PROPS, 525 W. Elk Ave., Glendale, CA 91204; (818) HOLLYWOOD PICTURE VEHICLES, 7046 Darby Ave., Reseda, CA 91301; (818) HORSELESS CARRIAGE CLUB OF AMERICA, 7210 Jordan Ave., Box D-76, Canoga Park, CA 91303; (818) HOUSE OF PROPS, 1117 Gower St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) IMAGE ENGINEERING, INC., 632 N. Victory Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) ; FAX: (818) INDEPENDENT STUDIO SERVICES, Wicks St., Sun Valley, CA 91352; (818) ; IWASAKI IMAGES, ( food replicas ), Van Ness Ave.. Torrance, CA 90501; (213) KREISS COLLECTION, 8619 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA ; (213) LAZZARINI'S S/VFX, THE CREATURE SHOP, 2554 Lincoln Blvd., Suite 1067, Marina Del Rey, CA 90291; (818) MGM/UA STUDIOS PROP DEPT., W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90230; (213) MODERN PROPS, 4063 Redwood Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90066; (213) ; FAX: (213) NIGHTS OF NEON, 7442 Varna Ave., N. Hollywood, CA 91605; (818) ; FAX: (818) NORCOSTCO, INC., 5867 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (213) ; (818) ; FAX: (818) OMEGA CINEMA PROPS., 5857 Santa Monica, Blvd., Los Angeles, 90038; (213) PROP CITY/LAIRD INT'L STUDIOS, 9336 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90230; (213) ; PROP MASTERS, INC., 420 S. First St., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) ; ; FAX: (818) PROP SERVICES WEST INC., 915 N. Citrus Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213)

57 ROSCHU, 6514 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles 90038; (213) SARTINO, JACQUELINE, 953 N. Edinburgh Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) SCENERY WEST, 1126 N. Citrus Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) SCENIC EXPRESS, 3025 Fletcher Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90065; (213) R.J. SHOWTIME, 1011 Gower St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) SPECIAL EFFECTS UNLIMITED, 752 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) STUDIO PICTURE VEHICLES, Sherman Way, Sun Valley, CA 91352; (818) ; THORNBIRD ARMS, Lassen St., Chatsworth, CA 91311; (818) TRIANGLE SCENERY/DRAPERY/LIGHTING CO., 1215 Bates Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90029; (213) NEW YORK ATI MEDICAL STUDIO PRODUCTIONS, 532 Fifth Ave., Pelham, NY 10803; (914) ADVERTISING IN MOVIES INC., Kaufman Astoria Studios, th St., Astoria, Queens, NY 11106; (718) ALTMAN'S LUGGAGE, 135 Orchard St., New York, NY 10002; (212) AMERICAN ARTISTS TAXICABS, 312 W. 48 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) ANTIQUE & CLASSIC AUTOS, (Leonard Shiner), 811 Union St., Brooklyn, NY 11215; (718) ARENSON OFFICE FURNISHING, 315 E. 62 St., New York, NY 10021; (212) ARTS & CRAFTERS INC., 175 Johnson St., Brooklyn, NY 11201; (718) BROOKLYN MODEL WORKS, 60 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205; (718) CAVE FURNITURE, 58 E. First St., New York, NY 10011; (212) CENTRAL PROPERTIES, 514 W. 49 St., 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10019;(212) CENTRE FIREARMS CO, INC., 10 W. 37 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) CINEMA GALLERIES, 517 W. 35 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) CINEMA WORLD PRODUCTS, INC., 2621 Palisade Ave., Riverdale, NY 10463; (212) CLASSIC CARS BY TALLEYHO, 171 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016; (914) COOPER FILM CARS, 132 Perry, New York, NY 10014; (212) DARROW'S FUN ANTIQUES, 309 E. 61 St., New York, NY 10021; (212) EAST COAST FILM CARS, 757 Hicks St., Brooklyn, NY 11231; (718) ECLECTIC/ENCORE PROPERTIES INC., 620 W. 26 St., 4th floor, New York, NY 10001; (212) ENVIRION VISION, 3074 Whaleneck Dr., Merrick, NY 11566; (516) FINKEL, LARRY, CENTURY SALES, 55 Spruce St., Cedarhurst, NY 11516; (516) GALL KITCHEN RENTAL EQUIPMENT, INC., 404 E. 88 St., New York, NY 10028; (212) GREAT AMERICAN SALVAGE CO., 34 Cooper Sq., New York, NY 10003; (212) GEORGE J. KEMPLER CO., INC., 160 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10010; (212) HOLLAND PARADISE, 800 Sixth Ave., New York, NY 10001; (212) KENMORE FURNITURE CO., 352 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10010; (212) KUTTNER PROP RENTALS INC., 56 W. 22 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) THE LENS & REPRO EQUIPMENT CORP., 33 W. 17 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) MERCURY NEON SIGN SHOP, 86 Hester St., New York, NY 10002; (212) NICCOLINI ANTIQUES, 114 E. 25 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) NORTHEAST AUTO CLASSICS, (718) PICTURE CARS, EAST, 757 Hicks St., Brooklyn, NY 11231; (718) THE PROP HOUSE, INC., 653 Eleventh Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) PROPS FOR TODAY, 12I W. 19 St., 3rd floor. New York, NY 10011; (212) SAY IT IN NEON, INC., 430 Hudson St., New York, NY 10014; (212) SCHOEPFER STUDIO, 138 W. 31 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) THE SET DRESSING SHOP, 450 W. 31 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) SHOWROOM OUTLET, 625/35 W. 55 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) STARBUCK STUDIO, 162 W. 21 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) VISUAL SERVICES, 40 W. 72 St., New York, NY 10023; (212) WAVES ( Antique radios ), 32 E. 13 St., New York, NY 10003; (212) WEAPONS SPECIALISTS, 61 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10010; (212) Raw Stock Manufacturers AGFA CORPORATION, MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTS DIVI- SION. (Manufacturer, distributor 35mm color, black, white raw stock.) Executive offices: 100 Challenger Rd., Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660; (201) or (212) BRANCHES: San Francisco, 94080; 601 Gateway Blvd., Ste. 500, South San Francisco, CA; (415) Los Angeles, 90067: 1801 Century Park East, Suite 110; (213) EASTMAN KODAK CO., MOTION PICTURES AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTS DIVISION. 343 State St., Rochester, NY; Tel.: (716) W. 22nd St., Oakbrook, IL 60521; Tel.: (312) Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA, 90038; hl.: (213) Ave. of the Americas, New York, NY 10036; Tel.: (212) FUJI PHOTO FILM U.S.A., INC., (distributor of Fajl Professional Motion Picture Film) Northeast Region Sales & Dist. Ctr., 800 Central Blvd., Carlstadt, NJ 07072; (201) ; Corp. headquarters: 555 Taxter Rd., Elmsford, NY 10523; (914) ; (800) ILFORD, INC., W. 70 Century Rd., Paramus, NJ 07653; (201) M COMPANY (MINNESOTA MINING & MANUFACTURING CO.), Photo Color Systems Division, (Manufacturer and distributor of color 35mm fnm, C-41 process.) 3M Center, Bldg SE-05, St. Paul, MN 55144; (800) RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY, INC., 4700 Chase Ave., Lincolnwood, IL 60646; (312) Rental Studios and Production Facilities ATLANTA LIGHTING & PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT, INC., 1676 DeFoor Circle; 30318; (404) BOSTON CHARLES RIVER STUDIOS, 1380 Soldiers Field Rd, Boston, MA 02135; (617) CHICAGO HARPO STUDIOS, 1058 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, IL 60607; (312) LOS ANGELES ACTORS CENTER, 11969; Ventura Blvd.. Studio City, CA 91604; (818) AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF VIDEO, Dearborn St., Chatsworth, CA 91311; (818) AMETHYST STUDIOS, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ANDERSON, TOM FILMWORKS, 6382 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 308, Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) BOWEN VIDEO FACILITIES & STAGE, 7826 Clybourn Ave.. Sun Valley, CA 91352; (818) BUENA VISTA STUDIOS, 500 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521; (818)

58 BURBANK PRODUCTION PLAZA, 801 S. Main St., Burbank, CA 91506; (818) ; ; FAX: (818) BURBANK STUDIOS, THE, 4000 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91522; (213) CBS/MTM STUDIOS, 4024 N. Radford Ave., Studio City, CA 91604; (818) CFI ( CONSOLIDATED FILM INDUSTRIES ), 959 Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) CARMEN PRODUCTIONS INC., Cabrito Rd., Van Nuys, CA 91406; (213) ; (818) CARTHAY STUDIOS, INC., W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles 90035; (213) CHAPLIN STAGE, 1416 N. La Brea Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; CINEWORKS-SUPERSTAGE, 1119 N. Hudson Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) %. COLUMBIA PICTURES INDUSTRIES, 4000 Warner Blvd., Columbia Plaza S., Burbank, 91505; (818) THE COMPLEX, 2323 Corinth St., Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) CULVER CITY STUDIOS, INC., 9336 W. Washington, Culver City, CA 90230; (213) ; DESIGN ARTS STUDIOS/THE STAGE, 1128 N. Las Palmas, Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) THE WALT DISNEY STUDIOS, 500 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521; (818) ERECTER SET, INC., 1150 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90019; (213) GMT STUDIOS, 5751 Buckingham Parkway, Unit C, Culver City, CA 90230; (213) GLEN -WARREN PRODUCTIONS, LTD., 9911 W. Pico Blvd., PH M, Los Angeles, CA 90035; (213) GLENDALE STUDIOS, 1239 S. Glendale Ave., Glendale, CA 91205; (818) GROUP W. PRODUCTIONS, One Lakeside Plaza, 3801 Barham Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) ; FAX: (213) HARK'S SOUND STUDIOS, 1041 N. Orange Dr., Hollywood, CA 90036; (213) HOLLYWOOD CENTER STUDIOS, INC., 1040 N. Las Palmas Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) INTER VIDEOITRITRONICS, INC., 733 N. Victory Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) ; ; FAX: (818) INTERSOUND, INC., 8746 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) JLW STUDIO RENTALS, 8033 Sunset Blvd., Suite 5010, Los Angeles, CA 90046; (714) JOHNSON, RAY, STUDIOS, 5435 Denny St., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) KITAY, BEN, PRODUCTIONS, STAGES 10 & 15, 1015 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Stage 15, Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) LORIMAR STUDIOS ( div. Lorimar T lepicturea ), W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232; (213) MGM, W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90230; (213) ; MELROSE STAGE, 4361 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90029; (213) MOLE-RICHARDSON CO., 937 N. Sycamore Ave., Los Angeles 90038; (213) MORO-LANDIS/DUPUY, LTD., Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91601; (213) ; (818) PARAMOUNT STUDIO GROUP, DIV., 5555 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) PEG STUDIOS ( Patchett Entertainment Group ), 8621 Hayden Place, Culver City, CA 90232; (213) R & S STUDIOS/ ROSE & SALLMAN PRODUCTIONS, INC., 7336 Hinds Ave., N. Hollywood, CA 91605; (818) RALEIGH STUDIOS, 650 N. Bronson Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90004; (213) REN -MAR STUDIOS, 846 N. Cahuenga Blvd.. Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) S.A. GLOBAL STUDIOS, 201 N. Occidental Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026; (213) S.I.R. MUSIC FILM STUDIOS, INC., 6048 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; SILVERLAKE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, 2405 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90039; (213) STAGE 15, 1015 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) TELEVISION CENTER, 6311 Romaine St., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) UNIVERSAL CITY STUDIOS, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, 91608; (818) ; THE VALENCIA STUDIOS, Ave. Crocker, Valencia, CA 91355; (800) ; (800) ; FAX: (805) WESTHEIMER CO., 736 N. Seward St., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) WHITEFIRE THEATRE, THE SOUNDSTAGE RENTAL, Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 511./3; (818) MIAMI GREAT SOUTHERN STUDIOS, N.E. 21 Ave., N. Miami Beach, FL 33162; (305) LIMELIGHT, 7355 N.W. 41st St., Miami, FL 33166; (305) NEW YORK ACTION INSERT STUDIO, 14 E. 39 St., NY, NY 10016; (212) ADVENTURE FILM STUDIOS, St., Queens, NY 11368; (718) APOLLO THEATRE TV CENTRE, 253 W. 125 St., NY, NY 10027; (212) ATELIER FOURTH ST. STAGES, 295 W. 4 St., New York, NY 10014; (212) BC STUDIO, 152 W. 25 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) BOKEN SOUND STUDIO, 513 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; Ill LeRoy St., New York, NY 10014; (212) ; 511 W. 55 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) BREITROSE -SELTZER STAGES, INC., 383 W. 12 St., New York, NY 10014; (212) BROADWAY STUDIOS, Broadway, Astoria, New York, NY 11106; (718) CAMERA MART STAGES, 460 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) CECO INTERNATIONAL CORP., 440 W.15 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) CESTARE STUDIOS, INC 188 Henricks Rd., Mineola, NY 11501; (516) CINE STUDIO, 241 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) COM/TECH, 770 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10021; (212) DE FILIPPO STUDIO, 215 E. 37 St., New York, NY 10016; (212) EMPIRE STAGES OF NY, St., Long Island, NY 11101; (718) FARKAS FILMS, INC., 385 Third Ave., New York, NY 10016; (212) GLOBUS STUDIOS, (212) 1008, HBO STUDIO PRODS., 120 E. 23 St., 10010; (212) HORVATH & ASSOCIATES STUDIOS LTD., 95 Charles St., New York, NY 10014; (212) KAUFMAN ASTORIA STUDIOS, th St., Astoria, NY 11106; (718) ; FAX: (718) LRP VIDEO, 3 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, New York, NY 10017; (212) MAGNO SOUND & VIDEO, 729 Seventh Ave., 10019; (212) MIDTOWN STUDIO, 101 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10003; (212) ; FAX: (212) MODERN TELECOMMUNICATIONS/MTI, 885 Second Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) MOTHERS SOUND STAGE, 210 E. 5 St., New York, NY 10003; (212) NATIONAL VIDEO CENTER/RECORDING STUDIOS, INC., 460 W. 42 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) NEW YORK PRODUCTION CENTER, 222 E. 44th St., New York, NY 10017; (212) THE 95TH STREET STUDIO, INC., 206 E. 95 St., New York, NY 10028; (212) NORTH STAR VIDEO LTD., 581 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10011; (212) PHOENIX STAGES, 537 W. 59 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) PRIMALUX VIDEO & FILM, 30 W. 26 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) PRODUCTION CENTER, 221 W. 26 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) REEVES COMMUNICATIONS, 708 Third Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) RIVERVIEW STUDIOS, Vernon Blvd.. Astoria, NY 11102; (718) SHINBONE ALLEY STAGE, 680 Broadway, New York, NY 10012; (212) SILVERCUP STUDIOS, st St., Long Island City, NY 11101; (718) TELETECHNIQUES, INC., 1 W. 19 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) ; G STAGE CORP 236 W. 61 St., New York, NY 10023; (212) UNITED FILM ENTERPRISES, INC., 26 W. Park Ave., Suite 107, Long Beach, NY 11561; (516) UNITEL VIDEO INC., 515 W. 57 St., New York, NY 10019; (212)

59 VCA TELETRONICS, CENTER STAGE, 503 W. 33 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) ; VERITAS STUDIOS, 527 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) VIDEO PLANNING INC!, 325 W. 56 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) WALLACH, PETER, PRODS., 419 Broome St., New York, NY 10013; (212) ORLANDO UNIVERSAL STUDIOS FLORIDA, 1000 Universal Studios Plaza, Orlando, FL 32819; (407) WALT DISNEY/MGM STUDIOS, 3300 N. Bonnett Creek Rd., Lake Buena Vista, FL ; (407) ; TEMPE, AZ WONDER BROTHERS, 2244 S. Industrial Park Ave., lbmpe, AZ 85281; (602) Screening Rooms ATLANTA CINEVISION CORP., 1771 Tully Circle, N.E., Atlanta 30329; (404) BOSTON BOSTON LIGHT & SOUND, 124 Brighton Ave.. #134; Boston, MA 02134; (617) E.M. LOEW ENTERPRISES, 75 Arlington, Boston, 02116; (617) UNIVERSAL FILM EXCHANGE, 44 Winchester St., 02116; (617) CHICAGO CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, 415 N. Dearborn, Chicago 60613; (312) EXCELLENCE THEATRES CORPORATJON, 230 W. Monroe St., Suite 2700, Chicago 60606; (312) LOS ANGELES ACADEMY LITTLE THEATER, 8949 Wilshire Blvd., 3rd Floor, Beverly Hills, 90211; (213) ; FAX: (213) AIDIKOFF, CHARLES, SCREENING ROOM, 9255 W. Sunset Blvd.. Suite 104, 90069; (213) AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE, 2021 N. Western Ave.. Los Angeles, CA 90027; (213) ; FAX: (213) BEVERLY HILLS SCREENING INC., 8949 Sunset Blvd., Suite 201, Beverly Hills, CA 90069; (213) BURBANK STUDIOS, 4000 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91522; (818) CANNON SOUND STUDIOS, 640 S. San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048; (213) DAUGHERTY AUDIO/VIDEO DESIGN, 2172 Ridgemont, Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) ; DIRECTORS GUILD OF AMERICA, 7950 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles 90046; (213) ; FAX: (213) GOLDWYN,SAMUEL, THEATER, 8949 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211; (213) ; FAX: (213) HARRAH'S THEATRE SERVICE & SUPPLY, 624B S. San Fernando Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) HOLLY -VINE SCREENING ROOM, 6253 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 1210, Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) HOLLYWOOD NEWSREEL SYNDICATE, INC., 1622 N. GowerSt., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) HOLLYWOOD SCREENING ROOM, 1800 N. Highland Ave., Suite 509, Hollywood 90028; (213) L'IMAGE AUDIO/VISUAL CO., Devonshire St., Suite 143, Northridge, CA 91325; (818) JDH SOUND, Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) ; FAX: (213) LION'S GATE STUDIOS, 1861 S. Bundy Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) ; FAX: (213) MAINSTREET INAMGERY, Saticoy St., N. Hollywood, CA 91605; (818) ; FAX: (818) PREVIEW HOUSE, 7655 Sunset Blvd.. Los Angeles 90046; (213) QUALITY SOUND, INC., 5625 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) RALEIGH STUDIOS, 650 N. Bronson Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90004; (213) GLENN ROLAND FILMS, Wellworth Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90024; (213) S.A. GLOBEL STUDIOS, 201 N. Occidental Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026; (213) JOE SHORE'S SCREENING ROOM, 9118/ Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles 90069; (213) SOUND WEST INC., Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) VAN DE VEER PHOTO EFFECTS, 724 S. Victory Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) WRITERS GUILD DOHENY PLAZA THEATER, 135 S. Doheny Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) (X). MILWAUKEE MARCUS THEATRES, 212 W. Wisconsin Ave., 53203; (414) MISSION, KS DICKINSON OPERATING CO., 5913 Woodson Rd., Mission, KS 66202: (913) NEW YORK (All major producers -distributors have screening rooms at their home offices in New York for their own use. Most also have screening room facilities at their New York exchanges). THE BROADWAY SCREENING ROOM, 1619 Broadway, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10019; (212) CINE -METRIC THEATRE CORP., 290 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) MAGNO PREVIEW THEATRE, 1600 Broadway, New York, NY 10019; (212) MAGNO SOUND SCREENING ROOM, 729 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10019; (212) MOVIE MAKERS THEATRE, 311 W. 43 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) ; outside NY: (800) NAVESYNC SOUND, 513 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) PRECISION FILM LABS' SCREENING THEATRE, 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY, 10036; (212) PREVIEW THEATRE, 1600 Broadway, New York, NY 10019; (212) TECHNICOLOR, 321 W. 44 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) TODD -AO STUDIOS EAST, 259 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) SAN FRANCISCO THE EXPLORATORIUM, McBEAN THEATER, 3601 Lyon St., San Francisco, CA 94123; (415) MOTION PICTURE SERVICE CO., 125 Hyde St., San Francisco, CA 94107; (415) PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE, 2625 Durant Ave.. Berkeley, CA 94720; (415) THE SAUL ZAENTZ CO. FILM CENTER, 2600 Tenth St., Berkeley, CA 94710; (415) Sound and Recording Services DETROIT MOTION PICTURE SOUND INC., (MPS), 3026 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit, MI 48202; (313) HOLLYWOOD AUDIO EFFECTS COMPANY, 1600 N. Western Ave., Hollywood 90027; (213) (Complete recording services). B & B SOUND STUDIOS, 3610 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) BURBANK STUDIOS, THE, 4000 Warner Blvd.. Burbank, CA 91522: (818) BUZZY'S RECORDING SERVICES, 6900 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213)

60 I..11. _ 1. 1 CINESOUND, 915 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) COMPACT VIDEO SERVICES, 2813 Alameda Ave., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) ; (800) ; FAX: (818) CRYSTAL SOUND RECORDING, 1014 N. Vine St., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) DOLBY LABORATORIES, INC., 1149 N. McCadden Pl., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) EVERGREEN RECORDING STUDIOS, 4403 W Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) FIDELITY RECORDING STUDIO, 4412 Whitsett Ave.. Studio City, CA 91604; (818) FIESTA SOUND & VIDEO, 1655 S. Compton Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90021; (213) ; GLEN GLENN SOUND CO., 900 N. Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) GROUP IV RECORDING, 1541 Wilcox Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) HARK'S SOUND STUDIO, 1041 N. Orange Dr., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) INTERSOUND INC., 8746 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) LARRABEE SOUND, 8811 Santa Monica Blvd., W Hollywood, CA 90069; (213) LION'S SHARE RECORDING STUDIOS, 8255 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048; (213) MCA/ WHITNEY RECORDING, 1516 W. Glenoaks Blvd., Glenoaks, CA 91201; (818) MUSIC GRINDERS STUDIOS, 7460 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) NEW JACK SOUND RECORDERS, 1956 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) PARAMOUNT RECORDING STUDIOS, 6245 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) PRODUCERS 1 & 2 RECORDING STUDIOS, 6035 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) QUALITY SOUND, 5625 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) REPUBLIC SOUND STUDIOS INC., 7060 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) RYDER SOUND SERVICES, INC., 1611 Vine St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) SANTA MONICA SOUND RECORDERS, 2114 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90405; (213) SCOTTSOUND, INC., 6110 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) SCREENMUSIC STUDIOS, Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604; (213) ; (818) SKYLINE RECORDING, 1402 Old Topanga Canyon Rd., Topanga Park, CA 90290; (213) SOUND CITY, INC., Cabrito Rd., Van Nuys, CA 91406; (213) ; (818) SOUND IMAGE STUDIO, 6556 Wilkinson Ave., N. Hollywood, CA ; (818) SOUND SERVICES, INC., (SSI), 7155 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046;(213) SOUNDS UNLIMITED, P.O. Box 69C, West Hollywood, CA 90069; (213) SOUNDCASTLE RECORDING STUDIO, 2840 Rowena Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90039; (213) STUDIO M PRODUCTIONS UNLIMITED, Royal Oak Rd., Encino, CA 91436; (818) SUNSET SOUND RECORDERS, 6850 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA SUNWEST RECORDING STUDIOS, 5533 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) TRIANON RECORDING STUDIOS, 1435 South St., Long Beach, CA 90805; (213) TODD -AO GLEN -GLEN STUDIOS, 1021 N. Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; UNIVERSAL CITY STUDIOS, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608; (213) VALENTINE RECORDING STUDIOS, 5330 Laurel Canyon Blvd., N. Hollywood. CA 91607; (818) WARNER HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS, 1041 N. Formosa, Los Angeles. CA 90046; (213) WAVES SOUND RECORDERS, 1956 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90048; (213) ; FAX: (213) WESTLAKE STUDIOS, C.D. & E., 7265 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) ; WESTWORLD RECORDERS, 7118 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys, CA 91405; (818) NEW YORK A & J RECORDING STUDIOS, INC., 225 W. 57 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) AQUARIUS TRANSFER, 12 E. 46 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) AR-VEE SOUND SERVICES, 630 Ninth Ave., #400, New York, NY 10036; (212) THE AUDIO DEPARTMENT, 119 W. 57 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) BEE VEE SOUND INC., 211 E. 43 St., #603, New York, NY 10017; (212) BLANK TAPES, INC., RECORDING STUDIOS, 37 W. 20 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) CP SOUND, 123 W. 18 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) CINEQUIP, INC., 241 E. 51 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) CORELLI-JACOBS RECORDING, 25 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) CREATIVE AUDIO RECORDING SERVICES, 19 W 36 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) CUE RECORDINGS, INC., 1156 Ave. of the Americas, New York, NY 10036; (212) DB SOUND STUDIOS, INC., 25 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) DOLBY LABORATORIES INC., 1350 Ave. of the Americas, 28th Floor, New York, NY ; (212) DOWNTOWN TRANSFER, 167 Perry St.. New York, NY 10014; (212) EAST SIDE FILM & VIDEO CENTER, 216 E. 45 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) ELECTRO -NOVA PRODUCTIONS, 342 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) EMPIRE SOUND, 18 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) HIT FACTORY, THE, INC., 237 W. 54 St., 10019; (212) IBERO -AMERICAN PRODUCTIONS, 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) MAGNO SOUND & VIDEO, 729 Seventh Ave., 10019; (212) THE MIX PLACE, 663 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) NATIONAL VIDEO CENTER RECORDING STUDIOS, 460 W. 42 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) NAVESYNC SOUND, 513 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) NEW BREED STUDIOS, 251 W. 30 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) PHOTO MAG. SOUND STUDIOS, 222 E. 44 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) PRINCZKO PRODUCTIONS, 9 E. 38 St., New York, NY 10016; (212) REGENT SOUND STUDIOS, 1619 Broadway, New York, NY 10019; (212) ROSS-GAFFNEY, INC., 21 W. 46 St.. New York. NY 10018; (212) SCHWARTZ, HOWARD M., RECORDING, INC., 420 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10017: (212) SOUND ONE CORP., 1619 Broadway, New York. NY 10019; (212) SOUND PATROL, LTD., 6 E. 39 St., New York, NY 10016; (212) SOUND SHOP, THE, 321 W. 44 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) TITRA SOUND CORP., 1600 Broadway, New York, NY 10019; (212) TODD -AO STUDIOS EAST, 259 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) TRACK TRANSFERS, INC., 45 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) ; UNITED RECORDING, 681 Fifth Ave.. New York, NY 10022; (212) THOMAS J. VALENTINO, 151 W. 46 St., #803,New York, NY 10036; (212) ; (800) VOICES, 16 E. 48 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) WAREHOUSE RECORDING, 320 W. 46 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) ORLANDO WALT DISNEY/MGM STUDIOS, P.O. Box 10200, Lake Buena Vista. FL ; (407) SAN FRANCISCO DOLBY LABORATORIES, INC.Head Office & U.S. Sales, 100 Potrero Ave., 94103; (415) ; Telex: LUCASFILM LTD. (Sprocket Sysls., Inc.,) P.O. Box 2009, San Rafael, CA 94912; (415) ; FAX: (415)

61 MUSIC ANNEX INC., 69 Green St., San Francisco, CA 94112; (415) RUSSIAN HILL RECORDING, 1520 Pacific Ave., San Francisco, CA 94109; (415) THE SAUL ZAENTZ FILM CENTER, 2600 Tenth St., Berkeley, CA 94710; (415) Special Effects HOLLYWOOD ANDERSON, HOWARD A., CO., 1016 N. Cole Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) APOGEE, INC., 6842 Valjean Ave., Van Nuys, CA 91406; (818) ART F/X, 3575 Cahuenga Blvd., W., Suite 560, Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) BIFROST EFFECTS/ LASERFX, 6733 Sale Ave., Canoga Park, CA 91307; (818) BUENA VISTA VISUAL EFFECTS GROUP, 500 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521; (818) DIGITAL VISION ENTERTAINMENT, 7080 Hollywood, Suite 901, Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) DREAMLIGHT IMAGES, INC., 932 N. La Brea Ave., Suite C, Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) ENERGY PRODUCTIONS, 2690 Beachwood Dr., Hollywood, CA 90068; (213) ; FAX: (213) FANTASY II FILM EFFECTS, 504 S. Varney St., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) FILMTRIX, INC., Chandler Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) ; FAX: (818) JOHNSON, RAY, STUDIOS, 5435 Denny St., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) JOHNSON'S, STEVE X. FX., INC., 8010 Wheatland Ave., Unit 1, Sun Valley, CA 91352; (818) ; FAX: (818) LASER MEDIA, 2046 Armacost, Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) MERLIN S/FX CO., Raleigh Studios, 5300 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) MODERN FILM EFFECTS, 6860 Lexington Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) PACIFIC TITLE & ART STUDIO, 6350 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles 90038; (213) ; SPECIAL EFFECTS UNLIMITED, 752 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) VAN DER VEER PHOTO EFFECTS, 724 S. Victory Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) YOUNG, GENE EFFECTS, 517 W. Windsor St., Glendale, CA 91204; (818) ; NEW YORK APA, 230 W. 10 St., New York, NY 10014; (212) ; ALFIE & ASSOCIATES, 222 E. 44 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) AMERICAN FILM ANIMATION CORP., 151 W. 28 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) ANIMUS FILMS, 2 W. 47 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) BALSMEYER & EVERETT, 230 W. 17 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) BROADCAST ARTS, INC., 632 Broadway, New York, NY 10012; (212) BROOKLYN MODEL WORKS, 60 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205: (718) CACIOPPO PRODUCTION DESIGN INC., 708 Third Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) CHARLEX, 2 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) CIMMELLI INC., 120 N. Pascack Rd., Spring Valley, NY 10977; (914) CLELAND STUDIO, INC., 122 Spring St., New York, NY 10012; (212) D'ANDREA PRODUCTIONS INC., 25 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) DARINO, 222 Park Ave. South, #2A New York, NY 10003; (212) DOM DE FILIPPO STUDIO, INC., 215 E. 37 St., New York, NY 10016; (212) ; DENARO, SAL, AND PUPPETS, 174 DeGraw St., Brooklyn, NY 11231; (718) DOROS ANIMATION STUDIO, INC., 156 Fifth Ave.. Suite 1119, New York, NY 10010; (212) EDITEL/NEW YORK, 222 E. 44 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) EFEX SPECIALISTS, th St., Long Island City, NY 11101; (718) EFX UNLIMITED, 321 W. 44 St., #401, New York, NY 10036; (212) EUE/SCREEN GEM PRINTS, 222 E. 44 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) THE FANTASTIC ANIMATION MACHINE, INC., 12 E. 46 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) FILM OPTICALS, INC., 144 E. 44 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) FRIEDMAN, HAROLD CONSORTIUM, 420 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) GATI, JOHN, FILM EFFECTS, INC., 154 W. 57 St., Suite 832, New York, NY 10019; (212) GEARY, MICHAEL, NEW YORK SPECIAL EFFECTS, Pier 60 N. River, New York, NY ; (212) GIZMO SPECIAL EFFECTS, Ill W. 24 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) GLOBUS BROTHERS STAGES, 44 W. 24 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) R/GREENBERG ASSOCIATES, 350 W. 39 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) HOLOGRAPHIC LASERLAND, 240 E. 26 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) I.F. STUDIOS, INC., 15 W. 38 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) KUNZ, PETER, CO-, INC., RDI Box 223, High Falls, NY 12440; (914) LEVY, DANIEL, 408 E. 13 St., New York, NY 10009; (212) LIBERTY STUDIOS, INC. 238 E. 26 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) MS25, 516 W. 25 St., New York, NY 10001; (212) MALLIE, DALE, & COMPANY, INC., 40 Stevens Pl., Lawrence, NY 11559; (516) MANTELL, PAUL, SPECIAL CREATIONS, 181 Hudson St., New York, NY 10013; (212) MERCURY NEON, 86 Hester St., New York, NY 10002; (212) NEW YORK SPECIAL EFFECTS, Pier 62, North River, New York, NY 10011; (212) OPTICAL HOUSE, INC., 25 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) PROP EFFECTS & RIGGING, 713 Snediker Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11207; (718) PUPPET PROJECTS, 97 Eagle St., Brooklyn, NY 11222; (800) DEED ROSSITER SPECIAL EFFECTS, (914) SMA VIDEO, INC., 84 Wooster St., New York, NY 10012; (212) SPECIAL EFFECTS UNLIMITED, 18 Euclid Ave., Yonkers, NY; (914) SPECIAL MAKE-UP EFFECTS STUDIO, 68 Colonial Ave., Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522; (914) THEATER EFFECTS, INC., 52 Cottage St., Port Chester, NY 10573; (914) TRILOGY, SUNFLOWER FILMS INC., 25 W. 45th 5t., New York, NY 10036; (212) VILLANUEVA, 238 Troutman St., Brooklyn, NY 11237; (718) WALLACH, PETER, PRODS., 419 Broome St., New York, NY 10013; (212) WEISS, PETER, DESIGNS, 32 Union Sq. E., New York, NY 10003; (212) WIZARDWORKS, st St., Long Island City, NY 11101; (718) YURKIW LTD., 568 Broadway, New York, NY 10012; (212) ZELLER INTERNATIONAL, (212) ; (607) SAN FRANCISCO MAGIC VISTA STUDIOS INC., 39 Dorman Ave.. San Francisco, CA 94124; (415) SAN RAFAEL LUCASFILM, LTD., P.O. Box 2009, San Rafael, CA 94912; (415) ORLANDO WALT DISNEY/MGM STUDIOS, P.O. Box 10200, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830; (407)

62 Stock -Shot Film Libraries HOLLYWOOD -LOS ANGELES ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS & SCIENCES LI- BRARY, 8949 Wilshire Blvd.. Beverly Hills, CA 90211; (213) AFTER IMAGE INC., 6100 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 240, Los Angeles, 90048; (213) AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIBRARY, 2021 N. Western Ave., Los Angeles, 90027; (213) ; TOM ANDERSON FILM WORKS, 6362 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 308, Los Angeles, 90028; (213) ASSOCIATED MEDIA IMAGES, INC., 650 N. Bronson, Suite 300, Los Angeles, 90004; (213) BUDGET FILMS, 4590 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, 90029; (213) BUENA VISTA STUDIOS, 500 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank, 91521; (818) CAMEO FILM LIBRARY, Burbank Blvd., North Hollywood, 91601; (818) CINEMAPHILE AMALGAMATED PICTURES, P.O. Box 8054, Universal City, 91608; (213) DICK CLARK MEDIA ARCHIVES, INC., 3003 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) THE CLIP JOINT FOR FILM, 5304 Agnes Ave., North Hollywood, CA 91607; (818) ; LARRY DORN ASSOCS., 5550 Wilshire Blvd., #303, Los Angeles, 90036; (213) ; FAX: (213) DREAMLIGHT IMAGES, INC., 932 N. La Brea Ave., Suite C, Hollywood, 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) ENERGY PRODUCTIONS, 2690 Beachwood Dr., Los Angeles, 90068; (213) ; FAX: (213) ENTERPRISES PRODUCTIONS, 5912 Ramirez Canyon, Malibu, ; (213) FILM BANK, 3306 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank, 91505; (818) FILM SEARCH, 9583 Alcon Ave., #201, Los Angeles, 90035; (213) FISH FILMS INC., 4548 Van Noord Ave., Studio City, ; (818) JAMES FOSHER COLLECTION OF ARCHIVAL FOOTAGE, 953 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, 90038; (213) G -FORCE INTERNATIONAL ENTERTAINMENT CORP 279 S. Beverly Dr., Suite 1038, Beverly Hills, 90212; (213) GREAT WAVES FILM LIBRARY, 483 Mariposa Dr., Ventura, 93001; (805) SHERMAN GRINBERG FILM LIBRARIES, INC., 1040 N. McCadden Pl., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) H.B. HALICKI PRODS., S. Vermont Ave., P.O. Box 2123, Gardena 90248; (213) ; HERITAGE ENTERTAINMENT INC., 7920 Sunset Blvd., Suite 200, Los Angeles, 90046; (213) HOLLYWOOD NEWSREEL SYNDICATE INC., 1622 N. Gower St., Hollywood, 90028; (213) THE IMAGE BANK WEST, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 90010; (213) INTERVIDEO, 733 N. Victory Blvd., Burbank 91502; (818) ; ; FAX: CLAY LACY AVIATION INC., 7435 Valjean Ave., Van Nuys, 91406; (818) MAC GILLIVRAY FREEMAN FILM & TAPE LIBRARY, P.O. Box 205, S. Laguna, 92677; (714) ; FAX: (714) MAINSTREET IMAGERY, INC., Saticoy St., N. Hollywood, 91605; (818) ; FAX: (818) PALISADES WILDLIFE LIBRARY, 1205 S. Ogden Dr., Los Angeles, 90019; (213) PHOTO-CHUTING ENTERPRISES, S. Manor Dr., Hawthorne, 90250; (213) PRODUCERS LIBRARY SERVICE, 1051 N. Cole Ave., Hollywood, 90038; (213) PYRAMID FILM & VIDEO, 2801 Colorado Ave., Santa Monica, 90404; (213) ; FAX: (213) RON SAWADE CINEMATOGRAPHY, 3724 Berry Dr., Studio City, 91604; (818) THE STOCK HOUSE, 6922 Hollywood Blvd.. Suite 621, Los Angeles, 90028; (213) TURNER ENTERTAINMENT CO., Venice Blvd., Culver City, 90232; (213) TWA MOVIE & TV PROMOTIONS, 5550 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 303, Los Angeles, 90036; (213) ; FAX: (213) UNITED STATES AIR FORCE, Office of Public Affairs, Western Region, Wilshire Blvd., Suite 10114, Los Angeles, 90024; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) UNITED STATES ARMY, Office of Public Affairs, Wilshire Blvd, Suite 10104, Los Angeles, ; (213) ; FAX: (213) UNIVERSAL CITY STUDIOS, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, 91608; (818) ; FAX: VIDEO TAPE LIBRARY LTD., 1509 N. Crescent Heights, Blvd. #2, Los Angeles, 90046; (213) ; FAX: (213) WORLDWIDE ENTERTAINMENT CORP., 5912 Ramirez Canyon, Malibu, 90265; (213) MIAMI KESSER POST PRODUCTION, 21 SW 15 Rd., Miami ; (305) MIDWEST BRITANNICA FILMS, 425 N. Michigan Ave.. Chicago, IL 60611; (312) , ext. 6512; (800) FILM TAPE COMPANY, 210 E. Pearson, Chicago, IL 60611; (312) ; (800) 637 -TAPE. WHITE JANSSEN, INC., 604 Davis St., Evanston, IL 60201; (312) NEW YORK AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY FILM AR- CHIVES, Central Park West at 79 St ; (212) ARCHIVE FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC., 530 W. 25 St., 10001; (212) ; FAX: (212) CHERTOK ASSOCIATES, INC., 185 West End Ave., 10023; (212) CINE SCAN (Newsreel Access Systems, Inc.), 150 E. 58th St., 10155; (800) 242 -CINE. COE FILM ASSOCIATES, INC., 65 E. 96 St., 10128; (212) ; FAX: (212) THE FILM PRESERVE, P.O. Box 397, Mamaroneck, NY ; (914) FILM SEARCH, 232 Madison Ave., 10016, (212) SHERMAN GRINBERG FILM LIBRARIES, INC., 630 Ninth Ave., NY 10036; (212) ; FAX: (212) HALCYON DAYS PRODUCTIONS, 12 West End Ave., 10023; (212) THE IMAGE BANK, Ill Fifth Ave., 10003; (212) ; FAX: (212) IMAGEWAYS, INC. 440 W. 47 St., Suite 4G, 10036; (212) JALBERT PRODUCTIONS, INC., 775 Park Ave., Huntington, NY 11743; (516) KILLIAM SHOWS, INC., 6 E. 39 St., 10016; (212) MOVIETONEWS, INC. FILM LIBRARY, (Subsidiary of 20th Century Fox), 460 W. 54 St., 10019; (212) MUSEUM OF MODERN ART FILM LIBRARY, 11 W. 53 St., 10019; (212) NBC NEWS ARCHIVES, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 10112; (212) , NEWSREEL ACCESS SYSTEMS, INC., 150 E. 58 St., 10155; (800) 242 -CINE. PETRIFIED FILMS INC., 430 W. 14 St., 10014; (212) PRELINGER ASSOC., INC., 430 W. 14 St., 10014; (212) THE PORT AUTHORITY OF NY & NJ, I World Trade Center, 10048; (212) SECOND LINE SEARCH, 330 W. 42 St., Room 2901, 10036; (212) RICK SPALLA VIDEO PRODUCTIONS, 301 W. 45 St., 10036; (212) ; STREAMLINE FILM ARCHIVES, 109 E. 29 St., 10016; (212) TIMESTEPS PRODUCTIONS, (201) ; (213) WTN-WORLDWIDE TV NEWS CORP., 1995 Broadway, 10023; (212) TUCSON, AZ THE SOURCE STOCK FOOTAGE, 1709 S. 29 Place, 'Meson, AZ 85710; (602) Stop Watches DUCOMMUN, M., CO., 48 Main St., Warwick, NY 10990; (914) MARCEL WATCH CORP., 1115 Broadway, New York, NY 10010; (212) SMITH TIME, P.O. Box 496, Ivy, VA 22945; (804)

63 Subtitles CALIFORNIA AND/OR, P.O. Box 445, Burbank, CA 91503; (818) CAPTIONS, INC., 2479 Lanterman Ten, Los Angeles, CA 90039; (213) CINETYP, INC., 843 Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) CREST NATIONAL FILM AND VIDEOTAPE LABS, 1141 N. Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) FOREIGN LANGUAGE GRAPHICS, 4099 N. Mission Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90032; (213) GLOBAL LANGUAGE SERVICES, 2027 Las Lunas, Pasadena, CA 91107; (818) ; ; FAX: (818) GOOSI, Ventura Blvd.. #212, Studio City, CA 91604; (818) HEADLEY INTERNATIONAL PICTURES, 738 N. Cahuenga Blvd., #F, Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) HOMER AND ASSOCIATES, INC., Sunset Gower Studios, 1420 N. Beachwood Dr., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) INTERSOUND, INC., 8746 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) INTEX AUDIOVISUALS, 9021 Melrose Ave., Suite 205, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) LINGUATHEQUE OF L.A., P.O. Box 44281, Van Nuys, CA 91412; (818) MAINSTREET IMAGERY, INC., Saticoy St., N. Hollywood, CA 91605; (818) P.EM. DUBBING INTERNATIONAL, 8306 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 947, Beverly Hills, CA 90211; (213) ; FAX: (213) PACIFIC TITLE & ART STUDIO, 6350 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) ; RENCHER'S EDITORIAL SERVICE, 738 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ROLAND FRENCH TRANSLATION SERVICES, Wellworth Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90024; (213) NEW YORK THE CAPTION CENTER, 231 E. 55 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) DEVLIN VIDEO SERVICE, 1501 Broadway, Suite 408, New York, NY 10036; (212) EISENMAN, HELEN, 630 Ninth Ave., Suite 909, New York, NY 10036; (212) ; FRIEDMAN, SONYA, 853 Broadway, Suite 1501, New York, NY 10011; (212) FIMA NOVECK PRODUCTIONS, 231 W. 44 St., 4th floor, New York, NY 10036; (212) RENNERT BILINGUAL TRANSLATIONS, 2 W. 45 St., 5th floor, New York, NY 10036; (212) Trailers ATLANTA CINEMA CONCEPTS THEATRE SERVICE, INC., 6720 Powers Ferry Rd., Atlanta, GA 30339; (404) CHICAGO FILMACK CORP., 1327 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL 60605; (312) KANSAS CITY, MO NATIONAL SCREEN SERVICE GROUP, INC., 1800 Baltimore Ave., Kansas City, MO 64108; (816) UNIVERSAL IMAGES, LTD., P.O. Box 9313, Kansas City, MO 64133; (816) (Produces advertising commercials, for showing on theatre screens, and special trailers, e.g., "No Smoking," "Intermission." etc.) LOS ANGELES ANDERSON, HOWARD A., CO., 1016 N. Cole Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) AVAILABLE LIGHT LTD., 3110 W. Burbank Blvd., CA 91505; (818) BOSUSTOW VIDEO, 2207 Colby Ave., West Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) COMING ATTRACTIONS, 550 N. Brand Blvd., Suite 700, Glendale, CA 91203; (213) THE CREATIVE PARTNERSHIP, INC., 7525 Fountain Ave., Hollywood, CA 90046; (213) ; FAX: (213) CRUSE & CO., 7000 Romaine St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) EMERALD LIGHT PICTURES, 2111 Woodland Way, Hollywood, CA 90068; (213) B.D. FOX & FRIENDS, INC. ADVERTISING, 1111 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA 90401; (213) ; FAX: (213) FERRO, PABLO & ASSOCIATES, 1756 N. Sierra Bonita Ave., Hollywood, CA 90046; (213) GLASS/SCHOOR/BROOKMAN, 722 S. Citrus Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) ; FAX: (213) HOLLYWOOD NEWSREEL SYNDICATE INC., 1622 N. Gower St., Los Angeles, Ca 90028; (213) HOMER & ASSOCIATES, INC., 1420 N. Beachwood Dr., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) INTEX AUDIO VISUALS, 9021 Melrose Ave., Suite 205, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) ; FAX: (213) JKR PRODUCTIONS, INC., W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 21, Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) KALEIDOSCOPE FILMS INC., 844 N. Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) KEY WEST EDITING, 5701 Buckingham Pkwy., Suite C, Culver City, CA 90230; (213) LAJON PRODUCTIONS, INC., 2907 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 91505; (213) LEE FILM DESIGN, 2293 El Contento, Hollywood, CA 90068; (213) LUMENI PRODUCTIONS, 1727 N. lvan Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) MAINSTREET IMAGERY, INC., Saticoy St., N. Hollywood, CA 91605; (818) ; FAX: (818) MARS PRODUCTION CORP., 4405 Riverside Dr., Suite 305, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) MERCER TITLES & OPTICAL EFFECTS LTD., 106 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; (818) MULTI -MEDIA WORKS, 7227 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) NATIONAL SCREEN SERVICE GROUP INC., 2001 S. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90034; (213) NEWMAN/FRANKS, 2956 Nicada Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90077; (213) ; ; FAX: (213) RENCHER'S EDITORIAL SERVICE, 738 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) RUBBER DUBBERS, INC., 626 Justin Ave., Glendale, CA 91201; (818) RUXIM, JIM, W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 21, Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) SKYLIGHT PRODUCTIOS INC., 6815 W. Willoughby Ave., Suite 201, Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) ; FAX: (213) SOUND SERVICES INC., 7155 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) ; (818) SOUTH, LEONARD, PRODUCTIONS, 4883 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) STROCK, HERBERT L., PRODUCTIONS, 6500 Barton Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) UNIVERSAL FACILITIES RENTAL DIVISION, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608, (818) ; VIDCOM ENTERTAINMENT, INC., P.O. Box 2926, Hollywood, CA 90078; (213) VIDE -U PRODUCTIONS, 612 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049; (213) NEW YORK CITY ALEXANDER, JOHN ERIC, MUSIC INC., 311 W. 43 St., Suite 202, New York, NY 10036; (212) ALEXANDER, SAM, PRODUCTIONS INC., 311 W. 43rd St., New York, NY 10036: (212) DARINO FILMS,222 Park Ave. South, New York. NY 10003, (212) EAST END PRODUCTIONS, 513 W. 54 St.. New York. NY 10019; (212) GLASS/SCHOOR/BROOKMAN, 42 W. 38 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; FAX: (212) R/GREENBERG ASSOCIATES INC., 350 W. 39 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) NATIONAL SCREEN SERVICE, GROUP INC., 40 Rockwood PI., Englewood, NJ 07631; (201) QUARTERMOON PRODUCTIONS INC., 106 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10016; (212)

64 Talent and Literary Agencies HOLLYWOOD (Telephone area code is 213, unless otherwise indicated.) ABRAMS-RUBALOFF & LAWRENCE., INC., 8075 West 3rd, 90048; AGENCY FOR PERFORMING ARTS, 9000 Sunset Blvd., 12th floor, 90069; ; FAX: (213) AGENCY THE, Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 211, 90025; AIMEE ENTERTAINMENT ASSOCIATION, Victory Blvd., Van Nuys, CA 91401; (818) ALL TALENT AGENCY, 2437 E. Washington Blvd., Pasadena, 91104; (818) ALVARADO, CARLOS, AGENCY, 8820 Sunset Blvd., Suites A & B, 90069; ; AMARAL TALENT AGENCY, Riverside Dr., Suite 3, Toluca Lake, 91602; (818) AMSEL, FRED & ASSOCIATES, INC., 6310 San Vicente Blvd., Suite 407, 90048; ASSOCIATED TALENT INTL., 9744 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 312, Beverly Hills, 90212; BAUBER BENEDEK AGENCY, 9255 Sunset blvd., Suite 716, 90069; ; FAX: (213) BEAKEL & DeBORD TALENT AGENCY, Burbank Blvd., N. Hollywood, 91601; (818) BLANCHARD, NINA ENTERPRISES INC., 7060 Hollywood Blvd., 90028; BLOOM, MICHAEL J., 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 710, 90069; CALDER AGENCY, 4150 Riverside Dr., Suite 204, Burbank, 91505; (818) CAMDEN ARTISTS, LTD., 2121 Ave. of the Stars, Suite 410, 90067; ; FAX: (213) CARROLL, WILLIAM, AGENCY, 120 S. Victory, Suite 104, Burbank, 91502; (818) CAVALERI & ASSOCIATES, 6605 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 220, 90028; ; FAX: (213) CENTURY ARTISTS, LTD., 9744 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 308, Beverly Hills, 90212; CHARTER MANAGEMENT, 9000 Sunset Blvd., Suite 1112, 90069; THE CHASIN AGENCY, 190 N. Canon Dr., Suite 201, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; CINEMA TALENT AGENCY, 7906 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 212, 90046; COMMERCIALS UNLTD., INC., 7461 Beverly Blvd., Suite 400, 90036; CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS LTD., 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills 90212; ; FAX: (213) CORALIE JR. AGENCY, 4789 Vineland Ave., #100, N. Hollywood, CA 91602; (818) CREATIVE ARTISTS AGENCY, 1888 Century Park E. #1400, 90067; CUMBER, LIL, ATTRACTIONS AGENCY, 6515 Sunset Blvd., Suite 300 A, 90028; ; CUNNINGHAM, ESCOTT, DIPENE & ASSOC. 261 S. Robertson, Beverly Hills, 90211; ; DIAMOND ARTISTS AGENCY, LTD., 9200 Sunset Blvd., 90069; ENTERTAINMENT ENTERPRISES, 1680 Vine St., Suite 519, 90028; ; FAX: (213) EXCLUSIVE ARTISTS AGENCY, 2501 W. Burbank Blvd., Suite 304, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) FELBER, WM., 2126 Cahuenga Blvd., 90068; FILM ARTISTS ASSOCIATES, 7080 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 704, Los Angeles, CA 90028; FRINGS, KURT, AGENCY, 119 S. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, 90212; GARRICK, DALE, INTL. AGENCY, 8831 Sunset Blvd., #402, 90069; GEDDES AGENCY, 8457 Melrose Pl., Suite 200, 90069; GERSH AGENCY, THE, 222 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, 90210; GOLD, HARRY & ASSOCIATES, Ventura Blvd., #E, Studio City, 91604; (818) GREEN AGENCY, IVAN, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1039, Beverly Hills, CA 90211; GROSSMAN & ASSOCIATES, 211 S. Beverly Dr., Suite 206, 90212; HAMILBURG AGENCY, 292 S. La Cienega, Suite 312, Beverly Hills, 90211; HECHT, BEVERLY, AGENCY, 8949 Sunset Blvd., 90069; HENDERSON/HOGAN AGENCY, 247 S. Beverly Dr., #102, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; HUNT, GEORGE B., & ASSOCIATES, 121 Tvin Palms Dr., Palm Springs, CA 92264; (619) INT'L CREATIVE MANAGEMENT, 8899 Beverly Blvd., 90048; ; FAX: (213) KELMAN/ARLETTA AGENCY, 7813 Sunset Blvd., 90046; KINGSLEY COLTON & ASSOCIATES, Ventura Blvd., Suite 400, Encino, CA 91436; (818) KOHNER-PAUL, INC., 9169 Sunset Blvd., 90069; ; FAX: (213) LANTZ OFFICE, 9255 Sunset Blvd., #505, 90069; ; FAX: (213) LAZAR, IRVING PAUL, 120 El Camino Dr., Suite 206, Beverly Hills, 90212; LIGHT, ROBERT, AGENCY, 6404 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 800, 90048; ; FAX: (213) LYONS, GRACE, MANAGEMENT, 8350 Melrose Ave., Suite 202, 90069; McCARTT ORECK BARRETT, Santa Monica Blvd., #310, 90025; McHUGH AGENCY, JAMES, 8150 Beverly Blvd., 90048; McMILLIAN, HAZEL, AGENCY, 126 N. Doheny Dr., 90211; Beverly Hills, ; (714) MEDIA ARTISTS GROUP, 6255 Sunset Blvd., 90028; MISHKIN AGENCY, 2355 Benedict Canyon, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; MORRIS, WILLIAM, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, 90212; MOSS, BURTON, AGENCY, 113 N. San Vicente Blvd., Suite 202, Beverly Hills, CA 90211; PRESCOTT, GUY, 8920 Wonderland Ave., 90046; PRIVILEGE TALENT AGENCY, 8344 Beverly Blvd., 2nd Floor, 90048; ROBINSON-WEINTRAUB, GROSS & ASSOCIATES, 8428 Melrose Place, 90069; SANDERS AGENCY, LTD., 721 N. La Brea Ave., #200, 90038; SCHECTER, IRV, COMPANY, 9300 Wilshire Blvd., #410, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; SCHWARTZ & ASSOC., DON, 8749 Sunset Blvd., 90069; SHAPIRA, DAVID, ASSOCIATES, INC., Ventura Blvd., Suite 345, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403; (818) ; FAX: (818) SHERRELL AGENCY LEW, 7060 Hollywood Blvd., 90028; SMITH -FREEDMAN & ASSOCIATES, 121 N. San Vicente Blvd., Beverly Hills, 90211; STE REPRESENTATION LTD., 9301 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210; ; FAX: (213) STONE/MANNERS AGENCY, 9113 Sunset Blvd., 90069; SWANSON, N.N., 8523 Sunset Blvd., 90069; TANNEN & ASSOC. HERB, 1800 N. Vine St., Suite 120, 90028; ; FAX: (213) TOBIAS, HERB & ASSOCIATES, 1901 Ave. of the Stars, Suite 840, 90067; TRIAD ARTISTS, Santa Monica Blvd., 16th floor, 90067; TWENTIETH CENTURY ARTISTS, 3800 Barham Blvd., #303, 90068; ; FAX: (213) WEBB, RUTH, ENTERPRISES, INC., 7500 De Vista Dr ; WRITERS & ARTISTS AGENCY, San Vicente Blvd., #300, 90049; ; FAX: (213) NEW YORK (Area telephone code is 212.) ABRAMS ARTISTS & ASSOCIATES, INC., 420 Madison Ave., Suite 1400, 10017; ACTORS GROUP AGENCY, THE, 157 W 57 St., Suite 211, 10019; AGENCY FOR PERFORMING ARTS, 888 Seventh Ave., 10106; ; FAX: (212) AMERICAN-INT'L TALENT 303 W. 42 St., 10036; ANDERSON, BEVERLY, 1472 Broadway, Ste. 806, 10036;

65 ASSOCIATED ARTISTS MANAGEMENT, 311 W. 43rd St., #6806, 10036; ASSOCIATED BOOKING CORP., 1995 Broadway, 10023; ASTOR, RICHARD, 1697 Broadway, 10019; BAUMAN, HILLER & ASSOCIATES, 250 W. 57 St., #803, 10019; BRESLER, KELLY & ASSOCIATES, Ill W. 57 St., #1409, 10019; ; FAX: (212) CASE, BERTHA, 42 W. 53 St., 10019; COLEMAN -ROSENBERG AGCY., 210 E. 58 St., 10022; COOPER ASSOC., BILL, 224 W. 49 St., #411, 10019; CUNNINGHAM, ESCOTT, DIPENE & ASSOCIATES, 118 E. 25 St., 6 Fl., 10010; DEACY, JANE, 181 Revolutionary Rd., Scarborough, 10510; (914) DIAMOND ARTISTS, LTD., 119 W. 57 St., 10019; FLICK EAST -WEST TALENTS, INC., Carnegie Hall Studio 110, Ave., 10019; GAGE GROUP, THE, 1650 Broadway, # ; GARRICK, DALE INTL. AGENCY, 117 W. 48 St., 10036; GERSH AGENCY INC., THE, 130 W. 42 St., #1804, 10036; HARTIG, MICHAEL, 114 E. 28 St., # ; HENDERSON/HOGAN AGENCY, 200 W. 57 St., 10019; HUNT, DIANA, 44 W. 44 St., 10036; INT'L CREATIVE MANAGEMENT, 40 W. 57 St., 10019; JACOBSON/WILDER, INC., 419 Park Ave. S., 10016; JAN J. AGENCY, 328 E. 61 St., 10021; JORDAN, JOE TALENT AGCY., 156 Fifth Ave., # ; KENNEDY ARTISTS REP., 237 W. ll St., 10014; KROLL LUCY, 390 West End Ave., 10024; LANTZ OFFICE, 888 Seventh Ave., 10106; LARNER, LIONEL LTD., 130 W. 57 St., 10019; LEIGH ENTERPRISES, LTD., SANFORD, 440 E. 62 St., 10021; LEWIS ASSOC., LESTER, 110 W. 40 St., 10018; McDERMOTT, MARGE, 216 E. 39 St., 10016; MARTINELLI, JOHN ATTRACTIONS, 888 Eighth Ave., 10019; MORRIS AGENCY, WM., 1350 Ave. of the Americas, 10019; OPPENHEIM-CHRISTIE ASSOC., 13 E. 37 St., 10016; OSCARD,FIFI AGENCY, 19 W 44 St., 10036; OSTERTAG, BARNA, 501 Fifth Ave., 10017; PREMIER TALENT ASSOC., 3 E. 54 St., 10003; RUBENSTEIN, BERNARD, 215 Park Ave. S., 10016; RYAN, CHARLES VERNON, 200 W. 57 St., 10019; SANDERS AGENCY, LTD., THE, 156 Fifth Ave., #222, 10010; STE REPRESENTATION LTD., 888 Seventh Ave., #201, 10019; SCHULLER TALENT, 276 Fifth Ave.,, 10001; SILVER, MONTY, 200 W. 57 St., 10019; SMITH -FREEDMAN & ASSOCIATES, 850 Seventh Ave., 10019; TALENT REPS., INC., 20 E. 53 St., 10022; TRIAD ARTISTS, 888 Seventh Ave., Suite 1602, 10106; WATERS AGENCY, BOB, 1501 Broadway. #705, 10036; WOLTERS, HANNS, IO W. 37 St., 10018; WRIGHT REPS., ANN, 136 E. 56 St., 10022; WRITERS & ARTISTS AGENCY, 70 W. 36 St., #501, 10018; Advertising & Publicity Representatives HOLLYWOOD -LOS ANGELES -BEVERLY HILLS (Area code is 213 unless otherwise indicated.) ABRAMS, BOB, AND ASSOCIATES, 2030 Prosser Ave., Los Angeles 90025; BBDO, Wilshire Blvd., # 1600, Los Angeles, 90024; BARLOR ASSOCIATES, 428 N. Palm Dr., BH 90210; BENDER, GOLDMAN & HELPER, W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 655, Los Angeles, CA 90064; ; FAX: (213) BRAVERMAN-MIRISCH, INC.,1517 Schuyler Rd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210; BROCATO & KELMAN, INC., 8425 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles 90048; ; FAX: (213) DICK BROOKS UNLIMITED, 3511 Beverly Ridge Dr., Sherman Oaks, CA 91403; CLEIN, FELDMAN,WHITE, 8584 Melrose Ave., W. Hollywood 90069; ; FAX: (213) DANCER -FITZGERALD -SAMPLE INC., 3501 Sepulveda. Torrate 90505; D'ARCY, MASIUS, BENTON & BOWLES, 6500 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 90048; DENNIS DAVIDSON & ASSOCS. INC., 211 S. Beverly Dr., #200, BH 90212; DELLA FEMINA TRAVISANO & PARTNERS, 5900 Wilshire Blvd., #1900, Los Angeles 90036; DENTSU INC., 4751 Wilshire Blvd., #203, Los Angeles 90010, DORN, LARRY, ASSOCS. INC., 5550 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 303. Los Angeles 90036; ; FAX: (213) DOUGHERTY & ASSOCS. PUBLIC RELS., 139 S. Beverly Dr., Suite 311, Beverly Hills, 90212; EDELMAN, DANIEL, INC., Wilshire Blvd, # 550, Los Angeles 90024; GELFOND, GORDON AND ASSOCIATES, Olympic Blvd., Suite 377, Los Angeles, CA 90064; ; FAX: (213) GUTTMAN & PAM LTD., 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 801, Beverly Hills, 90211; HANSON & SCHWAM, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles 90069; ; FAX: LEE & ASSOCIATES, 145 S. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles 90036; LEVINE, MICHAEL, PUB. REL. CO., 8730 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) LEWIS & ASSOCIATES, 3600 Wilshire Blvd., # 200, Los Angeles 90010; LIBERMAN, FRANK, AND ASSOCIATES, 9021 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles 90069; MAHONEY/WASSERMAN & ASSOCIATES, 117 N. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles 90048; (213) McKENZIE, KING & GORDON, 1680 N. Vine St., # 710, Hollywood 90028; (213) MILLER, RENEE PUBLIC RELATIONS, P.O. Box 35237, Los Angeles, CA 90035; ; (213) PMK INC., 8436 W. Third St., Suite 650, Los Angeles, 90048; ; FAX: (213) PUBLICITY WEST, 2155 N. Ridgemont Dr., Los Angeles, 90046; ; (818) ROGERS & COWAN, Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, 90067; ; FAX: (213) RUDER, FINN & ROTMAN, INC., 3345 Wilshire Blvd.. #909, Los Angeles, CA 90010; (213) SAATCHI & SAATCHUDFS, 3501 Sepulveda Blvd., Torrence, 90505; SOLTERS, ROSKIN, FRIEDMAN, INC., 5455, # 2200, Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) THOMPSON, J. WALTER CO., Santa Monica Blvd., Suite Los Angeles, 90067; NEW YORK (Area code is 212 unless otherwise indicated) AYER, INC., N.W., Worldwide Plaza, 825 Eighth Ave., ; ; FAX: (212) BACKER, SPIELVOGEL, BATES, WORLDWIDE INC., 405 Lexington Ave., 8th Fl., 10174; BATTEN, BARTON, DURSTINE & OSBORNE, INC., 1285 Ave. of the Americas, 10019; BENDER, GOLDMAN & HELPER, 509 Madison Ave., #1400, 10022; BILLINGS, M/S, PUBLICITY LTD, 250 W. 57 St., #2420, 10107; CLEIN, FELDMAN, WHITE, 33 W. 54th St., 10019; COMMUNICATIONS PLUS INC., 360 Park Ave. So., 10010; DDB NEEDHAM WORLDWIDE INC., 437 Madison Ave., 10022; D'ARCY, MASIUS, BENTON & BOWLES, 909 Third Ave., 10022; DAVIS, AL, PUBLICITY, 6 E. 39 St., 10016; DELLA FEMINA, TRAVISANO & PARTNERS, 625 Madison Ave., 10022; EISEN, MAX, 234 W. 44 St., 10036; FURST, RENEE, 303 E. 57 St., 10022; GIFFORD/WALLACE, INC., 1211 Park Ave., 10128; GOODMAN, FRANK, 1776 Broadway, 10019; GREY ADVERTISING AGENCY, 777 Third Ave., 10017; GREY ENTERTAINMENT & MEDIA, 777 Third Ave., 10022; LYNN, BRUCE, PUBLICITY, 170 W. 23rd St., # 2 U, 10011; McCANN-ERICKSON, INC., 250 Third, 10017;

66 OGILVY & MATHER, 40 W. 57, 10019; PMK (PICKWICK, MASLANSKY, KOENIGBERG) 1 Lincoln Plaza, 10023; POST, MYRNA ASSOCIATES, 145 E. 49 St., 10022; ROFFMAN, RICHARD H., ASSOCIATES, 697 West End Ave., 10025; ROGERS & COWAN, INC., 122 E. 42 St., 10016; RUDER, FINN & ROTMAN, INC., 301 E. 57 St ; SCHLAIFER & CO., INC., CHARLES, 150 E. 69 St., 10155; SAATCHI & SAATCHI ADVERTISING, 375 Hudson St., 1C ; SEIFERT-WHITE ASSOCIATES, 18 E. 53 St., 10022; SOLTERS, ROSKIN, AND FREIDMAN, INC., 45 W. 34 St., 10001; THOMPSON, J. WALTER, 466 Lexington Ave., 10017; WAX, MORTON D. PUBLIC RELATIONS, 1560 Broadway, 10019; WELLS, RICH, GREENE, 1740 Broadway, 10019; WOLHANDER, JOE, ASSOCIATES, INC., 11 W. 30 St., Suite 10R, 10001; YOUNG & RUBICAM INTERNATIONAL, 285 Madison Ave., 10017;

67 Federal Government Film & Media Services EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Video and Teleconference Division, 1614 South Bldg., USDA, Washington, DC ; (202) ; Larry Quinn, chief of division. Produces video, film, and teleconference presentations for use and distribution both inside and outside of the department. (For information on obtaining USDA productions, see National Archives and Records Administration, below.) DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Audiovisual Section, Office of Public Affairs, 14th St., Rm. 5521, Washington, DC 20230; (202) ; Bob Amdur, section chief. Productions of department (by individual bureaus) videos and films are contracted out; distribution is free of charge and handled by an outside company. Contact this number for more information. International Trade Administration, Office of Service Industries, Information Industries Division, 14th St. and Constitution Ave. room 1114, Washington, DC 20230; (202) ; John Siegmund, International Trade Specialist. Studies and reports statistics of the industry at home and abroad; the material gathered is published in department reports along with comparative information from other industries. Also concerned with promoting the industry abroad and overcoming trade barriers. National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Main Commerce Bldg., Washington, DC 20230; (202) ; Janice Obuchowski, Asst. Secretary for Communications and Information. Develops telecommunications policy for executive branch; conducts technical research on various aspects of telecommunications; makes and administers grants to noncommercial public telecommunications services for construction of facilities. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Special Assistant (Audiovisual). Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs), the Pentagon, Room 2E789, Washington, DC, 20301; (202) ; Mr Philip M. Strub, head of division; Captain Susan Hankey, USAF, deputy. Acts on all requests for Department of Defense assistance from the film and television industries involved in entertainment productions and documentaries not dealing specifically with news. Broadcast -Pictorial Branch, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs), the Pentagon, Room 2E765, Washington, DC, 20301; (202) ; Lieutenant Colonel Steve Titunik, USA, branch chief. Provides still photographs and motion media materials to non -government electronic and print news media, news documentary producers, non -entertainment oriented producers, educational institutions, and publishers. Federal Audiovisual Contract Management Office, 601 N. Fairfax St. Alexandria, VA ; (202) ; Florence Harley, Audiovisual management specialist. Maintains lists of qualified film and video producers; contracts throughout the federal government will only be awarded to producers who appear on these lists. MILITARY SERVICES Secretary of the Air Force, Office of Public Affairs, Public Communications Branch, the Pentagon, Room 4A120, Washington, DC ; (202) ; Lt. Col. Dennis J. Gauci, chief of branch. Secretary of the Army, Media Relations Division, Army Public Affairs, the Pentagon, Room 2E641, Washington, DC , (202) ; Col. William L. Mulvey, chief of division. Department of the Navy, Chief of Information, Audiovisual Entertainment, the Pentagon, Room 2E352, Washington, DC ; (202) ; Robert Manning, director. Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Media Branch Public Affairs Division, Code PAM, Washington, DC 20380; (202) ; Lt. Col. Fred C. Peck, chief of branch. (The above public affairs offices all have regional branches; contact the Washington addresses for more information.) DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Office of Public Affairs. Audiovisual Division, 400 Maryland Ave. SW, Rm. 2089, FOB #6, Washington, DC 20202; (202) ; Greg Grafson, Audiovisual officer. Monitors all film, video, and audio materials generated by department contracts with, or grants to, companies or non-profit organizations. Distribution of these materials is through the National Audiovisual Center (see National Archives and Records Administration, below) or by special arrangements with producers. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services, 400 Maryland Ave. SW, Switzer Bldg., Rm. 4629, Washington, DC, 20202; (202) ; Harvey Liebergott, acting branch chief, captioning. This division purchases already produced films and captions them for use by the hearing impaired; contact Mr. Liebergott for a catalogue of titles. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Office of Public Affairs, 1000 Independence Ave. SW, CP24, Washington, DC 20585; (202) ; Chett Gray, Public Information Specialist. This department contracts film and video productions to a private company. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Office of Public Affairs, 200 Independence Ave. SW, room 634E, Washington, DC, 20201; (202) ; Jim Miller, Director of Communications. Produces, distributes, and contracts out video and radio productions. Each of the five branches of HHS has its own public affairs and audivisual office, listed below. Family Support Administration, 370 L'Enfant Promenade SW, 6th floor, Washington, DC 20447; (202) ; David Siegel, acting Associate Administrator of Public Affairs. FSA contracts to produce videos outside of the department. Health Care Financing Administration, 200 Independence Ave. SW, Rm. 314G, Washington, DC 20201; (202) ; Dennis Siebert, Director of Public Affairs. Produces, distributes, and contracts out films and tapes. Office of Human Development Services, 200 Independence Ave. SW, Rm. 348F, Washington, DC 20201; (202) ; Terri Lukach, Director of Public Affairs. This division contracts to produce films and tapes outside of the department. Social Security Administration, Office of Public Affairs, 4200 West High Rise, 6401 Security Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21235; (301) ; Gary Good,acting, Associate Commissioner. Produces and distributes films and tapes. U.S. Public Health Service (including Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, Centers for Disease Control, Food and Drug Administration. Health Resources and Services Administration, Indian Health Service, National Institutes of Health) Office of Communications, 200 Independence Ave. SW, Rm. 717H, Washington, DC 20201; (202) ; James Brown, Director, News Division. Produces, distributes, and contracts out films and tapes. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT Office of Public Affairs, HUD Bldg., 4517th St. SW, Rm , Washington, DC 20410; (202) ; Sherrie Rollins, Director of Public Affairs. This department occasionally contracts outside the government for video productions. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Bureau of Mines, Audiovisual Library, Cochransmill Road, P.O. Box 18070, Pittsburgh, PA 15236; (412) ; Evelyn Donnelly, librarian (for distribution and purchase of films and tapes). Office of Public Information, Audiovisual Programs, 2401 E St. NW, Washington, DC 20241; (202) ; William Gage, Manager of Audiovisual Programs.. The bureau maintains a library of 16mm films, 3/4, and 1/2 inch videos depicting mining, metallurgical operations, and related manufacturing processes. One branch of the program, Mineral Resource Series, is composed of broad -based documentaries directed toward a general audience; the films are produced by independent producers and industrial concerns (they do not carry trademarks, trade names, or other direct advertising). The second branch, Technology Transfer Film Program, is produced by bureau research divisions and is directed toward industry and specialized educational programs. All films and tapes are loaned free of charge (except for return postage) to educational institutions, industries, training workers, engineering and scientific societies, and civic and business associations. Information and catalogues may be obtained from both of the above addresses. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Audiovisual Services, 10th St. and Pennsylvania Ave., Rm. 1313, Washington, DC 20530; (202) ; Mathew White, supervisor. Records department ceremonies and functions; no distribution. 382

68 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Audiovisual and Photographic Services Branch, Audiovisual Division, 200 Constitution Ave. NW, N6311, Washington, DC 20210; (202) ; Stan Hankin, chief of branch. Produces 16mm, 35mm, and video productions and documents department ceremonies; contracts work outside the department as well. DEPARTMENT OF STATE International Communications and Information Policy. Department of State, Rm. 6317, Washington, DC 20520; (202) ; Sonia Landau, U.S. Coordinator and Director. Develops, implements, and oversees international communication policy for the department; acts as a liaison for other federal agencies and the private sector in international communications issues. Office of International Trade, Department of State, Rm. 3831, Washington, DC 20520; (202) ; Donald McConville, Director. Concerned with commercial aspects of film industry, trade treaties, restrictions, quotas, copyrights, etc; call for information on specific questions. Special Projects Staff, Office of Public Communications, Bureau of Public Affairs, Department of State, Rm. 4827A, Washington, DC 20520; (202) ; James Murray. Director of Staff. Produces video documentaries on foreign policy topics; available for free educational and public distribution through the Washington office and a number of regional centers. Contact the above address for more information and a catalogue. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Office of Public Affairs, 400 7th St. SW, Rm , Washington, DC 20590; (202) ; Bill Mosley. Public Affairs officer. Departmental productions contracted out, although individual agencies do produce films and tapes. Three of the ten agencies are listed below. Federal Highway Administration, Audiovisual and Visual Aids, 400 7th St. SW, Rm. 4429, HMS24, Washington, DC 20590; (202) ; Norma Lesser, section chief. Produces videos and films to transportation professionals; distribution is through National Audio Visual Center (see. National Archives and Records Administration, below). National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration, Public Affairs, Audiovisual Section th St. SW, Rm. 5232, Washington, DC 20590; (202) ; Tina Foley, Public Affairs Specialist. Produces and distributes videos and films; also, contracts work outside of the department. United States Coast Guard, Public Affairs. Audiovisual Branch, Commandante, CPI, nd St. SW. Washington, DC 20593; (202) ; Wayne Paul, branch chief. Oversees film and video production and distribution (collection also handled by the National Audiovisual Center, see below), and coordinates the work of the regional film liaison offices. U.S. Coast Guard Hollywood Liaison. Public Affairs Liaison, Federal Bld., Suite 10125, 1100 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA ; (213) ; Cdr. John McElwaine, Hollywood Liaison. DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY Office of Public Affairs, 1500 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Rm. 3442, Washington, DC 20220; (202) ; Desiree'Ihcker-Sorini, Deputy Asst. for P.A. Productions are made by individual bureaus within the department (such as the Internal Revenue Service). Contact this address and phone number for more information. EXECUTIVE AGENCIES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Audiovisual Division, Office of Public Affairs, 401 M St. SW, A-107, Washington, DC 20460; (202) ; Michael Scott, Director. Produces and distributes videos and films on the environment, pollution, conservation, and related subjects; contracts some productions outside of the agency. Some distribution through the National Audiovisual Center (see, National Archives and Records Administration, below); loans are mostly free of charge (videos are dubbed on to blank tapes mailed to the division). FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 1919 M St. NW, Washington, DC 20554; (202) ; Alfred C. Sikes, Chairman. Regulates interstate and foreign communications by television, radio, satellite, cable, wire, and microwave. Reviews applications for construction permits and licenses for such services. Selected divisions listed below; for further information, contact Office of Public Affairs; (202) ; Maureen Peratino, acting Director. Engineering and Technology Bureau; (202) ; Thomas Stanley, chief engineer; Advises FCC on all technical matters and assists in development of telecommunications policy. Reviews developments in telecommunication technology. Technical library open to the public. Mass Media Bureau; (202) ; Alex Felker, chief. Licenses, regulates, and develops audio and video services in traditional broadcasting, cable, and emerging systems including high definition television; processes applications for licensing of commercial and non-commercial television and radio broadcast equipment and facilities; handles renewals and changes of ownership; investigates public complaints. Cable Television Branch; (202) ; Ronald Parver, chief. Processes applications and notifications for licensing of cable television relay service stations; registers cable television systems; develops, administer, and enforces regulation of cable TV and CARS. FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 6th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20580; (202) Administers statutes designed to promote fair competetion; institutes proceedings to prevent unfair or deceptive practices, combinations in restraint of trade, false advertising, and illegal price discrimination. Supervises associations of exporters under the Export Trade Act. (For specific bureaus or further information, contact the Public Affairs Office at the above address and phone number.) LIBRARY OF CONGRESS Audiovisual Section of the Special Materials Cataloging Division, Processing Services Department. Madison Bldg., Rm. 547, Washington, DC 20540; (202) ; Jeffery Heynen, chief of section. Supervises the cataloging of motion pictures, videos, and sets of slides and transparencies, largely on the basis of information supplied by producers and media libraries. Copyright Office, Madison Bldg., Rm. 403, Washington, DC 20540; (202) ; Ralph Oman, Register of Copyrights. Registers films and videos for copyrights. Copyright Cataloging Division, Rm. 513; (202) ; Raoul le Mat, acting chief of division. Supervises the preparation of the semi-annual Catalog of Copyright Entries: Motion Pictures and Film Strips which is distributed by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC This publication contains descriptive data for all theatrical and non -theatrical films and videos registered for copyright during each six-month period. Motion Picture, Broadcast and Recorded Sound Division of the Research Services Department. Madison Bldg., Rm. 338, Washington, DC 20540; (202) ; Robert Saudek, chief of division. Supervises the library's collection of more than 331,000 films and videos. The collection is an archive of copyright deposits plus some gift materials. It contains 35mm, 16mm, and 3/4 inch features and television programs, and some documentary, educational, scientific, religious, and industrial productions. The collection is chiefly American, but includes German, Italian, and Japanese films. The division has an entensive film and video preservation program and houses historically important films from the early days of the industry. NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION Motion Picture Sound and Video Branch, 7th St. & Pennslyvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20408; (202) , 0042, 0043; William Murphy, chief of branch. Houses one of the world's largest audiovisual archives, including more than 120,000 films and 13,000 videos; collection includes documentaries, newreels, combat films, and raw historical footage (government productions as well as gift collections from film corporations and television networks). National Audiovisual Center, Customer Services Section, 8700 Edgeworth Dr., Capitol Heights, MD ; (301) ; Kevin Flood, director. Holds relatively current collection of over 8,500 U.S. government audiovisual productions for sale and rental (available in all formats). Distributes the collections of many government departments and agencies, in addition to those specifically noted above. Presidential Libraries Central Office. 7th St. & Pennslyvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20408; (202) ; John Fawcett, Director. The eight presidential libraries, located throughout the country, can be reached from this office. Each library has extensive audiovisual materials relevant to that administration; the collection begins with President Hoover. NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS Media Arts Program: Film/Radio/Television, 1100 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20506; (202) ; Brian O'Doherty, director. Provides grants to individuals and non-profit organizations for film, video, and radio productions; supports arts programming for public television and radio. NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES Humanities Projects in Media Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20506; (202) ; James Dougherty, director. Provides grants for non-profit media projects aimed at advancing the use and understanding of the humanities. 383

69 SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION Division of Corporation Finance, 450 5th St. NW, Washington, DC Reviews financial statements and disclosures. Radio, Television, and Telegraph, Rm. 3113; (202) ; H. Christopher Owings, Asst., Director. Motion Pictures, Km. 3134; (202) ; James Daly, Asst. Director. (For further information concerning registration of security offerings and supervision of trading, contact Public Affairs, (202) SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION Film Archives, Information Management Division, National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC 20560; (202) ; Mark Taylor, Film Archivist. Houses about 10,000 films and videos from Smithsonian, government, other museums, and industry collections. Smithsonian World, 955 L'Enfant Plaza, Suite 7100, Washington, DC 20024; (202) ; Adrian Malone, Executive Producer. One hour program series broadcast on public television stations. Telecommunications Office, National Museum of American History, Rm. 8840, Washington, DC 20560; (202) ; Paul Johnson, Director. Produces films and videos which are distributed for a fee through a private company. Contact this office for more information. (Other museums and galleries have small archive collections; contact the Office of Public Affairs for more information, (202) ) U.S. INFORMATION AGENCY Television and Film Service, 601 D St. NW, Rm. 5000, Washington, DC 20547; (202) ; Stephen E. Murphy, Director. USIA produces and acquires about 200 film and television documentaries annually for information and cultural programs in 117 countries. In addition, close to 350 targeted, and 150 worldwide news clips are made for use on foreign television. These are seen abroad in commercial theatres, on television, in schools and community centers, and by clubs, universities, and other audiences. Television and Film Service also certifies the exemption of import duties if a film is educational. U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION Office of the Secretary. 500E Street, Rm. 112, Washington, DC 20436; (202) ; Kenneth Mason, Secretary. Conducts countervailing duty, anti -dumping, and patent and trademark infringement investigations; the commission is a fact-finding body which addresses business complaints, holds hearings, and makes recommendations to the Department of Commerce. 384

70 Film Distributors in Key Cities ATLANTA Buena Vista Distribution Co., 1190 W Druid Hill Dr., Suite T-75, 30329; (404) Rod Rodriguez, Div. mgr. Clark Film, Inc., 2200 Northlake Pkwy., Ricker, GA 30084; (404) Lewis Owens. Double Helix Films, 846 Penn. Ave. #B, 30308; (404) MGM/UA Distribution Co., 2600 Century Parkway, N.E., 30345; (404) Larry Terrell, SE reg. director. New Line Cinema Corp., 4501 Circle 75 Parkway NW, 30339; (404) New World Pictures, 2400 Herodian Way, Suite 222, Smyrna, 30080; (404) James Dixon, Mgr. Orion Pictures Distribution Corp., 2970 Clairmont, #240; (404) Glenn Simonds. Paramount Film Distributing Corp, 2600 Century Parkway, 30345; (404) M. V McAfee. ' bumph Releasing Corp, 3100 Breckinridge Blvd., #135, Duluth, GA 30136; (404) Judith Marsh, managing dir. Twentieth Century -Fox Film Corp., 2635 Century Parkway, N.E., 30345; (404) Larry Jameson, Branch Mgr. Universal Film Exchange, 6060 McDonough Dr., Norcross GA 30093; (404) Curtis Fainn, Mgr. Warner Bros., 2970 Clairmont Rd., 30329; (404) Barry Nelson, Branch Mgr. BOSTON Buena Vista Distribution Co., 990 Washington St., Dedham, MA, 02026; (617) John Molson, Branch Mgr. Cine Research Assoc., 32 Fisher Avenue, Roxbury, 02161; (617) Cinema Booking Service of New England, PO Box 827, Needham, 02191; (617) Cinema Consultants Inc., PO Box 331, 02199; (617) Lockwood & McKinnon, Film Corp, 20 Pickering St., Needham, MA 02192; (617) MGM/UA Distribution Co., 100 Grandview Rd., Braintree, MA, 02184; (617) Joe Griffin, NE Reg. VP Natl. Film Service Operating Corp 20 Freeport Way, Dorchester 02122; (617) Orion Pictures Distribution Corp, 31 St. James Ave., 02116; (617) Beth Weiner, mgr. Paramount Film Distributing Corp., Parking Way Bldg., 10 Granite St., Quincy, ; (617) , Joe Rathgab. Triumph Releasing Corp., 20 Park Plaza, #905, 02116; (617) John Monahan, man. dir. Universal Film Exchanges, Inc., 44 Winchester St., 02116; (617) Joan Corrado. Warner Bros. Pictures Dist. Corp, 45 Braintree Hill, Office P/C 301, 02184; (617) Andrew Silverman, Branch Mgr. Zipporah Films, 1 Richdale Ave. #4, Cambridge, 02140; (617) CHARLOTTE Carolina Booking Service, 230 S. Tryon St., 28202; (704) Carolina Film Service Inc., 522 Penman St., 28203; (704) CHICAGO Beacon Films, 930 Pitner Ave., Evanston, IL 60202; (800) Buena Vista Distribution Co. Inc Higgins Rd., Suite 550, Rosemont, 60018; (312) Rick Rice, Div. mgr. Triumph ReieasingCorp, 2800 River Rd., #230, Des Plaines, IL 60018; (312) Glenn Abrams, managing dir. MGM/UA Distribution Co., 6133 River Rd., Suite 900, Rosemont, 60018; (312) Raymond Russo, Mid -West Reg. VP. Orion Pictures Distribution Corp, 75 E. Wacker Dr., Suite ; (312) Will Doebel, Div. mgr. Paramount Film Distributing Co., 8750 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., 60631; (312) Bob Weiss. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, 1100 Woodfield Rd., Schaumburg, IL, 60173; (312) Bert Livingston, Div. mgr. Universal Film Exchanges, 425 N. Michigan Ave., 60611; (312) William Gehring, mgr. Warner Bros. Dist. Corp, 1111 East Touhy Ave., Des Plaines, IL 60018; (312) Floyd Brethour, Div. mgr. CINCINNATI C. J. Ruff Film Distributing Co., 1601 Harrison Ave., Fairmont, 45214; (513) CLEVELAND Triumph Releasing Corp., 6000 Freedom Sq. Dr., #540, Independence, OH 44131; (216) DALLAS Buena Vista Distribution, N. Central Expressway, 75206; (214) Jim Nocella, Div. mgr. Crump Distributors, Inc Lange Circle, 75214; (214) Jim Crump. MGM/UA Distribution Co., 6060 N. Central Expressway, Suite 258, 75206; (214) Jeffery Kaufman, SW Reg. Director. Orion Pictures Distribution Corp, 7557 Rambler Rd., 75231; (214) Redmond Gautier, Div. mgr. Paramount Film Distributing Corp, Merit Dr., Suite 840, 75251; (214) John Hersker, mgr. Taurus Ent., 1900 S. Central Expressway, 75215; (214) Sara Murray, mgr. Triumph Releasing Corp., Merit Dr., #702, 75251; (214) Kenneth Newbert, managing dir. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, Merit Dr., 75251; (214) Richard King, Div. mgr. Universal Film Exchanges, Inc., 7502 Greenville Ave., 75231; (214) Mark Gaines, br. mgr. Warner Bros. Distributing Corp, 8144 Walnut Hill Lane 920, 75231; (214) J. R. Motley, Div. mgr. DENVER Crest Distributing Co., 1443 Lorimer, 80202; (303) DETROIT DRD Distributors, Fenkell Ave., 48227; (313) Al Dezel, George Rossman. Natl. Film Service Operating Corp., 6111 Concord, 48211; (313) Orion Pictures Distribution Corp, Northwestern Hwy., Southfield, MI 48075; (313) Linda Victel, mgr. HONOLULU, HI Pacific Motion Picture Co. Ltd., 470 N. Nimitz Hwy., 96817; (808) JACKSONVILLE, FL Clark Film Releasing, 905 North St ; (904) Harry Clark, pres. Belton Clark, gen. mgr. United Film Distribution Co., 9333 Atlantic Blvd ; (904) Richard Settoon, mgr. KANSAS CITY, MO Midwest Films, 3879 W. 95th St., Shawnee Mission, KS 66206; (913) Gene Irwin. Orion Pictures Distribution Corp., 3101 Broadway, 64111; (816) Jack Klug, mgr. LOS ANGELES Atlantic Releasing Corp, 8255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 104, L.A ; (213) Azteca Films, Inc., 555 N. La Brea Ave., 90036; (213) Seymour Borde Associates, 1800 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood. CA 90028; (213) Buena Vista Dist. Co. Inc., 3800 W. Alameda Ave., Suite 358, Burbank, 91505; (818) Pat Pade, Div. mgr. Cori Films International, 2049 Central Park E., #1200, 90067; (213) Crest Film Distributors, 116 No. Robertson Blvd., 90052; (213) Persell. 385

71 Crown International Pictures, 8701 Wilshire Blvd., B.H ; (213) Empire Pictures, 1551 N. La Brea Ave., 90028; (213) or (818) Jim Rogers. Hollywood International Film Corp. of America, 1044 S. Hill St., L.A ; (213) MGM/UA Distribution Co., Santa Monica Blvd., 90025; (213) Corky Lewin, L.A. Reg. VP. Orion Pictures Distribution Corp., 1888 Century Park E., Suite 416, Century City, 90067; (213) Greg Potash, Div. mgr. Paramount Film Dist. Corp Ventura Blvd., Suite 1140, Sherman Oaks ; (818) Robert Box, mgr. Tbho-Tbwa Co. Ltd., 2 Century Plaza, 2049 Century Park E., 90067; (213) Triumph Releasing Corp, 8671 Wilshire Blvd., 6th FI., Beverly Hills, CA 90211; (213) Roger Cels, managing dir. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91403; (818) lames Naify, Div. mgr. Universal Film Exchange, 8901 Beverly Blvd., 90048; (213) Jack Finn, mgr. Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution Corp., Ventura Blvd., #685, Encino : (818) Richard Hill, Div. mgr. NEW ORLEANS Clark Movie Distributing Co., 4904 Tartan Dr., Metairie, LA, 70010; (504) Howco International Pictures, 3939 Airline Highway, Metairie; (504) NEW YORK American General Film Distribution Inc., 1600 Broadway, 10019; (212) Bedford Entertainment, 101 W. 57th St., 10019; (212) Buena Vista Distribution Co., 500 Park Ave., 10022; (212) Phil Fortune, Div. mgr. Cinecom Intl. Films Inc., 1250 Broadway; (212) Cinevista Releasing, 347 W. 39 St., 10018; (212) Films Inc., 799 Broadway; (212) Filmworld Distributors, Inc., 165 W. 46 St., 10036; (212) First Run Features, 153 Waverly Place, 10011; (212) Grange Communications, Inc., 45 W. 60 St., 10023; (212) Gray City, Inc., 853 Broadway, 10001; (212) Independent International Pictures Corp, 223 State Hwy. #18, East Brunswick, NJ 08816; (201) Independent Feature Project, 1776 Broadway, 10019; (212) Italtoons Corp, 32 W. 40 St., 10018; (212) ITM Releasing Corp., 321 W. 44 St., 10036; (212) MGM/UA Distribution Co., 1350 Ave. of the Americas, 10019; (212) Bob Burke, NY Reg. VP. Marvin Films, Inc., 1560 Broadway, 10019; (212) Miramax Films, 18 E. 48th St., #1601, 10017; (212) Orion Pictures Distribution Corp., 9 W. 57 St ; (212) Rob Lawinski, Div. mgr. Paramount Film Distributing Corp., 15 Columbus Circle, 10023; (212) Pam Pritzker. Promovision International Films, Ltd., 347 W. 39 St., 10018; (212) Skouras Pictures, 380 Bleecker St.; (212) Taurus Entertainment, 2545 Hempstead Tlrrnpike, East Meadow, 11554; (516) Third World Newsreel, 335 W. 38 St., 10018; (212) Times Film Corp., 157 W. 57 St., 10019; (212) Tbho International, 1501 Broadway, 10036; (212) Triumph Releasing Corp., 1700 Broadway, 10019; (212) Joseph Curtin, managing dir. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp., 1211 Ave. of the Americas, 3rd F1., 10036; (212) Carl Bertolino, Div. mgr. Ronald Polon, NY Div. mgr. Universal Film Exchange, 445 Park Ave., 10022; (212) Gary Rocco, mgr. Warner Bros. Distributing Corporation, 75 Rockefeller Plaza, 14th floor, 10019; (212) Robert Miller, Div. mgr. PHILADELPHIA Triumph Releasing Corp., 1617 John E. Kennedy Blvd., #800, 19103; (215) ; Joe Saladin, managing dir. PITTSBURGH Paramount Film Distributing Corp., Fulton Bldg., 107 6th St., 15222; (412) Kay Grotto, mgr. SAN FRANCISCO Warner Bros. Pictures Distributing Corp, 150-4th St., 91403; (415) Mike Timko. SEATTLE MGM/UA Distribution Co., th Ave., N.E. Bellevue, WA 98004; (206) S. Amato, NW Sr. Sales mgr. Northwest Diversified Entertainment, 2819 First, 98121; (206) Seattle National Film Service, 900 Maynard S., (206) WASHINGTON, DC Key Theatre Ent., 1325' Wisconsin Ave., N.W., 20007; (202) David Levy. Orion Pictures Distribution Corp, 5205 Leesburg Pike, Suite 311, Falls Church, VA 22041; (703) Charles Vaden, Div. mgr. Warner Bros. Dist. Corp, 1700 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852; (301) Daniel Chinich, Branch Mgr. 386

72 Distributors of 16mm Feature Films Following is a listing of distributors having substantial selections of 16mm films for lease or rental. Additionally, some of the companies may have prints available for outright purchase. Inquiries for catalogs listing complete product should be made to the addresses given below. BENCHMARK FILMS 145 Scarborough Road, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510; (914) BIOGRAPH ENTERTAINMENT P.O. Box 190, Mamaroneck, NY ; (914) BLACKHAWK CATALOG Beatrice St., Los Angeles, CA 90066; (213) BUDGET FILMS 4590 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90029; (213) BUENA VISTA PICTURES DISTRIBUTION -NON - THEATRICAL 350 S. Buena Vista St., room 143 ROD, Burbank, CA 91521; (818) CAPITOL ENTERTAINMENT 4818 Yuma St. NW, Washington, DC 20016; (202) CAROUSEL FILMS 260 5th Ave., room 705, New York, NY 10001; (212) CINECOM PICTURES 1250 Broadway, New York, NY 10001; (212) CINEMA GUILD 1697 Broadway, New York, NY 10019; (212) CIRCLE RELEASING 2445 M St., Suite 225, Washington, DC 20037; (202) CLEM WILLIAMS 2240 Noblestown Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15205; (412) COLUMBIA CLASSICS Columbia Pictures, The Burbank Studios, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) CORINTH FILMS 34 Gansevoort St., New York, NY 10014; (212) DIRECT CINEMA P.O. Box 69799, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) EM GEE FILM LIBRARY 6924 Canby Ave., Suite 103, Reseda, CA 91335; (818) EURO -AMERICAN FILMS 4818 Yuma St. NW, Washington, DC 20016; (202) FILM-MAKERS COOPERATIVE 175 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10016; (212) FILMS INCORPORATED 5547 N. Ravenswood Ave., Chicago, IL 60640; (312) FIRST RUN/ICARUS I.53 Waverly Place, New York, NY 10004; (212) HURLOCK CINE -WORLD, INC. Box 34619, Juneau, AK 99803; (907) IFEX FILMS/INTERNATIONAL FILM EXCHANGE LTD. 201 W. 52 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) INTERAMA 301 W. 53 St., Suite 19E, New York, NY 10019; (212) IVY FILM 165 W. 46 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) KINO INTERNATIONAL 333 W. 39 St., Suite 503, New York, NY 10018; (212) KIT PARKER th St., Monterey, CA 93940; (408) MANBECK PICTURES CORP Wakonda Dr., Des Moines, IA 50321; (515) MODERN SOUND 1402 Howard St., Omaha, NE 68102; (402) MUSEUM OF MODERN ART FILM LIBRARY 11 W. 53 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) NEW LINE CINEMA 575 Eighth Ave., New York, NY 10018; (212) NEW YORKER FILMS 16 W. 61 St., New York, NY 10023; (212) PRESTIGE FILM CORPORATION 18 E. 48 St., Suite 1601, New York, NY 10017; (212) PYRAMID FILMS P.O. Box 1048, Santa Monica, CA 90406; (213) REPUBLIC PICTURES CORPORATION Beatrice St., Los Angeles, CA 90066; (213) SAMUEL GOLDWYN COMPANY Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) SWANK MOTION PICTURES 201 S. Jefferson Ave., St. Louis, MO 63103; (314) THIRD WORLD NEWSREEL 335 W. 38 St., New York, NY 10018; (212) (feature documentaries and short fiction). TRANS -WORLD FILMS 332 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60604; (312)

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74 Corporate Histories of the Networks Capital Cities/ABC, Inc. Like the other major U.S. television networks, ABC had its origins in radio. In the beginning Radio Corporation of America (RCA) owned two radio networks: the Blue and the Red. In 1941 the FCC decreed that the same company could not own two networks, so RCA incorporated the Blue under the name of American Broadcasting System and established it as an independent subsidiary with 116 stations. RCA then sold this network to Edward J. Noble, founder and chairman of the Life Savers Corporation, for $8 million. The name was changed to the American Broadcasting Company in 1944, at which time the network had 197 radio affiliates. Television arrived for ABC in 1948 when, on April 19, ABC carried its first TV program: "On the Corner," with Henry Morgan, which was sponsored by the Admiral Radio Corp. Later in the year ABC scored two "firsts": the live broadcast of an opera (Verdi's "Otello") from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York and a TV documentary, "The Marshall Plan." The next big step for ABC came in 1952 with its merger with United Paramount Theatres, the motion picture theatre circuit founded when Paramount Pictures was required under the Sherman Anti -Trust Act to separate its film production unit from its theatres. This merger was engineered by Leonard H. Golden - son, then the president of UPT. The new company was called American Broadcasting -Paramount Theatres, Inc. During the 1950's ABC began operation at a profit although it had to struggle fiercely to acquire new affiliates. In 1954 ABC made a deal with Walt Disney to acquire a 35 per cent interest in Disneyland and all TV programs produced by Disney. The following year ABC signed an exclusive rights contract with Warner Bros. for TV programming. The 1960's brought many changes to ABC beginning with the introduction of color programming for the fall season of 1962; this was expanded in 1966 to include full color broadcasting. In 1965 AB -PT's name was changed to American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. and the company's corporate headquarters were moved from West 66th Street in New York to 1330 Avenue of the Americas, where they remained until High points in the decade of the '60s also included the introduction of the blockbuster theatrical movie to TV with spectacular rating results when "The Bridge on the River Kwai" was viewed (in 1966) by 60 million Americans. In 1967 the ABC evening news was expanded from 15 minutes to a half hour, and Joey Bishop inaugurated ABC's late - night programming with his talk show. An attempt to gain control of ABC by Howard Hughes was circumvented by Goldenson in Hughes said publicly that he abandoned his efforts to acquire the network because of the strong resistance of Goldenson; however, it was speculated elsewhere that he gave up because as new owner of ABC he would have had to attend a public hearing under the auspices of the FCC. The fanatically reclusive Hughes, it was assumed, would never have agreed to come out of seclusion for such an event. The decade of the Seventies was an eventful one for ABC, too, not the least because in 1972 it was able to operate at a profit for the first time in ten years. Also in the season ABC moved for the first time into first place in the ratings race. It held the lead for the next two years and then dropped back into second place in , a position it held until when it dropped to third position. It was unable to rise above that until when it displaced CBS in second place, primarily because of special sports programming, such as the World Series and the Superbowl. It remained second in In 1976 Barbara Walters joined ABC, becoming the first anchorwoman in television history. Her almost $1 million a year salary caused lifted eyebrows among her fellow anchor persons, including Harry Reasoner and Howard K. Smith. In 1977 the mini-series "Roots" appeared on ABC and became the all-time highest -rated program. This helped immensely in the ratings race, and credit must go in large part to Fred Silverman who two years before had joined the company as president of ABC international. He left in 1978 to go to NBC. The decade of the Eighties was a turbulent one for the television industry as cable TV and home video began whittling away at their audiences. ABC was no exception. Halfway through the period-in 1985-ABC agreed to be purchased by Capital Cities Communications at a cost of $3.5 billion saw formal completion of the takeover and the merged company's name was changed to Capital Cities/ABC, Inc. With the departure of Goldenson, that year also brought other important changes in management. Daniel B. Burke replaced Frederick J. Pierce as president and chief operating officer. There were also sweeping reductions in personnel in the interests of economy and streamlining. (At least 1,000 employees were fired.) Budget cuts notwithstanding Capital Cities/ABC chairman Thomas Murphy pledged ABC would not scrimp on programming. Instead the focus was to be on the network's non -programming expenses which accounted for about 30 per cent of the budget. One result was to cut out internally -generated research which was to be contracted for on an ad hoc basis as needed. Capital Cities/ABC owns eight television stations and 21 radio stations and is a partner in ESPN, the highly successful cable TV sports channel and two other cable TV services-arts & Entertainment and Lifetime. It also owns publishing operations which include nine daily newspapers, several weeklies and a variety of trade and consumer magazines. Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. CBS first saw the light of day in 1927 as a radio network with 16 stations-united Independent Broadcasters, Inc.-founded by Arthur Judson, a concert tour manager. In need of money, Judson secured backing from Louis Sterling, president of the Columbia Phonograph Company, and changed the network name to Columbia Phonograph Broadcasting System. Later other investors were invited in, the most prominent of whom was William S. Paley, who, on September 26, 1928, at the age of 27, became president of the firm whose name was changed again. Now it was called the Columbia Broadcasting System. Paley introduced many innovations to radio broadcasting, most significant of which was the signing of an agreement in 1931 with Paramount Pictures whereby film stars were heard on radio for the first time. This laid the groundwork for the CBS policy in television from the outset to feature shows built around stars (Ed Sullivan, Lucille Ball, Arthur Godfrey, Jack Benny, Burns & Allen, Garry Moore, etc.). Actually CBS was in TV as early as 1931 when it began regularly scheduled TV programming over experimental station W2XAB in New York City. In 1941 CBS began weekly broadcast of black -and -white TV programming over WCBS-TV in New York. By 1948 it had 30 affiliated stations. The decade of the 1950's brought many important advances. In 1951 CBS broadcast the first live coast -to -coast TV transmission between New York and San Francisco. In 1952 there came opening of Television City in Hollywood-the industry's first 389

75 self-contained TV production facility. In 1956 "Playhouse 90" made its debut and set new high standards for drama originated on TV. But the big event of the decade came along early-in with the debut of "I Love Lucy." The road to creating that phenomenal success was a rocky one. For one thing CBS did not want Desi Arnaz, and signed him only on the insistence of Lucille Ball. Second, the couple wanted to work before a live audience-a practice also anathema to the CBS powers -that -be. Ball and Arnaz persisted, and their efforts led to what is regarded as the invention of the situation -comedy format was also the year that Bill Gordon designed the CBS Eye-destined to become one of the most famous logos in the world. In the field of soap operas CBS was both leader and winner, virtually monopolizing that market from 1951 to In 1951 it introduced "Search for Tomorrow," which was to become the longest -running show ever in that genre. This was followed by "Love of Life" (1951) "The Guiding Light" (1952)-both overnight hits. "Guiding Light" was still on the air in 1988, as was the fourth soap CBS introduced, "As the World Turns" (1956). In the late '50s and through the '60s and '70s CBS reigned as king of prime time ratings as tallied by the Nielsen Company. It had tied with NBC in and and ABC led in three seasons; but the rest of the time CBS was Number One. Thus it was quite a jolt to the company when in it slipped to second place and stayed there through the following season. Then came the worst blow of all: in CBS came in third for the first time in TV history. CBS maintained its long -running lead with such successes as "Gunsmoke" (1957), "The Defenders" (1961), "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1962), "All in the Family" (1972) and "Dallas" (1978). Also helping was "60 Minutes," the news -oriented show, which in 1988 had remained in the Top Ten prime time shows for 11 consecutive seasons. CBS began the turbulent Eighties with a new president, Thomas Wyman (replacing John D. Backe). Worst year for the company so far in that decade was surely 1985 when the company was sent reeling under three major assaults. First, Gen. William C. Westmoreland filed a $120 million law suit, charging he had been libeled during a 1982 "CBS Reports" documentary. The subsequent trial ended 18 weeks after it began in New York Federal Court after the general heard some of his closest advisers during the Vietnam War testify they supported the CBS documentary contention in that he had deliberately underestimated the enemy troop strength on the field. Fearing he would lose, Westmoreland dropped the action before it could go to a jury. Second, Senator Jesse Helms (Rep., N.C.) and his Fairness in Media committee launched an unfriendly takeover bid to "become Dan Rather's boss." (Rather had replaced Walter Cronkite as chief news anchor in 1981.) Third, Atlanta broadcast entrepreneur Ted Turner made an unfriendly junk-bond bid for CBS. Ina clever move the network bought up 21 per cent of its own stock for $956 million and thwarted the takeover. Turner went after MGM/UA instead. Meanwhile Laurence A. Tisch, a former theatre chain executive, had become the major stockholder in CBS and in 1986 he instigated some sweeping changes in the interests of costcutting and efficiency. Some 700 jobs were eliminated at the CBS Broadcast Group. Tisch also removed Wyman as president, named himself chief executive officer and induced founder William Paley to return to active duty as acting chairman of the board. In 1988, stung by CBS' worst prime time rating performance ever, Tisch shuffled executive ranks again, naming Howard Stringer, previously president of CBS News, as president of the Broadcasting Group. He replaced Gene F. Jankowski, who was named to the newly created position of chairman of the Broad- cast Group. At the same time Tisch reported the CBS secondquarter income for 1988 rose 40 per cent to a new quarterly record. He attributed this to higher sales achieved despite a slow advertising market and to improvement of operating margin through reduction of costs and making operations more efficient. It was all, said Tisch, the beginning of "a new era" for CBS. In the season, however, CBS was in third place again. National Broadcasting Company Television began for NBC in 1928, when on April 4, it acquired from the Federal Communications Commission a permit to operate an experimental station, W2XBS. Actual transmission from the Empire State Building did not begin, however, until October 30, Some eight years late the network began broadcasting on a regular basis, beginning with the opening of the New York World's Fair on April 30, NBC, like the other networks, was an outgrowth of radio operations. Radio Corp. of America, General Electric and Westinghouse jointly launched a network in 1926 which had 31 stations; 25 in a network called Red and 6 in one called Blue. A year later it was forced to sell the Blue network to ABC (see history of that network), keeping for itself the one known as Red. In 1930 RCA bought out its partners, GE and Westinghouse, and NBC became its wholly owned subsidiary. NBC became a TV network on January 12, 1940, when two stations, WNBC-TV, New York, and WRGB-TV, Schenectady, New York, carried the first network programming. In June, 1941, the FCC granted NBC the first commercial TV license and a month later it had four advertisers signed up: Procter & Gamble, Lever Brothers, Sun Oil and Bulova. After World War II NBC scored two big "firsts." On June 19, 1946, Gillette became the first advertiser to sponsor a TV network show, the Joe Louis -Billy Conn boxing match. That same year Bristol-Myers became the first sponsor of a network TV series, "Geographically Speaking." NBC can also claim to be the first to introduce coast -to -coast network TV coverage. On September 4, 1951, when the U.S. - Japanese peace treaty was signed in San Francisco, its cameras were on hand. In 1952 NBC pioneered early morning programming when it introduced "The Today Show." NBC can also claim the first regularly scheduled network color series: "The Marriage," launched in That same year it achieved the first west -to -east TV transmission with the television of the Tournament of Roses Parade in color. At the start of the season it could declare it was the "only all - color network." In 1968 NBC introduced new forms of TV programming with "The Name of the Game," a series that incorporated feature - film elements into a 90 -minute show. This then spawned the "NBC Mystery Movie"-a series of programs composed of "Colombo," "Hec Ramsey", "McMillan and Wife," "Mc- Cloud," "Amy Prentiss," "McCoy," and "Quincy, M.E.". In 1972 NBC broke new ground again when it introduced "The Tomorrow Show" shown from 1:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. This was a talk program and it demonstrated that in the wee small hours of the morning something more than re -runs and old movies could be shown. In 1974 another late -night show called "Weekend" was begun. In 1976 NBC's telecast of "Gone with the Wind" drew the largest audience to that date for an entertainment program. In 1978 its "Holocaust" mini-series attracted 107 million viewers and won 21 major awards. Such programs helped NBC in the ratings, but in it fell to third place, where it stayed until (Ironically 1976 was the year in which NBC celebrated its 50th anniversary 390

76 in broadcasting with a four-hour, star -filled special.) In it edged up to second place, and the following year it was ranked Number One in prime -time viewing for the first time in the three decades of such tallying by Nielsen. (For the record NBC did tie for first place with CBS in and ) NBC held on solidly to its first place standing for , , and Along with the other networks NBC moved into a period of turmoil during the decade of the Eighties, fighting off rising costs and competition from cable TV and home video. In 1986 General Electric Corporation purchased RCA (NBC's parent) for $6.28 billion; GE, it will be remembered, helped launch the radio network in 1926 which led to the development of NBC- TV. This brought personnel changes led by the replacement of Grant A. Tinker as NBC chief executive officer by Robert Wright, although Wright was not given Tinker's chairman title, that being taken by John F. Welch of GE. Instead Wright was named president as well as chief executive officer. Along with its competition NBC started cutting staff and budgets in NBC owns television stations located in Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, New York City and Washington, D.C. GE, the parent company, also owns TV station subsidiaries in Denver and Miami, which are operated under the aegis of NBC. In 1987 NBC owned eight radio stations in various cities, but it is reconfiguring these operations and plans to sell some of them and also to acquire other stations in different cities. In 1987 NBC released some interesting figures about costs of television production. It revealed the average prime time halfhour series program for the season cost about $500,000 for two showings; that the average hour program costs $1 million or more; and that a feature film made for TV runs to about $3 million. 391

77 Television Companies * NETWORKS * SET MANUFACTURERS * MAJOR PRODUCERS 392

78 Y Companies Capital Cities/ABC, Inc. 77 W. 66th St., New York, NY 10023; (212) ; 2040 Avenue of the Stars, Century City, CA 90067; (213) CHM. OF BOARD & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Thomas S. Murphy PRESIDENT & CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Daniel B. Burke EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT; CHAIRMAN & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, FAIRCHILD PUBLICATIONS John B. Fairchild EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT; PRESIDENT, ABC TELEVISION NETWORK GROUP John B. Sias SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT; CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Ronald J. Doerfler SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT; PRESIDENT, BROADCAST GROUP Michael P. Mallardi SENIOR VICE-PRESIDENT; PRESIDENT, PUBLISHING GROUP Phillip J. Meek SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL COUNSEL Stephen A. Weiswasser VICE PRESIDENT & CONTROLLER Allan J. Edelson VICE PRESIDENT, INVESTOR RELATIONS Joseph M. Fitzgerald VICE PRESIDENT, HUMAN RESOURCES John E. Frisoli VICE PRESIDENT, TAXES James M. Goldberg VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATION Robert T. Goldman VICE PRESIDENT Andrew E. Jackson VICE PRESIDENT & ASSISTANT CONTROLLER David S. Loewith VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS Patricia J. Matson VICE PRESIDENT, LABOR RELATIONS Jeffrey Ruthizer VICE PRESIDENT, BROADCAST STANDARDS & PRACTICES Alfred R. Schneider VICE PRESIDENT & TREASURER David J. Vondrak SECRETARY Philip R. Farnsworth ASSISTANT TREASURER Allen S. Bornes VICE PRESIDENT & PRESIDENT CAPITAL CITIES/ABC RADIO DIVISION OF THE BROADCAST GROUP James P. Arcasa VICE PRESIDENT Philip R. Bouth VICE PRESIDENT & PRESIDENT ABC PUBLISHING Robert G. Burton VICE PRESIDENT & PRESIDENT CAPITAL CITIES/ABC VIDEO ENTERPRISES Herbert A. Granath VICE PRESIDENT & SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FINANCE, ABC TELEVISION NETWORK GROUP Ann Maynard Gray VICE PRESIDENT & PRESIDENT CAPITAL CITIES/ABC OWNED TV STATIONS-WEST Kenneth H. Johnson VICE PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING, CAPITAL CITIES/ABC BROADCAST GROUP Robert O. Niles VICE PRESIDENT & PRESIDENT CAPITAL CITIES/ABC OWNED TV STATIONS-EAST Lawrence J. Pollock BOARD OF DIRECTORS Thomas S. Murphy (churn. of the bd., CEO); Daniel B. Burke (pres., COO); Robert P. Bauman (chmn. of the bd., Smith Klein, Beecham p.l.c.); Warren E. Buffett (churn. of the bd., CEO, Berkshire Hathaway Inc.); Frank T. Cary (formerchmn. of the bd., IBM); John B. Fairchild (exec. v.p., churn., CEO, Fairchild Publications); Leonard H. Goldenson (chmn., executive committee; retired churn. of the bd., American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.); George P. Jenkins (consultant to W.R. Grace & Co.; retired chmn. of the bd., Metropolitan Life Insurance Company); Frank S. Jones (Ford Professor of Urban Affairs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Ann Dibble Jordan (former director of Social Service Dept., University of Chicago Medical School); Thomas M. Macioce (partner, Shea & Gold, Attorneys at Law; former chmn. of the bd., CEO, Allied Stores Corporation); John H. Muller Jr. (chmn., pres., CEO, General Housewares Corp.); John B. Sias (exec. v.p.; pres., ABC Television Network Group); William I. Spencer (retired pres., chief admin. officer, Citicorp and Citibank, N.A.); M. Cabell Woodward, Jr (vice chmn., CFO, ITT Corp.). FINANCIAL (ALL CAPITAL CITIES/ABC, INC.) SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Ronald J. Doerfler VICE PRESIDENT & TREASURER David S. Vondrak VICE PRESIDENT & COMPTROLLER Allan J. Edelson VICE PRESIDENT & ASSISTANT COMPTROLLER David S. Loewith VICE PRESIDENT, TAXES James M. Goldberg VICE PRESIDENT, TAX PLANNING & ADMINISTRATION Andrew C. Govesnali VICE PRESIDENT, INVESTOR RELATIONS Joseph M. Fitzgerald ADMINISTRATION VICE-PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATION, CAPITAL CITIES/ABC, INC. Robert T. Goldman VICE PRESIDENT OF REAL ESTATE AND CONSTRUCTION Richard E. Hockman VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATION, WEST COAST Roger K. Lund TECHNOLOGY & STRATEGIC PLANNING SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Julius Barnathan HUMAN RESOURCES VICE PRESIDENT, HUMAN RESOURCES, CAPITAL CITIES/ABC, INC. John E. Frisoli VICE PRESIDENT, PERSONNEL, CAPITAL CITIES/ABC, INC. Anita Hecht VICE PRESIDENT, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS & HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS Thomas J. Gorey VICE PRESIDENT, COMPENSATION & ORGANIZATION PLANNING William Wilkinson VICE PRESIDENT, PERSONNEL, WEST COAST Anthony Sproule OFFICE OF CORPORATE INITIATIVES VICE PRESIDENT, OFFICE OF CORPORATE INITIATIVES Charles Keller VICE PRESIDENT, OFFICE OF COMMUNICATION John E. (Jack) Harr LEGAL SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL COUNSEL, CAPITAL CITIES/ABC, INC. Stephen A. Weiswasser VICE PRESIDENT, LAW & REGULATION Samuel Antar VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE LEGAL AFFAIRS Griffith W. Foxley VICE PRESIDENT, VIDEO ENTERPRISES & PUBLISHING Larry M. Loeb VICE PRESIDENT, LITIGATION Jeffrey S. Rosen 393

79 VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL & BUSINESS AFFAIRS BROADCASTING Charles Stanford BROADCAST STANDARDS & PRACTICES VICE PRESIDENT, BROADCAST STANDARDS & PRACTICES Alfred R. Schneider VICE PRESIDENT, BROADCAST STANDARDS & PRACTICES, EAST COAST Christine Hikawa VICE PRESIDENT, BROADCAST STANDARDS & PRACTICES, WEST COAST Brett A. White VICE PRESIDENT, COMMERCIAL CLEARANCE, BROADCAST STANDARDS & PRACTICES, EAST COAST Harvey Cary Dzodin CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS, ABC, INC. Patricia J. Matson VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE PROJECTS Julie Hoover DIRECTOR, CORPORATE Veronica Pollard ABC TELEVISION NETWORK GROUP PRESIDENT John B. Sias PRESIDENT, ABC ENTERTAINMENT Robert A. Iger GROUP PRESIDENT, ABC NEWS AND SPORTS, AND PRESIDENT, ABC NEWS Roone Arledge PRESIDENT. ABC SPORTS Dennis Swanson PRESIDENT, ABC TELEVISION NETWORK Mark Mandala PRESIDENT, DAYTIME, CHILDREN'S & LATE NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT Michael Brockman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT James J. Allegro EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, SALES H. Weller Keever EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE RELATIONS George M. Newi SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE Ann M. Gray VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS Mark Roth SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING & RESEARCH SERVICES Alan Wurtzel VICE PRESIDENT & EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, MORNING TELEVISION Philip R. Bouth AFFILIATE RELATIONS SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT IN CHARGE OF AFFILIATE RELATIONS George H. Newi VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF AFFILIATE OPERATIONS William (Buzz) Mathesius VICE PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR OF STATION RELATIONS Bryce Rathbone VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE FINANCIAL AFFAIRS Arnold Marfoglia NETWORK SALES EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT IN CHARGE OF SALES H. Weller (Jake) Keever SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT GENERAL SALES MANAGER Marvin G. Goldsmith SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, NATIONAL SALES MANAGER George M. Cain VICE PRESIDENT, SALES MARKETING Madeline Nagel VICE PRESIDENT, PROMOTIONAL SALES Harry H. Factor VICE PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR OF SALES MARKETING Keith Ritter VICE PRESIDENT, DAYTIME SALES John R. Shanley, Jr. VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR DAYTIME SALES Paul Rittenberg VICE PRESIDENT, SPORTS SALES James Wasilko VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR, SPORTS SALES Robert Sedlachek VICE PRESIDENT, NEWS AND EARLY MORNING SALES Lawrence Fried VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR NEWS/EARLY MORNING SALES Cynthia Ponce VICE PRESIDENT, SALES DEVELOPMENT/CREATIVE SERVICES Charles Gabelman VICE PRESIDENT, SALES ADMINISTRATION Charles C. Allen VICE PRESIDENT, SPECIAL PROGRAM SALES Robert Cagliero VICE PRESIDENT, REVENUE, PLANNING & SALES ADMINISTRATION Robert S. Wallen VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR OF REVENUE ANALYSIS John Abbattista VICE PRESIDENT, REGIONAL SALES Edmond P. Ryan VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF EASTERN SALES James M. Casey VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR EASTERN DIVISION SALES Raymond R. Warren VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR, DAYTIME SALES Paul Rittenberg VICE PRESIDENT, PRIME TIME SALE PROPOSALS Elaine Chin Ming PUBLIC RELATIONS VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLIC RELATIONS, CAPITAL CITIES/ABC TELEVISION NETWORK GROUP Richard J. Connelly EAST COAST VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM INFORMATION Tom Mackin DIRECTOR, NEWS INFORMATION Elise Adde DIRECTOR, MEDIA PHOTOGRAPHY Peter Murray DIRECTOR, COMMUNITY RELATIONS Jane Paley DIRECTOR, PROGRAM INFORMATION David Horowitz DIRECTOR, DAYTIME PROGRAM PUBLICITY Regina DiMartino MANAGER SPORTS INFORMATION Robert Wheeler DIRECTOR, PRESS RELATIONS Janice Gretemeyer Adams WEST COAST: VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLIC RELATIONS Bob Wright DIRECTOR, PROGRAM PUBLICITY Rosalind Jarrett MANAGER, BUSINESS INFORMATION Jim Brochu DIRECTOR, BROADCAST PUBLICITY Jerry Hellard ABC ENTERTAINMENT PRESIDENT Robert A. Iger EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, PRIME TIME DEVELOPMENT Stuart Bloomberg EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, PRIME TIME Edward W. Harbert VICE PRESIDENT, CASTING & TALENT RELATIONS Donna L. Rosenstein VICE PRESIDENT, MOTION PICTURES FOR TV & MINISERIES Allen Sabinson VICE PRESIDENT, COMEDY SERIES DEVELOPMENT Kim Fleary VICE PRESIDENT, DRAMATIC SERIES DEVELOPMENT Gary Levine VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT SERIES PROGRAMS John L. Barber VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM PLANNING & SCHEDULING George Keramidas VICE PRESIDENT, MOTION PICTURE POST PRODUCTION Andre de Szekeley VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION Stephen K. Nenno VICE PRESIDENT, SPECIAL PROGRAMS John Hamlin 394

80 VICE PRESIDENT, MINI SERIES Judd Parkin VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING Mark C. Zakarin VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE PICTURES, ON-AIR PROMOTION Stuart L. Bower BUSINESS AFFAIRS SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS & CONTRACTS Ronald V. Sunderland VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS, WEST COAST Barry Gordon VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS & CONTRACTS, WEST COAST Alan Kaplan VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS ADMINISTRATION, WEST COAST Ronald Pratz DIRECTOR, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Pat Thompson VICE PRESIDENT, CONTRACTS, EAST COAST David L. Sherman VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS & CONTRACTS, EAST COAST Donal L. Flynn VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS, EAST COAST Anthony S. Farinacci DAYTIME, CHILDREN'S & LATE NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT PRESIDENT Michael Brockman VICE PRESIDENT, DAYTIME PROGRAMS Jo Ann Emmerich VICE PRESIDENT, DAYTIME PROGRAMS, EAST COAST Mary Alice Dwyer -Dobbin VICE PRESIDENT, CHILDREN'S PROGRAM SERES Jeannette B. Trias VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE, ADMINISTRATION & OPERATIONS FOR DAYTIME CHILDREN'S & LATE NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT Albert Rubin ABC SPORTS, INC. PRESIDENT, SPORTS Dennis Swanson SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF SPORTS PLANNING & ADMINISTRATION Stephen J. Solomon SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION Dennis Lewin EXECUTIVE PRODUCER OF ABC SPORTS Geoff Mason VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMMING David Downs VICE PRESIDENT OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCIAL CONTROLS Robert H. Apter BROADCAST GROUP PRESIDENT Michael P. Mallardi PRESIDENT, BROADCAST OPERATIONS AND ENGINEERING Robert R. Siegenthaler PRESIDENT, ABC VIDEO ENTERPRISES Herbert A. Granath PRESIDENT, TELEVISION STATIONS, EAST Lawrence J. Pollock PRESIDENT, TELEVISION STATIONS, WEST Kenneth M. Johnson PRESIDENT, NATIONAL TELEVISION SALES John B. Watkins PRESIDENT, RADIO James B. Arcara PRESIDENT, RADIO STATIONS Don B. Bouloukos PRESIDENT, RADIO NETWORKS Aaron M. Daniels CAPITAL CITIES/ABC NATIONAL TELEVISION SALES PRESIDENT John B. Watkins VICE PRESIDENT Philip J. Sweenie GENERAL SALES MANAGER, EASTERN SALES Joseph Cohen CAPITAL CITIES/ABC-OWNED TELEVISION STATIONS PRESIDENT-EAST Lawrence J. Pollock PRESIDENT-WEST Kenneth M. Johnson PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, WABC-TV, NEW YORK Walter C. Liss PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, WLS-TV, CHICAGO Joseph Ahern PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, WTVD, DURHAM -RALEIGH G. Alan Nesbitt PRESIDENT, GENERAL MANAGER, WPUI-TV, PHILADELPHIA, PA Richard E. Spinner PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, KFSN-TV, FRESNO Marc Edwards PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, KTRK-TV, HOUSTON Paul L. Bures, Jr. PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, KABC-TV, LOS ANGELES Terry Crofoot PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, KGO-TV, SAN FRANCISCO James G. Topping ABC VIDEO ENTERPRISES PRESIDENT, ABC VIDEO ENTERPRISES Herbert Granath EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Bruce Maggin SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL & PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Phil Boyer VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS Michael S. Dubester ABC DISTRIBUTION CO. PRESIDENT John T. Healy SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Archie C. Purvis VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM ACQUISITIONS & DEVELOPMENT Paul D. Coss VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION Jeremiah G. Sullivan ABC NEWS PRESIDENT, ABC NEWS Roone Arledge SR. VICE PRESIDENT Richard Wald V.P. & EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, "CAPITAL TO CAPITAL" Jeff Gralnick EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, "20/20" Victor Neufeld VICE PRESIDENT & WASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF George Watson VICE PRESIDENT, NEWS PRACTICES Walter Porges EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, "PRIME TIME LIVE" Richard Kaplan SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE Irwin W. Weiner VICE PRESIDENT & ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT Joanna E. Bistany EXECUTIVE PRODUCER OF "WORLD NEWS TONIGHT WITH PETER JENNINGS" Paul Friedman SENIOR PRODUCER, WASHINGTON BUREAU, ABC NEWS "WORLD NEWS TONIGHT WITH PETER JENNINGS" Herbert J. Dudnick SENIOR PRODUCER "NIGHTLINE" Deborah Leff EXECUTIVE PRODUCER "BUSINESS WORLD" Eleanor Prescott 395

81 SENIOR BROADCAST PRODUCER "WORLD NEWS TONIGHT WITH PETER JENNINGS" Robert Roy EXECUTIVE IN CHARGE OF LONG FORM PROGRAMMING & EXECUTIVE PRODUCER "THIS WEEK WITH DAVID BRINKLEY" Dorrance Smith EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Phyllis McGrady BROADCAST OPERATIONS AND ENGINEERING PRESIDENT Robert Siegenthaler VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, BROADCAST OPERATIONS, EAST COAST Joseph T. Di Giovanna V.P., BROADCAST ENGINEERING Max Berry VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, BROADCAST OPERATIONS & ENGINEERING, WEST COAST Jack Neitlich VICE PRESIDENT, BROADCAST OPERATIONS & ENGINEERING WASHINGTON OPERATIONS James Truelove VICE PRESIDENT OF ADMINISTRATION, FINANCE & PLANNING Neil MacLeod VICE PRESIDENT, TELEVISION OPERATIONS Preston Davis VICE PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION OPERATIONS Jacques Lesgards Buena Vista Television (see the Walt Disney Company) CBS Inc. 51W. 52 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; 7800 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) BOARD OF DIRECTORS William Paley, Roswell L. Gilpatric, Franklin A. Thomas, Henry B. Schact, Marietta Tree, Newton N. Minow, Harold Brown, James R. Houghton, James D. Wolfensohn, Michel Bergerac, Walter Cron - kite, Laurence A. Tisch, Edson W. Spencer, Preston R. Tisch. CHAIRMAN William Paley PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Laurence A. Tisch SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Jay Kriegel SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS & ADMINISTRATION Edward Grebow PRESIDENT, CBS/BROADCAST GROUP Howard Stringer CBS ENTERTAINMENT (HOLLYWOOD) PRESIDENT, CBS ENTERTAINMENT Kim LeMasters EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, PRIMETIME PROGRAMS Barbara Corday VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS, WEST COAST Layne Britton VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT AND CASTING Lisa Freisberger VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT AND GUILD NEGOTIATIONS Leola Gorius VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS, MUSIC OPERATIONS Harry Heitzer VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS William B. Klein VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS, LONG FORM CONTRACTS & ACQUISITIONS Sid Lyons VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS, ADMINISTRATION James F. McGowan VICE PRESIDENT, MOTION PICTURES FOR TV, MINISERIES Pat Faulstich VICE PRESIDENT, CBS ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTIONS Norman Powell VICE PRESIDENT, CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS AND DAYTIME SPECIALS Judy Price VICE PRESIDENT, ENTERTAINMENT AND INFORMATIONAL SPECIALS Fred Rappoport VICE PRESIDENT, PLANNING AND SCHEDULING Peter F. Tortorici VICE PRESIDENT, COMEDY PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Tim Flack VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMS Madalene Home VICE PRESIDENT, DAYTIME PROGRAMS Lucy Johnson VICE PRESIDENT, DRAMATIC PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Jonathan Levin VICE PRESIDENT, LATE NIGHT PROGRAMS Rod Perth DIRECTOR, LATE NIGHT PROGRAMS & FEATURE FILMS Joe Bowen DIRECTOR, MOTION PICTURES FOR TV Robert Drummel DIRECTOR, CASTING Anthony Barnao DIRECTOR, DAYTIME PROGRAMS Barbara Hunter DIRECTOR, CURRENT PROGRAMS & PLANNING Carol Lem DIRECTOR, DRAMATIC PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Marian Davis DIRECTOR, MOTION PICTURES FOR TV Adoley Odunton DIRECTOR, CASTING Margaret McSharry SENIOR DIRECTOR. CASTING Christopher Gorman DIRECTOR, MINISERIES Dighton Spooner DIRECTOR, MOTION PICTURES FOR TV Larry Strichman SENIOR DIRECTOR, INFORMATIONAL & CONCEPT SPECIALS Suzan Sosna DIRECTOR, COMEDY SERIES DEVELOPMENT Kelly Goode DIRECTOR, MOTION PICTURES FOR TELEVISION Sunta Izzicupo SENIOR DIRECTOR, CBS ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTIONS Mary Mazur DIRECTOR, DAYTIME PROGRAMS Margot Wain CBS ENTERTAINMENT (NEW YORK) DIRECTOR, DAYTIME PROGRAMS, NEW YORK Judy Jenkins DIRECTOR CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS, NEW YORK Carolyn Ceslik DIRECTOR, DAYTIME CASTING, NEW YORK Laura Marino DIRECTOR, PRIMETIME CASTING, NEW YORK Amy Introcaso CBS/BROADCAST GROUP (NEW YORK) PRESIDENT, CBS BROADCAST GROUP Howard Stringer SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNICATIONS George E. Schweitzer SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PLANNING & RESEARCH David F. Poltrack VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE Jay D. Gold VICE PRESIDENT & ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT Beth Waxman Bressan VICE PRESIDENT, VIDEO Kenneth L. Ross VICE PRESIDENT, MEDIA RELATIONS Ann Morfogen VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE SERVICES Jerold Goldberg VICE PRESIDENT, TELEVISION AUDIENCE MEASUREMENT, NATIONAL TELEVISION RESEARCH Michael Eisenberg VICE PRESIDENT, TELEVISION RESEARCH, NEW YORK Charles Moschetto ASSISTANT CONTROLLER, CBS TELEVISION NETWORK Frank Tinghitella 396

82 1 VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM PRACTICES, NEW YORK Matthew Margo CBS/BROADCAST GROUP (HOLLYWOOD) VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM PRACTICES, HOLLYWOOD Carol A. Altieri VICE PRESIDENT, ADVERTISING & PROMOTION (located in L.A.) Michael Mischler VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLICITY, WEST COAST Susan Tick VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE ADVERTISING & PROMOTION John Bradford Crum VICE PRESIDENT, ON-AIR PROMOTION Steve Jacobson VICE PRESIDENT, TELEVISION RESEARCH, LOS ANGFI FS Arnold Becker VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE (Hollywood) Gary McCarthy CBS OPERATIONS & ADMINISTRATION (New York) VICE PRESIDENT, EAST COAST OPERATIONS Christopher J. Cookson VICE PRESIDENT, BROADCAST TRANSMISSION OPERATIONS Dave White VICE PRESIDENT, TELEVISION OPERATIONS Charles Dages VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, ENGINEERING & DEVELOPMENT Joseph Flaherty VICE PRESIDENT, DEVELOPMENT Richard Streeter CBS OPERATIONS & ADMINISTRATION (Hollywood) VICE PRESIDENT, WEST COAST BROADCAST OPERATIONS Charles Cappleman CBS MARKETING DIVISION PRESIDENT, CBS MARKETING DIVISION Thomas E. Leahy VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATION Mary Lou Jennerjahn SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, SALES Jerome Dominus VICE PRESIDENT, SPORTS MARKETING & SALES Hal Trencher VICE PRESIDENT, NEWS MARKETING & SALES Robert 1. Silberberg VICE PRESIDENT, SALES PLANNING & ADMINISTRATION Dorothy Schwartz VICE PRESIDENT, PROMOTION & MERCHANDISING Paul LaRocca VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING SERVICES Bruce Thomas SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, CBS BROADCAST INTERNATIONAL Donald D. Wear, Jr. VICE PRESIDENT, SALES & MARKETING, CBS BROADCAST INTERNATIONAL Rainer Siek VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION & ADMINISTRATION, CBS BROADCAST INTERNATIONAL David P. Berman CBS AFFILIATE RELATIONS DIVISION PRESIDENT, CBS AFFILIATE RELATIONS DIVISION Anthony C. Malara VICE PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR, AFFILIATE RELATIONS Scott Michels CBS NEWS DIVISION PRESIDENT David Burke VICE PRESIDENT, NEWS COVERAGE & OPERATIONS Donald DeCesare VICE PRESIDENT & ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT Joseph Peyronin VICE PRESIDENT, NEWS SERVICES John Frazee VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION James M. McKenna VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATION Theodore C. Savaglio VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Robert E. McCarthy VICE PRESIDENT, BUREAU CHIEF, CBS NEWS WASHINGTON Barbara Cohen VICE PRESIDENT, RADIO Larry D. Cooper DIRECTOR, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, SPECIAL EVENTS Lane Venardos CBS TELEVISION STATIONS DIVISION PRESIDENT, CBS TELEVISION STATIONS Eric Ober VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE Carl Wenhold VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMMING Eugene Lothery VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING SERVICES Gordon Hughes VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, SALES & MARKETING Philip S. Press CBS SPORTS DIVISION PRESIDENT Neal H. Pilson VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMMING Jay B. Rosenstein VICE PRESIDENT, OLYMPICS Mark H. Harrington III VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION & OPERATIONS James E. Harrington VICE PRESIDENT, SPORTS PLANNING Richard Pinkham VICE PRESIDENT, SPORTS BUSINESS AFFAIRS AND COMPLIANCE Noel B. Berman CBS RADIO DIVISION PRESIDENT Nancy C. Widmann VICE PRESIDENT, CBS OWNED AM STATIONS Anna Mae Sokusky VICE PRESIDENT, CBS OWNED FM STATIONS George L. Sosson VICE PRESIDENT, CBS RADIO NETWORKS Robert P. Kipperman VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL MANAGER, CBS RADIO REPRESENTATIVES Anthony C. Miraglia VICE PRESIDENT, MEDIA PRACTICES Elizabeth Hayter VICE PRESIDENT & CONTROLLER Michael H. O'Neal Children's Television Workshop 1 Lincoln Plaza, New York, NY 10023; (212) (Educational Broadcasting.) CHAIRMAN-CEO Joan Ganz Cooney PRESIDENT-COO David V. B. Britt SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE AFFAIRS Emily Swenson VICE PRESIDENT AND EXECUTIVE PRODUCER David D. Connell VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE Kenneth J. Gruber VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNITY EDUCATION SERVICES Evelyn P. Davis VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLIC AFFAIRS Fran Kaufman VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION Franklin Getchell VICE PRESIDENT AND PUBLISHER, MAGAZINE GROUP Nina B. Link VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER Wayne W. Luteran VICE PRESIDENT, INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGY & SCHOOL SERVICES Robert L. Made11 VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH Keith W. Mielke 397

83 PRESIDENT, CTW PRODUCTS AND INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION William E Whaley Columbia Pictures Television (A unit of Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.) 3400 Riverside Dr., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) ; 1438 North Gower St., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Gary Lieberthal PRESIDENT Scott Siegler PRESIDENT, SYNDICATION Barry Thurston EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, DRAMA Steven H. Berman EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, COMEDY Frances C. McConnell SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Jan E. Abrams SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMS, COMEDY Deborah Curtan SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS/ PUBLICITY Don DeMesquita SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, FILM PRODUCTION Seymour Friedman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Andrew J. Kaplan SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH David Mumford SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING Michael Zucker VICE PRESIDENT, SYNDICATION OPERATIONS Francine Beougher VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMS, COMEDY Jeanie Bradley VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMS, COMEDY Eduardo G. Cervantes VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT & CASTING Dennis Cornell VICE PRESIDENT, SYNDICATION POST PRODUCTION Lawrence (Lon) Feldman VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Richard Frankie VICE PRESIDENT, POST -PRODUCTION Christine J. Freidgen VICE PRESIDENT, SYNDICATION, SOUTHEAST REGION Susan Grant VICE PRESIDENT, STUDIO OPERATIONS David Holman VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT & CASTING Rick Jacobs VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS ADMINISTRATION Stephanie Knauer VICE PRESIDENT, TAPE PRODUCTION Edward Lammi VICE PRESIDENT, SYNDICATION, EASTERN REGION Gary Lico VICE PRESIDENT, SYNDICATION, WESTERN REGION Terry Mackin VICE PRESIDENT, COMEDY DEVELOPMENT Steve Medelson VICE PRESIDENT, SYNDICATION, MIDWEST REGION John Rohrs VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH Doug Roth VICE PRESIDENT, MOTION PICTURE SALES AND ACQUISITIONS Leslie Z. Tobin VICE PRESIDENT, DRAMA DEVELOPMENT Jimmy Veres VICE PRESIDENT, SYNDICATION, EASTERN REGION Herbert O. Weiss VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Jeffrey Weiss COLUMBIA PICTURES TELEVISION SYNDICATION Studio Plaza, 3400 Riverside Drive, Burbank, CA CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Gary Lieberthal PRESIDENT, SYNDICATION Barry Thurston SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING Michael Zucker SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH David Mumford VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH Doug Roth VICE PRESIDENT, MOTION PICTURE SALES AND ACQUISITIONS Leslie Tobin VICE PRESIDENT, SYNDICATION POST PRODUCTION Lon Feldman VICE PRESIDENT, DISTRIBUTION OPERATIONS Francine Beougher VICE PRESIDENT, WESTERN REGION Terry Mackin DIRECTOR, SPECIAL MARKETING William L. Clark DIRECTOR, SYNDICATION CONTRACTS Elise Keen DIRECTOR, MOTION PICTURE SYNDICATION Eric Marx DIRECTOR, PUBLICITY Bill Coveny DIRECTOR, ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION Alan Daniels BRANCH OFFICES: New York: Columbia Pictures Television, 711 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10022; (212) ; (FAX) (212) Gary Lico, v.p., Eastern region; Herb Weiss, v.p., Eastern region. Chicago: Columbia Pictures Television, 645 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 634, Chicago, IL 60611; (312) ; FAX: (312) John Rohrs, Jr., v.p., Midwestern region; Stuart Walker, Account Executive, Midwestern region. Atlanta: Columbia Pictures Television, One Atlantic Center, 1201 W. Peachtree St., #4820, Atlanta, GA 30309; (404) ; FAX: (404) Susan Grant, v.p., Southeastern region; Joe Kissack, account exec.; Brian Fleming, account exec. Columbia Pictures International Television (A unit of Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.) 711 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) PRESIDENT Nicholas Bingham SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION SAI PS Michael Grindon VICE PRESIDENT, WORLD-WIDE PAY TV Dennis Wood DIRECTOR, SALES ADMINISTRATION Nancy Coleman VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, LATIN/SOUTH AMERICA Helios Alvarez VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER. JAPAN/KOREA Toru Ohnuki MANAGING DIRECTOR, AUSTRALIA/FAR EAST Tony McMullen DIRECTOR, CLIENT SERVICES (WEST COAST) Susan West INTERNATIONAL OFFICES Argentina: Columbia Pictures of Argentina, Inc., Ayacucho 520, (1026) Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tel: , Armando Cortez, gen. mgr. Australia: Columbia Pictures Television Pty., Ltd., 45 Macquarie Street, Sydney, N.S.W. Australia 2000, Tel: , Tony McMullen, Managing Director, Australia/Far East. Brazil: Screen Gems -Columbia Pictures of Brazil, Inc., Rua Santa Isabel 160, 7 Andar, Sao Paolo, Brazil, Tel: , Helios Alvarez, VP and General Manager-Latin/South America, Nelson Duarte, Latin America Operations Manager, Octavio De Silva, Sales Manager Brazil. Canada: EPS Programming Services Ltd., Columbia Pictures Television Canada, 720 King Street West., Suite 600, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2T3, 1e1: , David Jackson, President, EPS. France: Columbia Pictures Television, 20 Rue Troyon, Paris, France, Tel: , Jacques Porteret, Program Sales Manager, Jeff Wright, Sales Representative, Patricia Ciolek, Sales Representative. 398

84 -IL 1_ 1 Italy: T.V. Overseas S.R.L., Via Sicilia N. 50, Rome, Italy, Tel: , Jimmy Manca, Agent. Japan: Japan International Enterprises, Inc., 4th floor, Yoneda Building, 17-20, Shimbashi 6-Chome, Minato -Ku, Tokyo Pref. 105, Japan, Tel: , Tom Ohnuko, VP and General Manager, Japan/Korea. Mexico: Columbia Pictures International Television, Darwin 68, Office 301, Mexico 5, D.F., Tel: , Evencio Gomez, Dubbing/Traffic Controller. Philippines: Columbia Pictures International Television, Room 307, President Lines Building, 1000 United Nations Avenue, Manila, Philippines, Tel: , Conrad Javier, Sales Representative. United Kingdom: Columbia Pictures International Television, 19/23 Wells Street, London WIP 3FP, England, Tel: , Nicholas Bingham, President, CPIT, Jimmy Graham, Director of N. Europe/Middle East/Africa, Justin Winfield, Sales Manager N. Europe/Middle East/ Africa. The Walt Disney Company 500 South Buena Vista Street, Burbank, California 91521; (818) CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Michael D. Eisner PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Frank G. Wells VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Roy E. Disney EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Gary L. Wilson SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-STRATEGIC PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT Lawrence P. Murphy SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-CORE. COMMUNICATIONS Erwin D. Okun SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL COUNSEL Joe Shapiro VICE PRESIDENT-TREASURER John H. Forsgren VICE PRESIDENT-CORPORATE PROJECTS Arthur Levitt III VICE PRESIDENT-PLANNING & CONTROL Neil R. McCarthy VICE PRESIDENT-COUNSEL AND ASSISTANT SECRETARY Peter F Nolan VICE PRESIDENT-COUNSEL AND ASSISTANT SECRETARY Joseph M. Santaniello VICE PRESIDENT AND SECRETARY Doris A. Smith VICE PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER Timothy V. Wolf BUENA VISTA TELEVISION (A division of The Walt Disney Company) 500 South Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521; (818) PRESIDENT Robert Jacquemin SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-MARKETING Carole Black SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-SALES Mort Marcus VICE PRESIDENT-CABLE SALES Peter Affe VICE PRESIDENT/GENERAL SALES MANAGER-WEST COAST Rick Jacobson VICE PRESIDENT-PRODUCTION Mary Kellogg -Joslyn VICE PRESIDENT-WESTERN REGIONAL MANAGER Janice Marinelli -Mazza VICE PRESIDENT-MEDIA STRATEGY Michael Mellon VICE PRESIDENT-CREATIVE SERVICES Sal Sardo VICE PRESIDENT-MARKETING Catherine P. Schulte VICE PRESIDENT/EASTERN REGIONAL MANAGER Ken Solomon VICE PRESIDENT-GENERAL MANAGER Mark Zoradi BUENA VISTA TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT James S. Bennett VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMMING Mark A. (Bruno) Cohen VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMMING Mary Kellogg -Joslyn VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMMING-EUROPE (London) David L. Simon WALT DISNEY PICTURES AND TELEVISION EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-MOTION PICTURE & TELEVISION PRODUCTION Marty Katz SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-FINANCE Chris McGurk VICE PRESIDENT & CONTROLLER Eugne C. Brown VICE PRESIDENT-INFORMATION SERVICES John Covas VICE PRESIDENT-STUDIO OPERATIONS Ben Cowitt VICE PRESIDENT-DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL- ANTI-PIRACY Judy Denenholz VICE PRESIDENT-PRODUCTION RESOURCES Scott Dorman VICE PRESIDENT-LABOR RELATIONS Robert W Johnson VICE PRESIDENT-POST PRODUCTION David McCann VICE PRESIDENT-MUSIC Chris Montan VICE PRESIDENT-CASTING Gretchen Rennell WALT DISNEY TELEVISION PRESIDENT OF NETWORK TELEVISION PRODUCTION Garth Ancier EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-ANIMATION Gary Krisel SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-MAGICAL WORLD OF DISNEY John Litvack SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AND LEGAL AFFAIRS John J. Reagan VICE PRESIDENT-PRODUCTION Mitch Ackerman VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AFFAIRS-WORLDWIDE HOME VIDEO & PAY/CABLE TV Jere R. Hausfater VICE PRESIDENT-LEGAL AFFAIRS Lawrence Kaplan VICE PRESIDENT-LEGAL COUNSEL David Mayer VICE PRESIDENT-SPECIALS Pam McKissick VICE PRESIDENT-ESTIMATING & AUDITING Walter O'Neal VICE PRESIDENT-DRAMA DEVELOPMENT Ron Taylor VICE PRESIDENT-COMEDY DEVELOPMENT Dean Valentine VICE PRESIDENT-TELEVISION ANIMATION Michael Webster VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AFFAIRS Kenneth D. Werner VICE PRESIDENT-FINANCE NETWORK TV & BROADCASTING Chris Winners VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AFFAIRS Laurie Younger Eastman Kodak Company 343 State St., Rochester, NY 14650; (716) ; 1901 W. 22nd St., Oakbrook, IL ; (312) ; 6700 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) ; 1133 Ave. of the Americas, New York, NY 10036; (212) ; Williams Square, 5221 N. O'Connor Blvd., Irving, TX ; (214) ; 4 Con - 399

85 course Parkway, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30328; (404) ; 1122 Mapunapuna St., Honolulu, Hawaii 96817; (808) (Motion picture film offices & laboratories.) CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Colby H. Chandler PRESIDENT & EXECUTIVE OFFICER Kay R. Whitmore VICE CHAIRMAN & EXECUTIVE OFFICER J. Phillip Samper GROUP VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS GROUP Wilbur J. Prezzano VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, MOTION PICTURE & AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTS DIVISION Joerg D. Agin VICE PRESIDENT & MOTION PICTURE MARKETING MANAGER Leonard F. Coleman Fox Inc. P.O. Box 900, Beverly Hills, CA 90213; (213) Fox Inc. is the parent company of Fox Broadcasting Co., Fox Television Stations Inc., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Barry Diller PRESIDENT Jonathan Dolgen EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Chase Carey SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, EMPLOYEE RELATIONS Dean Ferris SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL COUNSEL David Handleman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE Harvey Finkel SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BANKING John Meehan SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BROADCAST OPERATIONS & ENGINEERING Andrew Setos DIRECTOR, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS Dennis E. Petrosky VICE PRESIDENT AND ASSISTANT TO THE CHAIRMAN Beth Colloty VICE PRESIDENT, LABOR RELATIONS Pamela DiGiovanni VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL AFFAIRS Daphne Gronich VICE PRESIDENT, ASSISTANT GENERAL COUNSEL Mary Anne Harrison VICE PRESIDENT, COMPENSATION/BENEFITS Lynn Franzoi Fox Broadcasting Company P.O. Box 900, Beverly Hills, CA 90213; (213) ; New York office: 40 W. 57 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) Chicago office: 625 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 401, Chicago, IL 60611; (312) CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, FOX, INC. Barry Diller PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY Jamie Kellner PRESIDENT, FOX BROADCASTING ENTERTAINMENT GROUP Peter Cherin EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, SERIES PROGRAMMING, FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY Paul Stupin SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION Tom Allen SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMMING & DEVELOPMENT, FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY Robert Kenneally SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLICITY AND CORPORATE CREATIVE SERVICES Brad 'Buren VICE PRESIDENT, ON-AIR PROMOTION AND CREATIVE MARKETING Bobb Bibb VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH & MARKETING Andy Fessel VICE PRESIDENT, ON-AIR PROMOTION & SPECIAL PROJECTS Lewis Goldstein VICE PRESIDENT, DEVELOPMENT Joe Davola SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS, FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY Ira Kurgan VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE RELATIONS-WESTERN REGION David Ferrara VICE PRESIDENT, WESTERN SALES Deborah Myers VICE PRESIDENT, SPECIAL PROGRAMMING Michael Binkow VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL AFFAIRS Eric Yeldell VICE PRESIDENT, SALES & ADMINISTRATION Susan Watcher NEW YORK OFFICE SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, SAT FS Jon Nesvig VICE PRESIDENT, EASTERN SALES David Cassaro VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE RELATIONS, EASTERN REGION Gregory Gush CHICAGO OFFICE VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE RELATIONS, CENTRAL REGION Bob Mariano VICE PRESIDENT, CENTRAL SALES Jean Rossi LOS ANGELES OFFICE SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, ADVERTISING & PROMOTION, FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY Sandy Grushow SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, SERIES PROGRAMMING, FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY Lillah McCarthy SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF PRODUCTION, MOTION PICTURES FOR TELEVISION & MINI-SERIES Wendy Riche VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE PROMOTION Gary Berberet VICE PRESIDENT, NATIONAL MEDIA Pam Satterfield VICE PRESIDENT, ON-AIR & BROADCAST OPERATIONS Stephen Weinheimer VICE PRESIDENT, BROADCAST STANDARDS AND PRACTICES Don Bay VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Rich Vokulich VICE PRESIDENT, CONTROLLER Michelle Varon VICE PRESIDENT, FILMS ACQUISITIONS Suzanne Horenstein VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMMING Michael Lansbury VICE PRESIDENT, LONGFORM PROGRAMMING Paul Nagle Fox Television Stations Inc Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, FOX INC. Barry Diller PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Robert M. Kreek VICE PRESIDENT, DEVELOPMENT Stephen Chao VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL AFFAIRS Gerald Friedman VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL MANAGER-FOX TAPE Steve McPeek VICE PRESIDENT, LABOR RELATIONS Hugo Rossiter VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMMING Steve Leblang VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Mitchell Stern VICE PRESIDENT, FIRST RUN PROGRAMMING Jake Tauber 400

86 FOX TELEVISION STATION GROUP WNYW/New York-Channel 5, Carolyn Wall gen. mgr.; KTTV/Los Angeles-Channel II, Robert Morse gen. mgr.; WFLD/Chicago- Channel 32, Cary Jones gen. mgr.; WFXT/Boston-Channel 25, Joseph Robinowitz gen. mgr.; KDAF/Dallas-Channel 33, Gayle Brammer gen. mgr.; WTTG/Washington-Channel 5, Betty Endicott gen. mgr.; KRIV/Houstoo-Channel 26, Jerry Marcus gen. mgr. GTG Entertainment (A partnership formed between the Gannett Co. and Grant A. Tinker.) 9336 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA (213) Organized (Develops and produces television programs, both entertainment and reality -based.) PRESIDENT Grant A. Tinker EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Stuart P. Erwin, Jr. SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Jay Sandrich SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT M.S. Rukeyser, Jr. VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Richard J. Katz VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATION & PLANNING Alan Sternfield VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION Jack Clements VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLIC RELATIONS Robin McMillan VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT & CASTING Peter Golden VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT & NETWORK BUSINESS AFFAIRS Russell Schwartz BRANCHES GTG East/New York; GTG Marketing/New York Great American Broadcasting 3400 Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) (Producer). CHAIRMAN & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Charles S. Mechem, Jr. SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE Joel Cohen DIVISIONS INCLUDE: Hanna -Barbera Productions, Inc., 3400 Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) Ruby -Spears Enterprises, 3330 Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) Hamilton Projects, 215 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10016; (212) Titus Productions, 211 E. 51 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) Mery Griffin Enterprises (A unit of Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.) 1541 N. Vine St., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) (Producers of game/talk shows, TV specials, motion pictures and films for television.) CHAIRMAN Mery Griffin PRESIDENT Robert J. Murphy VICE PRESIDENT OF MOTION PICTURES AND FILMS FOR TELEVISION Peter Barsocchini International Creative Management, Inc. 40 W. 57 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048; (213) (Representatives of performing and creative talent in the entertainment industry.) A subsidiary of Josephson International Inc. PRESIDENT Jeff Berg Lorimar Television (A Division of Warner Bros.) W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232; (213) CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Merv Adelson OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Dick Robertson, David E. Salzman, Michael Jay Solomon PRESIDENT David Salzman Creative Affairs EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE AFFAIRS Leslie Moonves SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, COMEDY DEVELOPMENT Ellen Franklin SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, DRAMA DEVELOPMENT Tony Jonas VICE PRESIDENT, MOVIES & MINI-SERIES Cindy Dunne DIRECTOR, COMEDY DEVELOPMENT Hank Cohen DIRECTOR, MOVIES & MINI-SERIES Joan Harrison First -Run Development & Production VICE PRESIDENT, FIRST -RUN TELEVISION Jim Paratore DIRECTOR, FIRST -RUN DEVELOPMENT Hilary Estey DIRECTOR, PRODUCTION Jay Weinman Business Affairs EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS & FINANCIAL AFFAIRS David Stanley SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Julie Waxman VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Roni Mueller VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Bruce Rosenblum VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Nancy Reiss Tellern DIRECTOR, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Karen Cease DIRECTOR, BUSINESS AFFAIRS David Engel Production SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, NETWORK PRODUCTION Robert Rosenbaum VICE PRESIDENT, NETWORK PRODUCTION Andy Ackerman VICE PRESIDENT, NETWORK PRODUCTION Judith Zaylor VICE PRESIDENT, TELEVISION MUSIC Richard Berres VICE PRESIDENT, NETWORK POST -PRODUCTION Ted Rich Current Programs SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMS March Kessler VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMS Pat Ambrose VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMS Adam Gold VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMS Marcia Zwilling VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMS David Zuckerman Lorimar Productions SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT Barbara Miller SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION CONTROLLER Mary Van Houten VICE PRESIDENT, COST CONTROL/ESTIMATING Bea Blonde!! 401

87 VICE PRESIDENT, LABOR RELATIONS Jon Gilbert VICE PRESIDENT, MUSIC Richard Berres DIRECTOR, MUSIC Charlotte Lawrence DIRECTOR, LABOR RELATIONS Joan Birdt DIRECTOR, CASTING Jackie Briskey DIRECTOR, CASTING Alice Cassidy DIRECTOR, CASTING Melinda Gartzman DIRECTOR, CASTING Shawn Linahan DIRECTOR, CASTING Irene Mariano DIRECTOR, CASTING Megan Whitaker Legal Affairs SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Paul Stager VICE PRESIDENT Sarah Noddings VICE PRESIDENT Barbara Zuckerman DIRECTOR Marcy Lifton DIRECTOR Jay Gendron Publicity, Promotion & Advertising SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLICITY, PROMOTION & ADVERTISING Barry Stagg VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLICITY Sarah Goldstein Studio Facilities SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Arnold Shupack VICE PRESIDENT Barbara Francuz DIRECTOR Randy Harris MCA TV 100 Universal Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608; (818) ; FAX: (818) (Distributor. A subsidiary of MCA, Inc. as is Universal Television, the production arm. See separate listing.) CHAIRMAN, MCA TV GROUP Al Rush PRESIDENT, MCA TV Shelly Schwab SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR OF SALES, OFF -NET Jim Kraus SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR OF SALES, FIRST RUN Bobbi Fisher SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE SERVICES Mort Slakoff SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Ken Arber VICE PRESIDENT OF LEGAL & BUSINESS AFFAIRS Sara Rutenberg VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Gerald Farrell DIRECTOR OF LEGAL & BUSINESS AFFAIRS David Pulido VICE PRESIDENT, SYNDICATION SERVICES Bill Vrbanic VICE PRESIDENT, WESTERN AREA Richard Nailling WESTERN REGIONAL MANAGER Bill Trotter BRANCH OFFICES: Eastern: 445 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) ; FAX: (212) SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, ADVERTISER SALES David Brenner DIRECTOR OF ADVERTISER SALES Jeff Manoff VICE PRESIDENT, NORTHEAST AREA Bob Raleigh EASTERN SALES MANAGER Steve Rosenberg Southwest: Hillcrest Rd., Suite 115, Dallas, TX 75230; (214) ; FAX: (214) VICE PRESIDENT, SOUTHWEST REGION Tom Maples MANAGER, SOUTHWEST REGION Steve Hackett Southeast: 600 W. Peachtree St., Suite 1480, Atlanta, GA 30308; (404) ; FAX: (404) SOUTHEAST REGION MANAGERS Albert L. Strada Charlotte Sweet Central -Midwest: 435 No. Michigan Ave., Suite 515, Chicago, IL 60611; (312) ; FAX: (312) VICE PRESIDENT, MIDWEST AREA Paul Hoffman MANAGER, CENTRAL REGION Chris Rovtar ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE, CENTRAL DIVISION Dan MacKimm DIRECTOR OF ADVERTISER SALES, MIDWEST Dan Zifkin MGM/UA Communications Co W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232; (213) Consists of four operating groups (as of August 25, 1989): Metro -Goldwyn -Mayer Film Group, MGM/UA Distribution Co., MGM/UA Telecommunications, which includes MGM/UA Home Video, Inc. and MGM/UA Television Production Group. CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Jeffrey C. Barbakow CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Fred Benninger SENIOR EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Sidney H. Sapsowitz EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Kenin M. Spivak SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-FINANCE AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Thomas P Carson SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Trevor Fetter SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE GENERAL COUNSEL AND SECRETARY William Allen Jones SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-LABOR RELATIONS Benjamin B. Kahane VICE PRESIDENT AND CONTROLLER Kathleen A. Coughlan VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER Walter C. Hoffer VICE PRESIDENT-STUDIO LEGAL AFFAIRS Nancy Niederman VICE PRESIDENT-MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SERVICES John Sanders VICE PRESIDENT-CORPORATE LEGAL AFFAIRS Sally Suchil VICE PRESIDENT-TAXES Daniel J. Taylor VICE PRESIDENT-CORPORATE AUDIT David Terrasi BOARD OF DIRECTORS Fred Benninger, Terry Christensen, Willie D. Davis, Ann Getty, Edward A. Horrigan, Jr., Kirk Kerkorian, Arthur G. Linkletter, Frank Rothman, Sidney Sapsowitz, Walter M. Sharp, Stephen D. Silbert, Kenneth L. Trefftzs EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Fred Benninger, Terry Christensen, Kirk Kerkorian, Frank Rothman, Sidney H. Sapsowitz, Walter H. Sharp, Stephen D. Silbert MGM/UA TELEVISION PRODUCTION GROUP, INC. CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER David Gerber 402

88 PRESIDENT Lynn Loring EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Kenin M. Spivak SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-FINANCE Thomas P. Carson SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE GENERAL COUNSEL AND SECRETARY William A. Jones SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-LABOR RELATIONS Benjamin B. Kahane SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-STUDIO LEGAL AFFAIRS Nancy Niederman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION Mark Pedowitz SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-TELEVISION PRODUCTION Christopher Seitz VICE PRESIDENT-VIDEOTAPE OPERATIONS Dee Baker VICE PRESIDENT AND CONTROLLER Kathleen Coughlan VICE PRESIDENT-ADMINISTRATION Leslie H. Frends VICE PRESIDENT-NETWORK PRIMETIME SERIES PROGRAM- MING Susan Harbert VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER Walter C. Hoffer VICE PRESIDENT-CURRENT PROGRAMMING Ron Levinson VICE PRESIDENT-FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION Thomas Malanga VICE PRESIDENT-POST PRODUCTION Bruce Pobjoy VICE PRESIDENT-ADVERTISING, AND PUBLICITY Kim Reed VICE PRESIDENT-CREATIVE AFFAIRS Jeff Ryder VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AFFAIRS Lorna Shepherd VICE PRESIDENT-TALENT CASTING Mary Jo Slater VICE PRESIDENT-TAXES Daniel J. Taylor VICE PRESIDENT-PRODUCTION Ron Von Schimmelmann BOARD OF DIRECTORS Fred Benninger, David Gerber, Frank Rothman, Sidney H. Sapsowitz, Walter M. Sharp, Stephen D. Silbert EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE David Gerber, Sidney H. Sapsowitz, Stephen D. Silbert MGM/UA TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC. CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Sidney H. Sapsowitz SENIOR EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Randolph Blocky EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-DOMESTIC TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION Richard Cignarelli EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION & WORLDWIDE PAY TELEVISION Anthony J. Lynn EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Kenin M. Spivak SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-FINANCE Thomas P. Carson SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE GENERAL COUNSEL AND SECRETARY William A. Jones SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-STUDIO LEGAL AFFAIRS Nancy Niederman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-RESEARCH Jack Smith SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION Bernie Vanderfin VICE PRESIDENT-PAY TELEVISION Joseph Abrams VICE PRESIDENT-EASTERN DIVISION Charles Atkins VICE PRESIDENT AND CONTROLLER Kathleen Coughlan PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AFFAIRS Myron Dubow VICE PRESIDENT-INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION Marion Edwards VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AFFAIRS Rick Gire VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER Walter C. Hoffer VICE PRESIDENT-MIDWESTERN DIVISION Robert Horen VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AFFAIRS William E. Josey VICE PRESIDENT-FIRST RUN PRODUCTION Mark Massari VICE PRESIDENT-WESTERN DIVISION Peter Preis VICE PRESIDENT-SOUTHEASTERN DIVISION Philip Smith VICE PRESIDENT-TAXES Daniel J. Taylor VICE PRESIDENT-SALES-EUROPE (Foreign TV syndication division) James R. Wills VICE PRESIDENT-TELEVISION SALES-CANADA William E Wineberg MTM Enterprises, Inc Radford Avenue, Studio City, CA 91604; (818) Organized (TV program production) PRESIDENT Arthur Price SENIOR EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Mel D. Blumenthal PRESIDENT, TELEVISION Peter Grad Magno Sound & Video 729 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10019; (212) (Full production services) PRESIDENT Ralph Friedman VICE PRESIDENT Robert Friedman VICE PRESIDENT David Friedman National Broadcasting Co., Inc. 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10112; (212) Registered Telegraphic Address: NAT-BROCAST, NY; West Coast: 3000 W. Alameda Blvd., Burbank, CA 91523; (818) CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, NBC, INC. John E. Welch, Jr. PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Robert C. Wright EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Alfred E Barber PRESIDENT, NBC ENTERTAINMENT Brandon Tartikoff PRESIDENT, NBC TELEVISION NETWORK Pierson Mapes PRESIDENT OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL SERVICES Michael Sherlock PRESIDENT, NBC TELEVISION STATIONS Albert Jerome PRESIDENT, NBC NEWS Michael Gartner PRESIDENT, NBC SPORTS Dick Ebersol EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT & SENIOR COUNSEL TO THE PRESIDENT Corydon Dunham EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT PERSONNEL AND LABOR RELATIONS Edward L. Scanlon SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS Betty Hudson 403

89 SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT BUSINESS AFFAIRS AND EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, NBC PRODUCTIONS & NBC TV NETWORK BUSINESS AFFAIRS John Agoglia EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Arthur Watson NBC Entertainment PRESIDENT Brandon Tartikoff EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, PRIME -LIME PROGRAMS Warren Littlefield VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM PRODUCTION Perry Massey, Jr. SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, MOTION PICTURES FOR TV & MINI SERIES, NBC ENTERTAINMENT & NBC PRODUCTIONS Anthony Masucci SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, NBC ENTERTAINMENT John Miller VICE PRESIDENT, NBC ENTERTAINMENT & NBC PRODUCTIONS Susan Beckett VICE PRESIDENT, MINI-SERIES Ruth Slawson SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, EAST COAST, PROGRAM AND PROGRAM PLANNING Lee Currlin SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, SERIES PROGRAMS Perry Simon VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMS, EAST COAST David Wedeck VICE PRESIDENT, COMEDY DEVELOPMENT Leslie Laurie VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT & CASTING Lori Openden VICE PRESIDENT, ON-AIR PROMOTION John Luma VICE PRESIDENT, CHILDREN'S AND FAMILY PROGRAMS Phyllis Vinson VICE PRESIDENT, SPECIALS AND VARIETY PROGRAMS Richard Ludwin VICE PRESIDENT, DAYTIME PROGRAMS Jacqueline Smith VICE PRESIDENT. FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION CONTROL, WEST COAST Joseph Cicero VICE PRESIDENT, DRAMA DEVELOPMENT Dan Filie VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT COMEDY PROGRAMS Ted Frank VICE PRESIDENT DAYTIME DRAMA Susan Lee VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT DRAMA PROGRAMS Brian Pike VICE PRESIDENT, FILM PRODUCTION Charles Goldstein VICE PRESIDENT, ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTION & FINANCE Timothy Quealy VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM & MEDIA PLANNING Paul Wang NBC Cable & Business Development PRESIDENT Thomas Rogers VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING Susan Greene VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER J. B. Holston PRESIDENT CONSUMER NEWS & BUSINESS CHANNEL (CNBC) Michael Eskridge SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, REGIONAL NEWS Thomas Wolzien NBC Network PRESIDENT, NBC-TV NETWORK Pierson Mapes EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, NBC-TV NETWORK Robert Blackmore VICE PRESIDENT, PART PROGRAM SALES Ron Dobson SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, NATIONAL SALES Larry Hoffmer VICE PRESIDENT, DAYTIME & SPECIALS SALES Diane Seamans VICE PRESIDENT, EASTERN SALES Richard Plastine VICE PRESIDENT, NETWORK MARKETING Alan Cohen VICE PRESIDENT, SPORTS SALES AND MARKETING James Bumette VICE PRESIDENT, OLYMPIC SALES AND MARKETING Bert Zeldin VICE PRESIDENT, WEST COAST AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS SALES Carl Meyer VICE PRESIDENT, PLANNING AND PRICING William Caulfield VICE PRESIDENT, CLIENT MARKETING Ronald Kos VICE PRESIDENT NETWORK SERVICES Jean Dietz VICE PRESIDENT NETWORK OPERATIONS Richard Quackenboss VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM STANDARDS & MARKETING POLICY Alan Gierson VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH Robert Niles VICE PRESIDENT, CENTRAL AND NATIONAL FIELD SALES Richard Schade VICE PRESIDENT, DETROIT SALES John Spain Jr. VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE RELATIONS AND OPERATIONS John Damiano VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE ADMINISTRATION & SERVICES James Ritter VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE RELATIONS, OPERATIONS WITH AFFILIATE MARKETING William Fouch VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION SERVICES-ENTERTAINMENT DIVISION Martha Stanville VICE PRESIDENT, SPECIAL PROMOTION PROJECTS- ENTERTAINMENT DIVISION Charles Stepner Legal EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL COUNSEL Richard Cotton VICE PRESIDENT, NBC LAW Ellen S. Agress VICE PRESIDENT, GOVERNMENT RELATIONS Terence Mahony VICE PRESIDENT, LAW, NEW YORK Steve Slander VICE PRESIDENT, LAW, WEST COAST Don Zachary VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM INFORMATION RESOURCES Bettye Hoffman VICE PRESIDENT NEWS MARKETING & NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Theresa Byrne DIRECTOR, NEWS OPERATIONS Robert Keyes MANAGING DIRECTOR, NEWS PRODUCTION & TECHNICAL SERVICES Thomas Wolzien VICE PRESIDENT, BROADCAST STANDARDS, EAST COAST, PROGRAM STANDARDS & COMMUNITY RELATIONS Lois Weinman News Division PRESIDENT, NBC NEWS Michael Gartner SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT WASHINGTON Timothy J. Russert SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT NEWS Thomas Ross SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Joseph Angotti VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE AND ADMIN. Natalie Parks Hunter Operations & Technical Services PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS & TECHNICAL SERVICES Michael Sherlock VICE PRESIDENT, ENGINEERING Steve Bonica VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL SERVICES, WEST COAST Crawford McGill 404

90 VICE PRESIDENT, FACILITIES AND SERVICES, WEST COAST (vacant) VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION OPERATIONS Frank Accarrino VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS SYSTEMS SOFTWARE Eric Koopmann VICE PRESIDENT, SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT Rachele Lowenbraun VICE PRESIDENT, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SERVICES Maurice Greenfield VICE PRESIDENT, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SERVICES, WEST COAST Gerald Reeves VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION, WEST COAST John O'Neill, Jr. VICE PRESIDENT, FACILITIES AND SERVICES Anthony Pedalino VICE PRESIDENT, BROADCAST OPERATIONS Dave Baylor Personnel & Labor Relations EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, EMPLOYEE RELATIONS, NBC Edward L. Scanlon VICE PRESIDENT, EMPLOYEE RELATIONS, WEST COAST Wayne Rickert VICE PRESIDENT, LABOR RELATIONS, WEST COAST Bernard Gehan Corporate Communications VICE PRESIDENT CORPORATE AND MEDIA RELATIONS Elizabeth Hudson VICE PRESIDENT CORPORATE INFORMATION, WEST COAST Jay Rodriguez VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT RELATIONS & MEDIA SERVICES, WEST COAST Kathleen 'Ricci VICE PRESIDENT MEDIA RELATIONS, EAST COAST Curtis Block VICE PRESIDENT, MEDIA RELATIONS, WEST COAST Sue Binford VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE AFFAIRS Victor Garvey VICE PRESIDENT, ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION John Miller VICE PRESIDENT, ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION, EAST COAST Tim Miller VICE PRESIDENT, PRINT ADVERTISING Jenness Brewer VICE PRESIDENT, ON-AIR PROMOTION John Luma VICE PRESIDENT, AFFILIATE ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION SERVICES Martha Stanville VICE PRESIDENT, SPECIAL PROMOTION PROJECTS Charles Stepner Sports PRESIDENT Dick Ebersol EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Kenneth Schanzer SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, OLYMPICS Randy Falco VICE PRESIDENT PROGRAM PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT Jonathan Miller VICE PRESIDENT SPORTS NEGOTIATIONS Bertram Zeldin VICE PRESIDENT, SPORTS NEGOTIATIONS Jeff Cokin VICE PRESIDENT OPERATIONS Kenneth Aagaard Television Business Affairs EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, NBC-TV BUSINESS AFFAIRS John Agoglia VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM ACQUISITIONS Joseph Bures VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS, PRIMETIME PROGRAMS Gary Newman VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Leigh Brecheen VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM AND TALENT CONTRACTS Jay Goldberg VICE PRESIDENT, STRATEGIC PLANNING Barbara Watson Television Stations PRESIDENT NBC TELEVISION STATIONS Albert Jerome VICE PRESIDENT FINANCE AND OPERATIONS Robert Finnerty VICE PRESIDENT TV OPERATIONS AND ENGINEERING Duffy Sasser II VICE PRESIDENT, SALES Bud Hirsch VICE PRESIDENT, SPOT SALES James Zafiros VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, WMAQ-TV Robert Morse VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, KNBC-TV John Rohrbeck VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, WKYC-TV John Llewellyn VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, WNBC-TV Carl Carey VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, WRC-TV Allan Horlick VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, WTVJ Richard Lobo PRESIDENT AND GENREAL MANAGER, KCNC Roger Ogden NBC Productions PRESIDENT, NBC PRODS. Brandon Tartikoff EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, NBC PRODS. John Agoglia SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, NBC PRODS. Don Loughery VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION OPERATIONS Gary Considine VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION, NBC PRODS. William Phillips VICE PRESIDENT, MEDIA PLANNING, NBC PRODS. Gene Walsh VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE AFFAIRS, NBC PRODS. Brian Frong VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE, NBC PRODS. Gerard Petry New World Entertainment 1440 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, 90025; (213) ; Telex.: NWLSA; FAX: (213) (Producer and distributor.) PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Edward B. Gradinger PRESIDENT, NEW WORLD TELEVISION Jon Feltheimer EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT George Reeves EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Robert A. Stern VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATION James Walsh NEW WORLD TELEVISION SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE AFFAIRS Michael Levine SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, MOVIES & MINISERIES Helen Vemo SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION Lorin Salob VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMS Lea Stalmaster VICE PRESIDENT, PRIMETIME SERIES Eric Tannenbaum VICE PRESIDENT, POST PRODUCTION Larry Levin VICE PRESIDENT, SPECIAL PROJECTS & MEDIA RELATIONS Justin Pierce DIRECTOR, MOVIES & MINISERIES Stacy Smith -Ehrenhalt DIRECTOR OF PRODUCTION & BUDGETS AI d'ossche 405

91 DIRECTOR, POST PRODUCTION Sid Mandell ASSOC. DIRECTOR, SERIES DEVELOPMENT Helene Michaels NEW WORLD BUSINESS & LEGAL AFFAIRSIFINANCE VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL AFFAIRS & NWE SECRETARY James Zemelman VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Neil Shenker VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Honi Almond VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Sandra Stern CONTROLLER Barbara Frischer PRODUCTION CONTROLLER John Janisch DIRECTOR, MUSIC BUSINESS AFFAIRS Margaret Rogers NEW WORLD MARKETING/PUBLICITY/ ADVERTISING/PROMOTION VICE PRESIDENT, ADVERTISING Gloria Lamont VICE PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL PUBLICITY & PROMOTION Jerry Zanitsch DIRECTOR, ADVERTISING Nanea Reeves MANAGER, PUBLICITY & PROMOTION Renee Madrigal NEW WORLD INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT Jim McNamara MANAGING DIRECTOR Ray Donahue DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL SALES Thea Diserio DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL SERVICING Esther Kho DIRECTOR, CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION Teresa Lee DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL SALES Christy Smith NEW WORLD DOMESTIC DISTRIBUTION PRESIDENT Tony Brown V.P. NATIONAL SALES MGR. Joe Middelburg V.P., DIVISIONAL SALES MGR. Tony Fasola V.P., DIVISIONAL SALES MGR. Robert Greenstein REGIONAL SALES MANAGER Frank L. Browne REGIONAL SALES MANAGER Sandy Lang DIRECTOR OF SALES SERVICE Dorothy Hamilton DIRECTOR, ANCILLARY & DOMESTIC SYNDICATION, POST PRODUCTION Ronald Smith DIRECTOR OF SERVICING George Gale MARVEL PRODUCTIONS PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Margaret Loesch VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION James Graziano LEARNING CORPORATION OF AMERICA CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Robert C. Peters PRESIDENT B. Donald Greene SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Lance Thompson FOUR STAR INTERNATIONAL Orion Home Entertainment Corporation 711 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10022: (212) CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Lawrence B. Hilford EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT William Bernstein SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL COUNSEL AND SECRETARY Leonard B. Pack SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR BUSINESS AFFAIRS Robert A. Mirisch SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CFO & TREASURER Edwin L. Schwartz VICE PRESIDENT FOR BUSINESS AFFAIRS Kimberle A. Aronzon VICE PRESIDENT, CHIEF ACCOUNTING OFFICER Lawrence Bernstein ASSISTANT SECRETARY John W. Hester ASSISTANT TREASURER Richards T. Matthews ORION TELEVISION, ENTERTAINMENT (A division of Orion Pictures Corporation.) 1888 Century Park E., Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECTIVE OFFICER Gary Nardino PRESIDENT OF PRODUCTION Gary A. Randall PRESIDENT DOMESTIC TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION J. Scott Towle SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT DOMESTIC TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION Thomas Cerio SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT DOMESTIC TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION Larry R. Hutchings SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL AFFAIRS Robert A. Mirisch SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS, LEGAL AND FINANCE Irwin Moss SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Stanley Neufeld SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT PRODUCTION, COMEDY Richard A. Rosen SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT PRODUCTION Jeffrey Wachtel VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Douglass Bergmann VICE PRESIDENT, POST PRODUCTION Mick McAfee VICE PRESIDENT, ADVERTISING, PUBLICITY & PROMOTION Robert Oswaks VICE PRESIDENT PRODUCTION, FIRST RUN SYNDICATION, DAYTIME & LATE NIGHT Robert I. Sanitsky VICE PRESIDENT AND CONTROLLER Steven C. Smith VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL AFFAIRS Debra Stasson ORION TELEVISION SYNDICATION (A Division of Orion Pictures Corporation) 1888 Century Park East, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) Branches: 400 Perimeter Center Terrace, Atlanta, GA 30346; 625 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL PRESIDENT J. Scott Towle SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, NATIONAL SALES MANAGER Thomas Cerio SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, SALES AND MARKETING Larry P. Hutchings SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Robert A. Mirisch VICE PRESIDENT-CENTRAL DIVISION Donald Frehe VICE PRESIDENT ADMINISTRATION/LEGAL AFFAIRS, EAST COAST Ralph E. Goldberg VICE PRESIDENT-EASTERN DIVISION Arthur Hasson VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS Kathy Haynsworth 406

92 VICE PRESIDENT-WESTERN DIVISION Stephen Mulderrig VICE PRESIDENT ADVERTISING, PUBLICITY & PROMOTION Robert Oswaks VICE PRESIDENT-SOUTHERN DIVISION Timothy Richard Overmyer VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH Richard Zimmer Paramount Television Group (A Division of Paramount Pictures Corporation) 5555 Melrose, Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10023; (212) TELEVISION GROUP PRESIDENT Mel Harris SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Alan Cole -Ford VICE PRESIDENT, CONTROLLER Mark Lebowitz VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS Philip Murphy VICE PRESIDENT, PLANNING Jack Waterman DOMESTIC TELEVISION DIVISION PRESIDENT Lucille Salhany EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, SALES & MARKETING Steven Goldman EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMMING Frank Kelly EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL SALES MANAGER R. Gregory Meidel SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, ADVERTISING & PROMOTION Meryl Cohen SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS/FINANCE Robert Sheehan SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Vance Scott Van Petten VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL AFFAIRS Thomas Fortuin VICE PRESIDENT, OFF -NETWORK, FEATURES & CABLE SALES Joel Berman VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATION, SALES/CONTRACTS Howard Green VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMMING Carlotte Koppe VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION Clifford Lachman VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH & SALES DEVELOPMENT Jim Martz VICE PRESIDENT, WESTERN REGIONAL MANAGER Dick Montgomery VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE AFFAIRS Steven Nalevansky VICE PRESIDENT, CENTRAL REGIONAL MANAGER Gerald Noonan VICE PRESIDENT, SOUTHERN REGIONAL MANAGER AI Rothstein VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION Jack Wartlieb VICE PRESIDENT, EASTERN REGIONAL MANAGER R. Edward Wilson NETWORK TELEVISION DIVISION PRESIDENT John Pike EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Cecelia Andrews EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE AFFAIRS John Symes SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL AFFAIRS Howard Barton SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, DEVELOPMENT Paul J. Heller VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE Gerald Goldman VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Ronald Jacobson VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT & CASTING Helen Mossier VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION Michael Schoenbrun INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION DIVISION (Bermuda) PRESIDENT Bruce Gordon VICE PRESIDENT, EUROPEAN SALES Peter Cary VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS Joseph Lucas VICE PRESIDENT, FAR EAST SALES George Mooratoff VICE PRESIDENT, TV SALES, CANADA Malcolm Orme VICE PRESIDENT, LATIN AMERICA SALES Ramon Perez INTERNATIONAL SALES OFFICES ENGLAND: Paramount TV Ltd., 23 Berkeley House, Hay Hill, London, WIX 8J13, England. VICE PRESIDENT, EUROPEAN SALES Peter Cary AUSTRALIA: Paramount Pictures Pty., Ltd., Suite 3209, Australia Square, Box 4272 GPO, Sydney, 2001, N.S.W. Australia. VICE PRESIDENT, FAR EAST SALES George Mooratoff CANADA: Paramount Pictures Corp. Ltd., 146 Bloor Street W., Toronto, Ontario M5S IM4, Canada. VICE PRESIDENT, TV SALES, CANADA Malcolm Orme LOS ANGELES: VICE PRESIDENT, LATIN AMERICA Ramon Perez Public Broadcasting Service DC Office: 1320 Braddock Place, Alexandria, VA ; (703) ; New York Office: 1790 Broadway, New York, NY ; (212) ; Los Angeles office: 4401 Sunset Blvd., Suite 335, Los Angeles, CA 90027; (213) (A private non-profit corporation providing national programming, distribution, and related services for public TV stations.) CHAIRMAN, PBS BOARD OF DIRECTORS Ted R. Capener PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Bruce L. Christensen EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT & CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Neil B. Maitre SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, EDUCATION Dee Brock SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM SUPPORT GROUP Peter Downey SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL COUNSEL & CORPORATE SECRETARY Paula A. Jameson SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BROADCAST OPERATIONS & ENGINEERING Howard Miller SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATION & COMPUTER SERVICES & PERSONNEL Eric L. Sass SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, DEVELOPMENT Michael B. Soper SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER & TREASURER Beth Wolfe SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, NATIONAL PROGRAMMING & PROMOTION SERVICES vacant SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, POLICY AND PLANNING Michael E. Hobbs VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION Lance W. Ozier VICE PRESIDENT, DEPUTY GENERAL COUNSEL & ASSISTANT CORPORATE SECRETARY Nancy Hendry VICE PRESIDENT, SATELLITE TECHNOLOGY Carlos Girod VICE PRESIDENT, PROMOTION & ADVERTISING Susan Fergenson Petroff 407

93 VICE PRESIDENT, NATIONAL PROGRAMMING & PROMOTION SERVICES Daniel C. Agan VICE PRESIDENT, PBS PROGRAMMING Barry O. Chase Quanta, Ltd. P.O. Box 13, Springfield, VA 22150; (703) (British television and video production company specializing in interpreting and science and technology to general audiences.) U.S. REPRESENTATIVE W. G. WILLIAMS Rank Cintel Inc. (Marketing of telecine equipment) PO Box 710, 704 Executive Blvd., Valley Cottage, NY , USA; (914) ; FAX: (914) EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Colin Brown Rank Precision Industries RANK CINTEL LTD. (Manufacturer of telecine equipment for broadcast and film/tape transfer) Watton Road, Ware, Hertfordshire SC12 OAE. Tel ; Telex: 81415; FAX: GENERAL MANAGER Jack R. Brittain RANK TAYLOR HOBSON LTD. (Manufacturer of precision measurement equipment, professional cine lenses.) P.O. Box 36, 1 New Star Road, Thurmaston Lane, Leicester LE3 7JQ. Tel: (Leicester) ; Telex: MANAGING DIRECTOR Christopher Waldron RANK PRECISION INDUSTRIES GmbH (West German Office) (Marketing of telecine equipment and motion picture camera lenses) Postfach 4827, Kreuzberger Ring Wiesbaden, West Germany; Tel: ; Telex: ; FAX: GESCHAFTSFUHRER H -U Rathgeber RANK PRECISION INDUSTRIES S.p.A. (Italian Office) (Marketing of telecine equipment and motion picture camera lenses) Via Vassallo 31, Milan, Italy; Tel: ; Telex: ; FAX: DIRECTOR AND GENERAL MANAGER A. Resasco RANK PRECISION INDUSTRIES MARKETING Ges.m.b.H. (Austrian Office) (Marketing of telecine equipment) Amalienstrasse 68, A-1130 Wien -Austria; Tel: ; FAX: GESCHAFTSFUHRER Eric Pelz RANK TAYLOR HOBSON K.K. (Japanese Office) (Marketing of professional cine lenses) Kokudokan Buildings, 9-13, 4-chome, Chuo-Ku, Ginza, Tokyo 336, Japan; Tel: ; Telex: ; FAX: PRESIDENT K. Fujimoto International Division STRAND LIGHTING, INC. (Marketing of lighting and lighting control equipment) Santa Fe Ave., Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221; (213) ; FAX: (213) ; Telex: PRESIDENT Tom Sullivan STRAND LIGHTING LTD. (U.K. Office) (Manufacturer of lighting and lighting control equipment) Grant Way, Off Syon Lane, Isleworth, Middx: TW7 5QD. Tel: ; Telex: 27976; FAX: MANAGING DIRECTOR Oliver Hartreee STRAND LIGHTING PTY. LTD. (Australian Office) (Marketing of lighting and lighting control equipment) Normanby Road, South Melbourne, Victoria 3205, Australia; Tel: ; FAX: ; Telex: GENERAL MANAGER I. Haddon STRAND LIGHTING CANADA LIMITED (Canadian Office) (Marketing of lighting and lighting control equipment) 6490 Viscount Road, Mississauga, Ont. L4V 1H3, Canada; (416) ; Telex: ; FAX: PRESIDENT Mrs. D. Appleton STRAND LIGHTING FRANCE S.A. (French Office) (Marketing of lighting and lighting control equipment) 26 Villa des Fleurs, Courbevoie, France; Tel: ; FAX: ; Telex: GENERAL MANAGER B. Bouchet STRAND LIGHTING ASIA LIMITED (Hong Kong Office) (Marketing of lighting and lighting control equipment) 802 Houston Centre, 63 Mody Road, Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong; Tel: ; Telex: ; FAX: MANAGING DIRECTOR P O'Donnel STRAND LIGHTING S.p.A. (Italian Office) (Marketing of lighting and lighting control equipment) Roma, 80 Via Cermenati, Italy; Tel: ; FAX: MANAGING DIRECTOR A. Rossi 408

94 STRAND LIGHTING GmbH (West German Office) (Marketing of lighting and lighting control equipment) P.O. Box 4449, 3300 Braunschweig, West Germany; Tel: ; Telex: 95641; FAX: GENERAL MANAGER H.J. Fritz Republic Pictures Corporation Beatrice St., Los Angeles, CA ; (213) ; FAX: (213) CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Russell Goldsmith PRESIDENT Charles W. Larsen SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Stephen P. Beeks VICE PRESIDENT-ACQUISITIONS Mel Layton VICE PRESIDENT & CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER David Kirchheimer SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, HOME VIDEO, SALES & MARKETING Vallery Kountze SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL SALES Joe Levinsohn EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Laurie Levit VICE PRESIDENT-MARKETING Glenn Ross VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AFFAIRS & LEGAL Richard Kurshner CANADA: Kaleidoscope Entertainment, Inc./Randy Zalken, pies., 101 Duncan Mill Road, Suite 102, Don Mills, Ontario, M3B IZ3. UNITED KINGDOM & SELECTED PORTIONS OF WESTERN EU- ROPE: TV Programmes International, Ltd./Bernard Shaw, sales repr., 21 Cherry Garden Lane, Folkestone, Kent, England. Telephone: , Telex: SHAW TV. GREECE AND BALKANS: 46 King Constantine Ave./Panos Spyropoulos, sales repr., Athens, 516 Greece. Telephone: / ; Telex: APOL GR. TURKEY: Umut Sanat Urunleri/Seher Karabol, sales repr., Istiklal Caddesi Laie Han No. 87/6, Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey. Telephone: / , Tblex: BOTX TR. AUSTRIA: Post Box 192, Postamt 1140, Vienna, Austria, Mounir J. Chammas, sales rep. Sony Corp. of America One Sony Dr., Park Ridge, NJ 07656; (201) (Set manufacturer) PRESIDENT, SONY CORP. OF AMERICA Neil Vander Dussen PRESIDENT, SONY COMMUNICATIONS PRODUCTS CO. Richard Wheeler PRESIDENT, SONY MAGNETIC PRODUCTS COMPANY John Bermingham PRESIDENT, SONY PERSONAL AUDIO PRODUCTS CO. Marnix Van Gemert PRESIDENT, SONY AUDIO COMPONENT SYSTEMS CO. Martin Homlisch PRESIDENT, SONY CONSUMER VIDEO PRODUCTS CO. John Briesch (acting) PRESIDENT, SONY CONSUMER DISPLAY PRODUCTS CO. James Palumbo PRESIDENT, SONY CONSUMER SALES CO. Thomas Harvey PRESIDENT, SONY CONSUMER PRODUCTS GROUP John Briesch PRESIDENT, SONY ADVANCED SYSTEMS CO. William Connolly PRESIDENT, SONY TECH. & ENGINEERING CO. Harry Taxin PRESIDENT, SONY VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS CO. Donald Haight PRESIDENT, SONY PERIPHERAL SYSTEMS CO. Mark Gray PRESIDENT, SONY DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS CO. Shinichi Takagi Thomson Consumer Electronics, Inc. P.O. Box 1976, Indianapolis, IN 46206; (317) (RCA/GE set manufacturer.) PRESIDENT & CEO Joseph Fogiano SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT D. Joseph Donahue VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING Marin Holleran Twentieth Television Corporation P.O. Box 900, Beverly Hills, CA 90213; (213) A division of Fox Film Corp. TELEVISION DIVISION PRESIDENT, TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX TELEVISION DIVISION Jonathan Dolgen TELEVISION PRODUCTION PRESIDENT, TELEVISION PRODUCTION Harris L. Katleman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION AND FINANCE Charles Goldstein SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE AFFAIRS Stuart Sheslow SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Larry Jones VICE PRESIDENT, TELEVISION POST-PRODUCTION Edward Nassour VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE AFFAIRS Stephen Gelber VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Bob Gros VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS David Robinson VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Pamela Wisne VICE PRESIDENT, TAPE PRODUCTION Joel Hornstock VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL AFFAIRS Walter Swanson DOMESTIC SYNDICATION PRESIDENT, DOMESTIC SYNDICATION Michael J. Lambert SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATION AND OPERATIONS, TELEVISION OPERATIONS Leonard J. Grossi SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, SALES, DEVELOPMENT AND FEATURE FILM PLANNING Joseph Greene SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, SALES, EASTERN DIVISION Daniel Greenblatt SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, SALES, WESTERN DIVISION Anthony Bauer VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Benson H. Begun SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE SERVICES Fred Bierman VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH Steve Leblang VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATIVE AND STRATEGIC PLANNING Jennifer Fate VICE PRESIDENT, WESTERN DIVISION John J. Campagnolo SALES EXECUTIVE WESTERN DIVISION Timothy Mudd VICE PRESIDENT, MIDWEST SALES Matthew E. Jacobson VICE PRESIDENT, SOUTHEASTERN DIVISION Michael Newsom VICE PRESIDENT, SOUTHWESTERN DIVISION Vic Zimmerman DIRECTOR, DOMESTIC SALES AND CLEARANCES Barbara Van Buskirk DIRECTOR, CREATIVE SERVICES J. Mathy Simon INTERNATIONAL SYNDICATION EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL SYNDICATION William Saunders 409

95 VICE PRESIDENT, AUSTRALIA AND FAR EAST TERRITORIES Peter Broome VICE PRESIDENT, LATIN AMERICA Elie Wahba VICE PRESIDENT, TELEVISION SALES-EUROPE Malcolm Vaughan SALES MANAGER, MEXICO Gustavo Montaudon SALES MANAGER, LONDON Steve Cornish SALES MANAGER, FRANCE Gilles Meunier VIDEO AND PAY TELEVISION SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, VIDEO AND PAY TELEVISION Jim Griffiths VICE PRESIDENT, PAY TV WORLDWIDE Doug Lee VICE PRESIDENT, WORLDWIDE NON -THEATRICAL SALES Sam Weinstein BRANCH OFFICES NEW YORK: 40 W. 57 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; Joseph Greene, sr. v.p., domestic syndication; Ted Baker, Northeastern division sls. mgr. Harry Mulford, v,p, nad. sls. CHICAGO: 35 E. Wacker Dr., Suite 1234, Chicago, Illinois 60601; (312) ; Dennis Juravic, central division v.p. DALLAS: Forest Central Dr., Suite 300, Dallas, Texas 75243; (214) ; Al Shore, southwestern division v.p. ATLANTA: 2200 Century Parkway, Suite 560, Atlanta, Georgia 30345; (404) ; Michael Newson, southeastern division V.P. LOS ANGELES: Box 900, Beverly Hills, California 90213; (213) ; Tony Bauer, western division v.p. FOREIGN SALES OFFICES: Twentieth Century -Fox France, Inc., 114 Rue la Boetie, 75008, Paris, France. Gilles Meunier, sales mgr. Twentieth Century -Fox Film Company, Ltd., Soho Square, London, WIV 6AP, England. Malcolm Vaughn, vice president, United Kingdom, Europe Middle/Near East and Africa. Stephen Cornish, sls. mgr. Twentieth Century -Fox Film Corp. (Australia), P.O. Box Q301, Queen Victoria Building, Sydney 2000, Australia. Peter Broome, vice president, Australia Far East. Paul Herbert, sls. mgr. Twentieth Century -Fox Far East, Inc., Fukide Building, I-13 Toranomon 4, Chome Minato -Ku, Tokyo 105, Japan. Goro Uzaki tv sls. rep. Fox Interamericana, S.A., Apartado , Mexico, D.F Gustavo Montaudon, sls. mgr. Fox Film do Brazil, S.A.-TV Division, Rua Dr. Costa Jr. 230 C.E.P., São Paulo, Brazil. Elie Wahba, v.p., latin America. Universal Television (A division of Universal City Studios Inc, a subsidiary of MCA Inc.) Universal City Studios, Universal City, CA 91608; (213) (Producer of TV programs) PRESIDENT, UNIVERSAL TELEVISION Kerry McCluggage EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATION Ed Masket EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT IN CHARGE OF PRODUCTION Earl Bellamy EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE AFFAIRS Richard Lindheim VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMMING Garrett Hart SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, DRAMATIC & LONGFORM PROGRAMMING Charmaine Balian VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLICITY, PROMOTION AND ADVERTISING Robert Crutchfield VICE PRESIDENT, TELEVISION CASTING Joan Sittenfield SUPERVISING DIRECTOR, TV CASTING Ron Stephenson VICE PRESIDENT, COMEDY DEVELOPMENT Brad Johnson VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Paul Miller VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Arnold Shane VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT DEVELOPMENT & ACQUISITIONS Pete Terranova VICE PRESIDENT, TELEVISION PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Ralph Sariego Univision Holdings, Inc. 330 Madison Ave., 26th floor, New York, NY 10017; (212) ; FAX: (212) (Producers of Spanish - language programming for television; has 450 satellite interconnected TV affiliates and 6 non -connected TV affiliates.) PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER J. William Grimes VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Andy Goldman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Blaine Decker Univision Network 767 Fifth Avenue, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10153; Tel: (212) ; FAX: (212) PRESIDENT Joaquin F. Blaya SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING SERVICES Emma J. Carrasco VICE PRESIDENT, NETWORK SALES MANAGER Raul Torano VICE PRESIDENT, NETWORK SPOT SALES MANAGER Peter Von Gal VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR OF MARKETING Karen Anderson VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH Doug Darfield VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Tony Oquendo VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMMING Rosita Peru VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR OF NEWS Guillermo Martinez VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EVENTS Omar Marchant UNIVISION REGIONAL SALES OFFICES 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 1130, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) ; FAX: (213) ; Philip Wilkinson, sales mgr Main St., Suite 590, Irvine, CA 92714; (714) ; FAX: (714) ; Hilary Dubin, sales mgr. One Magnificent Mile, Suite 1120, Chicago, IL ; (312) : FAX: (312) ; Brian Pussilano, sales mgr. 550 Biltmore Way, Suite 760, Coral Gables, FL 33134; (305) ; FAX: (305) ; Barry Kandel, sales mgr. 600 E. Las Colinas Blvd., Suite 348, Irving, TX 75039; (214) ; FAX: (214) ; Marty Dugan, sales mgr. 601 Montgomery St., Suite 2015, San Francisco, CA 94111; (415) ; FAX: (415) ; Cynthia Saucedo, sales mgr Telegraph Rd., Suite 3640, Birmingham, MI 48010; (313) ; FAX: (313) ; Chris Roman, sales mgr. Viacom Inc. Viacom International Inc Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036; (212) (Viacom International Inc. is a diversified entertainment and communications company with five principal operating segments: Viacom Cable, Viacom Networks, Viacom Entertainment, Viacom Broadcasting and Viacom Pictures.) (Viacom Inc., the holding company parent of Viacom International Inc., is an approximately 83% subsidiary of National Amusements, Inc., a closely held corporation which owns and operates approximately 520 movie screens in 14 states and the United Kingdom.) CORPORATE AND DIVISIONAL OFFICERS CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Summer M. Redstone PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Frank J. Biondi, Jr. 410

96 SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-CORPORATE RELATIONS Raymond A. Boyce SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION; CHAIRMAN/VIACOM PICTURES Neil S. Braun CHAIRMAN AND CEO/SHOWTIME NETWORKS INC. Winston H. (Tony) Cox VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER Thomas E. Dooley CHAIRMAN AND CEO/MTV NETWORKS Thomas E. Freston SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PRESIDENT AND CEO/VIACOM CABLE John W. Goddard SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Edward D. Horowitz SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Ira A. Korff VICE PRESIDENT, CONTROLLER AND CHIEF ACCOUNTING OFFICER Kevin C. Lavan VICE PRESIDENT-HUMAN RESOURCES AND ADMINISTRATION William A. Roskin SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CHAIRMAN AND CEO/VIACOM BROADCASTING AND VIACOM ENTERTAINMENT Henry S. Schleiff SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER George S. Smith, Jr. SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT. GENERAL COUNSEL AND SECRETARY Mark M. Weinstein FINANCE DEPARTMENT SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER George S. Smith, Jr. VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER Thomas E. Dooley VICE PRESIDENT-INTERNAL AUDIT Susan Gordon VICE PRESIDENT, CONTROLLER AND CHIEF ACCOUNTING OFFICER Kevin C. Lavan VICE PRESIDENT-MIS Thomas Mellina VICE PRESIDENT-TAX Walter Saffer LAW DEPARTMENT SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL COUNSEL AND SECRETARY Mark M. Weinstein EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-GENERAL COUNSEL/ NETWORKS GROUP Gregory J. Ricca VICE PRESIDENT-COUNSEUENTERTAINMENT Katherine A. Hogan VICE PRESIDENT-COUNSEL/CORPORATE Nancy Rosenfeld VICE PRESIDENT-COUNSEL/COMMUNICATIONS Edward N. Schor CORPORATE RELATIONS DEPARTMENT SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Raymond A. Boyce CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Neil S. Braun VICE PRESIDENT-HUMAN RESOURCES AND ADMINISTRATION William A. Roskin VICE PRESIDENT-PERSONNEL AND EMPLOYEE RELATIONS Patricia A. Ross VICE PRESIDENT-CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT Leslie Schine VICE PRESIDENT-FACILITIES MANAGEMENT Kenneth Sullivan VIACOM INTERNATIONAL INC. DIRECTOR-CORPORATE RELATIONS Hilary E. Condit VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER Thomas E. Dooley VICE PRESIDENT-PERSONNEL AND EMPLOYEE RELATIONS Patricia A. Ross VICE PRESIDENT-COUNSEL/CORPORATE Nancy Rosenfeld Viacom Entertainment CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Henry S. Schleiff EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, PRESIDENT/WEST COAST OPERATIONS Gus Lucas SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Robert S. 'Ricci VICE PRESIDENT-COUNSEL Katherine A. Hogan VICE PRESIDENT-PUBLIC RELATIONS Betsy Vorce DIRECTOR-HUMAN RESOURCES Cecelia Holloway VIACOM ENTERPRISES PRESIDENT Arthur Kananack PRESIDENT-ACQUISITIONS AND FIRST RUN PROGRAMMING Michael H. Gerber PRESIDENT-DOMESTIC SYNDICATION Joseph D. Zaleski EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-MARKETING Dennis Gillespie EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-SALES Paul Kalvin EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-INTERNATIONAL Raul Lefcovich SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-SALES, CENTRAL Dennis Emerson SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-SALES, SOUTH Frank Flanagan SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION Toby Martin SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-ANCILLARY RIGHTS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS Peter A. Newman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-OPERATIONS Eric Veale VIACOM PRODUCTIONS PRESIDENT Thomas Tannenbaum SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AFFAIRS Roger Kirman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-PRODUCTIONS Mike Moder VIACOM WORLD WIDE PRESIDENT Arthur Kananack VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT David Archer VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Judy Pless VIACOM ENTERTAINMENT-PRIMARY CONTACTS VICE PRESIDENT-PUBLIC RELATIONS Betsy Vorce DIRECTOR-HUMAN RESOURCES Cecelia Holloway VICE PRESIDENT-COUNSEL/ENTERTAINMENT Katherine A. Hogan Viacom Broadcasting CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Henry S. Schleiff SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PRESIDENT/TELEVISION DIVISION Francis P. Brady SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PRESIDENT/RADIO DIVISION William R. Figenshu SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Michael Keslo VICE PRESIDENT-PUBLIC RELATIONS Betsy Vorce VICE PRESIDENT-HUMAN RESOURCES Harrison Slaton VICE PRESIDENT-COUNSEL/COMMUNICATIONS Edward N. Schor Viacom Networks SHOWTIME NETWORKS INC. CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Winston H. (Tony) Cox PRESIDENTNIACOM NETWORK ENTERPRISES Ronald C. Bernard 411

97 PRESIDENT/SHOWTIME EVENT TELEVISION Scott Kurnit EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-MARKETING Matthew Blank EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-SALES, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND AFFILIATE MARKETING Jack Heim EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-GENERAL COUNSEL Gregory J. Ricca EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL MANAGER/ SHOWTIME SATELLITE NETWORKS INC. Stephen Schulte SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CFO Arthur G. Cooper SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-OPERATIONS Scott Davis SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-CREATIVE SERVICES Ann Foley -Plunkett SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-ORIGINAL PROGRAMS Steve Hewitt SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-AFFILIATE MARKETING Rick Howe SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-ORIGINAL PROGRAMS Gary Keeper SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-CORPORATE AFFAIRS McAdory Lipscomb, Jr. SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-PROGRAMS ACQUISITIONS AND PLANNING James Miller SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-SPECIAL MARKETS AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Matthew Riklin SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-BUSINESS AFFAIRS William Rogers SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-CONSUMER MARKETING Nora Ryan SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-ADMINISTRATION Dwight Tierney SHOWTIME NETWORKS INC.-PRIMARY CONTACTS DIRECTOR-CORPORATE AND INDUSTRY RELATIONS Nancy R. Glauberman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-ADMINISTRATION Dwight Tierney EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-GENERAL COUNSEL/ NETWORKS GROUP Gregory J. Ricca MTV NETWORKS CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Thomas E. Freston EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-CORPORATE AFFAIRS AND COMMUNICATIONS Marshall Cohen EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Sara Levinson EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-GENERAL COUNSEL Gregory J. Ricca SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-OPERATIONS Scott Davis SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-ADVERTISING SALES Douglas Greenlaw SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER James M. Shaw SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-ADMINISTRATION Dwight Tierney VICE PRESIDENT-HUMAN RESOURCES John Mulvey MTV: MUSIC TELEVISION PRESIDENT John D. Reardon EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER Lee Masters SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-MARKETING AND PROMOTION Robert Friedman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-PROGRAMS AND DEVELOPMENT Douglas Herzog SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-CREATIVE DIRECTOR Judith McGrath SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-AFFILIATE SALES AND MARKETING Mark Rosenthal SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-AFFILIATE SALES AND MARKETING John Shaker NICKELODEONINICK AT NITE PRESIDENT Geraldine Layboume SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-PROGRAMMING Deborah Beece SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-MARKETING Richard Cronin SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-PRODUCTION Geoffrey Darby VH-IIVIDEO HITS ONE PRESIDENT Edward A. Bennett VICE PRESIDENT Jeffrey Rowe VICE PRESIDENT-MARKETING Leslye Schaefer MTV NETWORKS-PRIMARY CONTACTS VICE PRESIDENT-CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS FOR PRESS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS Barry D. Kluger SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-ADMINISTRATION Dwight Tierney EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT-GENERAL COUNSEL/ NETWORKS GROUP Gregory J. Ricca Vlacom Cable PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER John W. Goddard SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-OPERATIONS REGION I Garrett J. Girvan SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-OPERATIONS REGION I Kurt E. Jorgensen VICE PRESIDENT-HUMAN RESOURCES Bruce Gillman CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER John Kopchik VIACOM CABLE-PRIMARY CONTACTS DIRECTOR-PUBLIC RELATIONS Peggy Keegan VICE PRESIDENT-HUMAN RESOURCES Bruce Gillman VICE PRESIDENT-COUNSEL/COMMUNICATIONS Edward N. Schor Viacom Pictures CHAIRMAN Neil S. Braun PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Frederick Schneier VICE PRESIDENT Barbara Title BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Sumner M. Redstone PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Frank J. Biondi, Jr. PARTNER, WINER AND ABRAMS George S. Abrams PARTNER, SHEARMAN AND STERLING Philippe P. Dauman CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, NATIONAL AMUSEMENTS, INC. Ira A. Korff TREASURER, NATIONAL AMUSEMENTS, INC. Jerome Magner CHAIRMAN, LODESTAR GROUP Kenneth H. Miller DEAN, BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW William Schwartz REGIONAL OFFICES New York: Viacom International Inc Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036; (212) Los Angeles: Viacom Enterprises, Viacom Productions, Viacom Entertainment Group, Viacom Pictures, 10 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608; (818) Atlanta: Viacom Enterprises, 400 Perimeter Center Terrace, Suite 982, Atlanta, GA 30346; (404) Chicago: Viacom Enterprises, 10 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 316, Chicago, IL 60606; (312) Dallas: Viacom Enterprises, 433 East Las Colinas Boulevard, Suite 1160, Irving, TX 75039; (214) Pleasanton: Viacom Cablevision (Headquarters), 5924 Stoneridge Drive, P.O. Box 13, Pleasanton, CA 94566; (415)

98 New York: MTV Networks (Headquarters), 1775 Broadway, New York, NY 10019; (212) Showtime Networks Inc. (Headquarters), 1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019; (212) INTERNATIONAL OFFICES London: Viacom International Limited, 40 Conduit Street, London, England WIR 9FB; Sydney: Viacom International Pty. Limited, 16th Floor, St. Martin's Tower, 31 Market Street, Sydney, N.S.W. 2000, Australia; Sao Paulo: Viacom Video Audio Communicacoes Ltda., Alameda Jau', Andar, Caixa Postal 51521, 01420, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Tokyo: Viacom Japan, Inc., 4F, Mitsuwa Building, 7-2 Ginza 6- Chome, Chao -Ka, Tokyo 104, Japan; Canada: 45 Charles Street, East, Toronto 5, Ontario, Canada M4Y 1S2; (416) Switzerland: Viacom SA, Chamerstrasse 18, 6300 Zug, Switzerland; Warner Bros. Television 4000 Warner Blvd., Burbank CA 91522; (818) ; Telex: Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10019; (212) TELEVISION PROGRAMMING PRESIDENT Harvey Shephard EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Barry M. Meyer VICE PRESIDENT, SPECIAL PROJECTS Karen Cooper Minnides SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Art Stolnitz VICE PRESIDENT, SENIOR ADVERTISING, PUBLICITY & PROMOTION EXECUTIVE Doug Duitsman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION Gary Credle VICE PRESIDENT, MOVIES FOR TELEVISION AND MINI- SERIES Norman Stephens VICE PRESIDENT, CURRENT PROGRAMMING David Sacks VICE PRESIDENT, MOVIES & MINISERIES Gregg Maday VICE PRESIDENT, COMEDY DEVELOPMENT Scott Kaufer VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE AFFAIRS/EAST COAST Susan Dalismer VICE PRESIDENT, TALENT Marcia Ross VICE PRESIDENTS, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Beverly Nix, Joe Reilly, Art Horan VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL AFFAIRS Milt Segal VICE PRESIDENT, FILM & TAPE PRODUCTION Steve Papazian VICE PRESIDENT, POST PRODUCTION Karen Pingitore VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS Tom Treloggen VICE PRESIDENT, STORY & VOCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION Gus Blackmon DIRECTOR, PUBLICITY, PROMOTION & ADVERTISING Claire Lee DIRECTOR, FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION Rosalee Jeffries DIRECTOR, TV ESTIMATING Mike McKnight DIRECTOR, TALENT John Levey DIRECTOR, DRAMA DEVELOPMENT Susan Horowitz DIRECTOR, COMEDY DEVELOPMENT Shelley Raskov DIRECTOR, CURRENT PROGRAMMING Debbie Langford NETWORK FEATURES, PAY TV & ANIMATION (WARNER BROS. CARTOONS, INC.) 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10019; (212) PRESIDENT & PRESIDENT, WARNER BROS. ANIMATION Edward Bleier VICE PRESIDENT, PAY TV SALES & ADMINISTRATION Stanley Solson VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING Eric Frankel DIRECTOR, FINANCIAL AFFAIRS J. T. Shadoan DIRECTOR, CLIENT SERVICES, PAY TV & NETWORK Margaret Jelcich MANAGER, ADVERTISING, PUBLICITY & PROMOTION Barry Marx MANAGER, PAY -TV MARKETING Jeffrey Bernstein WARNER BROS. ANIMATION, INC Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91522; (818) VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL MANAGER Jean MacCurdy VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION & ADMINISTRATION Kathleen Helppie WARNER BROS. DOMESTIC TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION 4000 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91522; (818) , Telex: PRESIDENT Dick Robertson FIRST RUN DIVISION SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Scott Carlin Eastern Sales VICE PRESIDENT/MANAGER Mark Robbins VICE PRESIDENT Alicia Windroth VICE PRESIDENT Damian Riordan VICE PRESIDENT Richard Cartier DIRECTOR Andrew Weir DIRECTOR Eric Strong ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Jillian Lines Western Sales VICE PRESIDENT/MANAGER Jeff Hufford VICE PRESIDENT Mark O'Brien DIRECTOR Ed Wasserman DIRECTOR Jacqueline Hartley DIRECTOR William Hague DIRECTOR Mary Markarian OFF -NETWORK DIVISION SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Keith Samples New York VICE PRESIDENT Rob Barnett DIRECTOR Mary Voll DIRECTOR Scott Weber Chicago VICE PRESIDENT Steve Knowles VICE PRESIDENT John Louis DIRECTOR Chris Smith Los Angeles VICE PRESIDENT Vince Messina 413

99 VICE PRESIDENT Jim Burke MANAGER Jeff Brooks Atlanta VICE PRESIDENT Bruce Genter FEATURE FILM DIVISION SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Bill Hart SALES ADMINISTRATOR Eleanor Liebs MEDIA SALES DIVISION SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Karl Kuechenmeister VICE PRESIDENT/GENERAL SALES MANAGER Jim Engleman New York VICE PRESIDENT Marc Solomon VICE PRESIDENT Julie Kantrowitz Chicago VICE PRESIDENT Jim Harder Los Angeles SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Leon Luxenberg CREATIVE SERVICES SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Jim Moloshok VICE PRESIDENT, CREATIVE SERVICES Yelena Lazovich VICE PRESIDENT, STATION PROMOTION Martin Beer DIRECTOR, CREATIVE SERVICES Cynthia Stanley DIRECTOR, CREATIVE SERVICES Joel Kaplan DIRECTOR, ART SERVICES Ronald Ascher RESEARCH SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Bruce Rosenblum VICE PRESIDENT, SENIOR RESEARCH ADVISOR Wayne Neiman VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH Leonard Bart VICE PRESIDENT, OFF -NETWORK & CABLE Robert Jennings DIRECTOR, FIRST RUN Jocelyn Chan ADMINISTRATION SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Leon Luxenberg VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE Julio Proietto VICE PRESIDENT/DIR. DOM. CONTRACTS Dan McRae DIRECTOR DOMESTIC DIST. Chip Aycock BRANCH OFFICES Chicago: 645 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois New York: 1350 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY New Orleans: 406 Chartres St. #2, New Orleans, LA Atlanta: 109 Stonington Drive, Peach Tree City, GA Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky: 3058 Brookwood Circle, Fort Mitchell, KY BOOKING & SERVICES DEPARTMENT New York: 630 Ninth Avenue, New York, NY 10036; (212) TECHNICAL SERVICE DIRECTOR Erwin Markisch MANAGER, BOOKING SERVICES Joe Kivlehan MANAGER, PROGRAM INFORMATION Louis B. Marino BRANCH OFFICES: Covington: Lowe Davis Rd., P.O. Box 999, Covington, LA 70434; (504) VICE PRESIDENT, SOUTHEASTERN SALES DIRECTOR Bill Seiler Los Angeles: 143 Patricia Way, P.O. Box 2749, Grass Valley, CA 95945; (916) Ft. Mitchell: 3058 Brookwood Circle, Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017; (606) VICE PRESIDENT, MIDWESTERN SALES John H. Louis Chicago: 4000 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91522; (818) NORTH CENTRAL SALES DIRECTOR John Laing Pennsylvania: 50 Belmont Ave., Apt. 316, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004; (215) EASTERN SALES DIRECTOR Gary Cozen WARNER BROS. INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION 4000 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91511; (818) ; Telex: PRESIDENT Michael Jay Solomon SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Jeffrey Schlesinger SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, LONDON Stuart Graber VICE PRESIDENT, LONDON Bryan Hambleton VICE PRESIDENT, FRANCE Michel Lecourt VICE PRESIDENT, AUSTRALIA & FAR EAST Greg Robertson VICE PRESIDENT, LATIN AMERICA Jorge Sanchez MANAGING DIRECTOR, ITALY Rosario Ponzio SALES EXECUTIVE, AUSTRALIA & FAR EAST Greg Robertson SALES EXECUTIVE, SPAIN Kevin Williams SALES EXECUTIVE, SCANDINAVIA -BENELUX David Peebler SALES EXECUTIVE, EASTERN EUROPE Donna Brett VICE PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION BUSINESS AFFAIRS Adina Savin VICE PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION Bonnie Adamson VICE PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION John Whitesall VICE PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL SALES ADMINISTRATION Tommie Van Benschoten VICE PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION OPERATIONS Annette Bouso DIRECTOR, PROMOTION & PUBLICITY Sharon Kneller DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL MARKETING Brenda Geffner MANAGER, HOME VIDEO SALES Lisa Gregorian FOREIGN SALES OFFICES EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: 135/141 Wardour St., London W1V 4AP, England. VICE PRESIDENT SALES & ADMINISTRATION Bryan Hambleton 414

100 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR SALES & ADMINISTRATION Gary Phillips SALES REPRESENTATIVE Kevin Williams FRENCH SPEAKING TERRITORIES: 20 Rue Troyon, Paris, France. VICE PRESIDENT, TELEVISION Michel Lecourt AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND & SOUTHEAST ASIA: 154 Castlereagh St. -5th floor, Alfred Moss House, Sydney, N.S.W., 2000 Australia, Box 2661, G.P.O. Sydney, N.S.W., 2001 Australia. SALES DIRECTOR Matt Brown JAPAN: P.O. Box 762, Tokyo Central, Japan. TELEVISION SALES Ken Sugizaki LATIN AMERICA: Acapulco 37, Mexico 7 D.F., Mexico. VICE PRESIDENT SALES Jorge Sanchez BRAZIL: Warner Bros. (South) Inc., Rua Senador Dantas, Andar, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. BRAZIL TELEVISION SUPERVISOR Louremberg do Nascimento ARGENTINA: Tucuman 1938, Buenos Aires, Argentina. TELEVISION MANAGER Luis D'Alterio CANADA: Warner Bros. Distributing, (Canada) Ltd., 70 Carlton St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5B 1L7; (416) William Morris Agency, Inc Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019; (212) ; FAX: (212) Beverly Hills Office: 151 El Camino, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) ; FAX: (213) Nashville Office: 2325 Crestmoor Rd., Nashville, TN 37215; (615) ; FAX: (615) Overseas offices: London, Rome,' Sydney,* Munich.* (Representatives for artists and all creative talent in the entertainment and literary worlds.) *Corresponding offices. CHAIRMAN Lou Weiss (New York) PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Norman Brokaw EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENTS Roger Davis, Tony Fantozzi, Walt Zifkin (Chief Operating Officer), Larry Auerbach, Leonard Hirshan, Jerry Katzman, Owen Laster VICE PRESIDENT, TREASURER Larry Lewis (New York) MOTION PICTURE DEPARTMENT Beverly Hills-Department Head, Sue Mengers John Burnham, Jim Crabbe, Ames Cushing, Dodie Gold, David Goldman, Elaine Goldsmith, Jean-Pierre Henreaux, Leonard Hirshan, Andy Howard, Toni Howard, Joan Hyler, Alan lezman, Ron Mardigian, Mike Peretzian, John Ptak, Jeff Rose, Judy Scott -Fox, Risa Shapiro, Mike Simpson, Dan Strone, Beth Swofford, Bobbi Thompson, Peter Turner, Irene Webb, Fred Westheimer, Cary Woods, Carol Yumkas, Scott Zimmerman. New York-Department Head, Steven Starr Boaty Boatwright, Anne Carey, Peter Franklin, Myrna Jacoby, George Lane, Owen Laster, Phyllis Levy, Biff Liff, Gilbert Parker, Johnnie Planco, Ed Robbins, Katy Rothacker, Tina Russell, Esther Sherman. TELEVISION DEPARTMENT Worldwide Head, Jerry Katzman Beverly Hills-Department Head, Robert Crestani Jeff Alpern, Larry Auerbach, Arthur Axelman, Bruce Brown, Lee Cohen, Ruth Engelhardt, Steve Glick, Michael Gruber, Sam Haskell, Dick Howard, Mark Itkin, Sol Leon, Greg Lipstone, Gary Loder, Deborah Miller, Larry Noveck, Bonnie Owens, Gary Rado, Elizabeth Ramsland, Leonard Rosenberg, Hal Ross, Marc Schwartz, Chris Simonian, Kathy Smith, Toper Taylor, Mark Teitlebaum, Steve Weiss, Jeff Witjas. New York-Department Head, Leo Bookman/Jim Griffin Adam Berkowitz, James Dixon, Art Fuhrer, Henry Reisch, David Segal, Cara Stein. DIRECTOR OF PUBLICITY Florence Gaines Zenith Electronics Corporation 1000 Milwaukee Ave., Glenview, IL 60025; (312) (Consumer home entertainment products; electronic do-it-yourself kits, instruments, home study education materials; microcomputer systems, video display terminals, components, and cable and subscription TV and videotex products.) PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Revone W. Kluckman SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND GROUP EXECUTIVE, CONSUMER PRODUCTS Robert B. Hansen GENERAL MANAGER CATV/STV OPERATIONS James Faust 415

101 Television Producers -Distributors * PROGRAMS * COMMERCIALS * TELEVISION FILMS * SHORTS 416

102 Producers and Distributors A.B. Enterprises, Inc Broadway, Suite 1101, New York, NY 10036; (212) Alexander Beck, president. (Distributes feature films, shorts and Westerns.) ABC Distribution Co. (A division of Capital Cities/ABC Video Enterprises) 825 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10019; (212) Telex: FAX: (212) ; 2040 Avenue of the Stars, Century City, CA 90067; (213) ; Fax: (213) ; Telex: John T. Healy, president, ABC Distribution Company; Archie Purvis, senior vice president; Paul Coss, vice president, acquisitions & development; Marvinia Anderson, director, worldwide cable/cassette marketing; Armando Nunez, Jr., director, international TV sales. Series: Crosstown, Globe TV, Visions, Heroes, Eagle & the Bear, Great TV News Stories, Miller & Mueller, Moonlighting, Secrets & Mysteries. Mini -Series: Baby M, Amerika, Ike, Out on A Limb. Made -For -TV Movies: Lady -Killers, Acceptable Risks, Amazons, Best Kept Secrets, A Bunny's Tale, Embassy, The Hearst and Davies Affair, Infidelity, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, The Jericho Mile; Long Time Gone, Love Lives On, The Midnight Hour, Million Dollar Hijack, My Mother's Secret Life, Triplecross, Who Will Love My Children? Features: Cabaret, The Day After, The Flamingo Kid, Hoodwinked, Impulse, Milk & Honey, National Lampoon's Class Reunion, Prizzi's Honor, Silkwood, SpaceCamp, Young Doctors in Love, etc. Sports. News Specials. Documentaries. Children's Programming. Academy Awards Special-International version. ABC News/Weintraub Productions Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) The Eagle & The Bear, Heroes. ABR Entertainment Company Lindero Canyon Rd.. Suite 2067, Westlake Village, CA 91361; (818) (Producer and distributor) Alexander B. Rosen, chm. & CEO; Ed Hawkins, exec. v.p.; Celinda Glickman, v.p.. operations. A.L.S. Production Services 6381 Virginia Hills Dr., Salt Lake City, UT 84121; Alvin Simmons, pres. (Motion picture & television producer's services, equipment rentals, sales, lease and servicing. All facets of production equipment & services.) APA Studios, Inc. 230 W. 10 St., New York, NY 10014; (212) Organized (Special effects motion picture firm working in commercials, features, industrials; stop -motion, 3-D Animation hi -speed, timelapse, locals and graphics, total production). Lee Howard, pres.; David Rogers, art director; Robert Self, production mgr. Academy Film Productions, Inc W. Estes Ave.. Lincolnwood, IL 60645; (708) Bernard Howard, Ares. (Produce live and filmed or video-taped shows and commercials, slides, animation, slide films and industrial films). Act ill Entertainment of Tennessee, Inc. 631 Mainstream Drive, Nashville, TN 37228; (615) Steve A. Womack, exec. vice president and gen. manager. (Producer.) Act III Television 1800 Century Park East, Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) Norman Lear, chmn., CEO; Deborah Aal, pres., televi- sion. (A division of Act III Communications, Inc. which owns and operates 6 indep. TV stations as well as Santikos and Presidio theater circuits, publishes several magazines and produces TV and motion pictures.) Alden Films P.O. Box 449, Clarksburg, NJ 08510; (201) Paul Weinberg, pres. (Film and video distributors for Jewish Chautauqua Society, Natl. Council of Jewish Women, Eternal Light Film Library, Jewish Natl. Fund, Women's American ORT, Pioneer Women/ Namaat, United Jewish Appeal, American Red Magen David, American Society for 7bchnion, State of Israel, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Yeshiva U. Museum.) All American Television 304 E. 45 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) (Distributor) George Back, pres.; Joseph E. Kovacs, exec. v.p.; Joan Marcus, v.p. synd.; Conrad Roth, sr. v.p.; John Reisenbach, senior v.p., national advertising sales; Carl W. Menk, Jr., v.p., station sales and marketing; Todd C. Jackson, v.p., international sales. Almi Television Productions 1900 Broadway, New York, NY 10023; (212) Martin Schildkraut, exec. Theatrical feature packages: Almi Film Festival (10); Children's Cinema Classics (65); Kung-Fu (13); She's A Lady (19); Hot Rocks (8); Thriller (18); Almi Passport (33); Great Comedy Volume I (32); Great Comedy-Volume II (15); 'h hour animated special: Kitten's Christmas. Amblin Entertainment 100 Universal Plaza. Bungalow 477, Universal City, CA 91608; (818) Carole Kirschner, v.p., television production. Amazing Stories. Specials: China Odyssey: Steven Spielberg's Empire of the Sun; Making of Raiders of the Lost Ark. American Adventure Productions, Inc. 314 C Mediterranean Ave., Aspen, CO 81611; (303) John Wilcox, pres.; Josiah Wilcox, secty. (Producers of adventure and wildlife documentaries) Amrit Productions, inc. 215 W. 90 St., Penthouse B, New York, NY 10024; (212) Tirlok Malik, pres.; Chander Malik, v.p. (Producer and arranger of production and co -production of films for TV and video; arranges casting for Indian actors; also distributes video films.) Animated Productions, Inc Broadway, New York, NY 10019; Columbus Al Stahl, pres.; Richard Stahl, v.p.; Shirlee Debrier, production dr.; Peter Puzzo, exec. dir. (Producers of programs, television commercials, cartoons and shorts, industrial films, specialists in animation, stop motion, and fotomation.) Fully -animated with punched tapeanimation stand, precision Super 8 blow-up optical bench, Super 8 with opticals.) Arlington Film Studios st Ave. No., Seminole, FL Organized (Produce all types sound and silent motion picture films.) Producer: Frank Ruzz. The Arthur Company 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608; (818) Arthur Annecharico, exec. prod. 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103 Arztco Pictures, Inc. 15 E. 61 Street, New York, NY 10021; (212) Organized (Production of motion pictures, commercials, industrials, and video.) Tbny Arzt, pres., prod./dir. Tamara Asseyev Productions, Inc. I0 University City Plaza, 32nd Floor, Universal City, CA 91608; (818) ; FAX: (818) Tamara Asseyev, pres.; E.J. Oshins, v.p., development. Associated Press Broadcast Services 1825 K Street, N.W., Suite 615, Washington, D.C ; (202) Jim Williams, deputy director. (TV Direct, the first nonexclusive video news service available to all TV news operations, including Washington Direct, BeatChecks, and AP Videographs; APTV Wire, the AP's high-speed selectable wire for TV stations.) Associated Television International P.O. Box 4180, Hollywood, CA 90078; (650 N. Bronson St., Suite 300) (213) Organized John Campbell Collins, v.p. marketing; Rex Piano, v.p. development; David McKenzie, C.O.O. (Television syndication and distribution.) Bob Banner Associates, Inc. 132 S. Rodeo Dr., Suite 402, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) Bob Banner, pres.; J. William Hayes, first v.p.; Stephen Pouliot, v.p. (Production of television programs, motion pictures and theatrical productions.) Barbre Productions, Inc. Div. of Combined Communications Corporation, P.O. Box 5667, 1089 Bannock St., Denver, CO 80217, (303) Alvin G. Flanagan, pres.; Jon D. Ackelson, producer/director. (Producer, distributor of filmed shows, producer of film commercials and business films.) Prairie World of the Kit Fox (1); Valley of the Standing Rocks (I); Harry Jackson -A Man and His Art; The Troopers Are Coming; Rocky Mountain Conquest. Robert Baron & Associates th Pl., Forest Hills, NY 11374; (212) Robert Baron, pres., prod.; John Whited, director; West Coast studio facilities, Helen Miles, mgr. & Prod.; Jules Brenner & Gayne Rascher, cameramen; Angie Ross, supervising editor. (Producers of TV commercials, industrials, sales promotion film & multi -media presentations; complete video tape facilities.) Atlantic Television, Inc. Operational Headquarters, sales and distribution office: 8255 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046; (213) Jonathan M. Dana, pres., m.p. & TV; Patricia Fumare, v.p., worldwide operations. Atlantis Films Limited Cinevillage, 65 Heward Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4M 2T5; (416) Organized Michael MacMillan, pres; Seaton McLean, v.p.s; Peter Sussman, exec. prod. (Television and film production.) Atlantis Releasing 65 Heward Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4M 2T5; (416) Organized Ted Riley, pres.; Jacqueline Scott, manager of sales; Karen Lawrie, distribution assistant. Affiliated with Atlantis Films Limited. (Markets, sells and distributes films to Canadian and international television and home video marketplace.) Audio Productions (A division of Reeves Teletape, Inc.) 227 E. 45 St., New York, NY (212) Peter J. Mooney, pres.; (Producers of Educational -Documentary and Industrial Films). Aurora General Entertainment Corp West Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL (305); War Chronicles, Judy Garland specials, The Littlest Angel, Raggedy Ann and Andy, feature film packages, James Michener Specials, Upstairs at Xenon, The Amazing World of Kreskin. BBC Enterprises Limited B Head Office: Woodlands, 80 Wood Lane, London W12 071'. Tel.: (01) James Arnold -Baker, Chief Executive, BBC Australia, Hugh Sheppard, Westfield Towers, 80 William St., Sydney; Tel: Sydney USA Television Sales: Lionheart Television International Inc., 630 Fifth Ave., Suite 2220, New York, NY 10111; (212) Canada, Educational & Training Sales, Hilary Read, Cinevillage, 65 Heward., Suite Ill, Toronto, Ontario M4M 2TS. (BBC Enterprises distributes all types of BBC TV programming, licenses BBC titles for merchandising including the BBC microcomputer, produces BBC Video, BBC Records and BBC Books and provides facilities for other broadcasters.) BBC/Lionheart Television 630 Fifth Avenue, #2220, New York, NY 10111; (212) (Distribution.) Jack Mastos, president & CEO; Maq Jawed, CFO; Sylvia Delia, v.p. ancillaries; Candace Carlisle, v.p. PBS sales; Beth Cleartiel, dir. programming; Susan Rosenberg, director creative services. Barris Industries Inc S. Bundy Dr., Penthouse, Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) Jeff Wald, pres. TV division. Syndication: All New Dating Game; The Gong Show; The Newlywed Game; Kenny Rogers Classic Weekend; The Kenny Rogers Show. Barry & Enright Productions 1888 Century Park East, Suite 1100, Los Angeles, CA, 90067; (213) Organized Dan Enright, pres.; Don Enright, v. p., development; Les Alexander, v.p., development; Louis "Deke" Heyward, v.p., development; Mike Bevan, v.p., development, games shows; Chris Sohl, v.p. administration. (Produces network and syndicated programs, games, quizzes, sitcoms, movies -of - the -week, features.) Ben Barry & Associates, Inc Briarwood Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90077; (213) Ben Barry, pres. Feature films, including The Family, Honey Comb, Sabra, Action Man, Assassination, I Killed Rasputin, Peking Blonde, Singapore, Singapore, Johnny Banco, Black Sun, Restless Breed, Magnificent Matador, Sword of Monte Cristo, One Russian Summer, etc. Feature films, under House of Horrors heading, including The She Beast, Death Dream, Fangs of the Living Dead, The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave, Murder Clinic, Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things, Blood Spattered Bride, Don't Look in the Basement, Nightmare Hotel, Kiss of the Tarantula, Invisible Terror, Zombies. Science fiction features: Star Pilot, Invaders from Mars, Fantastic Invasion from Planet Earth, No Survivors Please, Electronic Monster, Fabulous World of Jules Verne. New: A Swingin' Summer, Invaders From Mars, Restless Breed, Magnificent Matador, Blood on the Arrow. Samuel Fuller classics: Shock Corridor, Naked Kiss. The Beagle Group 420 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) ; FAX: Michael Bennahum, pres. & CEO; Dan Farrell, exec. vice president; Roseanne Leto, sr. v.p. program development; Joanna Gleason, vice president. (Television and film production company.) The Behrens Company, Inc. 51 S.W. 9th St., Miami, FL 33130; (305) Robert A. Behrens, pres.; Elizabeth H. Behrens, secty. Bergman -Harris Productions, Inc. 850 Seventh Ave., Suite 404, New York, NY 10019; (212) Organized David Bergman, pres.; Paul Harris v.p. (Television production.) 418

104 Best Film & Video Corporation 98 Cutter Mill Rd., Great Neck, NY 11021; (516) Roy Winnick, pees.; Ben Tenn, exec. v.p.; Harvey Urman, sis. mgr. (Cable, video, cassette and disc distribution and production). Binder Entertainment, Inc N. Las Palmas, Bldg. #16, Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) Organized Steve Binder, pres. (Television and film production. Formerly BRB Entertainment, Inc.) On the Television, Beach Boys' Endless Summer series, Wayne Newton Live, Highway 101 Drive Inn for Elvis Presley, Diana Ross at Wembley Hall, London, Dionne Warwick & Friends, Zoobilee Zoo. Milton Blackstone/Associates P.O. Box 1892, La Jolla, CA 92038; (619) Milton H. Blackstone, exec. prod. (Talent, promotion and special events direction, true -life commercials, pr. films.) Comedians' Golf Classic; Comedy Hall of Fame (special); Wonderful World of Water (special); Beach Ball; (Pro) Am Team Golf Championship; Mother Goose Parade (special); Jr. World Golf Championship (special); Defending Champion (series); Let There Be Balls (special); Golf Derby; Show Biz Salutes (series and specials); Sports City (in preparation) '76 Andy Williams Open (90 min.); Feature Film: Cockeyed Charley; New Series in Development; Hobo; Pilot; Something to Celebrate; Days of Pleasure-Nights of Despair. Blair Entertainment (A division of John Blair Communications, Inc.) 1290 Ave. of the Americas, New York, NY 10104; (212) Alan I. Berkowitz, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Michael Weiser, sr. v.p. & gen. sales mgr.; Howard Levy, v.p. of advertising sales; Ken DuBow, Northeast reg. mgr.; Ronald Geagan, Southern div. mgr.; John Buckholtz, account exec.; Evelyn Chigrinsky, account exec. First Run: Divorce Court (52 week first -run series). Feature Films: Impact I Movie Package (20 features); The Hall of Fame Collection (8 made for TV). Specials: Motown Merry Christmas (1 hr.); Has Anybody Seen My Child? (1 hr.); World's Greatest Stuntman (2 hrs.); Goldeneye (2 hrs. ). Frederick Forsyth Movies (6 shows). Steven Bochco Productions P.O. Box 900, Beverly Hills, CA 90213; (213) Doogie Howser, M.D. Braverman Productions, Inc Sunset Blvd., Suite 142, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272; (213) Charles Braverman, pres.; Greg Griffin, development. (Producers of feature films, TV specials, documentaries, commercials, titles and special montages, specialists in kinestasis animation.) Bray Studios, Inc. 19 Ketchum St., Westport, CT 06880; (203) Paul Bray, Jr., pies. (Producers and distributors of films, film strips, slides and multi -media presentations on wide variety of subject matter; services for producers include animation art and photography as well as location crews and equipment.) Brookfield Productions, Inc Washington PI., Suite #201, Los Angeles, CA 90066; (213) Organized Norman G. Brooks, pies.; Fern Field, dir. of development. (Television film production.) Barry Brown Brillig Prod., Inc. 770 Amalfi Dr., Pacific Palisades, CA 90272; (213) Organized 1959; Barry Brown, pres. (Feature motion pictures, industrial films & TV commercials.) Buena Vista TV (A subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company) 350 S. Buena Vista Si.. Burbank, CA 91521; (818) Robert Jacquemin, sr. v.p.; Peter Affe, v.p., eastern div. mgr.; Jamie Bennett, v.p., production/ programming; Larry Frankenbach, v.p., midwest div. mgr.; Rich Goldman, v.p., gen. sis. mgr., Mary Kellogg, v.p., production; Michael Mellon, v.p., research, David Morris, v.p., western div. mgr.; Peter Newgard, v.p., southern div. mgr. Buena Vista International, Inc. (A subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company) 350 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521; (818) John Elia, dir. distribution; Etienne de Villiers, pres. Bill Burrud Productions, Inc Pacific Coast Highway, #200, Huntington Harbour, CA 92649; (213) Organized Bill Burrud, chmn. of bd.; John Burred, pies.; Bruce Stuart Greenberg, v.p., in charge of production; Bev Young, exec. asst. (Feature film and TV production of animal/wildlife/human adventure documentaries/world exploration.) Return to Tarawa, New! Animal World, True Adventure, World of the Sea. CBS Entertainment Productions 7800 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) The Pat Sajak Show (CBS). CCW Productions, Inc. C 8915 Yolanda Ave., Northridge, CA 91324; (818) ; Branches: CCW Productions, Inc., Valley Bank Plaza, 300 South Fourth St., Suite 1501, Las Vegas, NE Organized Robert M. Cawley, pies./ceo; Philip L. Cuppett, v.p./cfo; Rena L. Winters, v.p., production; Bob Corrigan, prod. coordinator. (Production of feature films, TV movies and television specials). Camelot Entertainment Sales 1700 Broadway, New York, NY 10019; (212) Steve Hirsch, pres.; Marsha Diamond, v.p., research. Wheel of Fortune; Jeopardy!; The Oprah Winfrey Show; Oprah Specials. Steve Campus Productions, Inc. 24 Depot Square, lbckahoe, NY 10707; (914) Steve Campus, pres. (Producer of educational, industrial, medical, documentary films, and multi -media productions.) Stephen J. Cannel) Prods Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) The A -Team (NBC); Hardcastle & McCormick (ABC); Hunter (NBC); Riptide (NBC); The Lost Precinct (NBC), Stingray (NBC); J.J. Starbuck (NBC); Wiseguy (CBS); 21 Jump Street (FBC); Sonny Spoon (NBC); Unsub (NBC); Booker (FBC); Top of the Hill (CBS). George Carlson & Associates 2512 Second Ave., #306, Seattle, WA 98121; (206) George Carlson, producer. (Program producers.) The Traveler/Northwest Traveler series. Carson Productions 9489 Dayton Way, Penthouse, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (213) Amen (NBC). Late Night With David Letterman (NBC). The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (NBC). Carthay Sound Stage 5907 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA (213); (Complete film videotape services & rental center.) Contact: Helen Miles. Casablanca Productions 8544 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) Organized Dennis Holt, chm./chief exec. officer; David Nelson, pies./director; Gary Geweniger, exec. producer/head of produc- 419

105 tion; Allen Forman, exec. producer/head of sales; Penny Johnson, post -production sprv.; Stu Berg, director; Chrissa Vayos, office coordinator. (Television commercial production.) Castle Hill Television 1414 Ave. of the Americas, New York, NY 10019; (212) (Distributor) Regal Gold (20 theatrical features); Sterling Collection (12 theatrical features; Made in Hollywood USA (27 classic films); Fright Night (16 horror features); Muscles, Monsters & Myths (7 classics); The Best of Steve Allen (2 one -hr. specials). CEL Communications, Inc. 515 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) Merton Y. Koplin, chm. (A&E); Charles D. Grinker, vice chm., creative director; Martin L. Waldman, CEO, pres. (Creators of The Video Encyclopedia of the Twentieth Century,'" a visual encyclopedia of America in the 20th Century on videotape and laserdisc) Series: Creativity with Bill Moyers (A&E); A Walk Thru the 20th Century with Bill Moyers (A&E); Dining in France, 13 half-hours hosted by Pierre Salinger (PBS); The Magic Years in Sports (ESPN). Charisma Artists Corporation 9348 Civic Center Dr., Suite 101, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (213) Organized Nick Edenetti, exec. producer; Larry West, production mgr., Kathryn Lemon, secretary/treas., Aric Edenetti, casting coordinator; Fernando Alverado, associate prod.; François Favre, core. attorney. (Television and motion picture production.) Cinar Films Inc St. Andre, Montreal, Quebec, H2W IT1, Canada; (514) Organized Micheline Charest, pees.; Ronald A. Weinberg, v.p.; William Litwack, dir. Branches in Montreal, Toronto. (Film/TV production, distribution and video post -production). Cinecraft Productions, Inc Franklin Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44113; (216) Neil Mc- Cormick, pres.; Maria Keckan, CEO; (Production facility and services for video and film, for broadcast and corporate.) Cinema Shares International Television, Ltd. 450 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) Ellen Cantor, pres. (TV distribution.) Cinetudes Film Productions, Ltd. 295 W. 4 St., New York, NY 10014; (212) Christine Jurzykowski, pres.; Gale Goldberg, exec. prod.; Anita Cinnamon, mktg. dir.; Alex Gartner, dir. of devel., prod. & acquisition. (Production of TV programs, motion pictures and theatrical productions.) Cineworld Corporation 2670 N.E. 24 St., Pompano Beach, FL 33064; (305) John E. Rickert, pres.; Ildiko M. Rickert, secty./treas. (Distribution, production, international co -production, financing and packaging.) Claster Television Productions 9630 Deereco Rd., Timonium, MD 21093; (301) (Distributor) John Closter, pres.; Sally C. Bell, exec. v.p.; Janice Corter, sr. v.p. s(s.; Terri Airman, prog. dir.; Peggy Powell, acct. exec.; Jeffrey Hughes, director of advertising and promotion. Coast Special Effects 4907 N. Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) Nancy Evelyn, v.p.; Ron Seawright, sr. prod.; Joe Rayner & Peter Kleinow, spec. effects directors. (Special effects for TV commercials and feature films.) Columbia Pictures Television (A unit of Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.) Studio Plaza, 3400 Riverside Dr., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) (For officers see listing in Companies section). Syndication personnel: Gary Lieberthal, chairman and CEO; Barry Thurston, president, syndication; Michael Zucker, senior v.p., marketing; David Mumford, sr. v.p., research; Doug Roth, v.p., research; Leslie Tobin, v.p. motion picture sales & acquisitions; Lon Feldman, v.p., syndication post production; Francine Beougher, v.p., distribution operations; Terry Mackin, v.p., western region; William L. Clark, dir., special marketing; Elise Keen, dr., syndication contracts; Eric Marx, dir., motion picture syndication; Bill Coveny, dir., publicity; Alan Daniels, dir., advertising and promotion. Branch Offices: NEW YORK: Columbia Pictures Television, 711 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) ; FAX: (212) ; Gary Lico, v.p., eastern region; Herb Weiss, v.p., eastern region. CHICAGO: Columbia Pictures Television, 645 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 634, Chicago, IL 60611; (312) ; FAX: (312) ; John Rohrs, Jr., v.p., midwestern region; Stuart Walker, account exec., midwestem region. ATLANTA: Columbia Pictures Television, One Atlantic Center, 1201 W. Peachtree Street, #4820, Atlanta, GA 30309; (404) ; FAX: (404) ; Susan Grant, v.p., southeastern region; Joe Kissack, account exec.; Brian Fleming, account exec. SYNDICATION FEATURE FILM PACKAGES: Columbia Classics (34 titles); Columbia Gems I (214 titles); Columbia Gems H (22 titles); Columbia Night at the Movies (ad hoc quarterly barter network); Columbia Showcase 1 (22 titles); Embassy 11(20 titles); Embassy Ill (20 titles); Entertainer of the Year (15 titles); Prime 4 (3 titles); TV 20 (20 titles); TVM One (19 titles); Volume 1 (28 titles); Volume IV (15 titles); Volume V (26 titles); Volume VI (21 titles). SYNDICATION OFF -NETWORK COMEDY SERIES: Archie Bunker's Place (97 1/2 -hour episodes); Barney Miller (170 1/2 -hour episodes); Benson (158'1 -hour episodes); Carson's Comedy Classics (130'1 -hour episodes); Carter Country (44 1/2 -hour episodes); Diffrent Strokes (189'1 -hour episodes); The Facts of Life (209'1 - hour episodes); Fish (35 1/2 -hour episodes); Good Times (133'1 - hour episodes); The Jeffersons (253'1 -hour episodes); Maude ( hour episodes); One Day at a Time (209 1/2 -hour episodes); Punky Brewster (88'1 -hour episodes); Sanford & Son (136 1/2 -hour episodes); Silver Spoons (116'1 -hour episodes); Soap (93'1 -hour episodes); Square Pegs (20'1 -hour episodes); That's My Mama (39'1 -hour episodes); The Three Stooges (190'1 -hour episodes); Who's the Boss? (120 1/2 -hour episodes); 227 (116 1/2 -hour episodes). SYNDICATION OFF -NETWORK DRAMA SERIES: Charlie's Angels (115 one -hour episodes); Fantasy Island (200 1/2 -hour episodes, 152 one -hour episodes); Hart to Hart (112 one -hour episodes); Police Story (105 1/2 -hour episodes); Police Woman (91 one -hour episodes); S. W.A.T. (37 one -hour episodes); Starsky and Hutch (92 one -hour episodes); T.J. Hooker (90 one -hour episodes). City Film Productions, City Film Center, Inc th Place, Middle Village, Queens, NY ; (718) ; John R. Gregory, exec. prod. (Producers of 8 mm/l6 mm/35 mm motion pictures, for the fields of business, industry, advertising, sales, science, religion, education, health, entertainment and TV Creative, consultation and production facilities.) Dick Clark Productions, Inc W. Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 91505; (213) Dick Clark chm. & CEO; Francis La Maria pees., COO; Ken Ferguson, CFO; Martin Weisberg, secty.; Neil Sterns, senior v.p., creative affairs; Ellen Glick, v.p., creative affairs; Karen Clark, v.p.-admin.; Michael'Ibnzer, v.p. bus. affairs; Aviva Bergman, v.p. business affairs; Richard Levine, v.p., pgm. & sis.; Bryan Thompson, cont.; Barry Ademlan, v.p., TV dept.; Richard Al Clark, producer; Lisa Demberg, v.p., creative affairs; Larry Klein, producer; Al Schwartz, v.p. prods.; Bruce Sterten, v.p. game show develp.; Gene Weed, v.p., TV. Communication Arts Corporation P.O. Box 144, Hollywood, CA 90078; (213) Organized Gilbert A. "Gil" Cabot, exec. v.p., program and talent development; Kaye Merrill, casting v.p.; Thomas G. Barfield, v.p., prod.; Terry DeLyle, opns. mgr.; Nancy K. Austin, prod. coordinator. Divisions: Gil Cabot Associates, Inc.; StoryBrokers, Inc.; JenStar Productions, Inc.; Sundi Records, Inc.; TOBAC Music Pubberies, Inc.; Tic Toc Bunny Productions, Inc; Sweet Breeze Productions, Inc. Communication Commission of National Council of the Churches of Christ In the USA. 475 Riverside Dr., New York, NY 10115; (212) J. Martin Bailey, acting assistant general secretary for communication; David W. Pomeroy, director, media resources. (Information about network religious TV programs). 420

106 Condor Pictures, Inc Viewsite Terrace, Hollywood, CA 90069; (213) Milton Simon, gen. mgr. (TV pilot films. Films made to order.) Contempo Communications Inc. 250 W. 19 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) Joan F. Marshall, pres. (Theatrical, business, documentary, award -winning live shows, mixed -media, motion pictures, video sales mtgs.) Coproducers Corporation 2670 N.E. 24 St., Pompano Beach, FL 33064; (305) John F. Rickert, pies.; Ildiko M. Rickert, secty./treas. (Distribution, production, international co -production, financing and packaging.) Coral Pictures Corporation 6850 Coral Way, Miami FL 33155; (305) Marcel Grener, pres. & CEO; Luis Guillermo Gonzalez, vice pies.; Jose Manuel Pagani, exec. v.p. & general mgr.; Manolo Vidal, exec. v.p., international sales. Corniche Productions, Ltd. 101 East Victoria, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; (805) Organized Robert C. Acosta, managing partner; Venita Vancaspel, partner; Ann Trimbach Acosta, exec. prod.; Elizabeth Scott, co. mgr. (Creates, develops, produces and markets TV product.) Corradine, Tom J., & Associates 3518 W. Cahuenga Blvd., Suite 301, Hollywood, CA., 90068; (213) Branch office in New York. Tom Corradine, pres.; Mark Deemer, v.p.; Bob Morgan, head booker; Edward Reagan, v.p., marketing; Paul Lisy, v.p., video cassette dir. (Distribute filmed series, feature films. Western representative for Weiss Global Enterprises and Bloom Film Group. National reps for TV National Releasing Corp., Lippen Pictures, Inc., and Film Video Releasing Corp.) 700 feature films, 192 Westerns, 500 cartoons, 6 series. William G. Cox Film Enterprises 9726 Edward Dr., Sun City, AZ William G. Cox, owner - producer. (Produce commercials, news clips informational & public relations films.) Thomas Craven Film Corporation 5 W. 19 St., New York, NY 10011; (212) ; FAX: (212) Michael Craven, pres.; Ernest Barbieri, v.p.; Frynne Hamden, secty. (Producers of films and videotapes. Producers of educational, informational, training, fund-raising, documentary, public relations and television films and tapes for corporate, nonprofit and governmental clients. Producen of commercials and public service announcements. Producers of international films and tapes, with extensive overseas production experience. Brochure and additional info available on request.) Representative Credits: Recruiting films for Peace Corps; training and promotion films for Volkswagen, Porsche, Peugeot and Audi; training and informational tapes and films for several United Nations agencies; television specials on David Lean; Dylan Thomas and Samuel Taylor Coleridge; numerous films and tapes for U.S. military and governmental agencies. Creative Programming, Inc. 30 E. 60 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) Organized Peter Wild, exec. prod. (Television and home video production.) Bing Crosby Productions, Inc. 610 South Ardmore, Los Angeles, CA 90005; (213) James C. Kennedy, pies.; Stanley G. Mouse, v.p.; John G. Boyette, v.p. & treas. (Motion pictures, television (film & tape) syndication.) Crossover Programming Company Sunset Blvd., Suite 142, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272; (213) Charles Braverman, pres.; Greg Griffin, development. (Producers of pay television series, specials, variety shows. Specialists in kinestasis animation.) Crystal Pictures, Inc Broadway, New York, NY 10036; (212) ; FAX: (212) Joshua Tager, president; S. Tager, dir. of sls. (Distribute features, Westerns, packages & reissue TV series.) Telex: features; 200 short subjects; comedies (Charlie Chaplin & other old time comedies) (112); TV series (one hr. and'/ hrs.) (410). DIC Enterprises, Inc. D 3601 W. Olive, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) Organized Andy Heyard, pres.; Jeff Wernick, v.p.; Mel Woods, chief fin. off.; Gregory B. Payne, secty. (Television production company.) Live Action: Archie Live-Action Movie for TV, Something Else Animated Specials: The Real Ghostbusters Halloween Special, G.I. Joe. Animated Series: Alf Tales, Kissyfur, The Slimer Show, The Real Ghostbusters, Maxie's World, Super Mario Brothers Super Show, Captain Planet, Captain N: The Game Master, Camp Candy, The Karate Kid. Depict() Films Corp. 504-A Aspen Lane, Wyckoff, NY J. R. von Maur, president. (Producers of filmed commercials and industrial motion pictures. Sales meeting and conventions, road shows.) Devillier Donegan Enterprises 1608 New Hampshire Ave. NW, Washington, D.C ; (202) Organized Ron Devillier, pres.; Brian Donegan, exec. v.p.; Frank Lieben, dir., domestic sales; Linda Ekizian, dir., international sales; Joan Lanigan, dr., acquisitions; John Esteban, business mgr. (Movie and television distributor to broadcast and cable domestically and worldwide. Exclusive distributor in North America for NHK Tokyo, Film Australia, Channel Four, Monty Python, London, ABC Australia, Television New Zealand, National Film Board of Canada.) Vin Di Bona Productions 4151 Prospect Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027; (213) Animal Crack -Ups (ABC). Digital Vision Entertainment 7080 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 901, Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) ; FAX: (213) Organized Geoffrey de Valois, executive producer. (Motion picture, television, computer animation, production and distribution.) Directions international Inc Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) ; FAX: (213) Richard Squire, president; James Damalas, exec. v.p. Branches in San Jose, Costa Rica, New York. (TV and film production, commercial production, broadcast promotion production, creative services, theatrical trailers.) Walt Disney Productions 500 S. Buena Vista, Burbank, CA., 91521; (818) ; 500 Park Ave., New York, NY, 10022; (212) (For officers and personnel see listing under Television Companies.) Dixie Entertainment Productions, Inc. 215 Long Beach Blvd., 2nd floor, Long Beach, CA 90802; (213) Irene Jacobs, pies.; S. Giovannoli, chm.; Gil Benzeevi, senior v.p., marketing; Rudy Gerren, v.p. (Full service television production house, I, '/.", 'h"; also producer and distributor of video and motion pictures.) Duble-Do Productions, Inc. New York City (212) or I Laurie Dr., Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632; (201) Richard S. Dubelman, pres. (TV and theatrical productions.) Dunn Cal. Studios, Inc. P.O. Box , Chicago IL 60638; (312) Deborah Rezzardi, pres. (Producers of motion pictures, multi -screen presentations, TV commercials, slidefilms for sales, training, promotion, indoctrination.) 421

107 E Eagle/Horowitz Productions, Ltd., Inc Hillsboro Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90034; (213) Organized David J. Eagle, pres.; David Horowitz, v.p.; Nancy Weingrow Eagle, secty.; Suzanne Horowitz, treas. (Television and motion picture production.) Ralph Edwards Productions 1717 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, CA Ralph Edwards, owner. (Creator, packager, producer television shows.) The People's Court -syndication. This is Your Life -syndication. Truth or Consequences-syndication Ralph Edwards/Stu Billett Productions 1717 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, CA (Creator, packager, producer television shows.) Superior Court-syndication. Family Medical Center-syndication. Empire Television 1551 N. LaBrea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) Telex: EMPIREINC. Theatrical features: Ghoulies; The Dungeonmaster; Walking the Edge; Trancers; The Alchemist; Zone Troopers; Ghost Warrior; Re -Animator; Troll; Mutant Hunt. Heroes, Pirates, and Warriors: 14 -picture adventure package. Entertainment Productions, Inc Wilshire Blvd., Room 744, Santa Monica, CA 90403; (213) Organized Edward Coe, pres. (Motion picture and television productions for worldwide markets, including home video, cable, theatrical, etc.) F Family Films/Concordia 3558 S. Jefferson Ave., St. Louis, MO Dave Henrichs, manager. Doris Faye Productions 325 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) Organized 1959; Doris Faye, pres. (TV and film packagers; specialists in "educating through comedy" programs; on/off camera talent, script writing, video home -viewing.) Don Fedderson Productions Ventura Blvd., Suite 205, Encino, CA 91436; (818) Don Fedderson, chairman of the board. My Three Sons (network); Family Affair (network). The Film Company I11 Barrow St., New York, NY 10014; (212) Peter Bergmann, Anthony Lidelicato. Ronald Saland. (Motion picture production.) Film/Jame) Productions, Inc. 195 S. Beverly Dr., Suite 412, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) Gil Cates, pres. (Producers theatre, films, TV) Filmack Studios 1327 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL 60605; (312) Joseph R. Mack, pees.; Robert Mack, v.p. (Motion picture film producer for theatres, TV and industry, as well as filmstrips and slides for education.) Filmation (A division of Group W. Productions, a Westinghouse Broadcasting Co. subsidiary) 6464 Canoga Ave., Woodland Hills, CA 91367; (818) (Production of children's programming for TV and theatrical release; animation.) Lou Scheirer, pees.; Arthur Nadel, v.p., creative affairs; Joe Mazzuca, v.p., prod.; Alice Donenfeld, v.p., sis.; John Grusd, v.p., art direction, Majid Saee, v.p., MIS systems. Bravestarr, Ghostbusters, She -Ra: The Princess of Power. Films Five, Inc. 42 Overlook Rd., Great Neck, NY 11020; (516) Walter Bergman, head of studio Oper. (Producers of industrials, documentaries, commercials, live film, videotape & animation. Editorial department & massprint distribution on premises.) Films of the Nations P.O. Box 449, Clarksburg, NJ 08510; (201) Maureen Mit - nick, admin. Consulate General of Finland. (Distributors of TV, industrial and educational free sponsored films.) Color and b/w. Fima Noveck Productions 321 W. 44 St., New York, NY (212) Fima Noveck, pres. (Production and post -production; commercials; features; MTV) Format Productions 4253 Reyes Dr., Tarzana, CA 91356; (818) Herbert Klynn, pees.; Marvin L. Klynn, exec. v.p. Selma Klynn, v.p.; Ruth Page, secty./treas. (Animation films for TV commercials, TV programming, theatrical shorts, feature and industrial films.) Four Star International, Inc S. Sepulveda, Los Angeles, CA Lance Thompson, senior Series: Big Valley; Wanted Dead or Alive; Achievers (131/2 hrs.). Movies: Star 11vo (15 new films); Star One (15 new films); No Restrictions (13 new films); Cisco Kid Features (13 features); Dick Tracy (8 features); 200 feature films. 44 Blue Productions 1755 E. Bayshore Dr. #7, Redwood City, CA 94063; (415) Organized Rasha Drachkovitch, Stephanie Noonan-Drachkovitch, co -owners. (Produces television programming.) Winning Women: Great Moments in Women's Sports. Great Moments in College Bowl History. Legends of College Basketball. Aspire Higher. Fox/Lorber Associates, Inc. 432 Park Ave. S., Suite 705, New York, NY 10016; (212) Richard Lorber, pres; David M. Fox, C.E.O.; Patrick J. McDarrah, synd. sales co-ordinator. Specials: The Elvis Collection (Elvis '56, Aloha From Hawaii, '68 Comeback Special, One Night With You); Great Performers (Mel Brooks, Rich Little, Bette Midler, Pee -wee Herman, Gladys Knight); King... Montgomery to Memphis; Legacy of a Dream; Country. Series-Michelob Presents Night Music (60 min., weekly) First Run: The Dr. Fad Show. Specials: Overboard; King... Montgomery to Memphis, Legacy of a Dream, The Elvis Collection (includes Aloha from Hawaii, 68 Comeback Special, One Night with You); Great Performers (Mel Brooks, Rich Little, Bette Midler, Pee Wee Herman, Gladys Knight, etc.) Features: Bad Girls (8 feature films starring Joan Collins, Raquel Welch, Susannah York, Deborah Harry). Sandy Frank Entertainment, Inc. 115 E. 57 St., Suite 1410, New York, NY 10022; (212) Sandy Frank, pres. Woody Fraser Productions, Inc W. Olive Ave., Suite 500, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) Woody Fraser, pres. (Television production.) Home Show. Incredible Sunday. Life's Most Embarrassing Moments. On Thal. 422

108 a The Fremantle Corporation-New York Talbot Television Ltd.-U.K. Fremantle International Productions, Pty. Ltd. Australia 660 Madison Ave., New York, NY I0021; (212) lclex: ; FAX: (212) (Distributor.) Paul Talbot. pres.; Daivd Champtaloup, senior v.p.; Julie Zulueta-Corbo, dir, home - video and Latin American sis.; Josh Braun, v.p., operations; Dawn Skelton, promotion mgr.; Russell Becker, dir., Far Eastern sis.; Richard Becker, asst. dir., Far East sis. (Aust.); Tony Gruner, CEO, Talbot TV Ltd. (U.K.); Peter Baker, European sis. chief; Skip Braun, v.p., Fremantle of Canada; Randy Zalken, v.p., Fremantle of Canada; Marshall Kesten, dir. of finance, Fremantle of Canada. Fries Distribution Company (A subsidiary of Fries Entertainment, Inc.) 6922 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) Telex: ; FDC Fax: (213) Regional offices: New York (212) ; Chicago (312) (Production and distribution of features and series for TV, cable & home video.) TV movie packages: Fries Frame 1-27 made -for-tv movies including Adam, Bill, The Burning Bed, The Jayne Mansfield Story and the two-part Dempsey; Fries Frame 2-20 made -for-tv movies including Do You Remember Love, Toughlove, Bitter Harvest, Rosie: The Rosemary Clooney Story and the two-part Martian Chronicles; Fries Frame 3-25 made -for-tv movies including An Early Frost, the two-part Fatal Vision, Poison Ivy and the Wilma Rudolph Story; Fries Frame 4-23 made -for-tv movies including the two-part Inside the Third Reich, Blood Vows: The Story of a Mafia Wife, The Jericho Mile and Mafia Princess; Fries Frame 5-17 films including Flowers in the Attic, Murder Ordained: Parts I & 11, LBJ: The Early Years: Parts 1 & II, and Bridge to Silence; Fries Dynamite-II films including 4 world premiere theatricals: Viper, The Siege of Firebase Gloria, Deadly Intent and Edge of Darkness; Fries Family Theatre: The Mark Twain Collection -6 films based on Twain classics including The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Allen Funt Productions P.O. Box 827, Monterey, CA 93940; (213) Candid Camera: Eat! Eat! (CBS). Candid Camera on Wheels (CBS). G GGP/GGP Sports 400 Tamal Plaza, Corte Madera, CA 94925; (415) ; FAX: (415) David L. Peterson, pres.; Robert C. Horowitz, v.p.-gen. mgr.; Henry Schneidman, v.p., gen. sis. mgr.; Kathryn Gray, controller. (TV sales, syndication and production, post - production and sports marketing). ON Communications, Ltd W. Peterson, Chicago, IL 60659; (312) ; FAX: (312) Organized Steven N. Polydons, president. (Distributes quality TV programs for television and publishes magazine Chicago Film & Video News.) GTG Entertainment 9336 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90230; (213) (For officers and personnel, see listing under Television Companies.) Baywatch (NBC). USA Today on TV. Galaxie Productions, Inc. P.O. Box 1933, Washington, DC 20013; (202) Edward Jasen, president; Dr. Edward von Rothkirch, exec. v.p. & exec. prod.; S. McCormick, secty.-treas.; Paul Malec, chief engineer (Produce & distribute films for non -theatrical motion pictures & television: commercials, travelogues, documentaries, language dubbing on film, complete sound stage for audio recording, custom recording on tape or disk. Fully equipped audio visual, motion picture, & VTR remote truck for sound motion picture, VTR, & still photography. Branch offices: %A. L. Weintraub, 5th floor, 2250 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami, FL & C.P.O. Box 1711, Tokyo Japan; %V J. Pandhi, Suite 6G, nd Rd., Rego Park, NY Gaylord Production Company 66 Music Square West, Nashville, TN 37203; (615) Jane Grams, v.p. & gen. mgr. (Producer of programming for all television markets, including network, first and second syndication, cable and home video.) Gaynes Productions Ltd Oporto Dr., Hollywood, CA 90068; (213) ; (818) Organized Lloyd H. Gaynes, pres.; Kirsten Tellerz, v.p.; productions: John Alexander, Ellen Brown, Janie Flowers. (Television productions.) The Mother -Daughter Pageant U.S.A. The Mother -Daughter International Pageant Gilson international 9200 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA Series: Hill Street Blues, Remington Steele, St. Elsewhere, Newhart, White Shadow, WKRP in Cincinnati, Last Resort, MTM Variety Hour, Paris, Duck Factory, Betty White Show, Doc, Three for the Road, Tony Randall Show, We've Got Each Other, Phyllis, Mary, Popcorn Kid, Beverly Hills Buntz, Eisenhower & Lutz, Tat - lingers, Mary Tyler Moore project. Films: Boy Who Drank Too Much, Fighting Back, First You Cry, In Defense of Kids, Nowhere to Run, Something for Joey, Thornwell, Vampire, Critical List (4 -hr. mini-series), Carly's Web, Independence, Riviera, Fresno (6 -hr. mini-series). Sports: For the Honor of Their Country (13 -part Olympic series), Time Capsule: The 1936 Berlin Olympic Games (special). Glen Glenn Sound Co. (Todd-Ao Corp.) 900 N. Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) Robert Knudson, pres.; Ron Ward, opus. (Complete film and video-tape sound recording services for feature motion pictures and television programs). Glenar Studios 211 S. Rose, Burbank, CA, 91505; (213) Sid Glenar, owner. (Produces films, commercials & animation.) Global American Television, Inc. Shearer Rd., Colrain, MA 01340, (413) ; FAX: (413) Organized Pamela M. Roberts, and Edward Wierzbowski, officers. (Produces socially relevant and cultural programming. Specializes in co -productions with Gosteleradio (Soviet TV). Sold first ads to foreign companies on Soviet TV in May, 1987.) Melvin L. Gold Enterprises 301 E. 48 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) Mel Gold, pres. (Consultant, producer and packager of live and film TV programs, industrial films, commercials, features.) Samuel Goldwyn Television Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) ; FAX: (213) Dick Askin, pres., television distribution; Jeri Sacks, v.p. cable and ancillary sales. Branches: 200 W. 57 St., Suite 808, New York, NY 10010; (212) Castle Pines Dr., Atlanta, GA 30136; (404) ; 4189 Bloomington Ave., #201, Arlington Heights, IL; (312) ; FAX: (312) Mark Goodson Productions 375 Park Ave., New York, NY 10152; (212) Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036; (213) Mark Goodson, owner; Graud Chester, exec. v.p., Alan R. Sandler, v.p., finance; Gil Fates, exec. prod.; Howard Felsher, Chester Feldman, Jonathan Goodson, Mimi O'Brien, producers; Paul Alter, Marc Breslow, directors. The Rebel (film); The Richard Boone Show, Branded (film); Beat the Clock; To Tell The Truth; What's My Line; Password; The Price Is Right; Match Game PM; Tattletales; I've Got A Secret (all tape); Family Feud; Card Sharks; Mind Readers; Password Plus; Child's Play; Body Language; Trivia Trap; Super Password, Classic Concentrations, Blockbusters, New Family Feud. 423

109 Goulding-Elliott-Greybar Productions, Inc. 420 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) Organized Ray Goulding pres./secty.; Bob Elliott, v.p./treas. (Production of radio and TV commercials and radio & TV programs.) Granada Television International 400 Madison Ave., Suite 1511, New York, NY 10017; (212) First Among Equals; Game, Set and Match; Lost Empires; Floodtide; Death of the Heart; Man and Music; 7 Up, 28 Up; The Jewel in the Crown; The Return of Sherlock Holmes. Sherry Grant Enterprises Ventura Blvd., Suite 208, Encino, CA 91316; (818) Gray -Schwartz Enterprises, Inc. 'fcleflix Division, P.O. Box 9239, Calabasas, CA 91372; (818) Mary Gray, pres. The Great Entertainment Co. Inc Broadway, Suite 2275, New York, NY 10024; (212) Organized Nancy B. Dixon, CEO & president; John T. Welch, COO & president. Branches: Atlanta, Los Angeles. (Syndication of television programming.) Greatest Fights of the Century, Inc. 9 E. 40 St., New York, NY 10016; William D. Cayton, pres. (Produce and distribute fight films.) Big Fights of the Decades Series (formerly titled Greatest Fights of the Century) 500 quarter-hour programs from 1900 to 1988, featuring all the world champions, each in his greatest, and most memorable fight, including George Foreman, Joe Frazier, Muhammad Ali, Floyd Patterson, Rocky Marciano, Joe Louis, Jack Dempsey, Sugar Ray Robinson, Rocky Graziano, Archie Moore, Larry Holmes, Marvin Hagler, Boom Boom Mancini, 35 Mike Tyson fights (31 by KO), etc. The Earl Greenburg Organization 8730 Sunset Blvd., Suite 290, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) Organized Earl Greenburg, pies.; Stephan Mat - suo, senior v.p.; Marcia Lewis, v.p., development. (Produces television and motion pictures.) Greystone Communications, Inc S. Glendale Ave., Glendale, CA 91205; (818) Organized Craig A. Haffner, pies.; Steven Lewis, Donna E. Lusitana, exec. v.p.s (Television production company for network, first run, cable, home video.) Mery Griffin Enterprises 1541 N. Vine St., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) Mery Griffin, ehm. and CEO; Robert J. Murphy, pies. and COO; Peter Barsocchini, v.p., motion pictures and films for television, Ray Sneath, v.p., game shows and variety. (Production company.) Jeopardy. Wheel of Fortune. Group W Productions (Westinghouse Broadcasting Company) One Lakeside Plaza, 3801 Barham Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) ; FAX: (213) Derk Zimmerman, pres. & CEO; Sam Cue, v.p. controller; Meryl Marshall, v.p. program affairs; Owen S. Simon, v.p. creative services; Kim Schlotman, v. p. research & marketing; David Jacquemin, western region mgr.; Donald P Spagnolia, dir, of visual communications; Mary E Fisher, dir. of promotional media; Linda Magee, assoc. dir. of development. 888 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10106; (212) ; FAX: (212) Dan Cosgrove, sr. v.p./media sales; Richard Sheingold, sr. v.p., marketing/sales; Peter Gimber, v.p./eastern region mgr.; Glen Burnside, v.p./media sales; Steve Parker, Eastern division mgr.; Elizabeth Silverstein; sr. account exec.; Rhonda Schulik, account exec. Division Offices: Chicago: 142 East Ontario, Suite 1500, Chicago, IL 60611; (312) ; FAX: (312) ; Brock Kruzic, Central division mgr.; Patricia Brown, Midwest mgr., media sales. Atlanta: 1400 Lake Hearn Dr., Suite 306, Altanta, GA 30319; (404) ; FAX: (404) ; Jeff Hoops, Southeast division mgr.; Dallas: 222 West Las Colinas Blvd., #535, Irving, TX 75039; (214) ; FAX: (214) ; Rick Shae, Southwest region mgr. Group W. Videoservices (formerly 7VSC), 310 Parkway View Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15205; (412) ; FAX: (412) ; J. Michael Hudson, v.p./gen. mgr.; William Wuerch, v.p./sales; Dick Dreyfuss, sales rep. Division Office: Los Angeles: 3801 Barham Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) ; FAX: (213) ; Catherline Malatesta, West Coast sales mgr.; Katherine Ratajczak, sales coordinator. LifeQuest (6 one -hour), Teenage Mutant Ninja 'Rrrtles (13 halfhours), Life's Most Embarrassing Moments (weekly half-hour), This Evening (half-hours); Missing/Reward (half-hour weekly), Desperate Passage (2 -hour special). Reg Grundy Productions, Inc W. Pico Blvd., Suite 720, Los Angeles, CA 90035; (213) N.Y. rep.: McManus International, Inc., 425 E. 63 St., Apt E -5F, New York, NY Organized Reg Grundy, O.B.E., pres. and ehm.; Robert Crystal, v.p.; Sue McIntosh, secty. and treas. (Produces TV programs for network and syndication. All day parts.) Sale of the Century (NBC). Scrabble (NBC). Gutman, Leo A., Inc. 230 Park Ave., New York, NY; (212) Hennessey -96 half-hours (b & w), starring Jackie Cooper and a host of guest stars. Guymark Studios, Inc Dixwell Ave., Hamden, CT Anthony Guarino, Jr., pies.; Guy Guarino, v,p., chg. of photo; Mark Guarino, v.p., chg. of audio & video. (Producers facilities and technical services for sound film video animation, product photography sq. ft. sound stage w/ cyclorama complete /e" & 16 mm sound studios, all format still photography studio, 16 nun animation studio, slide to film transfer, film to video transfer, 1/4" video editing, Time Code, digital video effects, character & graphics generator.) H -R Productions, Inc. H 159 W. 53 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) Herbert Rosen, president. (Producer of films, package shows.) Handel Film Corporation 8730 Sunset Blvd., W. Hollywood, CA 90069; (213) Leo A. Handel, pies.; Peter Mertens, producer. (Produces filmed series.) Magic of the Atom (10); The Age of the Atom (color special); Sweden -Vikings Today Style (color special); (color special); Police Dog; 1 -hr TV special (1972); Art in America (series ); Thailand 1983; Philippines 1984; Computer Series 1983-; Measuring Things (series 3) 1985; Singapore 1986; Puerto Rico, 1988; Fiber Optics, Hanna -Barbera Productions, Inc. (A division of Great American Broadcasting) 3400 Cahuenga Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90068; (213) Joseph Barbera, pies.; William Hanna, sr. v.p.; Martyn S. Weinberg, exec. v.p. & chief operating officer; Richard Sigler, v.p. bus. affairs; Jean MacCurdy, v.p., children's programs; John Michaeli, v.p. communications; Ross Sutherland, v.p. dir., personnel & labor relations; lwao Takamoto, v.p. creative design; Maurice Morton, v.p. & gen. mgr; Joseph Taritero, v.p., creative affairs; Sam Edwing, v.p., development; Paul DeKorte, v.p. music; Jayne Barbera, v.p., animation production. Animated Series: The Yogi Bear Show (synd.); Snorks (synd.); Fantastic Max (synd.); The Further Adventures of Superted (synd.). Smurfs (NBC); The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley (CBS); A Pup Named Scooby-Doo (ABC). Animated Specials: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration! 50 Years of Hanna -Barbera (TNT); Hagar the Horrible (CBS); Mad Magazine (CBS). Dean Hargrove Productions 100 Universal City Plaza, #507-3E, Universal City, CA 91608; (818) (Producer in assoc. with Fred Silverman Co. & Viacom Prods.) 424

110 Jake and the Fatman. Perry Mason Movies (made for TV films). Matlock. Larry Harmon Pictures Corp. 650 N. Bronson Ave., Hollywood, CA (213) Larry Harmon, pies. Harmony Gold U.S.A Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046; FAX: (213) (Producer -distributor) Frank Agrama, president & CEO; Jim Mitchell, sr. exec. v.p. & COO. Animated cartoon series: Captain Harlock (65 half -hr. episodes); Robotech (85 half -hr. episodes). Shaka Zulu (10 hour mini-series). Raggedy Ann & Andy (3 holiday specials). Family Animation Showcase (20 animated features). 2 -Part Classics (six 2 -part, 4 -hour series). Harmony Golden I (mini -package of 5 first -run features). Animals of Africa (52 half-hrs.). The King of the Olympics (4 -hr. mini-series). The Man Who Lived at the Ritz (4 -hr. mini-series). Animation Adventure Theatre (3 animated features). Ttavelin' Gourmet (13 half hours). Around the World in 80 Days (6 hour mini-series). The Secret Identity of Jack the Ripper (live special event). Confessional (4 -hour mini-series). Paris/Dakar: The Great Adventure (4 -hour mini-series). Harpo Productions 35 E. Wacker Dr., #1782, Chicago, IL 60601; (312) The Oprah Winfrey Show. Prime Time Oprah: Just Between Friends. Harris-Tuchman Productions 4293 Sarah St., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) Fran Harris, pres. & creative dir. (Producers of sales, training and industrial films.) Harriscope Corporation Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1420, Los Angeles, CA 90024; (213) ; FAX: (213) Burt I. Harris, pres.; Harvey Simpson, finance dir. (Distribution of filmed programs and TV broadcasting.) Jalopy Races From Hollywood (26); Main Event Wrestling (65); All Girl Wrestling (26); So This Is Hollywood (24). Hartley Film Foundation Inc. 59 Cat Rock Rd., Cos Cob, CT 06807; (203) Elda Hartley, pres. (Producer of films and video tapes on philosophy, psychology, religion, and health.) Helios Productions 4140 Warner Blvd., Suite 314, Burbank, CA 91505; (818) Organized Joseph Maurer, Bradley Wigor, partners. (Produces quality television entertainment.) Henley, Arthur, Productions 234 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10001; (718) Arthur Henley, president. (Production, writing consultation, live and film.) Make Up Your Mind. Henson Productions 117 E. 69th St., New York, NY 10021; (212) The Story Teller. Mother Goose. The Ghost of Fafner Hall. Jim Henson's Muppet Babies. ITC Entertainment Group Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604; FAX: (818) Domestic Distribution: Richard Colbert, sr. exec. v.p.; L.D. Harrison, mgr., sls. & admin.; Henry Urick, v.p., mrkting; John Herrin, v.p., ancillary sls.; Charlie Keys, v.p., western sls.; James Ricks, Jr., sr. v.p., southeastern sls.; Mike Russo, v.p. eastern sls.; Tbny Dwyer, v.p., midwestem sls. International Distribution: James P. Marrinan, sr. exec. v.p. & gen. mgr. intl.; Valerie Bisson-Delcourt, dir., intl. sls. admin.; Armando Nufiez, exec. v.p., foreign sales; Doralea Rosenberg, gen. mgr., ITC of Canada; Josh Eibaum, v.p. intl. sls. Series: Tic Tac Dough (260 half-hours, color); Secrets & Mysteries (26 half-hours, color); Thunderbirds 2086 (24 half-hours, color); The Saint (114 hrs., 43 color); Return of The Saint (22, color); Edward The King (13 one -hours, color); When Havoc Struck (12 half-hours, color); The Protectors (52 half-hours); My Partner the Ghost (26 hours); Department S (28 hours); The Persuaders (22 hours); The Adventurer (26 half-hours); The Baron (26 hours); Man in a Suitcase (28 hours); The Prisoner (17 hours); Secret Agent (45 hours); Fury (114 half-hours); Space: 1999 (40 hours, color). Features: Entertainment Volume Eight (18 features in color, including "The Big Easy," "Billionaire Boys Club," "Young Doctors in Love"); Entertainment Volume Seven (16 features in color, including "High Road to China," "Lassiter," "The Boys in Company C"); Entertainment Volume Six (16 features in color, including "Amos," "Not My Kid," & "Malice in Wonderland"); Entertainment Volume Five (16 features in color, including "All of Me," "Halloween," & "Sophie's Choice"); Entertainment Volume Four (16 features in color, including "On Golden Pond," "The Great Muppet Caper," & "The Elephant Man"); Entertainment Volume Three (16 features in color including "All Quiet on the Western Front," & "The Jazz Singer"); Entertainment Volume Two (16 features in color, including "The Boys from Brazil," "Capricorn One," & "Movie, Movie"); Entertainment, Volume One (14 features in color, including "The Return of the Pink Panther," "The Eagle Has Landed," and "Great Expectations"); The Thrillers (43 made -for -television movies, color). SST: Super Space Theatre (13 science fiction films); Hammer House of Horror Double Feature (6 double features or 12 one -hr. features); Cinema 12 (12 features). Specials: Superlative Seven (musical -variety hour specials, color, starring Julie Andrews, Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme, Ethel Merman, etc.); The Very Special Seven (musical -variety hour specials, color, starring Julie Andrews, Peggy Lee, Dick Van Dyke, etc.) Image Organization, Inc Sunset Blvd., Suite 915, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) Pierre David, chairman and CEO; Lawrence Goebel, senior vice president; Mark A. Horowitz, vice president, international sales; James Botko, director of acquisitions; W. Lee Matis, director of marketing. (International distribution of motion pictures, home video and television.) Imagine Films Entertainment Inc Century Park East, Suite 2300, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, partners; Robert A. Harris, pres., motion pictures and TV; Joyce Brotman, sr. v.p., television; Todd Bergesen, v.p., television; Adene Walters, v.p., controller; Terry Spazek, sr. v.p., physical production. Independent -International Pictures Corp. Executive Plaza, 223 Route 18, East Brunswick, NY 08816; (201) Samuel M. Sherman, pres.; Dan Q. Kennis, chmn.; Al Adamson, exec. v.p. (Television distributor and packager -producer of feature film packages, TV specials, TV series.) Feature packages: Scream Showcase: Beyond the Living, Demons of the Dead, Doctor Dracula, Exorcism at Midnight, In Search of Dracula, Man with the Synthetic Brain, Midnight, Ship of Zombies, Terror of Frankenstein, Vampire Men of the Lost Planet, Hand of Power, Night Fiend, Horror of the Werewolf, Voice from the Grave; Action Group: The Gun Riders, Mission to Death, The Fakers, Queen of Sheba, The Barbarians, Submarine Attack, Fighting Rats of Tobruk, Money; Drive In Theatre: The Murder Gang, Intrigue in the Orient, Blazing Stewardesses, The Naughty Stewardesses, Trapped in the Desert, The Smiling Maniacs, Syndicate Sadists. Independent Network, Inc Olympic Blvd., Suite 1100, West Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) ; Telex: INITEL FV LSA; FAX: (213) Iry Holender, pres.; Irving D. Ross, Dir. of U.S. sls. (Distribution & syndication; producers of films.) 104 hours of G.L.O. W. (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling). 425

111 16 features-movie Madness #1. 14 features-ninja/kung Fu Theatre. 10 new features. 26 Auto International episodes. The Adventures of Oliver Twist (animated 93 min.). Hayley Mills-Storybook series (13 half -hr. mixed animation). Interlingual Television, K.K. Mori Bldg. No. 7,1-11, 3-chone Toranomom, Minato -Ku Tokyo, Japan. Tel.: ; Cable Interlingual Tokyo; Telex: J22862, Interim, Tokyo. Largest independent distributor of Iblevision films in the the Far East, with affiliate offices in Australia, USA, Europe. Sub - licenses in Japan and other countries over 4,000 half-hours of telecasting film of U.S., European and Australian origin. Adventures of Long John Silver; Space Angel Cartoons; Four Seasons of Japan; Speed and Action; Big Challenge; Golf Around the World; Wings to Adventure; Let's Travel; World's Great Adventures; Filopat and Pitafil; Popeye the Sailor; Funny Company; Joe & The Bees; New Avengers; Spunky & Tadpole; The Living Ocean; In the Kingdom of the Dolphin; Wild World of the East; The Lighthouse; Alburria-A Trip to Remember; Here Comes the Grump; Texas Jack and His Pals; Famous Fairytales; Wonderful World of Brother Buzz; Feature films (color, 27 titles); George; Color Classics-The Best of the Past. International Film Bureau Inc. 332 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60604; (312) Wesley Greene, pres. (Distributes live action, animated shorts, documentaries. Curriculum and general audience films for television.) International Film Exchange, Ltd. (A Today Home Entertainment Company) 201 W. 52 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; Cable: IFEX- REP-New York; Telex: FAX: (212) ; 9200 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) ; Telex: ; FAX: (213) Gerald J. Rappoport, Emanuel L. Wolf, Richard Grisar, Beulah Rappoport, Joy Pereths, Stephanie Holm, Robert Newman, exec. officers. (International distributors and producers of theatrical, non -theatrical, educational and television films.) J JEF Films Inc. Film House, 143 Hickory Hill Circle, Osterville, MA 03265; (508) ; FAX: (508) Organized Branches: Los Angeles, CA (Film Classic Exchange); Australia, New Zealand, England, France, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Canada, Fiji, Switzerland, Austria, West Germany, Italy, Monaco, Ireland, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Luxembourg, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia. Owns: Film Classic Exchange, XTC Video, WHAM! Video!, VIP Video, JEF Video line, JEF Films International, PHD Video, The Stock Exchange (stock footage). Jeffrey H. Aikman, CEO; Elsie Aikman, v.p.; Jo -Anne Polak, sis. mgr.; Janie Barber, promotions mgr; (Produces and distributes in the following media: television (network and syndication), motion pictures, home video, pay per view, non -theatrical. Also stock footage library of 30,000 films.) KLW International Inc. K P.O. Box 806, Marmora, NJ 08223; (609) Organized Kevin L. Weakland, chairman/pres.; George Weakland, vice pres.; Shannon Weakland, secretary; Helyn Weakland, treasurer; Michael Beaumont, general mgr.. (Entertainment production, financing, and consulting.) Stacy Keach Productions 5216 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91607; (818) Stacy Keach, Sr., pres.; Mary Keach, v.p.; James Keach, secty. (Producer of films, commercials, public information films.) Properties: Living Proof; Back in Action; Approved Exercises for Senior Citizens; Approved Exercises for the Heart Patient. M. A. Kempner, Inc W. Hillsboro Blvd., #110, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442; (305) ; FAX: (305) ; WATS: (800) Marvin A. Kempner, pres. Killiam Shows, Inc. 6 E. 39 St., New York, NY 10016; (212) Paul Killiam, pres.; John Rogers, v.p. (Produces and distributes programs about silent films stock footage.) King Features Entertainment Inc. 235 E. 45 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) Telex: J. F. D'Angelo, chmn.; Bruce L. Paisner, pres.; William E. Miller, exec. v.p.; Leonard Soglio, v.p, domestic sis. mgr.; Samuel Gang, intl. sis. mgr. King International Corporation 124 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) Frank King, pres.; Herman King, v.p. (Produces TV series.) Maya. King World Productions, Inc Broadway, New York, NY 10010; (212) E) Camino Dr., Suite 305, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1400, Chicago, IL 60611; (312) Roger M. King, bd. ehm.; Steve Palley, COO; Michael G. King, pres.; Sid Cohen, sr. v.p., sls.; Jeffrey Epstein, chief financial officer; Av Westin, sr. v.p. reality -based programming; Fred Cohen, head intl. sales div.; E. V. DiMassa, Jr., v.p. programming & dev.; Jonathan Birkhann, v.p. legal & business affairs; Kevin Stein, v.p. dev., West Coast; Allyson Kossow, v.p., public relations. Properties: 'k hr. strips: Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, Headline Chasers. Movie Packages: Classic Detectives (34); Epics (5); Spotlight 10 (10); Popcorn Theatre (15). Off -net: Topper, Guns of Will Sennett, Branded. Specials: Drug Wars (I hr.), Wards of the Street (1 hr.). Inside Edition. Walter J. Klein Company, Ltd Carmel Rd., Box 2087, Charlotte, NC ; (704) Walter J. Klein, pres.; Richard A. Klein, v.p. sales; David Jordan, controller; Betsy Klein, print sales dir.; Roxanne Mason, distribution dir.; Terry Losardo, production dir.; David Sherwin, editorial dir.; Charles Shedd, Jonathan Quade, Salvatore Messina, directors; Brady Brandwood, editor; Elizabeth Noricum, Barbara Cade, distribution assts.; Denise Joseph, Sandra Newton, Betty Stephens, Mary Babcock, John Edwards, administration. (Production and free distribution of sponsored films for industry, TV, government, associations for 40 years. complete film facilities on 2 -acre lot.) Steve Krantz Productions Ventura Blvd. #408, Studio City, CA 91604; (818) Steve Krantz, president. (Television production.) Sid & Marty Krofft Picture Corp N. Las Palmas, Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) Marty Krofft, pres., Sid Krofft, v.p. D.C. Follies (Synd.), Red Eye Express (CBS). The Kushner -Locke Co Wilshire Blvd., 9th floor, Los Angeles, CA 90024; (213) Peter Locke, Donald Kushner, principals. Divorce Court (Synd.), 1st & Ten (HBO); Relatively Speaking (Synd.), Sweet Bird of Youth (NBC movie); Your Mother Wears Combat Boots (NBC). L LBS Communications Inc. 875 Third Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) ; 9220 Sunset Blvd., Suite IOTA, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) ; 625 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60611(312) ; Midway Rd., Suite 220, Dallas, TX 75244; (214) Henry Siegel, chmn. & pres.; John Storrier, corporate exec. v.p., dir.; Phil Howort, president, LBS Telecommunications; Jon Not - 426

112 a tingham, president, LBS Distribution; Paul Siegel, president, LBS Entertainment; Michael Weiden, president, TV Horizons; Ira Bernstein, executive v.p., TV Horizons; lbny Intelisano, executive v.p., marketing & research; Rand Stoll, executive v.p., LBS Telecommunications; John Mansfield, sr. v.p., Western Region; Louise Perillo, sr., v.p., personnel administration; Gary Wald, sr., v.p., general mgr., LBS International; Joanne Burns, v.p., research services; Joanne DeRicco, v.p., creative services; Lou Israel, v.p., Midwest Region; Bill Smither, v.p., Northwest Region. Series: Family Feud. Live Event Specials: Return to the Titantic, Exploring Psychic Powers, UFO Cover -Up... The Mystery of the Pyramids, Manhunt, Hunt for the Stolen War Treasures. Children: Police Academy; The Series (65 half hour episodes and 2 -hr movie); The Real Ghostbusters (99 half hours); He -Man; Heathcliff (86 half hours); Mask (75 half hours); Inspector Gadget (86 half hours). Features/Packages: It Nearly Wasn't Christmas; Mussolini: The Untold Story; Hope Diamonds (II Bob Hope feature films). Specials: Adventures in Space; The Billy Martin Celebrity Roast; Crimebeat; Smithsonian Treasures; Test Series. Series/Off-Network: What's Happening!! (131 half hours); Crazy Like a Fox (74); Gidget (80 episodes); Hardcastle & McCormick (67); Family (85); The Monkees (58 half hours). LBS Classics: Burns & Allen (239 half hours); Dennis the Menace (146 half hours); The Donna Reed Show (153 half hours); Eischied (12 hours); Father Knows Best (191 half hours); Flying Nun (82 half hours); Ghost Story (22 hours); Hazel (156 half hours); Jungle Jim (26 half hours); Wild Bill Hickok (113 half hours); Route 66 (116 half hours). Titles from Corporation for Entertainment and Learning (CEL): America: The Way We Were (1 3 -hour); Kennedy: A Celebration of His Life and Times (1 3 -hour); A Walk Through the 20th Century (19 I -hour); Creativity (17 1 -hour). From International Creative Exchange (ICE): John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1 hour); Marilyn Monroe (half-hour); Almanac (377 shorts); Battle Line (39 half-hours); Biography (65 half-hours). The Landsburg Co., Inc W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) Alan Landsburg, chm. of bd.; Howard Lipstone, pres; Kay Hoffman, exec. v.p.; Lindy DeKoven, v.p., movies & mini-series; Jane Lipstone, v.p., pub.; Victor Paddock, v.p., business affairs; Thomas Igner, controller. (Producer for TV and theatrical films and TV film and tape series.) Don Lane Pictures, Inc. 545 Eighth Ave., New York, NY 10018; (212) ; FAX: (212) Donald J. Lane, pres., producer/director; Thomas Lalicki, v.p., producer; Carol Laufer, prod. mgr. (Produces medical, agricultural and industrial film and video tape, worldwide.) Herbert S. Laufman & Company 8140 Rideway, Skokie, IL 60076; (312) Herbert S. Lauf - man,. pres. (Producers and distributors of live & film programs.) It's Baby Time (52). Robert Lawrence Enterprises 305 Madison Ave., Suite 1146, New York, NY 10165; (212) Robert L. Lawrence. Leach Entertainment Features 875 Third Ave., 18th Floor, New York, NY 10022; (212) Fame, Fortune & Romance (Synd.); Runaway with the Rich and Famous (Synd.); Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous (Synd.); The Rich & Famous 1988 World's Best (Synd.). Herbert Leonard Enterprises, Inc Fulton Ave., Van Nuys, CA 91401; (818) Herbert B. Leonard, pres.; Walter Bernstein, v.p.; James P. Tierney, Esq., secty. (Producers of filmed series and feature films.) Herbert B. Leonard produced Rin Tin Tin (164); Naked City (138); Route 66 (116); Popi (U.A.); produced and directed Going Home (MGM); Ladies Man (series); Breaking Away (pilot). Levinson Entertainment Ventures International, Inc. 650 North Bronson Ave., Suite 250, Los Angeles, CA 90004; (213) Organized Robert S. Levinson, pres.; Sandra S. Levinson, vice pres.; Jed Leland. Jr., director of dev.; Deborah Scott, prod. associate. (Video, television, and film development and production. Affiliated with Program Partners Corp., N.Y.; Edge Records, L.A. and Together Productions, L.A. on co -prods.) Liberty Studios, Inc. 238 E. 26 Street, New York, NY 10010; (212) Organized Anthony Lover, pres., producer -director; David Bruce, George Apostol, directors. (Complete live action and special effects production, including motion control graphics, blue screen. Owns and operates fully equipped sound stages, editing/optical facilities, camera lighting, grip and sound equipment, equipment transfer trucks for sound stage as well as location shooting. Video production includes off-line room and on-line Beta.) Jack Lieb Productions, Inc. 100 West #4 Erie St., Chicago, IL Warren H. Lieb, pres.; Charles Kite, editor; Toba J. Cohen, prod. -dir. (Audio-visual producers). Llonheart Television International 1762 Westwood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024; (213) (Distributor) Frank R. Miller, pres. & CEO; Thy Voye, exec. v.p.; David Friedman, sr. v.p. com. sis.; Ray Krafft, v.p. pub. TV sis. Lorimar Television Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90230; (213) Network series: Dallas; Falcon Crest; Knots Landing; Perfect Strangers; The Hogan Family, Full House, Midnight Caller, Paradise. First -tun syndication: Mama's Family; It's a Living; ThunderCats; Love Connection; The People's Court; SilverHawks; Superior Court; She's the Sheriff; Freddy's Nightmares, Fun House, Family Medical Center, Gumby, N.I. W.S. (New Information Weekly Service). Mini-series: Jack the Ripper. Lott Video Productions The Lott Bldg., PO. Box 1107, Santa Monica, CA; (213) D. N. Lon, owner. (Producers of film commercials.) M MCA Television 445 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) West Coast: 100 Universal Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608; (818) ; FAX: (818) (For officers see listing under Companies) Series/First Run: Out Of This World (24/28, strip 100 episodes); Lassie (weekly barter half -hr.); My Secret Identity (24/28 halfhrs.); The Munsters Today (24/28 half-hrs.); Inside Report (half - hr.); Charles in Charge (126 half -hr. episodes). Series/Off-Network: One -hour: Simon & Simon (156); Black Sheep Squadron (35); Magnum (162); The Columbo/McCloud/McMillan Mystery Movies (124); Quincy (148); Buck Rogers (37 I -hr. or 25 1-hrs. & 6 two-hrs.); Kojak (118); The Rockford Files (125); BJ/ Lobo Show (85 half-hrs. or 86 hrs.); The Incredible Hulk (85); Emergency! (136); The A Team (98); Five Star Mystery: Delvecchio/Ellery Queen/Mrs. Colombo/O'Hara (87); Best Sellers I & I (incl. Captains and the Kings, Once and Eagle, Wheels -63); honside (198); It Takes a Thief (65); Run For Your Life (85); Thriller (67); Barbetta (82); Alias Smith or Jones (43); The Six Million Dollar Man (108); The Bionic Woman (58). Series: Half-hours: Amen (110); Gimme a Break (137); That's Incredible (165); The Jack Benny Show (104); Kate and Allie (122); Leave It to Beaver (234); The Munsters (70); The Deputy (76); Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (78); Rod Serling's Night Gallery (97). Series: 90 -min.: Banacek (16); The Bold Ones (98); The Name of the Game (76); The Deputy (76 half-hrs.); Men from Shiloh (23); Wagon Train (32). Features/Packages: Universal Pictures Debut Network (33 features); Universal Pictures Debut Network II (35 features); Universal Pictures Debut Ill (31 features); Film Fest I (22 TV films); Universal's Most Wanted List (15); The Hit List (36); Universal Network Movies (85-52 two -hr., 3311 hrs.); Battlestar Galactica (12 two - hr. movies or 24 one-hrs.); Champagne Movies 34 (34); Universal Pictures Exploitable 13 (12 features); Universal Pictures Prestige 13 (13); Ninety Minutes Movies (49 made -for -TV); Universal Grand 50 (48); Universal Marvelous Ten (IO TV movies); Universal Network Movies 85 (84-2 hr. and 90 min. TV movies); Comedy Festival I (26); Paramount Pre '48 (496); Paramount

113 Select (100); Universal 53 (50); Universal 123 (114, 92 color); Universal Color One Hundred (99); Abbott and Costello (29); Reserve (169); Diabolic Dozen (12); Dead End Kids Movies. MCA Television International 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608; (818) ; TWX: ; FAX: (818) Colin P. Davis, pres.; Peter Hughes, v.p. marketing; Albert Barbee, mgr., intl. product services; Katarina Franz, mgr., intl. promotion. Sales Offices: Brazil: Rua Said Aiach, 305, São Paulo, Brazil; , Wanderley Fucciolo, v.p.; Australia: Universal House, Poplst & Pelican St., Sydney, NSW, Australia 2000; , Pat Cleary, v.p.; Japan: Maison Hirakawa Bldg., Hirakawa-cho, Chiyoda-ku, 'lbkyo; , Keinosuke Kuragaki, v.p.; Canada: 2450 Victoria Park Ave., Willowdale, Toronto, Ontario MN 4A2, Canada; (416) , Ron Suter, mgr. of sales; Lebanon: Mutran Atalah St., Chahman Bldg., Fassouh Achrafieh, P.O. Box , Beirut; , Kemal Sayegh, v.p.; France: 8 Rue La Boetie, Paris 75008, France; , Roger Cordjohn, v.p., Hendrik van Dualen, v.p.; England: 1 Hamilton Mews, W1V 9FF, England; (01) , Roger Cordjohn, v.p., Bernadette Vacher, sales exec. (MCA TV International is a company involved in developing, producing and distributing television programming. The company's film library consists of over 300 world premieres and TV movies as well as Universal features.) Series: Half -Hour: Adam -12 (174); Adam -I2 (26 new), Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1 2 -hr.; 78 half-hrs.); Amen (89); BI/Lobo (88); Bustin' Loose (26); Charles in Charge (126); Coach (26); Coming of Age (15); The D.A. (15); Domestic Life (10); Don Adams Screen Test (13); Dragnet (98); Dragnet Today (26); Family Affair (138); Family Man (7); Fay (10); Fast Times (7); Foul -Ups, Bleeps & Blunders (28); Four Seasons (13); George Burns Comedy Week (13); Gimme a Break (134 half-hrs./1 I -hr.); Good Times Harry (1 1-hr./5-half-hrs.); Harper Valley (29); He's the Mayor (13); Holmes & Yoyo (13); House Calls (57); Knight and Daye (7); Lassie (24); Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills (8); Major Dad (13); Mr. Terrific (17); The Munsters Today (48); My Secret Identity (48); Night Gallery/ Sixth Sense (97); Nobody's Perfect (8); No Soap Radio (5); Operation Petticoat (32 half-hrs./1 2 -hr.); Out of This World (72); Partners (20); Puttin' On the Hits (134 half-hrs./1 2 -hr.); Puttin' on the Kids (14); Safari to Adventure (24); The Street (40); Sunshine (13 half-hrs./1 2 -hr.); Timmy (25); Tbgether We Stand (19); 7brnabout (7). Series: Hour: A Year in the Life (22); Almost Grown (12 hr./12-hr.); Airwolf (78 hr./1 2 -hr.); The A -Team (96 hr./4 2 -hr.); Alfred Hitchcock Hour (93); Alias Smith & Jones (48 hr./2 90 -min.); Aloha Paradise (7 hr./1 2 -hr.); BJ & the Bear (42 hr./1 90-min/2 2 -hr.); Blacke's Magic (12 hr./1 2 -hr.); Black Sheep Squadron (35 hr./1 2 -hr.); Beretta (82); Battlestar Galactica (34/12 2 -hr.); Bionic Woman (58); The Bold Ones (100); Buck Rogers (29/4 2 -hr); Chase (22 hr./i 90 -min.); Chrysler Theatre (37); City of Angels (13); Cliffhangers (11 or 8 2-hrs.); Class of '85 (18); Codename Foxfire (7 hr./12-hr.); The Contender (4 hr./190-min.); Crisis (57); Dalton (2 hr./2 2 -hr.); Darkroom (7); Delvecchio (20); Doctors' Hospital (13 hr./12-hr.); Don Knotts Hours (24); The Duke (4 hr./1 2 -hr.); Eddie Capra Mysteries (lt hr./2 2-hrs.); Ellery Queen (22 hr./1 2 -hr.); Emergency (136); The Equalizer (88); Family Holvak (10); Fitz & Bones (4 hr./i 2 -hr.); Gangster Chronicles (Il hr./1 2 -hr.); Gemini Man (Il hr./1 2 -hr.); Get Christie Love (22); Griff (12 hr./1 2 -hr.); Hard Copy (10 hr./190-min.); Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew (48); Hawaiian Heat (10 hr./i 2 -hr.); Incredible Hulk (85); The Insiders (13); Invisible Man (12 hr./1 90 -min.); leonside (188 hr./7 2 -hr.); It "Dikes a Thief (68); Jigsaw (8 hr./1 90 -min.); Kate Loves a Mystery -Mrs. Columbo (14 hr.); Kingston: Confidential (15); Knight Rider (78 hr./6 2 -hr.); Kojak (113 hr./3 2-hr/1 3 -hr.); The Law (3 hr./1150-min.); The Law and Harry McGraw (15 hr./1 2 -hr.); Legmen (8); Little Women (6); Lobo (37 hr./1 2 -hr.); Lucas Tanner (22); Magnum, P.I. (I50 hr./8 2 -hr.); Man and the City (15 hr./1 2 -hr.); Marcus Welby, M.D. (170); Matt Lincoln (16 hr./190- min.); McNaughton's Daughter (3 hr./1 2 -hr.); Men (13); Miami Vice (108 hr./3 2 -hr.); Misfits of Science (15 hr./i2-hr. ); Mobil One (13 hr./190-min.); Murder, She Wrote (130 hr./1 2-hr./I 90 -min.); Night Gallery (30 hr./15 half -hr.); Night Stalker (20); O'Hara, U.S. Treasury (22 hr./1 2 -hr.); Oregon 'rail (13); Otherworld (8); Outlaws (11 hr./12-hr.); Outsiders (28 hr./12-hr.); Owen Marshall (69 hr./1 2 -hr.); Private Eye (II hr./1 2 -hr.); Probe (6 hr./1 2 -hr.); Psychiatrist (6); Quantum Leap (22 hr./12-hr.); Quincy (143 hr./1 90 -min.); Rich Man, Poor Man (30 hr./i 2 -hr.); Road West (29); Rockford Files (120 hr./3 90 -min.); Rosetti and Ryan (6 hr./1 2 -hr.); Run for Your Life (85); Salute (12); Sara (12); Sarge (14); Scene of the Crime (5); S.F. International (8); Shannon (10); Shirley (14); Sierra (11 hr./i 90 -min.); Simon & Simon (152 hr./2 2 -hr.); The Six Million Dollar Man (96 hr./3 2-hr./3 90 -min.); Sixth Sense (25); Stone (II); Street Hawk (12 hr./1 90 -min.); Sugar Ray Leonard's Golden Gloves (26); Survivors/Paris 7000 (25); Switch (70 hr./190-min.); Sword of Justice (7 hr./3 2 -hr.); Ties of the Gold Monkey (20 hr./1 2 -hr.); Tbma (22); Voyagers! (20); When the Whistle Blows (10); Whiz Kids (18). Series: 90 Minutes: Men from Shiloh (24); Name of the Game (78); The Virginian (225); Wagon 'rain (32). Mystery Movies: Amy Prentiss (1 90-thin./2 2 -hr.); Banacek (16); Columbo (27); Cool Million (4); Faraday & Co. (4); Heck Ramsey (3 90-min./7 2 -hr.); Madigan (6); McCloud (19 90-min./81-hr./21 2 -hr.); McCoy (4 2-hr./1 90 -min.); McMillan & Wife ( min./18 2 -hr.); New Mystery Movies (14 2 -hr.); Snoop Sisters (4); Tenafly (5). Children: Children's Theatre: Alice in Wonderland (81 min.); Puss in Boots (93 min.); The Red Shoes (79 min.); Wind in the Willows (75 min.). Bionic Six (86 half -hr.); Blinkins (3 half -hr.); Calvin & the Colonel (26 half -hr.); Donkey Kong/Donkey Kong Junior (16 half -hr.); Emergency + 4 (28 half -hr.); Woody Woodpecker & Friends (113 half -hr.). Mini -Series: A Year in the Life (3 2 -hr.); Aspen (3 2 -hr.); The Bastard (2 2 -hr.); Beggarman Thief (2 2 -hr.); Black Beauty (6 80 -thin.); Brave New World (2 2 -hr.); Captains & the Kings (6 2 -hr. or min.); Centennial (10 2-hr./2 3 -hr.); Condominium (2 2 -hr.); Desperado: Western Movie Series (3 2 -hr.); Evening in Byzantium (2 2 -hr.); Gossip Columnist (2-hr.); Guts & Glory (4 1 -hr.); Harvest Homes (1 2 -hr. or 1 3 -hr.); Immigrants (2 2 -hr.); Last Convertible (3 2 -hr.); Little Women (2 2 -hr.); Loose Change (3 2 -hr.); Masada (4 2 -hr.); Once and Eagle (2 2-hr./5 1 -hr.); Peter & Paul (2 2 -hr.); The Rebels (2 2 -hr.); Rhinemann Exchange (2 2-hr./I 1 -hr.); The Seekers (2 2 -hr.); Seventh Avenue (3 2-hr./6 1 -hr.); Seventy -Nine Park Avenue (3 2 -hr.); Testimony of TWo Men (3 2-hr./6 I -hr.); Treasure Island (4-hr.); Twelfth Night (1 2 -hr.); Wheels (5 2 -hr.); Women in White (1 2 -hr.; 2 1 -hr.). Specials: E.T. and Friends (I-hr.); Ray Charles Concert (1 -hr.); Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter (3 1 -hr.); The Complete Beatles (I 1 -hr); The Lorena Lynn Concert (I-hr.); Utopia Concert (1 -hr.). Features/Packages: Over 2,500 Universal features including pre -'48 Paramount titles, movies -for-television (over hr. and over min. world premieres and TV movies). M.C.E.G., Inc./Manson International 2400 Broadway Ave., Suite 100, Santa Monica, CA 90404; (213) ; FAX: (213) ; Telex: MCEG UT. John Alexander, v.p., international sales. Distributors of 300 plus feature films, documentaries and entertainment specials to the international theatrical, video, cable TV and broadcast TV markets. MGM/UA Television Distribution 1350 Ave. of the Americas, New York, NY 10019; (212) (For officers and personnel see listing under Companies.) MGS Services A subsidiary of Viacom International Inc., 619 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; FAX: (212) ; (212) Chicago, IL: 201 E. Erie St., 60611; (312) ; Los Angeles, CA: Burbank Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) MPO Videotronics, Inc Turquoise Circle, Newbury Park, CA 91320; (805) ; FAX: (805) ; Mark Barker, West. Reg. Mgr. New York: 619 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; FAX: (212) ; Jeff Greenberg, East Reg. Mgr. Chicago: 5999 New Wilke Rd., Suite 204, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008; (312) ; FAX: (312) ; Bill Bailey, M.W. Reg. Mgr. Atlanta: (404) ; FAX: (404) ; Skip Bulkley, S.E. Reg. Mgr. Canada: 85 Curlew Drive, Don Mills, ONT M3A 2P8; (416) ; FAX: (416) MRC Films Inc. 71 W. 23 St., New York, NY 10010; (212) Lawrence Mollot, exec. producer. (Producer of corporate, documentary, television films and TV commercials.) MTM Studio Center, 4024 Radford Ave., Studio City CA 91604; (818) (For corporate officers see Television Companies section.) Capital News (ABC). FM (NBC). Newhart (CBS). Madison Square Garden Network 2 Pennsylvania Plaza, New York, NY 10121; (212) ; FAX: (212) Robert Gutkowski, exec. v.p., MSG Communications Group; Martin Brooks, v.p., programming & network opera - 428

114 _._L _1_.._i tions; Lee Berke, v.p., marketing; Doug Moss, v.p., advertising sales; Paul Schneider, dir., public relations; Pete Silverman, v.p., exec. producer. Live Events: New York Knickerbockers basketball; New York Rangers hockey; New York Yankees baseball; College football and basketball, pro wrestling, pro boxing, track and field, tennis. Manley Productions, Inc. Ill W. 57 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) Janice Manley, pres.; Walter H. Manley, gen. mgr.; Pat Hart, sis. mgr.; Robert Pistella, asst. sales mgr.; Mary Kay McTague, controller. Cable: WALTMANLY; Telex: ; FAX: (212) (Producers and distributors.) Marathon International Productions, Inc. Box BJ. Amagansett, NY 11930; (516) ; FAX: (516) Konstantin Kaiser, pres. and exec. producer. (Produce & distribute motion pictures and public information films.) Marvel Productions Ltd S. Bundy, Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) Animated series: Dinoriders (Synd.), Jim Henson's Muppet Babies (CBS, in assn. with Jim Henson Prods.), Robocop (Synd.), Monster Bed (ABC), Rude Dog and the Dweebs (CBS). Medallion TV Enterprises, Inc Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069; (213) Telex: FAX: (213) John A. Ettlinger, production. (Producers and distributors of film programs for TV, commercials, packages of live programs, local and network.) Celebrity Billiards (30); Wrestling Stars of the 60s; High Road To Danger (39); Kingdom of the Sea (41); Wonders of the World (117); Star Route (26); Creeping Terror Package-Volumes I, II, Ill & IV, 20/20 Feature Package; Las Vegas Fight of the Week (26); The New Roller Derby (26 hrs.); Wrestling Spectacular (26 hrs.); Man Who Skied Down Mt. Everest (90 min. special); Dinah East (95 min. special); Something Else (39 half hrs.); Scrooge's Rock and Roll Christmas (1 -hour special); Elm Street: The Making of a Nightmare (1 -hour special); Action 1 -Action 11(60 min. specials). Milner-Fenwick, Inc Greenspring Dr., Timonium, MD 21093; (301) David Milner, pres.; Richard Milner, v.p.; Michael Quitt, sales mgr., V.P. (Producers of medical, educational, training and documentary films and video-tapes-16mm, Super 8mm, '/." and 'h" video. Full motion picture services including sound recording, animation, live photography and editing.) Mode 2 Productions P.O. Box 8050, Pittsburgh, PA 15216; (412) Robert L. Stone, pres.; James M. Seng, v.p. (Producers of documentary and industrial sales and safety films and television commercials.) Modern Sound Pictures, Inc Howard St., Omaha, Nebraska, 68102; (402) Keith T. Smith, pres. (Distributor of over 200 feature films and 300 shorts.) Modern Talking Picture Service, Inc. General Offices: 5000 Park St., North, St. Petersburg, FL 33709; (813) (Distributor of free -loan sponsored films and videocassettes, and collateral materials.) Divisions Modern TV: Distributor of free -loan 16mm-sound and color motion pictures and videocassettes. TV NewsBridge produces and distributes VNRs to TV stations and cable systems. PR-NewsBridge produces and distributes PSA to TV stations and cable systems. TV spot newsclips and public service announcements for television stations. Modern Video Programs: Distributor of programs and series for Cable Television Stations. Modern Satellite Services: Distributor of programs and services. Affiliations Modern Telecommunications, Inc. One Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, New York, NY 10017; (212) Robert Weisgerger, pres. (A post -production company specializing in videotape services). Moffitt -Lee Productions 1438 N. Gower St., Suite 250, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) ; FAX: (213) Organized John Moffitt, exec. prod. - dir.; Pat Tourk Lee, exec. prod.: Amy Kimelman, cooed. prod.: Man Neuman, prod., Not Necessarily the News; Vic Kaplan, prod. consultant; Nancy Kurshner, assoc. producer. (Television production.) Motion Picture Service Co., Inc. 125 Hyde St., San Francisco, CA 94102; (415) Lino Kwong, operations mgr. (Theatre advertising, special trailers, animated film strips, optical sound services, color film lab, computer graphics.) Motown Productions 345 N. Maple Dr., #235, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (213) Motown on Showtime Series: Smokey Robinson. Rollergames (ABC). Small Sacrifices (ABC). Movietonews, Inc. (20th Century -Fox Film Corp.) 460 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; FAX: Fox Film Corp.: (212) (Stock film library, international newsreels.) Multimedia Entertainment 75 Rockefeller Plaza, 22nd Floor, New York, NY 10019; (212) ; FAX: (212) Peter Lund, pres.; Thomas Shannon, v.p., syndication sales; Diane Sass, v.p., marketing & research; Steve Fadem, v.p., business affairs; Robert Teach, v.p., finance; Tom Robertson, v.p., special programs. (A division of Multimedia, Inc., a diversified media communications company, headquartered in Greenville, SC, which publishes 14 daily and 40 non -daily newspapers, owns and operated 4 network -affiliated TV stations and 7 radio stations, operates more than 100 cable franchises in 4 states and produces and syndicates Emmy Award - winning shows Donahue and Sally Jessy Raphael.) Division: Spectrum. (same address), Joseph Cifarelli, v.p. Donahue. Sally Jessy Raphael. Young People's Specials. An Appointment with Sherlock Holmes. The 23rd Annual Music City News Country Awards. NBC international, Ltd. N 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10112; (212) Robert C. Blackmore, exec. vice pres., NBC-TV; Mike Perez, v.p., intl. sis.; Eric J. Stanley, dr., intl. sis. Movies, mini-series, children's shows, comedy and drama series, sporting events, information programs, news programs, etc. NBC News Video Archives 30 Rockefeller Plaza. New York, NY 10112; (212) ; FAX: (212) Complete archives of NBC News. NBC Productions 330 Bob Hope Drive., Burbank, CA 91523; (818) A Brand New Life (aka Blended Family); American River; Blessed; Family Man; Generations; Hardball; Mancuso F.B.I., The Nerd. Repeat Performance; Saved by the Bell; Strange Bedfellows; Truck One. Nelvana 32 Atlantic Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6K 1X8; (416) ; Michael Hirsch, chmn.; Patrick Loubert, pres.; Clive Smith, treas.; 9000 Sunset Blvd., Suite 911, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) ; Stanford Blum, exec. v.p. (Animation production.) Barbara Animated TV Series (HBO). Beetlejuice Animated TV Series (ABC). The Care Bear Family (ABC). 429

115 T and T (Synd.). Animated Feature: Barbar: The Movie. New Century Telecommunications 545 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) (Producer and distributor) Robert B. Morin, pres.; David Skillman, v.p., sis.; Jack E. Dube, v.p. intl.; Gene Lavelle, v.p., opus.; Steven Orr, v.p. sis. New World Television 1440 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) (For officers and personnel see listing under companies.) Santa Barbara (NBC); Tour of Duty (CBS); The Wonder Years (ABC); The Robert Guillaume Show (ABC); Elvis: Good Rockin' Tonight (ABC); False Witness (NBC movie); Nick Knight (CBS movie); Mick & Frankie (ABC); Hardball (CBS movie). Nostalgia Productions 1555 S. Cardiff, Los Angeles, CA 90035; (213) Carla Howard, pres.; Scott Ben-Yashar, de, opus. (Producer of custom family documentaries-histories.) Odyssey Filmakers o 1001 N. Poinsettia Place, Hollywood, CA 90046; (213) ; 514 West End Ave., #2C, New York, NY 10024; (212) ; 151 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60601; (312) Sherry Seckel, pres. & exec. prod.; Directors: Bob Abel, Charlie Diercks, Stasch Radwanski, Henry Winkler; Marjorie Perrelli, West Coast rep; Paul Zara, Midwest rep.; Frank Coppola, East Coast rep. (Producers of TV commercials.) Odyssey Productions, Inc. 24 E. 51 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) Lowell Thomas Television series, High Adventure (color -Il); World of Lowell Thomas (half -hour -41). Lillian Okun Productions 307 E. 44 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) , ext. 311N. (Live shows-children and teen-age, women's.) Orbis Communications, Inc. 432 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10016; (212) ; FAX: (212) Robert L. Turner, pres.; John C. Ranck, exec. vice pres., international program sales; Ethan J. Podell exec. vice pres., business affairs; Hilary Hendler, senior vice pres., station sales; Frank Buquicchio, senior vice pres., finance. BRANCH OF- FICES: 8800 Sunset Blvd., Suite 501, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) ; FAX: (213) Neil Russell, senior vice pres., program acquisitions & dev.; 35 East Wacker Dr., Suite 1356, Chicago, IL 60601; (617) ; FAX: (312) (Distributes cash movie package Carolco I, barter package Orbis Showcase Network, game show Joker's Wild, video countdown show Smash Hits, sports information Other Side of Victory, series of Oto's Raising Good Kids in Bad Times.) Orlon Pictures Television, Inc. 711 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10022; 1888 Century Park E., Los Angeles, CA (For officers see listing under Television Companies) Films: Orion Ill Film Package, including Back to School. Series: Cagney & Lacey. First Run: Hollywood Squares, High Rollers. Outdoor News Network 3176 Pullman, Suite 105, Costa Mesa, CA 92626; (714) Organized Sean Foxen, pres.; Bill Rico, vice pres.; Sandy Rice. secty./treas. (Television show.) Jim Owens Companies 1525 McGavock St., Nashville, TN 37203; (615) James W. Owens, pres.; Judy McCracken, secretary. (Program producers of music entertainment and information programs for television syndication and cable network release.) Earl Owensby Studios P.O. Box 184, Shelby, NC 28150; (704) Earl Owensby, pres.; Eugene J. Kimling, pres.; John White Heart, secretary/treasurer. P.A.T. Film Services Inc. P 630 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10036; (212) ; FAX: (212) Ervin Rosenfeld, pres.; Charles Haydon, v.p. secretary; Andrew Cuomo, v.p.; Len Latter, video mgr.; Michael Rosenfeld, roducer. (Produces and distributes TV shows and commercials; /.", VHS &Beta cassettes for distribution. Standards conversion and videotape editing.) Pacific International Enterprises, Inc S. Riverside, Suite #1, P.O. Box 1727, Medford, OR 97501; (503) ; FAX: (503) Arthur R. Dubs, pres.-prod.; Am S. Wihtol, v.p. sales/acquisitions; Barbara J. Brown, secty.- treas.; Paul W. Blumer, media -pub. dir.; Andy Gough, controller/ office mgr. Features: Vanishing Wilderness, Wonder of It All, Challenge To Be Free, American Wilderness, The Adventures of the Wilderness Family, Wilderness Family Part 2, Mountain Family Robinson, Across the Great Divide, Cold River. Great Adventure, Young and Free, The Fourth Wish. Sacred Ground, Windwalker, Mystery Mansion, The Dream Chasers. Pakula Productions, Inc. 330 W. 58 St., Suite 5H, New York, NY 10019; (212) (Motion picture and TV production) Alan J. Pakula, pres.: Hannah C. Pakula, v.p.; Eric Weissmann, secty. Palladium Entertainment, Inc. 444 Madison Ave., 26th floor, New York, NY 10022; (212) ; FAX: (212) Gary Dartnall, Nathaniel T Kwit, Sr. (Producers & distributor of film series). Subsidaries include Lassie Television, Inc. and Lone Ranger Television, Inc. Lassie; Lone Ranger; Lone Ranger Cartoon, Sgt. Preston; Skippy the Bush Kangaroo; Magic of Lassie; Lassie the New Beginning. America at the Movies; An American Christmas Carol; Antonio and the Mayor; Aunt Mary; Bushido Blade; Chu Chu and the Philly Flash; City in Fear; Coffee, Tea or Me; Crime Club; Crisis in Mid - Air; Cutter's Trail; Daddy, I Don't Like It Like This; Deadly Harvest; Death of Innocence; Dr. Max; Escape; Face of Fear; Family Rico; The Four Feathers; Goodbye Raggedy Ann; Graduation Day; Horror at 37,000 Feet; Hunter; I Want to Keep My Baby; Legend of Walks Far Woman; Migrants; Mongo's Back in Town; Mother and Daughter; My Bodyguard; Nightmare; On the Right Track; Orphan Train; Relentless; Revenge of the Stepford Wives; The Seduction of Miss Leona; Something Evil; Thaddeus Rose and Eddie; That Lucky Touch; Travis Logan, D.A.; Visions of Death; When She Was Bad; Zorro the Gay Blade. Additional movie titles: Beyond Reason, Blade in Hong Kong, Cease Fire, The Coca Cola Kid, Consenting Adult, The Empty Beach, The Gold & Glory (aka The Coolangatta Gold), Oliver Twist. The Pilot. Jackpot: Game show strip. Paramount Television 15 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10023; (212) Melrose St., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) For officers and personnel see listing under Companies. Series: Brothers (116 half-hrs.); Webster (150 half-hrs.); Cheers (146+ helf-hrs.); Family Ties (154+ half-hrs.); Taxi (114 halfhrs. ); Happy Days (255 half-hrs.); The Complete Star Trek (127+ hrs.); Love American Style (224 half-hrs.); Mission: Impossible (I7l hrs.); The Untouchables (114 hrs.); The Lucy Show (156 halfhrs.); Mannix (130 hrs.). Series/First Run: The Arsenio Hall Show (6 daily hrs.); War of the Worlds (24 hrs.); Friday the 13th: The Series (26 hrs.); Star Trek: The Next Generation (22 hrs.); Entertainment Tonight (5 daily half-hrs. plus weekend hr. plus two 1 -hr. specials); Geraldo (5 daily hrs.); Hard Copy (5 daily half-hrs.); Joan River (5 daily hrs.). Features/Packages (titles in parentheses): Portfolio XIII (27); Portfolio XII (26); Portfolio XI (22); Special Edition III (55); Special Edition 11(40); Special Edition I (50); Preview IV (18); Preview III (20); Preview H (16); Marquee III (18); Marquee B (17); The Untouchables (3). Mini -Series: Shogun (12 -hr. mini-series formatted for six 2 -hr. episodes and/or one 3 -hr theatrical feature); Winds of War (10 -hr. mini-series formatted for five 2 -hr. episodes). 430

116 Tom Parker Motion Pictures Ventura Blvd., Tarzana, CA 91536; (818) Telex: ; FAX: (818) Tom Parker, dir. of prod. & sis. (Licensing agent and distributor for intl. theatrical, home video and TV.) Pathe Pictures, Inc. 161 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) Joseph P. Smith, pres.; Samuel A. Costello, v.p., secty. & tress.; James J. Harrington, v.p. & gen. counsel.; Joseph A. Volatile, dir. opns. (Producer of documentaries, educational films and children's programs.) Milestones of the Century (365); Men of Destiny (130); Pathe Educational Shorts (103); Showtime at the Apollo (13); Musical Parade of Stars (1100); Captain David Grief (39); Showtime (39); When the Music's Over (hr. musical variety special). Premier Film, Video & Recording Corp Locust St., St. Louis, MO 63103; (314) Wilson Dalzell, pres. (Producers of motion pictures, TV spots, strip films & carts, recording and record pressings and video productions, film to video transfer, etc.) Prijatel Productions, Inc Prosser Ave., Dayton, OH 45409; (513) (Producer and distributor) Donald F. Prijatel, pres.; Julie Smith Prijatal, v.p., adv. & pub. rel. Prime T.V. Films, Inc. 509 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) Elsa Jane Campbell, pres.; Eduardo La Madrid, treas. Features: March of the Wooden Soldiers, When Comedy Was King, Golden Age of Comedy, Lady Take a Chance, D'Jango (color, western), Day the Sky Exploded, Incredible Petrified World, Teenage Zombies, Ape Man, Corpse Vanishes, Limping Man, White Fire, Memory of Love, Orient Express, Stars Look Down, Spotlight Scandals, Nine East Side Kids: East Side Kids, Boys of the City, That Gang of Mine, Flying Wild, Bowery Blitzkrieg, Mr. Wise Guy, Let's Get Tough, Smark Alecks, Neath Brooklyn Bridge. Series: Charlie Chaplin Comedy Theatre (26 half-hrs.); The Goldbergs; Courageous Cat (130 episodes, color, 51/2 mins.). Procter & Gamble Productions 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 525, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) ; FAX: (213) Organized Jack A. Wishard, v.p.; John K. Potter, dir. of programs. (Television development.) Program Syndication Services, Inc. 375 Hudson St., New York, NY ; (212) ProSery Television, Inc Estate Lane, #100, Dallas, TX 75238; (214) ; FAX: (214) Bob Briner, pres.; Dennis Spencer, sr. v.p.; Herb Swan, v.p. of intl. sis. (Producers of live events, made -for -TV specials, weekly series, industrials, and home videocassettes.) Qintex Entertainment, Inc. Q 345 N. Maple Dr., Suite 210, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (213) Branches: 720 Fifth Ave., New York, NY Organized David Evans, pres., COO; Jonathan D. Lloyd, exec. v.p., CFO; Steve Mills, sr. exec, v.p. programming. (Television syndication/ film distribution company, first run sales and production.) Quality Program Sales, Inc. 824 Rome Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90065; (213) Kyle C. Thomas, pres. (Distributes films for TV.) Quanta, Ltd th St., N.W., Washington, D.C ; (202) W.G. Williams, U.S. representative. (British television and video production company specializing in interpreting and science and technology to general audiences.) Radio and Television Packagers, Inc. R 9 E. 40 St., New York, NY 10016; (212) William Cayton, pres. (Producer and distributor of filmed series.) Jungle: (59'/ -hr. programs); Cartoon Classics-The Amazing Gift, Beauty and the Beast, The Brave Duckling, The Ice Witch, The Enchanted Princess, The Fisherman and the Fish, Tale of the Northern Lights, Gunnar the Sailor, The Valiant Knight, The Magic Antelope, The Tiny Oxen, Omar and the Ogres, The Strange Circus, Wanda and the Wicked Princess, The Wild Swans, The Woodcutter's Wish, The Frog Princess, The Fire Bird, The Space Explorers, New Adventures of the Space Explorers, Mr. E. from Tau Ceti, The Underseas Explorers, Journey to the Beginning of Time (also available in episode form); Treasure Island Revisited; The Adventures of Mutt & Jeff and Bugoff; When Funnies Were Funny (42 full -color cartoons from the geniuses of early animation); Animations (32 language arts subjects). Carl Ragsdale Associates, Ltd Stillbrooke, Houston, TX 77035; (713) Carl V. Ragsdale, pres. (Producer of documentaries and industrial motion pictures, television commercials, and theater short subjects.) Branches: Suite 200, 2120 "L" St. NW, Wash., DC 20037; (202) , Arthur Neuman, exec. prod. in charge; Argyle Dr., Los Alamitos, CA 90720; (213) , Frank Coghlan, exec. prod. in charge. Harry Rasky Productions, Inc. (Production of feature films and TV specials.) CBC, P.O. Box 500, Terminal A, Toronto, Canada; (416) ; FAX: (416) (World-wide co -productions.) Raymond International 11 Soho St., Suite 104, Toronto, Ont., Canada MST 1Z6; (416) ; FAX: (416) Bruce Raymond, pres.; Donovan B. Raymond, gen. mgr.; Antony B. Armstrong, mgr. prod. services. (Producers and distributors) Redlin Productions, Inc Lanark, Reseda, CA; (213) William A. Redlin, pres.; Emil F Redlin, secty., treas. (Producer live and film programs, features.) Reeves Entertainment Group 708 Third Ave.. New York, NY; (212) ; 3500 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) Richard S. Reisberg, pres.; Jeff Lawenda, sr. v.p.; Michael Yudin, sr. v.p. The Home Show (ABC). Incredible Sunday. Life's Most Embarrassing Moments (Synd.). On Trial (in assn. with Woody Fraser Prods.) Kate & Allie (CBS). A Doe's Life. Republic Pictures Corporation Beatrice St., Los Angeles, CA ; (213) Telex)Twx: (For officers see listing under Companies.) Off Network series: Beauty & the Beast (56 hours, available 9/91); Bonanza (260 hours), Get Smart (138 half hours); High Chaparral (98 hours). Film Packages: Classic Television Series (48 different series); Color - Imaged Specials (I8 by 8/92); The John Wayne Collection (16 features); Hollywood Stars (16 features); Hollywood (89 features); Action -Packed Package (28 features); Animated Features (5 features); Christmas Features (4 features); Home of the Cowboys (22 features); Classic Comedy (13 features); Serial Movies (26 features); Cartoons (15). Riviera Productions Saddletree Dr., Westlake Village, CA 91361; (818) F. W. Zens, exec, producer; Leif Rise, assoc. producer. (Produces filmed series, commercials, features.) Punch and Trudy (6); Teletunes (15); Aqua -Lung Adventures (13). 431

117 Richard H. Roffman Associates 697 West End Ave., New York, NY 10025; (212) Richard H. Roffman, pres.; Malvina Cohn, John Bowman, Don Lester, Leo Blau, v.p.s. (Producers and distributors of shows also do Public Relations and publicity and promotion for shows-also do casting for shows, etc.; also use guests and feature information on numerous cable TV and UHF -TV and AM -FM radio shows in N.Y. area.) Jack Rourke Productions Box 1705 Burbank, CA Jack Rourke, pres.; William Hagens, v.p.; Jim Rourke, v.p., productions; sales; Hank Edwards, v.p., promotion. Ruby -Spears Enterprises, Inc. (A division of Great American Broadcasting.) 3330 Cahuenga Blvd. West, Hollywood, CA 90068; (213) Joseph Ruby, bd. ehm.; Kenneth Spears, pres. Series: Punky Brewster (NBC); Lazer Tag (NBC); The Chipmunks (NBC); The Puppy's Great Adventures (CBS); The Centurions (Synd.); Rambo (Syns.); Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos (Synd.); A Mouse, a Mystery and Me (Synd.); Dink, the Little Dinosaur (CBS); Police Academy-The Series (Synd.). SFM Entertainment s 1180 Ave. of the Americas, New York, NY 10036; (212) SFM Holiday Network (package of family feature films.) March of Time series, Zoobilee Zoo; The Hugga Bunch, The Indomitable Teddy Roosevelt, Crusade in the Pacific, The Care Bears Crusade in Europe. Saban International Services Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604; (818) Stan Golden, president. (Producer & distributor.) Saban Productions/Haim Sabanidba Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604; (818) Organized Haim Saban, owner. Branches in Paris and Tel-Aviv. (Producers of music, cartoons, game shows programming.) Off -Shore TV (Synd.); Couch Potatoes (Synd.); American Expose: Live with Jack Anderson-Terrorism USA! (Synd.); The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (HBO); Alf Tales (NBC); Barbie and the Rockers (Synd.); Camp Candy (NBC); 15 Boys ((HBO); Kidd Video-The Special (Synd.); Kissyfur (NBC); Maple Town (Synd., Nickelodeon); Noozles (Nick.); SRewards (Synd.); Tales of Little Women (HBO). Arnold Shapiro Productions 5800 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (213) Organized Arnold Shapiro, pres. (Produces documentaries and reality programs.) Rescue: 911 (CBS), The Truth about Teachers (Synd.), The American Dream Contest (Synd.). The Silverbach-Lazarus Group 9911 W. Pico Blvd., Penthouse M. Los Angeles, CA 90035; (213) (Distributor) Alan Silverbach, ehm.; Herb Lazarus, pres.; Toby Rodgers, sr. v.p. The Fred Silverman Company Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) Organized Fred Silverman, pres.; Gigi Levangie, dir., creative affairs. (Produces television and motion picture entertainment.) Matlock (NBC series); Jake and the Fatman (CBS series); Perry Mason movies (NBC); In the Heat of the Night (NBC); Father Dowling Mysteries (ABC); Black Widowers (CBS series); Loose Cannon (CBS series); Pig Out (animation series on Fox). Slesinger, Stephen, Inc N. Westshore Blvd., Tampa, FL 33607; (813) or (813) Shirley A. Lasswell, pres. (Produces films.) Southern Star Productions 7364 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles. CA 90046; (213) (Producer.) Animated series: The Berenstain Bears Show (CBS), CBS Storybreak (CBS), Then Wolf (CBS). Animated Specials: Marvin (CBS). Rick Spalla Video Productions Subsidiaries: Hollywood Newsreel Syndicate. Inc., and Rick Spalla Production, Inc North Gower St., Hollywood, CA (213); ; 301 W. 45 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) Organized Rick Spalla, pres.; Anthony J. Spalla, v.p.; Jeff Spalla, prod. supvr.; Mike Spalla, music dir.; Maralee Spalla, p.r. (Film and video tape production -producer and packager of TV programs, commercials and industrial films.) Syndicated TV shows: Portrait of a Star; Hollywood Backstage; High Road to Danger; Hollywood Guest Shot; Hobby Nobbing... with the Stars; Century of Fashion; The Open Road. Hollywood's Fantastic Artists' and Models' Ball; Hollywood Star Newsreel, Holiday on Wheels, Portrait: The New Breed; Century of Fashion.. in Motion Pictures; The Great Getaway; Live two -hr. special: California State network hook-up. Miss California International Beauty Pageant (2 hours) (Annual Competition in April.); The Wild... Wild... World of Spirit; Kay Crawford's Pep Arts Training Series (14 hrs.). Sandollar Productions, Inc Sunset Blvd., Penthouse West. Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) Organized (Develops and produces projects for motion pictures and television.) Sand Gatlin and Dolly Parton, owners; Carol Baum and Howard Rosenman, exec. v.p., producers; Candace Farrell, head of Sandollar TV; Jonathan Shestack, development. Spectator Films 1145 N. McCadden, Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) Organized Michael Jaffe, pres.; David Newton, v.p. & CFO; Marie Jansen, exec. v.p., motion pictures; Daniel Sladek, dr., creative & administrative affairs; Chris Sacani, mgr., TV production. (Television, feature films and series production and distribution. Parent company to other producers.) Schaefer/Karpf Productions 3500 W. Olive Ave., Suite 730, Toluca Lake, CA (818) George Schlaffer Productions 8321 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048; (213) Organized George H. Schlaffer, pres.; Jolene B. Schlauer, v.p.; Nathan Golden, secty/treas. (Produces television shows and motion pictures.) ScottiNinnedge Television 6277 Selma Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) Tony Scotti and Syd Vinnedge, exec. producers. Aaron Spelling Productions, Inc N. Formosa, Hollywood. CA 90046; (213) Organized Aaron Spelling, chmn. of the bd., chief exec. officer; Jules Haimovitz, president & chief operating officer; E. Duke Vincent, pres. of the exec. comm.; Ronald Lightstone, exec. v.p.; John T. Brady, sr. v.p., & chief financial officer; Arthur Frankel, sr. v.p., business and legal affairs; Renate Kamer, v.p. & secty.; Alan Greisman, v.p., motion pictures; Barbara Rubin, v.p., business affairs; Tony Shepherd, v.p., talent; Marcia Basichis, vice pres., programming; Michael Halpern, v.p., East Coast development; Keith Nicol, v.p., special services; Pam Bottaro, dir. of der, motion pictures; Howard Rosenstein, dr. of television development; Board of directors: Aaron Spelling, Jules Haimovitz, Douglas S. Cramer, E. Duke Vincent, Arthur H. Bilger, J. William Hayes. (Development and production of all forms of TV programming, as well as the production of feature films.) Series: The Colbys, Dynasty, Hotel. 432

118 L1 1- Bob Stewart Productions 1717 N. Highland Ave., Suite #;807, Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) Organized Robert Stewart, pres. (Television production company.) Jackpot (USA). The New Chain Reaction (USA). Sunbow Productions, Inc. 130 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10011; (212) Organized (Television production.) Thomas L. Griffin, chairman; Joe Bacal, pres.; Jay Bacal, senior v.p.-creative dir.; Eve Silverman, senior v.p.-dev; Carole Weitzman, v.p./prod. & business affairs; v.p.- dev.; Anne Newman, v.p.-dev.; C. J. Kehler, senior v.p. Sunbow Intl.; David Wollos, v.p. sales & operations. Animated series: Visionaries (Synd.), The'kansformers (Synd.), Jem (Synd.). Survival Anglia Ltd. 420 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) John F. Ball, pres.; James T. de Kay, senior v.p.; Victor Simpkins, v.p., business affairs & corporate communications. Properties: Thies of the Unexpected (66 half-hrs., bizarre, mystery - suspense anthology with international stars); Tales of the Unexpected, Series Three (22 half-hrs.); World of Survival (21 half -hr. wildlife episodes hosted by John Forsythe); For a Better World (6 one -hr. wildlife/natural history adventures from around the world); Lions of Etosha (one -hr. special on lions filmed by cinematographer Des Bartlett); Warriors of the Gods (one -hr. special on Asian elephants by Dieter Plage). Syndicast Services, Inc. 360 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017; (212) (Distributor) Leonard V. Koch, pres.; Gerry Lepkanich, v.p. sis.; Terry Paolillo, v.p., opns.; William Madden, dir. sta. sis. TFI (A division of MPO) T 619 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; FAX: (212) ; 941 N. Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038; (213) ; 640 N. LaSalle St., Chicago, IL; (312) Charles A. Ahto, pres. (Duplication and distribution of TV commercials, film trailers, advertising and promotional materials; film and video tape. Complete storage facilities in NJ & Delaware. Post -production services; fulfillment services.) TMS Entertainment, Inc Cahuenga Blvd W., Suite 370, Los Angeles, CA 90068; (213) Organized 1983 in U.S., 1964 in Tokyo. Eiji Katayama, exec. v.p., CEO; Sander Schwartz, sr. v.p. Branches: Tokyo Movie Shinsa (TMS). (Creates and produces fully -animated TV shows and feature films.) TV Art International Inc. 300 Central Park West, Suite 2G, New York, NY 10024; (212) ; FAX: (212) Organized Jorge De Gregorio, pres.; Graciela Abelin, vice president; Freda Wang, exec. secretary; Jorge De Gregorio, Graciela Abelin, Charles Luetke, board of directors. (Distribution of programs in U.S.A. and Latin America-branch: TV Art Argentina.) D. L. Taffner/Limited 31 W. 56 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) Donald L. Taffner, pies.; John P Fitzgerald, chief exec. officer; Rick Levy, pres., sales and marketing/syndication; Bob Peyton, exec. v.p.-man. dir., domestic syndication; Joe Ceslik, v.p., gen. sales mgr/syndication; Dennis E. Doty, sr. v.p.; David Dreilinger, v.., business & legal affairs, Dennis Ellis, v.p., chief financial officer; Leon Memoli, v.p., development; Martha Strauss, v.p., intl. sales; Christina Thomas, v.p., sales and development. (Distributor). Comedy: Benny Hill (85 half hrs.); Thames Comedy Originals (156 half hrs.); After Benny (40 half hrs.); Robins Nest (48 half hrs.); Man About the House (39 half hrs.); George & Mildred (38 half hrs.); Keep it in the Family (31 half hrs.) Feature Films: Best of Benny (90 mins.). Mini -Series: Blood & Honor (5 hrs.). Series/First Run: Too Close for Comfort (104 weeks); Check It Out (52 weeks); Ted Knight Show (52 weeks). Documentaries: Hollywood (13 hrs.); World at War (36 hrs.); Destination America (9 hrs.). Series/Off Network: Three's Company (222 half hrs.); Too Close for Comfort (107 half hrs.); The Ropers (26 half hrs.); Three's A Crowd (22 half hrs.). Specials: Benny Hill Specials I (5 hrs.). Animation: Danger Mouse (50 half hrs.). Tall Pony Productions, Inc. 300 Loma Metisse, Malibu, CA 90265; (213) ; FAX: (213) Organized Anthony Eaton, president. (Television production.) TeleAmerica Entertainment Inc Via Marina, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292; (213) ; FAX: (213) Organized Lawrence P. O'Daly, president. (Television series producer.) Teiecine Film Studios, Inc. R2 Box 7A1, Winterset, IA Byron L. Friend, pres. (Producers of motion pictures, TV series, TV commercials, videotape.) Zoo Parade; Magic Ranch. Telemated Motion Pictures 137 S.W. 54th St., Cape Coral, FL Saul Taffet, producer - director. (Producer of documentaries, commercials, industrial, corporate image, public relations, training, sales promotion, and educational films.) Telemount Pictures, Inc. P.O. Box 1106, Santa Monica, CA Henry B. Donovan, pres. and producer. (Producers of Cowboy G -Men film series.) 39 Westerns; 13 shorts. TeleVentures (A partnership of Tri-Star Pictures, Stephen J. Cannell Productions and Witt/Thomas Productions.) 1925 Century Park East, Suite 2140, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) ; FAX: (213) ; 100 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10019; (212) Organized Pat Kenney, pies. & CEO; Bill Kunkel, pres., domestic distributions; Jerry Leifer, dir. of contract administration; Douglas Friedman, v.p., advertising & promotion; Drew Hallmann, v.p. of research. (Television program distribution-u.s. and international. Television Program Enterprises 875 Third Ave., New York, NY 10)22; (212) ; FAX: (212) (Producer and distributor.) Philbin S. Flanagan, pres. & general mgr.; Mary Jane Hastings, v.p. operations. Teleworld, Inc. 245 W. 55 St., New York, NY 10019; (212) ; FAX: (212) Robert Seldelman, pres. Foreign Offices: United Kingdom: Dandelion, 49 St. Peter's St., London NI 8JP, England; Noel Cronin, sls. rep. Mid East: Transworld Television Corp., 81 Piccadilly, London, WIV 9HB, England; Issam Hamaoul, sls. rep. Spain: Apartdao 33009, Madrid -23, Spain; Antoniette Brughera Miranda, sls. rep. Australia: Telepix Pty. Ltd., 155 Alexander St., Crows Nest NSW, 2065 Australia; Robert Lapthome, sls. rep. Mini -Series: Chiefs (6 hrs.); Kennedy (U.S. only; 7 hrs.); Mistral's Daughter (U.S. only; 8 hrs.); Civilization & The Jews (intl. only; 9 hrs.) Features/Packages: Spiderman (U.S. only -7 live -action features); Teleworld's Top 50 (chiller & action features). Series/First Run: Powerhouse (16 half-hrs.). Series: Star Maidens (U.S. only -13 half-hrs.); Castaway (U.S. only -13 half-hrs.). Specials: Dinosaur (intl. only; I hr.) Bob Thomas Productions 60 E. 42 St., New York, NY 10165; (212) Robert G. Thomas, pres. (Motion picture and TV producer; program syndication & satellite services to reach 270 independent television stations.) 433

119 Titus Productions, Inc. (A division of Great American Broadcasting) 211 E. 51 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) Herbert Brodkin, pres.; Robert Buzz Berger, v.p. (Producers of motion pictures, television series and specials.) Herb Tobias and Associates, Inc Ave. of the Stars, Suite 840, Century City, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (Talent Agency.) Tower Productions Landale St., No. Hollywood, CA H. G. and Barbara J. Rhinelander, owners. (Live programs.) Space Patrol (live, plus 300 half -hr. and min. kinescopes). Trans World International Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90025; (213) (Television production.) Battle of the Network Stars (ABC), Breeders' Crown (ESPN), Sports Forum (MSG); Starshop (ESPN), Superstars (NBC), Veteran Superstars (NBC), Survival of the Fittest (NBC). Transvue TV International Co. A Division of Transvue Pictures Corp., 5131 Colbath Ave., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423; (818) Herbert B. Schlosberg, pies.; K. Galloway, secty. Tribune Entertainment Company (A subsidiary of Tribune Broadcasting Co., Inc.) 435 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1800, Chicago, IL 60611; (312) Sheldon Cooper, pres.; Donald Hacker, exec. v.p.; David Sifford, exec. v. p., marketing & sales; Peter Marino, v.p., program development; George Paris, v.p., programming (West Coast); Greg Miller, dir. of programming; Melvyn Smith, v.p., programming; Joseph Antelo, v.p., exec. prod., At the Movies; Carol Forare, v.p., dir. of research & sales; Tanya Neimark, dir. creative svcs.; Allan I. Grafman, v.p., project dir.; Mike Adinamis, dir. broadcast operations/midwest sales & mktg.; Bob Cambridge, mgr. of special projects. National media sales and station clearances by Teletrib, 875 Third Ave., New York, NY 10022; (212) Series: Geraldo (I hour, weekly); At the Movies ('fi hour weekly movie review); U.S. Farm Report (weekly); Soul Train (weekly); Monsters (Yí hour, first run); Dionne & Friends (weekly); The Joan Rivers Show (1 hour, weekly). Specials: On Trial: Lee Harvey Oswald (2 hrs. with host Geraldo Rivera); The Geraldo Rivera Specials (2 hrs.); Soul Train Music Awards (2 hrs.); Nadia (2 hrs.); Living the Dream: A Tribute of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Black History Notes (in association with Tribune Central City Productions); Hollywood Christmas Parade; The Tournament of Rose Parade. Sports: Chicago Cubs Baseball television network. Turn of the Century Fights, Inc. 9 E. 40 St., New York, 10016; (212) William D. Cayton, pies. (Produce and distribute fight films.) Knock -Out (now total of 600 subjects, from 1897 through 1988). The Legendary Champions (90 -min. feature) hours); Circus (52 half-hours); That's Hollywood (74 half-hours); MASH (255 half-hours); Jackie Gleason Show (100 halfhours); Animal Express (130 half-hours); Miller's Court (52 halfhours); Expedition Danger (26 half-hours); Audubon Wildlife Theater (78 half-hours); Julia (86 half-hours); Lancer (51 hours); Land of the Giants (51 hours); Lost in Space (83 hours, 54 color); Nanny and the Professor (54 half hours); Room 222 (113 hours); Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (hours; 78 color, 32 b&w); 12 O'Clock High (78 hours; 17 color, 61 b&w); Vegas (68 hours); The Ann Sothem Show (93 half-hours); Private Secretary (104 hours)); Movin' On (44 hours); The Monroes (26 hours); Judd for the Defense (50 hours); Bracken's World (41 hours); Incredible World of Adventure (31 half-hours); Peyton Place (247 half hours color & 267 half-hours, b&w); Green Hornet (26 half-hours); Adventures in Paradise (91 b&w); Broken Arrow (72 b&w); Dobie Gillis (147 b&w); The Untamed World (156 half-hours). Specials: Charles Dickens' Classics (8); Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter (3 hours); The Making of MASH (1); The President's Command Performance (2); Inside Russia (1); Future Shock (1); Time of Man (1); Assassins Among Us (1); The Cancer Confrontation (1); Sex, Teenage Style (I); Divorce, Kids in the Middle (1); The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (36); Jane Goodall and the World of Animal Behavior (4); Fox Movietone News (520 newsreels); Summer Solstice (I hr.); Godonov-The World to Dance In (1 hr.); Blind Alley (1 hr.); Anatomy of a Crime (I); War to End all Wars (I). First Run Syndication: 9 to 5; Dream Girl USA; 100,000 Pyramid; Small Wonder; Dance Fever. Features/Packages: Century 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 20, 22, 23 (total of 220 titles, 212 color and 8 b&w); Century 13 (26), Century 14 (20 titles, includes Aliens, Black Widow, Cocoon, The Fly, The Jewel of the Nile, The Name of the Rose); Fox Premiere Movies (9, barter incl.: Enemy Mine, The Name of the Rose, Project X); Fox Mini Series I (4 titles: Tender Is the Night, Jamaica Inn, Little Gloria, Evergreen); Fox Hollywood Threatre '89-90 (7 titles Intl: Miracle on 34th Street, Almost You, Eating Raoul, Kidco); Big 36 (36 titles, 5 color, 29 b&w); Special 41 (41 titles, 26 color, 15 b&w); Fox IV, V & VI (102 color, 102 b&w); Fox Mystery Theatre (13, 90 -min. specials); Plant of the Apes (5); Premiere I (20); Premiere II (22); Premiere BI (20); Time 7hnnel (5); Mark I (10); Mark II (16); Mark III (25); Premium Plus (28); MPC-20 (20); Carry On (II); Golden Century (49 b&w); Super 65 (48 color, 17 b&w). Domestic Late -Night Network: The New Avengers (26 hours). Domestic Miniseries: Sara Dane (8 hours); Wild Times (4 hours); Roughnecks (4 hours); The Far Pavilions (6 hours); Empire, Inc. (6 hours); Mussolini and I (4 hours); Spearfield's Daughter (6 hours) Domestic Cartoons: Groovie Coolies & Friends (104 half-hours); Crusader Rabbit (13 color hours, minute color episodes, minute b & w episodes); Doctor Doolittle (17 half-hours); Fantastic Voyage (17 half-hours); The Hardy Boys (17 half-hours); Journey to the Center of the Earth (17 half-hours); Return to the Planet of the Apes (13 half-hours). V UPA Productions of America Valleyheart Dr., Suite 200, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423; (818) ; FAX: (800) Henry G. Saperstein, pies.; (Distributes Mr. Magon, Dick Tracy, Gerald McBoing-Boing color cartoons, family specials, and features, Godzilla. Rodan, sci-fi features etc. Produces animated commercials, theatrical films, industrial & TV programs.) Turner Program Services 1050 Techwood Dr., N. W., Atlanta, GA 30318; (404) Henry A. Gillespie, ehm.; Russ Barry, pies.; Bob Schuessler, v.p.-cnnspecial projects; Sid Pike, v.p., intl.; Howard Karshan, v.p., Europe; John Walden, v.p., mktg.; Bob Rierson, dir. programming; Ken Christensen, dir. adv. promo. Twentieth Television Corp., Distribution Division P.O. Box 900, Beverly Hills, CA 90213; (213) (For officers and personel see listing in Television Companies.) Series: Circus (52); That's Hollywood (74). Series/First Run: A Current Affair (daily live half-hour magazine show). Series/Off-Network: Small Wonder (96 half-hours); Mr. Belveder (95 half-hours); Dynasty (198 hours); 9 to 5 (85 half-hours); Fall Guy (112 hours); Trapper John (151 hours); Batman (120 half-hours); Daniel Boone (120 hours); The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (50 half- United Press International St., NW, Washington, DC 20005; (202) ; FAX: (202) Dr. Earl Brian, chin.; Paul Steinle, pies.; Al Rossiter, Jr., exec. editor. (Distributes news, audio and information services.) Entertainment queries should be directed to UPI Features, (202) Universal Television A Division of Universal City Studios, Inc. Universal City, CA 91608, (213) (For officers see listing under companies.) season: ABC Mystery Movies: Columbo, BL Stryker, Kojak, Jaclyn Smith project (2 hour movies). Half Hour and Hour: Coach, Major Dad, Murder She Wrote, Quantum Leap. 434

120 r< V Valiant International Pictures 4774 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA 90029; (213) ; FAX: (213) Harry Novak, pres.; Ivan Levitan, v.p.; Carmen Novak, secty./treas. (Distributor.) Van Praag Productions, Inc. 135 E. 55 St., New York, NY 10022; (212) William Van Praag, exec. dir., Eugene Van Praag, Anita Palumbo, Ray Van Praag, staff directors. Ventas Productions, Inc. I Laurie Dr., Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632; (201) or New York City (212) Richard S. Dubelman, pies.; Joan D. Morley, asst. to pres. (TV and motion picture production) Versatile Television Production, Inc. 324 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, MO TWX Cape Girardeau 968; Robert O. Hirsch, press.; Jerry Hollis, mgr. (Producers of animated, live action film and video tape commercials and industrial.) Vestron Television 1010 Washington Blvd., P.O. Box 10382, Stamford, CT 06901; (203) ; FAX: (203) David Armstrong, v.p., sales; Bruce Casino, mgr, dir., Eastern sales; Charles Byrd, mgr. adminsitration; Karen Selten, account coordinator. West Coast office: 2029 Century Park East, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) Central office: 1128 White Lake Court, Fort Worth, TX 76103; (817) ; Timothy Lavender, acct. exec. Over 50 theatrical motion pictures, including Hot Tickets; First Images; Double Images; The Eyes of War (hosted by Robert Mitchum); Empire of Terror; Heroes, Pirates and Warriors; The Beach Boys: An American Band; Dirty Dancing: Live in Concert. Viacom international Inc Ave. of the Americas, New York, NY 10036; (212) (For officers and corporate personnel, see Television Companies.) First -Run Programs: Remote Control (39 half-hours); Superboy (52 half-hours); Super Mario Bros. Super Show (65 half-hours): This Morning's Business (daily half-hour); Trial by Jury (160 half hours). Series, Off -Network: The Cosby Show (144 half-hours); All in the Family (207 half-hrs.); Andy Griffith Show (249 half-hrs.); The Beverly Hillbillies (274 half-hrs.); The Bob Newham Show (142 half-hrs.); Cannon (122 hours, 1 2 -hour special); Clint Eastwood in Rawhide (144 half-hrs.); December Bride (154 half-hrs.); Dick Van Dyke Show (158 half-hrs.); Family Affair (138 half-hrs.); Gomer Pyle (150 half-hrs.); Gunsmoke (402 hours); Have Gun Will Travel (156 half-hrs.); Hawaii Five -O (200 hrs.); Hogan's Heroes (168 half-hrs.); The Honeymooners (107 half-hrs.); I Love Lucy (179 half-hrs.); Marshall Dillon (233 half -his.); The Mary Tyler Moore Show (168 half-hrs.); My Three Sons (160 half-hrs.) Our Miss Brooks (127 half-hrs.); Perry Mason (271 his); Petticoat Junction (148 half-hrs.); The Rookies (90 hrs.); Twentieth Century (52 half -his.); The Twilight Zone (136 half hrs., 18 hours); The Wild, Wild West (104 hrs.). Vidistrib, Inc Troost Ave., Studio City, CA 91604; Tel.: (818) John P. Ballinger, pees.; Rita Cross, v.p.-treas. (TV show sales & distribution syndication, barter, consultation). w WW Entertainment (A division of World Northal Corporation) 205 E. 42 St., New York, NY 10017; (212) ; Telex: ; FAX: (212) Tony Elmaleh, v.p.. prod.; James R. Waltz, sr. v.p.; Zita Siegel, dir. sls. adm.; Bernice Farnan, administrator/sales & research. Feature Films-Martial Arts Feature Films: Black 1(13 titles); Black Belt 11(26 titles); Black Belt III (13 titles); Black Belt IV (29 titles); Black Belt V (13 titles); Action Flicks (7 titles); WW Entertainment 1 (16 titles). Series-The Best of Groucho (130 half-hrs.); Skyways (130 hrs.) Co -productions-bbc: 24 feature films. Roger Wade Productions, Inc. 15 W. 44 St., New York, NY 10036; (212) ; FAX: (212) Carolyn J. Wade, pres. (Producers of motion pictures and videotape for industry, sound slide films, multi -media, slides.) Warner Bros. Television 4000 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91522; (818) (For officers and personnel, see listing under Companies.) Series and specials available for domestic sales (all color unless otherwise indicated) Miniseries: Hollywood Wives (6 hrs.); "V" (IO hrs.); Bare Essence (4 hrs. or 41/2 hrs.); The Thorn Birds (10 hrs.); Pearl (6 hrs.); Scruples (6 hrs.); Roots (12 hrs.); Roots: The Next Generation (14 hrs.) Series/Off Network: Head of the Class (half -Ms.); Growing Pains (half-hrs.); Night Court (half-hrs.); Scarecrow and Mrs. King (88 hours); Matt Houston (68 hours); Private Benjamin (39 half-hrs.); The Dukes of Hazzard (147 hrs.); Alice (202 half-hrs.); Welcome Back, Kotter (95 half-hrs.); Chico and the Man (88 half-hrs.); F -Troop (65 half-hrs., 31 color); Superman (104 half-hrs., 52 color); Batman/Superman/Aquaman (69 animated half-hrs.) Harry -O (44 his.); Wonder Woman (61 his); Kung Fu (62 hrs.); The Walton (221 hrs.); The FBI (234 hrs.); Tarzan (57 hrs.); Maverick (124 hrs.) Specials: The Phenomenon of Roots (1 hr.); David L. Wolper Specials of the Seventies (30 one -hr. specials) Features/Packages: Volume 27 (18 features); TV4 (13 features); Volume 26 (24 features); TV3 (13 features); Volume 25 (24 features); TV2 (13 feature titles); Volume 24 (18 features); 13 Classic Thrillers 11 (13 features); TVI (13 features); Volume 23 (20 features); Volume 22 (38 features); Volume 21 (26 features); The FBI Story (4 features); Volume 20 (30 features); Volume 19 (29 features, 28 in color); Volume 18 (28 features, 25 in color); Volume 17 (23 features, 21 in color); Volume 16 (18 features, 16 in color); Volume (13 features, 12 in color); Volume 13 (25 features, 17 in color); Volume 2-A (22 features, 13 in color); Volume 1-A (24 features. 17 in color); 13 Classic Thrillers (13 features); Tarzan Features (32 features, 9 in color); The Bowery Boys (48 features); Starlite 6 (26 features, 12 in color); Starlite 5 (28 features, 18 in color); Starlite 4 (30 features, 16 in color); Starlite 3 (30 features, 19 in color); Special Features (17 features). Cartoons: Bugs Bunny & Friends (100 cartoons); Porky Pig & Friends (156 cartoons) INTERNATIONAL Cartoons: Bugs Bunny & Friends (100 cartoons); Bugs Bunny cartoons (234 cartoons); Looney Toons (190 cartoons, 78 color, 112 black -and -white) Features/Packages: International 33 (36); International 21 (51); International 21 (34); International 30 (66); International 29 (44); International 28 (7); International 27 (5); International 26 (1I); International 25 (32); International 24 (80); International 23 (99); International 22 (135); International 21 (56); International 20 (3); International 19 (28); International 18 (26); International 17 (28): International 16 (92); International 15 (33); International 14 (36); International 13 (35); International 12 (36); International 11 (36); International 9 (I); International 5 (48); International 4 (127) Miniseries: Napoleon and Josephine: A Love Story (6 hrs.); Nutcracker. Money, Madness and Murder (6 hrs.); Dream West (7 hrs.); Crossings (6 hrs.); Dress Gray (4 hrs.); North and South-I (12 his.); North and South-II (12 hrs.); Hollywood Wives (6 hrs.); The Thorn Birds (10); "V" (10); Roots (12); Roots: The Next Generation (14); The Mystic Warrior (5); Bare Essence (4); Scruples (6); Pearl (6); The Phenomenon of Roots (I); The Awakening Land (7); Born to the Wind (4); Hanging by a Thread (4); Haywire (4); Moviola (6); Night the Bridge Fell Down (4); Pirate (4); Salem's Lot (4) One -Hour Series: O'Hara (6); Scarecrow and Mrs. King (88); Hotel; The Colbys (49); Spenser: For Hire; Shell Game (6); Shadow Chasers (12); Hollywood Beat (14); "V" (19); Matt Houston (68); The Dukes of Hazzard (147); Harry O (44); Kung Fu (62); Tarzan (57); I Had Three Wives (6); MacGruder & Loud (13); Eye to Eye (6); Double Dare (6); Finder of Lost Loves (23); Glitter (13); The Yellow Rose (22); The Mississippi (23); Bare Essence (II); The Alaskans (36); Banyon (15); Bourbon Street Beat (39); Bret Maverick (16); Bronco (68); California Fever (10); Casablanca (5); Cheyenne (107); Code R (13); The Dakotas (19); Delphi Bureau (8); Dial M for Murder (13); Drama (42); Enos (17); The EB.I. (238); Fitzpatricks (l3); Freebie and the Bean (9); Gallant Men (25); Hawaiian Eye (134); High Performance (4); Life on Earth (13); Maverick (124); The New Land (13); Nichols (24); Notorious Woman (7); Rafferty (13); Roaring 20's (45); Search (23); 77 Sunset Strip (205); The Streets of San Francisco (119); Sugarfoot (69); Superfriends (93); Challenge of Superfriends (16); Surfside Six (74); Time Express (4); The Tribal Eye (7); The Walton (219); Wizards and Warriors (8); Wonder Woman (13); New Adventures of Wonder Woman (46); The Yeagers (4); Young Maverick (6) Half -Hour Series: Night Court; Growing Pains; Life with Lucy (13); My Sister, Sam; Head of the Class; Welcome Back, Kotter (95); 435

121 Love, Sidney (44); Porky Pig Show (26); Private Benjamin (39); Roadrunner Show (26); Superman (104); Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle (34); Alice (202); Rubik, the Amazing Cube (13); Off the Rack (7); A.E.S Hudson Street (5); Another Day (13); Aquaman (18); At Ease (14); Batman (17); New Adventures of Batman (16); B.C. Archaelogy of Bible Lands (12); Bugs Bunny Show (78); Chicago Teddy Bears (13); Chico and the Man (88); Colt.45 (67); The Cowboys (12); Dorothy (4); The Dukes-Animated (20); Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (60); Flo (29); F'hoop (65); Goodnight, Beantown (8); Jimmy Stewart Show (24); Lassie's Rescue Rangers (17); Lawman (156); Little People, The Brian Keith Show (46); Marine Boy (78); Me and Maxx (10); Mcme Melodies Show (24); Mr. Roberts (30); New Adventures of Superman (34); No Time for Sergeants (34); Park Place (5); Shazam! (28); TV Funnies (16) Weiss Global Enterprises 2055 S. Saviers Rd., Suite 12, Oxnard, CA ; (805) Cable: WEISSPICT. Adrian Weiss, pres.; Steven A. Weiss, secty./treas.; Ethel L. Weiss, v.p.; Laurie Weiss, v.p.; Beverly S. Verman, opus. mgr.; Alex Gordon, information services. Features: Galaxy "15" (15 features including Cactus in the Snow, Ginger in the Morning, Lovers Like Us, Molly and Lawless John); Golden Showmanship "9" (9 features including Cattle Queen of Montana, Slightly Scarlett); Impact "120" (120 features prod. by Robert L. Lippert incl. Baron of Arizona, I Shot Jesse James, King Dinosaur, Sins of Jezebel); Bride & The Beast; Westerns: (60 action features starring Johnny Mack Brown, Harry Carey, Fred Kohler, Jr., Rex Lease, Buddy Roosevelt and Bob Steele); Vintage Flicks (24 features from the '30's and '40's). One -Hour Documentaries: The Brave Rifles (51 rains.), Our Time in Hell (51 mins.); Those Crazy Americans (54 mins.). Serials: Custer's Last Stand (15 episodes); The Black Coin (15 episodes); The Clutching Hand (15 episodes). Series, First -Run: The Stan Kann Show (52 half-hrs.); Kids Say the Darndest Things (600 episodes, 5 min. each). Series, Off -Network: Make Room For Daddy (161 half -hr. programs); Canine Comments (13 quarter -hr. short subject); I Married Joan (98 half -hr. sit -toms); The Bill Dana Show (42 half-hrs.); Craig Kennedy, Crimonologist (26 half -hr. mysteries); Good Morning World (26 half -hr. sit -corns); Thrill of Your Life (13 half-hrs.); My Little Margie (126 half-hrs.); Rocky Jones, Space Ranger (39 halfhrs.); Waterfront (78 half-hrs.); The Adventures of Jim Bowie (76 half-hours). Comedy Shorts: The Chuckle Heads (150 five -min. slapstick comedy shorts). Cartoons: Alice by Walt Disney (10 Alice Comedy cartoons); Krazy Kid Kartunes (4 six -min. cartoons); Nursery Rhymes (6 1'h -min. cartoons). Witt/Thomas Productions 846 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) Beauty and the Beast (CBS) (in assn. with Republic Pictures). Witt/Thomas/Harris Productions 846 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) Stephen Kurzfeld, v.p. creative affairs. Empty Nest (NBC) (in assn. with Touchstone). The Golden Girls (NBC) (in assn. with Touchstone). The Wizard Group, Inc Sunset Blvd., Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (213) Organized Richard Harrison, pres.; Michael Rann, v.p.; Francesca Harrison, v.p., production. (Feature-length TV production. Affiliated with Harmony Gold Inc.) Worldvision Enterprises, Inc. 660 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10021; (212) ; FAX: (212) ; Telex: (WOR UW). John D. Ryan, pres. & chief exec. officer; Bert Cohen, exec. v.p. & COO; Lawrence Gottlieb, exec. v.p., finance & admin.; Burt Rosenburgh, exec. v.p. & g.m., Evergreen Programs, Inc.; Elliott Abrams, sr. v.p., acquisitions; Steve Blank, senior v.p., finance; Randy Hanson, senior v.p., domestic sales; Gary G. Montanus, senior v.p., marketing; Charles Quinones, sr. v.p., operations; Tom Devlin, v.p. & g.m., Worldvision Home Video, Inc.; Bill Baffi, v.p., eastern division mgr.; Mitch Black, v.p., operations; Jerry Kaufer, v.p., creative services; Philip Marella, v.p., legal & business affairs; Donald Micallef, v.p., research & development; Andrea Roth, v.p., office management & personnel; Rita Scarfone, v.p., advertising & promotion; Dan Willis, v.p., international sales admin.; Noreen McGrath, asst. v.p., dir. of national marketing; Phil Martzolf, account exec., eastern div.; Karen Davidson, account exec., advertiser sales; Robert Dudelson, account exec., advertiser sales; Doreen Muldoon, account exec., advertiser sales; Andy Samet, dir. of promotion; Alan Winnikoff, dir. of communications. DOMESTIC DIVISIONS CENTRAL: 625 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611; (312) ; FAX: (312) Gary Butterfield, v.p., Central div. mgr.; Brian O'Sullivan, acct. exec., Central div.; Jim Kauss, acct. exec., Central div., Evergreen Programs, Inc.; Jim Smith, dir. Midwest advertiser sales; Ken Williams, Central div. mgr., Worldvision Home Video, Inc. SOUTHERN: 400 Perimeter Center Terrace, Atlanta, GA 30346; (404) ; FAX: (404) Karl Middelburg, Southern div. mgr.; Reggie Jester, acct. exec., Southern Division; Bruce Knox, Southern div. mgr., Worldvision Home Video, Inc. WESTERN: 9465 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) ; FAX: (213) Paul Danylik, v.p., Western div. mgr., Martin Weisman, acct. exec., Western div.; Ed O'Brien, account exec., Western div., Evergreen Programs, Inc.; Jennifer Charlton, Western div. mgr., Worldvision Home Video, Inc. First Run Late Fringe Variety: After Hours (half-hour). First Run Weekly Series: Better Your Home With Better Homes and Gardens (half-hour). First Run Animated Series: Hanna-Barbera's Superstars 10 (10 2 -hour movies). First Run Live -Action: Sword of Honour (6-hour mini-series), Starring the Actors (13 half-hours); Shark's Paradise (2-hour movie); Return to Eden (22 hours and 6 -hour mini-series), Starting from Scratch (half-hour series). Animated Series: The Yogi Bear Show (65 half-hours); Smurfs' Adventures (65 half-hour); Funtastic World of Hanna -Barbera (2 - hour block of 4 half-hour segs.); The Jetsons (75 half-hours). Animated Holiday Special: Yogi's First Christmas (2-hour movie). Hour Series (Off-Network): Bamaby Jones (177); Ben Casey (153); Breaking Point (30); Combat (152); Don Lane Show (130); Fugitive (120); The Invaders (43); Little House on the Prairie (216.5); Love Boat (140); Love Boat 11(115); Man from Atlantis (13); Mod Squad (124); Streets of San Francisco (119). Half -Hour Series: Adventures of Champion (26); Annie Oakley (80); Buffalo Bill, Jr. (40); Come Along (13); Dark Shadows (780); Dickens & Fenster (32); Doris Day Show (128); Douglas Fairbanks Presents (115); High Road (36); It Pays to Be Ignorant (39); Love Boat D (115 'h or 1 how); Mickey Rooney (17); Next Step Beyond (24); N.Y.P.D. (49); On the Mat (52); One Step Beyond (94); People's Choice (104); Range Rider (76); The Rebel (76); Starring the Actors (13); Starting From Scratch (24); Take My Word for It (130); That Girl (136); Throb (48); Wendy and Me (34). Mini -Series: Against the Wind (13 hours); Holocaust (10 hours); Return to Eden (6 hours). Features: Prime VIII (20 color features); Prime VII (25 color features); Prime VI (19); Prime V (26); Prime IV (26); Prime ID (16); Prime II (16); Prime 1 (10). Children's Programs: Fun World of Hanna -Barbera (84 half-hrs.); H -B's World of Super Adventure (129 half-hrs.); Banana Splits (125 half-hrs.); Saturday at the Movies (6 specials); Top Cat (30 half-hrs.); Wait Till Your Father Gets Home (48); Josie & The Pussycats (16); Josie & the Pussycats in Outer Space (16); Harvey/ Casper, (244 cartoons) The Jackson Five (23 half-hrs.); The Jerry Lewis Show (17 half-hrs.); King Kong (26 half-hrs.); Lancelot Link -Secret Chimp (17 half -hr.); Milton the Monster (78, 6-8 min.); Professor Kitzel (104 cartoons); The Reluctant Dragon & Mr. Toad (17 half-hrs.); Smokey the Bear (51, 6-8 min.); George of the Jungle (17 half-hrs.); Rambo (65 half-hrs.); Centurions (65 half-hrs.); Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos (5 half-hours; miniseries); Discovery (103 half-hour); Yogi's First Christmas (2 hour movie). Specials: Jack Nicklaus at the Home of Golf (3 hrs.); The Fabulous Sixties (10 I -his.); The Bay City Rollers (1 hr.); Echo 1 (17 1 hour); Herbie Mann/Roland Kirk (half-hr.); Is It Christ? (1 hr.); The Last Nazi (I hour); Raphael (half-hr.); Roberta Flack/Donny Hathaway (half-hr.); The World of Miss World (I hr.); The New Fangled Wandering Minstrel Show (1 hr.); The Musical Ambassadors, Kenny Rogers & The First Edition in New Zealand (I hr.); Ron Luciano's Lighter Side of Sports (half-hr.); A Christmas Carol (animated half -hr.); An Evening with Irish Television (1 hr.); Russian Festival of Music and Dance (1 hr.); The Bobby Vinton Show (1 hr.); A Shark's Paradise (2 hours); Amahl & the Night Visitors (l hr.); Children of the Gael (I hr.); Irish Rovers Special (1 hr.); The Night the Animals Talked (half-hour); Sunshine Specials (eight 1 -hr.); A Little Bit of Irish: Bing Crosby (1 hr.). Worldvision International: AUSTRALIA: Worldvision Enterprises of Australia Pty. Ltd., 5-13 Northcliff St., Milsons Point 2061, Sydney; Tel.: (61-2) ; FAX: ( ) Telex: (790) Brian Rhys -Jones. BRAZIL: Worldvision Filmes do Brasil Ltd., Rua Macedo Sobrinho 50, Botafogo, CEP 22271, Rio de Janeiro; Tel.: (55-21) ; 436

122 FAX: ( ) ; Telex: (391) (WFBR BR). Raymundo Rodrigues, mgr. dr., Brazil. CANADA: Worldvision Enterprises of Canada, 1200 Bay St., Toronto M5R 2A5, Canada; Tel.: (416) ; FAX: (416) ; Telex: (369) (WVISTVPROG TOR). Bruce Swanson, v.p. and gen. mgr. ENGLAND: Worldvision Enterprises, U.K. Ltd., 54 Pont St., London, S.W. I, England, Tel.: (44-1) ; FAX: ( ) William Peck, mng. dir., England. FRANCE: Worldvision Enterprises S.A.R.L., 28, rue Bayard 75008, Paris, France; Tel.: (33-1) ; FAX: ( ) ; Telex: (842) F (WORLFRA). Mary Jane Four - niel, mng. dir. GERMANY: Worldvision GmbH, Postfach 906, 8 München 33, Germany; Street address: Fuerstenfelder Strasse B8000, München 2; Tel.: (49-89) ; FAX: ( ) Telex: (841) (WVIS D). Mex Hartmann, mng. dir. ITALY: Worldvision Enterprises, Inc., Adalia Anstalt, Via Del Corso, 22/Intemo 10, 00186, Rome, Italy; Tel.: (39-6) ; FAX: ( ) Martin Michael Kiwe, v.p., European operations. JAPAN: Worldvision Enterprises, Inc., Tsukiji Hamarikyu Bldg., 7th floor, 5-3-3, Tsukiji, Chou-ku, Tokyo 104, Japan; Tel.: (81-3) ; FAX: ( ) ; Telex: (781) (AM - CAST J). Mie Horasawa, sls. rep., Japan and Korea. LOS ANGELES: Worldvision Enterprises, Inc., 9465 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 628, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (213) ; FAX: (213) ; Telex: Harrington Silva. New Product: Turin Peaks (1-hour series); Monsters (half-hour series); After Hours (half-hour series); Starting from Scratch (22 half-hours); Hanna -Barbera Animation (new product; U.S. Network, fall season); Dallas (26 hours); General Hospital (hours); One Life to Live (serial, hours); All My Children (serial, hours); Taft Barish Theatricals: "Ironweed," "The Running Man," "Light of Day," "Monster Squad," Hanna -Barbera Animation: Paddington Bear (13 half-hours, limited availability); Fantastic Max (13 half-hours, limited availability); Hanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration (2-hour special, limited availability); Don Coyote (26 half-hours, limited availability); A Pup Named Scooby Doo (21 half-hours); Internal Affairs (4-hour mini-series); Unholy Matrimony (96-minute); Rock Odyssey (90 - minute animated special); 1988/89 Presidential Inaugural Gala (2- hour special); Stones for Ibarra (2-hour movie); Stranger on My Land (2 hours); Streets of San Francisco (119 hours); A.F.I. Life Achievement Award/Gregory Peck (90 minutes); A Mouse, A Mystery and Me (half-hour special); Home Fires (4-hour miniseries). Returning Product: Hanna -Barbera 's Superstars 10 (10 2 -hour movies); Hands of a Stranger (4-hour mini-series); Highway to Heaven (hours); Angel in Green (2 hours); Kids Like These (2 hours); Little Moll Prince (1-hour special); The Last Frontier (4 - hour mini-series); The Stepford Children (2 hours); The Day They Came to Arrest the Book (I -hour special); Stone Fox (2 hours); Shark's Paradise (2 hours); When the Bough Breaks (2 hours); Night of Courage (2 hours); Stranger in My Bed (2 hours); The High Price of Passion (2 hours); Sable (I-hour series); Throb (48 half-hours); You Again? (26 half-hours); The Love Boat (hours); On Wings of Eagles (5 -hour mini-series); Doubletake (4-hour mini-series); Key to Rebecca (4-hour mini-series); Sam's Son (2 - hours); A Deadly Business (2 hours); My TWo Loves (2 hours); Welcome Home Bobby (2 hours); Smurfs (266 animated halfhours, available only in U.K., Ireland, Canada); The Jetsons (75 half-hours); Wildfire (13 animated half-hours); The Flintstones 25th Anniversary (1 -hour animated special); The 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo (13 animated half-hours); Mr. T (30 animated halfhours); The Flintstone Kids (34 animated half-hours); Alvin & the Chipmunks (54 animated half-hours); Yogi's Treasure Hunt (27 half-hours); Sky Commanders (13 half-hours); Snorks (36 halfhours, available only in U.K., Ireland, Canada); Roboforce (halfhour special). Special Presentation Programming: Remember Me (2 hrs.); Little House on the Prairie Three Special Presentations-Look Back to Yesterday (2 hrs.), Bless All the Dear Children (2 hrs.), The Last Farewell (2 hrs.); An Act of Love: The Patricia Neal Story (2 hrs.); Worldvision Dramatic Specials (10 one -hr. specials); Holocaust (91/2 hrs.); Against the Wind (13 hrs.); The Ordeal of Patty Hearst (3 hrs.); The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald (4 hrs.); The Last Nazi (90 min.); Reincarnation (2 hrs.); Little Mo (3 hrs.); Freedom Road (4 hrs.); Russian Festival of Music and Dance (I hr.); Candid Camera Special (5 one-hrs.). Feature Films: More than 200 titles-paragon Features: over 90 color features: Stars include Robert Preston, Patty Duke, Valerie Perrine, Dom DeLuise, Patricia Elliott, Gary Coleman, Mickey Rooney, George C. Scott, Henry Fonda, James Whitmore, Dennis Weaver, David Janssen, James Woods, Lee Majors, James Earl Jones, Ed Asner, Suzanne Pleshette, William Devane; Prestige Features: 21 features in color including: "I Will, I Will... For Now," "Night Watch," "A Touch of Class," "Hedda," "Baker's Hawk," "Black Market Baby," "Breakthrough," "Book of Numbers," "Fingers," "Cry For Me Billy," "Sweet Hostage," "Nasty Habits," and "Thieves"; Prestige II Features: 10 features including "A Killing Affair," "Bad Guys," "Dirt Bike Kid," " Vasectomy," "Wizards of the Lost Kingdom," and "Hurry Up or I'll Be 30." Selznick Classics; 22 films including "Intermezzo," "Duel in the Sun," "Notorious," "Spellbound," "Rebecca," "The Spiral Staircase," "Portrait of Jenny," "The Farmer's Daughter," "The Garden of Allah," "Bill of Divorcement," "Made For Each Other," and "The Wild Heart"; ABC Pictures; including "Cabaret," "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?," "Charly," "Take the Money and Run," "Straw Dogs," "For Love of Ivy," "Song of Norway," "The Killing of Sister George," and "Krakatoa, East of Java" (all in color). Children's Programming: Casper the Friendly Ghost; Milton the Monster; Jerry Lewis Show; Jackson 5; Lancelot Link. Hanna- Barbera/Ruby-Spears representing thousands of half-hours of animated programming including "The Flintstones," "Yogi Bear," "Centurions," "Puppy's New Adventures," etc. Holiday Specials: Little 'Doll Prince; A Mouse, A Mystery and Me; `Tis the Season to Be Smurfy; The Cabbage Patch Kids' First Christmas; Smurfily Ever After (U.K., Ireland & Canada only); I Love the Chipmunks Valentine Special; Alvin & The Chipmunks Reunion (Easter); A Flintstone Christmas; Yogi's First Christmas; Casper's First Christmas; Christmas Comes to Pacland; Smurfs Christmas Special (U.K., Ireland, Canada only); My Smurfy Valentine (U.K., Ireland & Canada only); Smurfs' Springtime Special/Easter (U.K., Ireland & Canada only); The Gathering; The Gathering II; Casper Halloween Special; The Pumpkin Who Couldn't Smile; The Thanksgiving Visitor; The Thanksgiving That Almost Wasn't; The Great Santa Claus Caper; A Christmas Story; A Christmas Memory; A Christmas Carol; The Night the Animals Talked; Amahl and the Night Visitors; A Little Bit of Irish; Russian Festival of Music and Dance. Series: Return to Eden (22 1 -hr.); Lucie Amaz Show (6 half -hr.); Starring the Actors (13 half-hrs.); Little House on the Prairie (2161 hr.); Eight is Enough (112 I -hr.); Ku (22 I -hr.); Project UFO (26 fact -based action -adventure, I -hr.); The Andros Targets (13 I -hr.); Spencer's Pilots (111 -hr.); Man From Atlantis (20 hours); Married: The First Year (4 I -hr.); Pruitts of Southampton (30 half -hr. comedy); The Doris Day Show (128 half-hrs.); Hunter (13 1 -hr.); Mod Squad (124 hr.); The Invaders (43 hrs.); The Fugitive (120 hrs.); The Next Step Beyond (24 half -hr.); Thunder (12 half-hrs.); Garrison's Gorillas (26 hrs.); Cowboy in Africa (26 hrs.) Ben Casey (153 one -hr., b/w); That Girl (136 half -hr.). Worldwide Television News 1995 Broadway, New York, NY 10023; (212) Kenneth Coyte, pres.; William H. Dudar, bureau chief; Michael Harbert, rgl. exec. for corporate video sls; Scott Michaeloff, rgl. exec. for TV facilities sls. (Produces and distributes intl. news coverage; produces weekly news cassettes including 2 programs-roving Report & Earthwatch; video news releases, corporate promotional videos, crewing & production services.) FILM LIBRARY: 1995 Broadway, New York, NY 10036; (212) Vincent O'Reilly, library mgr. Wright, Carter, Enterprises 6533 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; (213) Carter Wright, pres.; June Wright, talent coordinator. (Live and film shows, commercials). Ziv International 1875 Century Park E., Suite 1610, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (213) Telex: Series: Angel (50), Animator's Film Library (60), Candy Candy (65), Captain Future (52), Captain Harlock (42), Captain Nemo (15), Fables of the Green Forest (52), Gumby (34), King Arthur, (44), Robot Festival, (130), Space Angel (52), Spunky & Tadpole (15), Villa Alegre (260), Man from Buttonwillow (52), Children of the World (13). Specials: Tom Jones Live in Vegas, Tony Bennett/Nancy Wilson, Crystal Gayle, Bal Du Moulin Rouge. Peter Cottontail, Silent Knight, Les Miserables. Feature length films: 300. Merchandising and licensing. 437

123 Programs * NETWORK PRIMETIME SHOWS * SYNDICATED * MOVIES AND MINI-SERIES MADE FOR TELEVISION 438

124 Prime Time Shows Series titles are listed alphabetically by network, along with time slots, suppliers, production staff heads (executive producer: EP; executive supervising producer: ESP; supervising producer: SP; senior producer: Sr. P; producer: P; co -producer: CP; director: D), cast regulars and semi -regulars. ABC-TV Series Title Day Hr. Mine. Supplier Production Principals Cast Regulars & Semi -Regulars ABC Saturday Mystery, Sat. 9: Universal TV SEP: William Link The B.L. Stryker Blue Period Prods.- TWS Prods. -Universal TV EP: Tom Seileck, Burt Reynolds, Chas. Floyd Johnson, Chris Abbott SP: Tom Donnelly P: Alan Barnette Christine Cromwell Universal TV EP: Dick Wolf P: Lynn Guthrie, Michael Dugan CP: Robert Palm, Dan Sackheim Columbo Universal TV EP: Richard Alan Simmons Peter Falk SP: Philip Saltzman CP: Peter Ware Kojak Universal TV EP: James McAdams Telly Savalas SP: Stuart Cohen P: Mare Laub CP: Judith Stevens ABC Sunday Night Movie, Sun. 9: Various The Anything But Love Wed. 9:00 30 Adam Prods. -20th Fox TV EP: Robert Myman, Peter Noah SP: Janis Hirsch P: Peter Schindler CP: Bruce Rasmussen Chicken Soup The. 9:30 30 Carsey-Werner Co. EP: Marcy Carney, Tom Werner, Saul Thrteltaub & Bernie Orenstein SP: Paul Perlove P: Faye Oshima D: Alan Rafkin Burt Reynolds, Ossie Davis, Kristi Swanson, Dana Kaminski, Michael O. Smith, Alfie Wise, Rita Moreno Jaclyn Smith, Celeste Holm, Ralph Bellamy Jamie Lee Curtis, Richard Lewis, Ann Magnuson, Joseph Maher, Richard Frank, Holly Fulger Jackie Mason, Lynn Redgrave, Rita Karin, Kathryn Erbe, Johnny Pinto, Alisan Porter China Beach Wed. 10:00 60 Sacret Inc. Prods.- Warner Bros. TV EP: John Sacret Young SP: John Wells, Georgia Jeffries P: Mimi Leder CP: Geno Escareega, Fred Gerber Dana Delany, Brian Wimmer, Michael Boatman, Marg HeIgenberger, Concetta Tomei, Robert Picardo, Jeff Kober, Ned Vaughn, Nancy Giles Doogie Howser, M.D. Wed. 9:30 30 Steven Bochco Prods. EP: Steven Bochco Neil Patrick Harris, James B. SP: Stephen Cragg P: Scott Goldstein, Phil Kellard, Tom Moore, Jill Gordon, Vic Rausen, Linda Morris Sikking, Belinda Montgomery, Lawrence Pressman, Max Casella, Mitchell Anderson, Kathryn Layng Family Matters Fri. 8:30 30 Miller/Boyett Prods.- EP: Thomas L. Miller, Robert JoMarie Payton -France, Reggie LorimarTelepictores L. Boyen, William Bickley & Michael Warren SP: Alan Eisenstock & Larry VelJohnson, Rosetta LeNoire, Darius McCray, Kellie Williams, Jamie Foxworth, Telma Mintz P: Robert Blair Hopkins, Joseph Loyal Wright, Julius Royal Wright CP: Harriette Ames -Regan Free Spirit Sun. 9:00 30 Columbia Pictures TV EP: Richard Gorman, Phil Corinne Bohrer, Frank Luz, Edan Doran Gross, Paul Scherrer, Alyson SP: Howard Meyers Hannigan P: Mark Fink CP:Bob Rosenfarb, Jon Spector D: Art Dielhenn Full House Fri. 8:00 30 Jeff Franklin Prods.- EP: Jeff Franklin, Thomas L. John Stamos, Bob Saget, David Miller/Boyett Prods. -Lorimar- Miller, Robert L. Boyett SP: Rob Dames Coulier, Candace Cameron, Jodie Sweetin, Mary Kate Telepictures P: Don Van Atta, Lenny Ripps, Marc Warren, Dennis Rinsler Olsen, Ashley Fuller Olsen, Lori Loughlin CP: Kim Weiskopf Growing Pains Wed. 8:00 30 Warner Bros. TV EP: Michael Sullivan, Dan Alan Thicke, Joanna Kerns, Kirk Guntzelman, Steve Marshall, David Kendall Cameron, Tracey Gold, Jeremy Miller P: Henry Johnson, Tim O'Donnell 439

125 Series Title Day Hr. Mine. Supplier Production Principals Cast Regulars & Semi -Regulars Head of the Class Wed. 8:30 30 Eustis Elias Prods. - Warner Bros. TV Homeroom Sun. 8:30 30 Castle Rock Entertainment Just the Ten of Us Fri. 9:30 30 GSM Prods. -Warner Bros. TV Life Goes On Sun. 7:00 60 Toots Prods. -Warner Bros. TV Living Dolls Sat. 8:30 30 Columbia Pictures TV- ELF Communications MacGyver Mon. 8:00 60 Henry Winkler/John Rich Prods. -Paramount Network TV Mission: Impossible Thu. 8:00 60 Jeffrey Hayes Prods. - Paramount Network TV Mr. Belvedere Sat. 8:00 30 Lazy B/FOB Prods. -20th Fox TV NFL Monday Night Football EP: Richard Eustis, Michael Elias P: Alan Rosen, Frank Pace CP: Ray Jesse', Steve Kreinberg, Andy Guerdat, Jonathan Roberts EP: Gary Gilbert, Andrew Scheinuran, Topper Carew P: Jan Siegelman, David Cohen, Roger Schulman, Trish Soodik D: Linda Day EP: Michael Sullivan, Dan Guntzelman, Steve Marshall P: Rich Reinhart, Nick Lerose, Henry Johnson EP: Michael Braverman SP -D: Ron Rubin P: Phillips Wylly Sr. EP: Ross Brown, Phyllis Glick P: Bob Colleary, Martha Williamson CP: Valri Bromfield D: John Sgueglia EP: Henry Winkler, John Rich, Stephen Downing SP: Michael Greenburg EP: Jeffrey Hayes SP: Frank Abatemarco P: Ted Roberts, Darryl Sheen EP: Frank Dungan & Jeff Stein, Liz Sage SP: Jeff Ferro, Ric Weiss P: Patricia Rickey CP: Geri Maddem D: Don Corvan Mon. 9: ABC Sports EP: Geoffrey Mason P: Ken Wolfe D: Craig Janoff Perfect Strangers Fri. 9:00 30 Miller/Boyett Prods. - Lorimar TV EP: Thomas L. Miller, Robert L. Boyen, William Bickley & Michael Warren SP: Paula A. Roth P: James O'Keefe, Bob Griffard, Howard Adler, Alan Plotkin Primetime Live Thu. 10:00 60 ABC News EP: Richard N. Kaplan Sr. P: Ira Rosen, Amy Sacks Roseanne Tite. 9:00 30 Carsey-Werner Co. EP: Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner, Jeff Hams, Allan Katz SP: Danny Jacobson P: Al Lowenstein CP: Norma Safford Vela thirtysomething The. 10:00 60 Bedford Falls Co. - MGM/UA TV D: John Pasquin EP: Marshall Herskovitz, Edward Zwick SP: Scott Winant P: Richard Kramer CP: Ellen S. Pressman 20/20 Fri. 10:00 60 ABC News EP: Victor Neufeld Sr. P: Jeff Diamond D: Jerry Paul Who's the Boss? The. 8:00 30 Columbia/Embassy TV Wonder Years, The Tite. 8:30 30 Black/Marlens Co. - New World TV Young Riders, The Thu. 9:00 60 Ogiens/Kane Co. - MGM/UA TV EP: Martin Cohan, Blake Hunter, Karen Wengrod, Ken Cinnamon SP: Danny Kallis P: John Anderson, Joe Fisch, Asaad Kelada D: Asaad Kelada EP: Bob Brush, Bob Stevens P: Ken Topolsky CP: Matthew Carlson EP: Michael Ogiens, Josh Kane, Jonas McCord SP: Ed Spielman, Dennis Cooper P: Harvey Frand Howard Hesseman, Jeannette Ar - nette, William G. Schilling, Dan Frischman, Robin Givens, Khrystyne Haje, Tony O'Dell, Kimberly Russell, Brian Robbins, Daniel Schneider, Rain Pryor, Michael DeLorenzo, Lara Piper, De'Voreaux White Darryl Sivad, Penny Johnson, Bill Cobbs, Jahary Bennett, Trent Cameron, Billy Dee Williams Bill Kirchenbauer, Deborah Harmon, Heather Langenkamp, Brooke Theiss, Jamie Luner, JoAnn Willette, Matt Shakman. Heidi Zeigler Bill Smitrovich, Patti LuPone, Monique Lanier, Christopher Burke, Kellie Martin Michael Learned, Leah Remini, Alison Elliot, Deborah Thcker, Halle Berry, David Moscow Richard Dean Anderson, Dana Elcar Peter Graves, Thaao Penghlis, Tony Hamilton, Phil Moms, Jane Badler Christopher Hewett, Ilene Graff, Rob Stone, Tracy Wells, Brice Beckham, Bob Uecker Al Michaels, Frank Gifford, Dan Dierdorf, Lynn Swann Bronson Pinchot, Mark Linn - Baker, Melanie Wilson, Rebeca Arthur, Belita Moreno, Sam Anderson Diane Sawyer, Sam Donaldson, Chris Wallace Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Lecy Goranson, Sara Gilbert, Michael Fishman, Natalie West Timothy Busfield, Polly Draper, Mel Harris, Peter Horton, Melanie Mayron, Ken Olin, Patricia Wenig Hugh Downs, Barbara Walters, Bob Brown, John Stossel, Tbm Jarriel Tony Danza, Judith Light, Alyssa Milano, Danny Pintauro, Katherine Helmond Fred Savage, Dan Lauria, Alley Mills, Jason Hervey, Olivia d'abo, Danica McKellar, Josh Saviano, Daniel Stern ly Miller, Josh Brolin, Stephen Baldwin, Greg Rainwater, Yvonne Suhor, Anthony Zerbe, Melissa Leo, Brett Cullen CBS -TV Series Title CBS Sunday Movie Day Hr. Mins. Supplier Production l'rincipals Cast Regulars & Semi -Regulars Sun. 9: Various 440

126 Serles Title Day Hr. Mins. Supplier Production Principals Cast Regulars & Semi -Regulars Dallas Fri. 9:00 60 Lorimar TV EP: Leonard Katzman, Larry Hagman, Ken Horton SP: Howard Lakin P: Cliff Fenneman, Mitchell Wayne Katzman Designing Women Mon. 10:00 30 Bloodworth/Thomason Mozark Prods. -Columbia Pictures TV Falcon Crest Fri. 10:00 60 Amanda/MF Prods.- Lorimar TV Famous Teddy Z, The... Mon. 9:30 30 Hugh Wilson Prods. - Columbia Pictures TV EP: Harry Thomason, Linda Bloodworth Thomason SP: Pam Norris P: Tommy Thompson, Douglas Jackson CP: David Trainer EP: Jerry Thorpe, Michael Filerman, Joel Surnow P: Philip L. Parslow EP: Hugh Wilson SP: Richard Dubin 48 Hours Thu. 8:00 60 CBS News EP: Andrew Heyward Sr. P: Catherine Lasiewicz, Steve Glauber, Al Briganti Island Son The. 10:00 60 Maili Point Enterprises -Lorimar TV Jake and the Fatman Wed. 9:00 60 Fred Silverman Co. - Dean Hargrove Prods. -Viacom Prods. Knots Landing Thu 10:00 60 Roundelay/MF Prods. - Lorimar TV Major Dad Mon. 8:00 30 SBB Prods. -Spanish Trail Prods. -Universal EP: Nigel & Carol Evan McKeand, Richard Chamberlain, Martin Rabbett SP: Les Carter, Susan Sisko P: Christopher Chulack EP: Fred Silverman, Dean Hargrove, David Moessinger, Jeri Taylor, Bernie Kowalski P: Fred McKnight EP: David Jacobs, Michael Filerman, Lawrence Kasha P: Mary -Catherine Harold, Lynn Marie Latham, Bernard Lechowick EP: Earl Pomerantz, Richard C. Okie, Gerald McRaney, John C. Stephens Murder, She Wrote Sun 8:00 60 Universal TV EP: Peter S. Fischer SP: Robert E. O'Neill P: Robert Van Scoyk, Robert E. Swanson Murphy Brown Mon 9:00 30 Shukovsky/English Prods. -Warner Bros. TV EP: Diane English, Joel Shukovsky P: Tom Seeley, Norm Gunzenhauser, Russ Woody, Gary Dontzig, Steven Peterman, Barnet Kellerman CP: Deborah Smith Newhart Mon 10:30 30 MTM Enterprises EP: Mark Egan, Mark Solomon SP: Bob Bendetson P: Stephen C. Grossman Paradise Sat 8:00 60 Roundelay Prods.- Lorimar TV EP: David Jacobs SP: James H. Brown CP: Robert Porter, Joel J. Feigenbaum Peaceable Kingdom Wed 8:00 60 Columbia Pictures TV EP: Mark Waxman, Michael Vittes, Karen Harris P: Michael Vittes CP: Park Perim People Next Door, The Mon 8:30 30 The Sunshines Inc. - Wes Craven Films - Lorimar TV Rescue 911 The 8:00 60 Arnold Shapiro Prods. -CBS Entertainment Prods. EP: Steven & Madeline Sunshine, Wes Craven, Bruce Johnson SP: Robert Tischler P: Mark Masuoka, Robert Tischler CP: Lee Aronsohn D: 1. D. Lobue EP: Arnold Shapiro SP: Jean O'Neill P: Nancy Platt Jacoby D: Chris Pechin Saturday Night with Con- Sat 10:00 60 CBS News EP: Andrew Lack nie Chung SP: Maurice Murad D: Don Roy King 60 Minutes Sun 7:00 60 CBS News EP: Don Hewitt Sr. P: Philip Scheffler D: Arthur Bloom Snoops Fri 8:00 60 Timolove Prods.- Viacom Prods. -Solt/ Egan Co. Top of the Hill Thu 9:00 60 Stephen J. Cannel) Prods. EP: Tim Reid, Hal Sitowitz, Sam Egan SP: Jo & Tom Perry P: David Auerbach CP: Lee Shaldon EP: Stephen J. Cannel) SP: Jo Swerling Jr. P: Henry Colman Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy, Ken Kercheval, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson, Kimberly Foster, Michael Wilding, Sasha Mitchell Delta Burke, Dixie Carter, Annie Potts, Jean Smart, Meshach Taylor Jane Wyman, David Selby, Gregory Harrison, Lorenzo Lamas, Kristian Alfonson, Margaret Ladd, Chao -Li Chi Jon Cryer, Alex Rocco, Milton Selzer, Erica Yohn, Jane Sibbett, Tom LaGrua, Josh Blake Dan Rather, Bernard Goldberg Richard Chamberlain, Ray Bumatai, Timothy Carhart, Betty Carvalho, Clyde Kusatsu, William McNamara, Brynn Thayer William Conrad, Joe Penny, Alan Campbell William Devane, Kevin Dobson, Michele Lee, Donna Mills, Ted Shackelford, Joan Van Ark, Nicollette Sheridan, Lynne Moody, Larry Riley, Tanya Crowe, Pat Petersen Gerald McRaney, Shanna Reed, Matt Muthern, Marlon Archey, Whitney Kershaw, Marisa Ryan, Nicole Dubuc, Chelsea Hertford Angela Lansbury, William Windom, Ron Masak Candice Bergen, Pat Croley, Faith Ford, Charles Kimbrough, Joe Regalbuto, Robert Pastorelli, Grant Shaud Bob Newhart, Mary Frann, Peter Scolari, Julia Duffy, Tom Poston, William Sanderson, Tony Papenfuss, John Voldstad Lee Horsley, Jenny Beck, Matthew Newmark, Brian Lando, Michael Carter, Dehl Berti, Sigrid Thornton Lindsay Wagner, Tom Wopat, David Ackroyd, David Renen, Michael Manasseri, Melissa Clayton, Victor DiMattia, Conchata Ferrell Jeffrey Jones, Mary Gross, Jaclyn Bernstein, Chance Quinn, Leslie Jordan, Christine Pickles William Shatner Connie Chung Mike Wallace, Morley Safer, Harry Reasoner, Ed Bradley, Meredith Vieira, Steve Kroft, Andy Rooney Tim Reid, Daphne Maxwell Reid, John Karlen, Troy Curvey Jr. William Katt, Dick O'Neill, Jordan Baker 441

127 Series Title Day Hr. Mks. Supplier Production Principals Cast Regulars & Semi -Regulars Tour of Duty Sat 9:00 60 Zev Braun Prods. -New World TV EP: Zev Braun SP: Steven Philip Smith P: Vahan Moosekian, Jim West - man CP: Jerry Patrick Brown, Robert Bielak, Carol Mendel- Terence Knox, Stephen Caffrey, Tony Becker, Stan Foster, Ramon Franco, Miguel A. Nunez Jr., Dan Gauthier, Kim Delaney sohn Wiseguy Wed 10:00 60 Stephen J. Cannell EP: Stephen J. Cannell, Les Ken Wahl, Jonathan Banks, Jim Prods. Sheldon Byrnes SP: David A. Burke, Stephen Kronish, Jo Swerling Jr. P: Alfonse Ruggiero Jr., John Shulian CP: Clifton Campbell Wolf The 9:00 60 CBS Entertainment Prods. NBC-TV EP: David Pekinpah, Rod Holcomb SP: Gamer Simmons P: Ken Swor CP: Tom Del Ruth Jack Scalia, Nicholas Surovy, Joseph Simla, J.C. Brandy, Mimi Kuzyk Series Title Day Hr. Mins. Supplier Production Principals Cast Regulars & Semi -Regulars A Different World Thu 8:30 30 Carsey-Werner Co.- Bill Cosby EP: Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner, Thad Mumford, Margie Peters SP: Susan Pates P: Joanne Curley Kerner, Debbie Allen CP: Cheryl Gard D: Debbie Allen Alf Mon 8:00 30 Alien Prods. EP: Tom Patchett, Bernie Brill - stein SP: Lisa A. Bannick P: Paul Fusco CP: Steve Hollander Amen Sat 8:30 30 Carson Prods. EP: Ed. Weinberger, Artie Julian, Eric Cohen SP -D: Shelley Jensen P: Marty Nadler CP: Bill Daley, Ken Johnston, Reuben Cannon Baywatch Fri 8:00 60 GTG Entertainment SEP: Robert Silberling EP: Douglas Schwarts, Michael Berk, Ernie Wallengren P: Gregory Bonann, Jill Donner, Bill Schwartz Cheers Thu 9:00 30 Charles/Burrows/ Charles Prods. -Paramount Network TV Cosby Show, The Thu 8:00 30 Carsey-Werner Co.- Bill Cosby Dear John Thu 9:30 30 Ed. Weinberger Prods. -Paramount Network TV Empty Nest Sat 9:30 30 Witt/Thomas/Harris Prods. -Touchstone TV Golden Girls, The Sat 9:00 30 Witt/Thomas/Harris Prods. -Touchstone TV EP: Glen & Les Charles, James Burrows SP: Cheri Eichen, Bill Steinkellner, Phoef Sutton P: Tim Berry EP: Marcy Caney, Tom Werner, John Markus SP: Carmen Finestra, Gary Kott P: Terry Guarnieri EP: Hal Cooper, Ed. Wein - berger, Rod Parker P: Bob Ellison, Mike Milligan, Jay Moriarty, Mark Reisman, Jeremy Stevens, Georg Sunga D: Hal Cooper EP: Paul Junger Witt, Tony Thomas, Susan Harris, Gary Jacobs SP: Amie Kogen, David Tyron King P: Susan Beavers, Gilbert Junger D: Steve Zuckerman EP: Paul Junger Witt, Tony Thomas, Susan Harris, Marc Sotkin, Terry Hughes SP: Philip Lasker, Tom Whedon P: Gail Parent, Robert Bruce, Martin Weiss CP: Tracy Gamble, Richard Vaczy D: Terry Hughes Hardball Fri 9:00 60 Columbia Pictures TV- NBC Prods. EP: Frank Lupo, John Ashley, David Hemmings Hogan Family, The Mon 8:30 30 Miller/Boyett Prods.- EP: Tom Miller, Bob Boyett Lorimar TV SP: Chip & Doug Keyes, Judy 442 Pioli P: Bob Keyes, Deborah Oppenheimer CD: Rich Correll Dawn Lewis, Jasmine Guy, Ka - deem Hardison, Charnele Brown, Cree Summer, Darryl Bell, Sinbad, Glynn TLrman, Lou Myers Max Wright, Anne Schedeen, Andrea Elson, Benji Gregory, Alf, JM J. Bullock, Liz Sheridan, John LaMotta, J.R. and, Charles Nickerson Sherman Hemsley, Clifton Davis, Anne Maria Horsford, Barbara Montgomery, Roz Ryan, Jester Hairston David Hasselhoff, Parker Stevenson, Shawn Weatherly, Billy Warlock, Erika Eleniak, Peter Phelps, Monte Markham, Brandon Call Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman, George Wendt, John Ratzen - berger, Woody Harrelson, Kelsey Grammer, Kirstie Alley. Roger Rees, Bebe Neuwirth Bill Cosby, Phylicia Rashad, Lisa Bonet, Sabrina LeBeauf, Malcolm -Jamal Warner, Tempestt Bledsoe, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Geoffrey Owens, Joseph C. Phillips, Raven-Symone Judd Hirsch, Jane Carr, Jere Bums, Isabella Hofmann, Harry Groener, Billie Bird Richard Mulligan, Kristy McNichol, Dinah Manoff, David Leisure, Park Overall Bea Arthur, Betty White. Rue McClanahan, Estelle Getty John Ashton, Richard Tyson Sandy Duncan, Jason Bateman, Danny Ponce, Jeremy Licht, Josh Taylor, Edie McClurg

128 Series Title Day Hr. Mins. Supplier Production Principals Cast Regulars & Semi -Regulars Hunter Sat 10:00 60 Stephen J. Cannel! Prods. EP: Fred Dryer, Larry Kubik, Marvin Kupfer Fred Dryer, Stepfanie Kramer, Charles Hallahan, Garrett SP: Jo Swerling Jr., Paul Waig- Morris ner, David Balkan P: Terry Nelson CP: Vic Schiro In The Heat of the Night The 9:00 60 Fred Silverman Co.- EP: Fred Silverman, Carroll Carroll O'Connor, Howard Jadda Prods. -MGM/ O'Connor Rollins, Alan Autry, Anne- UA TV SP: Mark Rodgers, Ed DeBlasio P: Edward Ledding Marie Johnson, David Hart, Geoffrey Thorne, Hugh CP: Nancy Bond, Walton Dor- O'Connor nisch L.A. Law Thu 10: th Fox TV EP: David E. Kelley, Rick Wallace SP: William M. Finkelstein Harry Hamlin, Susan Dey, Jill Eikenberry, Corbin Bernsen, Michael "Ricker, Michele P: Elodie Keene, Michael M. Greene, Alan Rachins, Jimmy Robin CP: Robert M. Breech Smits, Susan Ruttan, Blair Underwood, Richard Dysart, Larry Drake Magical World of Disney. Sun 7:00 60 Walt Disney TV Michael D. Eisner The Brand New Life NBC Prods. EP: Chris Carter P: George Perkins, Eric Laneuvitle Barbara Eden, Don Murray, Shawnee Smith, Bryon Thames, David Tom, Jennie AP: Elissa Rashkin Garth, Alison Sweeney Parent Trap Ill Walt Disney TV D: Eric Laneuville Hayley Mills, Barry Bostwick, Creel Triplets Mancuso FBI Fri 10:00 60 Steve Sohmer Inc. - EP: Steve Schmer, Jeff Bleckner Robert Loggia, Lindsay Frost, NBC Prods. SP: R. W. Goodwin Fredric Lehne, Randi Brazen, P: Ken Solarz, Steve Bello Matlock The 8:00 60 Viacom Prods. EP: Fred Silverman, Dean Hargrove, Joel Steiger SP: Jeff Peters P: Richard Collins, Joyce Burditt, Bill Kerr Midnight Caller Tue 10:00 60 December 3rd Prods. - Gangbuster Films - EP: Robert Singer SP: David Israel, Stephen Zito Lorimar TV P: John F Perry CP: Randy Zisk, John Schulian My 'Avo Dads Sun 8:30 30 Michael Jacobs Prod., EP: Michael Jacobs, Bob Myer Inc. -Columbia Pic- SP: Chuck Lorre tures TV P: Mark Brull, Roger Garrett, David Steven Simon CP: Arlene Grayson Coor. P: Mark Greenberg NBC Monday Night at the Mon 9: Various Movies NBC Sunday Night at the Sun 9: Various Movies Night Court Wed 9:00 30 Starry Nights Prods. - EP: Gary Murphy, Larry Straw- Warner Bros. TV ther SP: Nancy Steen, Neil Thompson P: Fred Rubin, Bob Underwood, Tim Steele Nutt House, The Wed 9:30 30 Touchstone TV EP: Mel Brooks, Alan Spencer P: Alan Mandel, Ronald E. Frazier Quantum Leap Wed 10:00 60 Belisarius Prods. -Universal TV Sister Kate Sun 8:00 30 Lazy B/FOB Prods. - Mea Culpa Prods. -20th Fox TV EP: Donald P Bellisario SP: Deborah Pratt, Paul Belous, Robert Wolterstorff P: Parker Wade CP: Paul Brown, Chris Ruppenthall, Jeff Gourson AP: David Bellisario EP: Frank Dungan & Jeff Stein, Tony Sheehan P: Patricia Rickey D: Jeff Melman Charles Siebert Andy Griffith, Nancy Stafford, Juhe Sommars, Don Knotts, Clarence Gilyard Jr. Gary Cole, Wendy Kilbourne, Arthur Taxier, Dennis Dun Paul Reiser, Greg Evigan, Staci Keenan, Florence Stanley, Vonni Ribisi, Amy Hathaway, Chad Allen Harry Anderson, John Larroquette, Markie Post, Charles Robinson, Richard Moll, Marsha Warfield Cloris Leachman, Harvey Korman, Brian McNamara, Molly Hagan, Gregory Itzin, Mark Blankfield Scott Bakula, Dean Stockwell Stephanie Beacham, Harley Cross, Hannah Cutrona, Jason Priestly, Erin Reed, Joel Robinson, Penina Segall, Alexaundra Simmons 227 Sat 8:00 30 Columbia Pictures TV EP: Irma Kalish, John Boni Marla Gibbs, Jackee Hal Wil- P: Roxie Wenk Evans, Larry liams, Alaina Reed -Hall, Paul Spencer Winfield, Regina King, Helen D: Gerren Keith Martin, Curtis Baldwin, Barry Sobel Unsolved Mysteries Wed 8:00 60 Cosgrove/Meurer EP: John Cosgrove, Terry Dunn Robert Stack Prods. Meurer SP: Chris Pye, Edward R. Horwitz 443

129 Fox Series Title Day Hr. Mins. Supplier Production Principals Cast Regulars & Semi -Regulars Alien Nation Mon 9:00 60 Johnson Prods.-7lventieth Century Fox W/D Be EP: Kenneth Johnson P: Arthur Seidel Gary Graham, Eric Pierpoint, Michele Scarabelli, Lauren Woodland, Sean Six, Terri 'fleas America's Most Wanted Sun 8:00 30 STF Prods. EP: Michael Linder John Walsh D: Glenn Weiss Beyond Tomorrow Sat 9:30 30 B.I.C. Prods. EP: Peter Abbott Gary Cubberley, Jean Hill, Susan Hunt, Randy Meier, Richard Wiese Booker Sun 7:00 60 Stephen J. Cannell EP: Eric Blakeney Richard Grieco Prods. Cops Sat 8:00 30 Barbour/Langley Prods. -Fox Television Stations It's Garry Shandling's Show EP: John Langley, Malcolm Barbour Sun 10:30 30 Brillstein Company EP: Bernie Brillstein, Brad Grey, Garry Shandling D: Alan Rafkin Married with Children Sun 9:00 30 Columbia Pictures Television Open House Sun 9:30 30 UBU Prods. -Paramount EP: Ron Leavitt, Michael G. Moye Garry Shandling, Molly Cheek, Michael Thcci, Scott Nemes, Bernadette Birken, Paul Willson Ed O'Neill, Katey Segal, Christina Applegate, David Faustino, David Garrison, Amanda Bearse EP: Ruth Bennett, Susan Seeger Mary Page Keller, Alison LaPiaca, Chris Lemmon, Ginger Orsi, Arleen Sorkin, Philip Charles Mackenzie, Jon Cypher, Ellen DeGeneres, Danny Gans, Ray Buktenica The Reporters Sat 8:30 60 STF Prods. EP: Gerald Stone Steven Dunleavy, Rafael Abramovitz, Krista Bradford, Jim Paymar, Steve Dunlop, Steve Wilson Totally Hidden Video Sun 8:30 30 Quantum Media EP: Tom Lassally, Brian Bedol Steve Skrovan The Tracey Ullman Show Sun 10: th Century Fox Television 21 Jump Street Mon 8:00 60 Steven J. Cannel) Prods. EP: James L. Brooks, Jerry Belson, Ken Estin, Heide Perlman D: Ted Bessell, Sam Simon EP: Steve Beers Tracey Ullman, Julie Kavner, Dan Castellaneta, Sam McMurray, Joseph Malone, Anna Levine Johnny Depp, Holly Robinson, Dustin Nguyen, Peter De - Luise, Steven Williams, Sal Jenco, Richard Grieco

130 u Syndicated Shows, Half -Hour Off -Network Shows Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor 9 to th Century Fox Alice 202 Warner Bros. All in the Family 207 Viacom Andy Griffith 249 Viacom Angie 37 Paramount Archie's Place 97 Columbia Bl/Lobo 86 MCA Barney Miller 170 Columbia Batman th Century Fox Benson 158 Columbia Best of Groucho 130 W.W. Entertainment Beverly Hillbillies 274 Viacom Bewitched 252 DFS Bob Newhart 142 Viacom Bosom Buddies 37 Paramount Brady Bunch 117 DFS Branded 48 King World Car 54, Where Are You? 60 Republic Carol Burnett 150 C.B. Distribution Carson Classics 130 Columbia Cheers 112 Paramount The Cosby Show 150 Viacom Dick Van Dyke 158 Viacom Diff rent Strokes 189 Columbia Facts of Life 209 Columbia Fame, Fortune & Romance 115 TPE Family Affair 138 Viacom Family Ties 98 Paramount Fantasy Island 200 Columbia Flying Nun 82 Columbia Get Smart 138 Republic Gidget 80 Lexington Gilligan's Island 98 7lrner Program Sales Gimme a Break 85 MCA Gomer Pyle 150 Viacom Good Times 133 Columbia Growing Pains 110 Warner Bros. Guns of Will Sonnett 50 King World Happy Days 255 Paramount Here's Lucy 144 Warner Bros. Hitchcock Presents 265 MCA Hogan's Heroes 168 Viacom Honeymooners 107 Viacom I Dream of Jeannie 139 DFS 1 Love Lucy 179 Viacom I Married Joan 98 Weiss Global Jeffersons 253 Columbia Kate & Allie 96 MCA Knight Rider 90 MCA Laugh -In 130 Warner Bros. Laverne & Shirley 178 DFS Leave It lb Beaver 234 Paramount Life of Riley 120 New World Life of Riley 146 New World Life of Riley 26 New World 445

131 Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor Love Boat II 115 Worldvision M*A*S*H th Century Fox Make Room for Daddy 161 Weiss Global Maude 141 Columbia Mayberry, R.E.D 78 Warner Bros. McHale's Navy 130 Qintex Monkees 58 Lexington Mork & Mindy 95 DFS Mr. Belvedere th Century Fox My Favorite Martian 107 Warner Bros. My Little Margie 126 Weiss Global Newhart 134 MTM Night Court 101 Warner Bros. Night Gallery 97 MCA Odd Couple 114 DFS One Day at a Tira 209 Columbia Partridge Family 96 DFS Soap 93 Columbia Square Pegs 20 Columbia Tales of the Texas Rangers 52 Columbia Taxi 93 Paramount That Girl 136 Worldvision That's Incredible 165 MCA That's My Mama 39 Columbia The Ropers 26 Taffner Three's Company 174 Taffner Too Close for Comfort 122 Taffner Topper 78 King World Twilight Zone 94 MGM/UA Twilight Zone 136 Viacom We Love Lucy 26 Viacom Webster 98 Paramount What's Happening 131 Lexington Who's the Boss? 120 Columbia WKRP in Cincinnati 90 Victory Wyatt Earp 130 Columbia Hour Off -Network Shows Title No. of Episodes Distributor 12 O'Clock High 78 20th Century Fox A -Team 128 MCA Airwolf 80 MCA Avengers 83 Orion BJ/Lobo 86 MCA Burnaby Jones 177 Worldvision Black Sheep Squadron 35 MCA Blue Knight 23 Warner Bros. Bonanza 268 Republic Buck Rogers 37 MCA CHiPS 138 MGM/UA Cagney & Lacey 125 Orion Cannon 124 Viacom Charlie's Angels 115 Columbia Crazy Like a Fox 37 Lexington Dallas 161 Warner Bros. Dukes of Hazzard 143 Warner Bros. Dynasty th Century Fox Eight Is Enough 112 Warner Bros. Falcon Crest 157 Warner Bros. 446

132 Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor Fall Guy th Century Fox Fantasy Island 130 Columbia Gunsmoke 402 Viacom Hardcastle and McCormick 67 Lexington Hart to Hart 112 Columbia Hawaii Five Viacom High Chapparal 98 Republic Hill St. Blues 146 Victory Hitchcock Hour 93 MCA Hunter 107 Televentures Incredible Hulk 85 MCA Jacques Cousteau 36 limner Program Sales Knight Rider 90 MCA Knots Landing 128 Warner Bros. Kojak 118 MCA Little House on the Prairie 216 Worldvision Lost in Space 83 20th Century Fox Love Boat I 140 Worldvision Love Boat Worldvision Magnum, P.I. 129 MCA Mannix 130 Paramount Matt Houston 68 Warner Bros. Mission: Impossible 171 Paramount Mystery Movies 124 MCA Perry Mason 271 Viacom Police Story 105 Columbia Police Woman 91 Columbia Remington Steele 94 MTM St. Elsewhere 116 MTM Star Trek 79 Paramount Streets of San Francisco 119 Worldvision T.J. Hooker 90 Columbia That's Incredible 107 MCA The Man from U.N.C.L.E. 132 'lamer Program Sales The Prisoner 17 ITC Trapper John th Century Fox Tlvilight Zone 18 Viacom Vegas 68 20th Century Fox Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea th Century Fox Waltons 221 Warner Bros. We Love Lucy 13 Viacom Wonder Woman 61 Warner Bros. Wonderful World of Disney 185 Buena Vista Firstrun Half -Hour Strips Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor 3rd Degree 195 Warner Bros. After Hours 130 Worldvision Benny Hill 100 Taffner Brothers 114 Paramount Bumper Stumpers 260 MG/Perin Business This Morning 260 Viacom CNN Headline News 260 Eimer Program Sales Couch Potato 95/75 Group W Crimewatch Tonight 185 Orion Crook and Chase 260 Intermedia Mgmt. Current Affair th Century Fox Divorce Court 160 Blair Entertainment Entertainment Tonight 260 Paramount 447

133 Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor Everyday with Joan Lunden 195 Michael Krauss Prods. Family Feud 195 Lexington First Business 260 Biz Net Hard Copy 195 Paramount Independent Network News: USA Tonight 260 INN News Inside Edition 260 King World Inside Report 260 MCA It's A Living 120 Warner Bros. Jackpot 175 Palladium Jeopardy 195 King World Leave It to Beaver 105 Qintex Littlest Hobo 130 Silverbach/Lazarus Lone Ranger 221 Palladium Love Connection 170 Warner Bros. Mama's Family 160 Warner Bros. Morning Stretch 130 PSS People's Court 195 Warner Bros. P.M. Magazine 195 Group W Small Wonder 96 20th Century Fox Tales of the Unexpected 90 Orbis Talkabout 195 Taffner The Judge 160 Genesis Ent. The Last Word 175 Turner Program Sales Trial by Jury 160 Viacom USA Today on TV 260 GTG Wheel of Fortune 195 King World Win, Lose or Draw 185 Buena Vista Hour: Firstrun Strip Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor Arsenio Hall 200 Paramount Dr. Who 260 Lionheart (BBC) Everyday with Joan Lunden 195 Michael Krauss Prods. Geraldo 240 Paramount/ Tribune Ent. Joan Rivers 200 Paramount Live with Regis and Kathie Lee 230 Buena Vista Oprah Winfrey Show 240 King World Phil Donahue 230 Multimedia Sally Jessy Raphael 230 Multimedia Half Hours: Firstrun Weekly Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor 9 to th Century Fox America's Top 10 48/4 All American At the Movies 48/4 Tribune Entertainment Better Your Home with/bhg 26 Worldvision Charles in Charge 26 MCA College Madhouse 26 Warner Bros. Computer Show 39/13 Victory Crime Stopper /13 All American Ebony/Jet Showcase 26 Carl Meyers George and Mildred 38 Taffner Gidget 44 Lexington INN Magazine 52 INN News In Sport 50/2 Select Media Inside Video This Week 52 MG/Perin It's a Living 25 Warner Bros. 448

134 u Title No. of Episodes (Orlgb ud/repeat) Distributor. Jeopardy 52 King World Keep It In the Family 31 Taffner Lassie 4 26 MCA Mama's Family 68 Warner Bros. Man About the House 39 Thffner Missing Reward 24 Group W Monsters 26 ltibune Entertainment Motorweek Illustrated 52 Orbis Munsters (new) 24 MCA Music City, USA 26 Multimedia My Secret Identity 26 MCA Out of This World 24 MCA Funky Brewster 22 Columbia Remote Control 39/13 Viacom Runaway with/rich and Famous 26 TPE Secret World 24 Tamer Program Services Secrets and Mysteries 26 ITC Siskel and Ebert 46/6 Buena Vista Small Wonder 24 20th Century Fox Superboy 26 Viacom T&T 24 Qintex Tales from the Darkside 26 Tribune Entertainment That's My Mama 22 Columbia The Making Of 26 Muller Media TWilight Zone 90 MGM/UA War Chronicles 13 Orbis Wheel of Fortune 52 King World World Class Women 13 Select Media Youth Quake 26 1.M. Ent. Hours: Firstrun Weekly Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor American Gladiators 26 Samuel Goldwyn Blake's 7 52 Lionheart Byron Allen 26 Genesis Classic Country 91 Genesis Entertainment Cop Talk-Behind the Shield 26 Tribune Entertainment Entertainment This Week 51 Paramount Fairie Tale Theater 26 Silverbach/Lazarus Freddie's Nightmare 22 Warner Bros. Friday the 13th 26 Paramount G.L O W 26 MG/Perin Hee Haw 26 Gaylord Jacques Cousteau 12 Tamer Program Services Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous 26 TPE Michelob Presents Night Music 24 Fox/Lorber National Geographic on Assignment 12 Tamer Program Services National Geographic Explorer 12 Tanner Program Services National Geographic Specials 96 Genesis Entertainment Robin Hood 26 Samuel Goldwyn Roller Games 13 Qintex Showtime at the Apollo 26 Raymond Horn Smithsonian Treasures 6 Lexington Soul Train 40/12 Tribune Entertainment Space ITC Star Search 26 TPE Star Trek: The Next Generation 26 Paramount The Eyes of War 8 Vestron Taff Ttax 52 Qintex 449

135 Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor USA Today on TV 52 GTG War of the Worlds 24 Paramount World at War 36 Taffner Youth Quake 7 J.M. Entertainment Children's Animated Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor Alvin & the Chipmunks 65 Warner Bros. Animated Classics 8 Taffner Bullwinlde 98 DFS C.O.P.S. 65 Cluster Care Bears 65 SFM Chip 'n Dale's Rescue Rangers 65 Buena Vista Dennis the Menace 65 DFS Denver The Last Dinosaur 52 World Events Duck Tales 95 Buena Vista Dudley Do -Right 38 DFS Felix the Cat 65 Columbia Flintstones 166 DFS Funtastic World-Hanna/Barbera Worldvision Gumby (new series) 65 Warner Bros. Gumby (original) 130 Ziv Intl. Heathcliff 86 Lexington Inch High Private Eye 13 DFS Jem 75 Claster Jetsons 75 Worldvision M.A S K 75 Lexington Maxie's World 70 Claster Mighty Mouse & Friends 130 Viacom Muppet Babies 65 Cluster My Little Pony and Friends 65 Cluster New Archies 13 Closter Real Ghostbusters 99 Lexington Rocky and Friends 78 DFS Scooby Doo 110 DFS Smurfs 130 Worldvision Snorks 65 Worldvision Space Kidettes 20 DFS Super Mario Brothers 65 Viacom Super Sunday 14 Closter Superfriends 110 Lexington Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 65 Group W Tennessee Tuxedo 140 DFS Thunderbirds 24 ITC Thundersub 27 Lionheart (BBC) Uncle Waldo 52 DFS Valley of the Dinosaurs 16 DFS Visionaries 13 Closter Wheelie And The Chopper Bunch 13 DFS Yogi Bear 65 Worldvision Young Samson 20 DFS Children's: Live Action Title No. of Episodes Distributor Cisco Kid 156 Blair Entertainment Dr. Fad 26 Fox/Lorber Fun House 170 Warner Bros. 450

136 Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor Littlest Hobo 96 Warner Bros. Muppets 120 ITC Peppermint Place 52 Electra Pictures Super Sloppy Double Dare 130 Viacom Superman 104 Warner Bros. Young Universe 26 Behrens Short -Length Animation Title No. of Episodes (Original/Repeat) Distributor Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig 256 Warner Bros. Casper the Friendly Ghost 244 Worldvision Felix the Cat 260 Columbia Hercules 130 Columbia New Three Stooges 156 Muller Media Tom and Jerry 308 'Rimer Program Sales 451

137 Motion Pictures Made for Television Listed herewith are new films especially made for television and shown for the first time during the season from September to August. Key for credits: P is Producer; Exec. P: Executive Producer; Spry. P: Supervising Producer; D: Director; W: Writer; M: Music by. Running time indicated includes commercials. Mini-series (made for television movies shown in three parts or more) are in the list at the end of this section. AGATHA CHRISTIE'S "THE MAN IN THE BROWN SUIT" Man Shayne Prods. Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television. Exec. P: Alan Shayne. Prod. supervisor: Norman Foster. D: Alan Grint. W: Carla Jean Wagner. Shown on CBS January 4, (2 hrs.) Cast: Stephanie Zimbalist, Rue McClanahan, Tony Randall. Edward Woodward, Ken Howard, Nickolas Grace, Simon Dutton. AMITYVILLE: THE EVIL ESCAPES Steve White Prods. & Spectator. Exec. P: Steve White, Sandor Stern. P: Barry Bernardi. Co -P: John G. Jones. D -W: Sandor Stern, based on book by John G. Jones. M: Rick Conrad. Shown on NBC May 12, (2 hrs.) Cast:'Patty Duke, Jane Wyatt, Frederic Lehne, Lou Hancock, Brandy Gold. Geri Heisler, Aron Eisenberg, Norman Lloyd, Robert Alan Browne. BABYCAKES The Konigsberg/Sanitsky Co. Exec. P: Frank Konigsberg, Larry Sanitsky. P: Diana Kerew. D: Paul Schneider. W: Joyce Eliason, based on German film "Sugarbaby" by Percy Adlon. M: William Olvis. Shown on CBS February 14, (2 hrs.) Cast: Ricki Lake, Craig Sheffer, Nada Despotovich, Paul Benedict. Betty Buckley, John Karlen. BACKFIRE ITC Production. P: Danton Rissner. Exec. in chg. of prod.: Dennis A. Brown D; Gilbert Cates. W: Larry Brand, Rebecca Reynolds, M: David Shire. Shown on Showtime June 18, 1989 (95 minutes). Cast: Karen Allen, Keith Carradine, Jeff Fahey, Dean Paul Martin. Philip Sterling, Dinah Manoff BAYWATCH: PANIC AT MALIBU PIER GTG Entertainment. Exec. P -W: Douglas Schwartz, Michael Berk. P: Robert Hargrove, Gregory J. Bonann. D: Richard Compton. M: Arthur Rubinstein. Shown on NBC April 23, (2 hrs.) Cast: David Hasselhoff, Parker Stevenson, Shawn Weatherly, Billy Warlock, Erika Eleniak. Peter Phelps, Gina Hecht, Brandon Call. Monte Markham, Madchen Amick, Wendie Malick, Richard Jaeckel. BIONIC SHOWDOWN: THE SIX -MILLION DOLLAR MAN & THE BIONIC WOMAN Universal TV. Exec. P -W: Michael Sloan. P: Nigel Watts, Bernie Joyce. Co -P: Richard Anderson, Lee Majors. D: Alan J. Levi. Shown on NBC April 30, (2 hrs.) Cast: Lee Majors, Lindsay Wagner, Richard Anderson, Martin E. Brooks, Sandra Bullock, Jeff Yagher. Geraint Wyn Davies, Robert Lansing, Lee Majors 2nd, Josef Sommer. BREAKING POINT An Avnet/Kerner Co. Production. P: Jon Avnet, Jordan Kerner. D: Peter Markle. W: Stanley Greenberg. Shown on TNT August 18, (2 hours.) Cast: Corbin Bernsen, John Glover, Joanna Pacula. BRIDESMAIDS Motown Prods., Quintex Entertainment and Deaun Prods. Exec. P: Suzanne de Passe. Spry. P: Carol A. Caruso. P: Jay Benson. D: Lila Garrett. W: Bett Eyre. M: Paul Chihara. Shown on CBS February 21, (2 hrs.) Cast: Shelley Hack, Sela Ward, Stephanie Faracy, Jack Coleman, Audra Lindley, Brooke Adams, Hamilton Camp, James F Dean, Randy Ser, Kathryn Kimler. BRIDGE TO SILENCE Fries Entertainment In assoc. with Briggle, Hennessy, Carrothers & Associates. Exec. P: Charles Fries. P: Stockton Briggle, Dennis Hennessy, Richard Carrothers. Exec. in chg. of P: S. Bryan Hickox. Assoc. P: Jack Allen. D: Karen Arthur. W: Louisa Burns -Bisogno. M: Fred Karlin. Shown on CBS April 9, (2 hrs.) Cast: Lee Remick, Marlee Marlin, Michael 0' Keefe, Candace Brecker, Allison Silva, Josef Sommer, Phyllis Frelich. BROTHERHOOD OF THE ROSE NBC Productions. Exec P: Sterling Silliphant. P & D: Marvin J. Chomsky. W: Gy Waldron, based on novel by David Morrell. M: Laurence Rosenthal. Shown on NBC January 22 and 23,1989. (4 hrs.) Cast: Robert Mitchum, Peter Strauss, David Morse, Connie Sellecca, James Sikking. M. Emmet Walsh. THE CASE OF THE HILLSIDE STRANGLERS Kenwood Prods. & Fries Entertainment. Exec. P: Charles Fries, Mike Rosenfeld. P: Carole Coates. D: Stephen Gethers. W: Gethers, based on Dacey O'Brien's novel, Two of a Kind: the Hillside Stranglers. Shown on NBC April 2, (2 hrs.) Cast: Richard Crenna. Dennis Farina, Billy Zane, Tony Plana, James Tolkan, Karen Austin, Matthew Faison, Robert Harper, Mary Jackson. CHAMPAGNE CHARLIE Champagne Charlie Prods., Falcon Prods., S.A. & CTV TV Network Ltd. P: David Patterson, Thierry Caillen. Co -P: Ronald I. Cohen. D: Allen Eastman. W: Robert Geotfrion, Jacqueline Lefevre. Shown in syndication April 12 & 18, (4 hrs.) Cast: Hugh Grant, Megan Gallagher, Megan Follows, Stephan Au - dran, Georges Decrieres, Jean-Claude Dauphin, Alexandra Stewart, Jean-Paul Muel, Vladek Sheybak, R.H. Thomson, Kenneth Welsh, Dennis Forest. THE CHRISTMAS WIFE Edie Landau Prod. Exec. P: Edie Landau. P: Patrick Whitley. D: David Jones. W -Assoc. P: Katherine Ann Jones, based on short story by Helen Norris. M: Max Harris. Shown on HBO December 12, (1V hrs.) Cast. Jason Robards, Julie Harris, Don Francks. James Eckhouse. THE COMEBACK CBS Entertainment Production. P: Ron Roth. D: Jerrold Freedman. W: Percy Granger, based on "Eye of the Beholder" by Seymour Epstein. M: Craig Safan. Shown on CBS January 8, (2 hrs.) Cast: Robert Urich, Chynna Phillips, Mitchell Anderson, Brvnn Thayer, Harvey Martin, Ronny Cox. THE COVER GIRL & THE COP Barry & Enright/Alexander Productions. Exec. P: Dan Enright. P: Les Alexander and Dan Enright. D: Neal Israel. W: Michael Norell. M: Sylvester Levay. Shown on NBC January 16, (2 hrs.) 452

138 Cast: Dinah Manoff, Julia Duffy, John Karlen, David Carradine, Parker Stevenson, Jonathan Fratres, Robert Picardo, Arthur Taxier, Toni Silardi, Whip Hubley, Blair Underwood. Danitra Vance. CROSSING THE MOB Bateman Co. Prod. in assoc. with Interscope Communications Inc. Exec. P: Ted Field, Kent Bateman. P: Phil Parslow. D: Steven Hilliard Stern. W: Lewis Colick, Alan Shapiro. Shown on NBC October 14, (2 hrs.) Cast: Jason Bateman, Frank Stallone, Patti D'Arbanville, Maura Tierney, Michael Manasseri, Evan Mirard, William Gallo, Louis Giam. balvo, Brent and Brandon Goldman, Tony Brafa, Robert Costanzo. DADAH IS DEATH Steve Krantz Prods./Roadshow Coote & Carroll and Samuel Goldwyn Television. Exec. P: Steve Krantz, Matt Carroll. P -D: Jerry London. Spry. P: Moya Iceton. W: Bill Kerby. M: Fred Karlin. Shown on CBS October 30 & 31, (4 hrs.) Cast: Julie Christie, Hugo Weaving, John Poison, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kerry Armstrong, Robin Ramsey, Victor Banerjee. DANCE 'TIL DAWN Konigsberg/Sanitsky Prods. Exec. P: Frank Konigsberg, Larry Sanitsky. P: Whitney Green. D: Paul Schneider. W: Andrew Guerdat, Steve Kreinberg. Shown on NBC October 23, (2 hrs.) Cast: Christina Applegate, Tempestt Bledsoe, Brian Bloom, Cliff De - Young. Mary Frann, Tracy Gold, Kelsey Grammer, Edie McClurg, Alyssa Milano, Matthew Perry, Alan Thicke, Chris Young, Molly Cheek, Graham Jarvis, Candy Azzara. DANNY, THE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD The Disney Channel, PBS Wonderworks, Thames TV, Portobello Prods. & Children's Film & TV Foundation. P: Eric Abraham. D: Gavin Millar. W: John Goldsmith, based on story by Roald Dahl. M: Stanley Myers. Shown on Disney Channel April 29, (2 hrs.) Cast: Jeremy Irons, Samuel Irons, Cyril Cusack, Robbie Coltrane, Michael Hordern, Lionel Jeffries, Jean Marsh, Jimmy Nail, Ronald Pickup, John Woodvine, William Armstrong, Ceri Jackson. James Walker. DARK HOLIDAY Peter Nelson/Lou Antonio Prods., The Finnegan/Pinchuk Co. & Orion TV. Exec. P -D: Lou Antonio. Spry. P: Pat & Bill Finnegan, Sheldon Pinchuk. P: Peter Nelson. W: Rose Leiman Golemberg, based on Gene LePere's novel "Never Pass This Way Again." M: Paul Chihara. Shown on NBC May 1, (2 hrs.) Cast: Lee Remick. Norma Aleandro, Tony Goldwyn. Roy Thinnes, John Standing, Suzanne Wouk, Shanit Keter, Jim Antonio. DAVID Tough Boys Inc., Donald March Prods. in assoc. with ITC Entertainment. P: Donald March. D: John Erman. W: Stephanie Liss. M: Marvin Hamlisch. Shown on ABC October 25, (2 hrs.) Cast: Bernadette Peters, John Glover, Dan Lauria, Matthew Lawrence, George Grizzard. DAY ONE Aaron Spelling Prods. in assoc. with Paragon Motion Pictures and David W. Rintels Prods. Exec. P: Aaron Spelling, E. Duke Vincent. W -P: David W. Rinteln, based on book "Day One: Before Hiroshima" by Peter Wyden. D: Joseph Sargent. M: Mason Daring. Shown on CBS March 5, (3 hrs.) Cast: Brian Dennehy, David Strathairn, Michael Tucker, Hume Cronyn, Richard Dysart, Hal Holbrook, Barnard Hughes, John McMartin. David Ogden Stiers, Anne Twomey. Lawrence Dane. Ron Frazier, Olek Krupa, Bernie McInerney, John Pielmeiser, Ken Pogue, Gary Reineke, Alan Searle. John Seitz, Tony Shalhoub, Ester Spitz, Ron White. DEAD MAN OUT Citadel Entertainment. Exec. P: David R. Ginsburg. P: Forrest Murray. D: Richard Pearce. W: Ron Hutchinson, story by J.D. Maria, Lorna Soroko. M: Cliff Eidelman. Shown on HBO March 12, (90 mins.) Cast: Danny Glover, Ruben Blades, Tom Atkins, Larry Block, Sam Jackson, Maria Ricossa. DEAD SOLID PERFECT HBO Pictures in assoc. with David Merrick. Exec. P: Dan Jenkins. Elan Merrick. P: Bill Badalato. D: Bobby Roth. W: Dan Jenkins, Bobby Roth. M: Tangerine Dream. Shown on HBO December 18, (95 mins.) Cast: Randy Quaid. Kathryn Harrold, Corinne Bohrer, Brett Cullen, Larry Riley, DeLane Matthews, Bibi Desch, John M. Jackson, Jack Warden. DEADLINE: MADRID Universal Television. Exec. P: Karen Harris. Spry. P: Kevin Donnelly. P: Pamela de Maigret. D: John Patterson. W: Karen Harris. M: Larry Carlton. Shown on ABC September 1, (2 hrs.) Cast: Brynn Thayer, Leigh Lawson, Joe Santos, J. Kenneth Campbell, Valerie Wildman, Marta Dubois, Miriam Colon, Charles Cioffi, Andrew Rubin, Neva Patterson. A DEADLY SILENCE Robert Greenwald Prods. Inc. Exec. P: Robert Greenwald, Jennifer Miller. P: Philip Kleinbart, Paul Lussler. Co -P: Robert Florio. Assoc. P: Scott U. Adam. D: John Patterson. W: Jennifer Miller, based on book by Dena Kleinman. M: Richard Gibbs. Shown on ABC Apri116, (2 hrs.) Cast: Mike Farrell, Bruce Weitz, Charles Haid, Richard Portnow, Wally Ward, Heather Fairfield, Sally Struthers, Julliet Sorcey, Philip Linton, Susan Barnes. David Schwimmer, Donna Mitchell, Jeff Corey, Irene Tedrow. DESPERATE FOR LOVE Vishudda Prods. in assoc. with Andrew Adelson Co. and Lorimar Telepictures. Exec. P: Andrew Adelson, Judith Paige Mitchell. P: Steve McGlothen. D: Michael Tbchner. W: Judith Paige Mitchell. M: Charles Bernstein. Shown on CBS January 17, (2 hrs.) Cast: Christian Slater, Tammy Lauren. Brian Bloom. Veronica Cartwright, Scott Paulin, Arthur Rosenberg, Amy O'Neill, Lulee Fisher, Michael Flynn. Billy Vera. THE DIAMOND TRAP Jay Bernstein Prods. in assoc. with Columbia Pictures TV. Exec. P: Jay Bernstein. Spry. Exec. P: Patrick Dromgoole, Johnny Goodman. P: Neil T. Maffeo. Co -P: Jeffrey Morton. D: Don Taylor. W: David Peckinpah. M: Ron Ramin. Shown on CBS November 20, (2 hrs.) Cast: Howard Hesseman, Brooke Shields, Ed Marinaro. liviggy, Darren McGavin, Dick O'Neill, Nicholas Pryor, Tony Steedman. DISASTER AT SILO 7 Mark Carliner Prods. Exec. P: Mark Carliner. P: Julian Krainin. Co -P: Lynn H. Guthrie. D: Larry Elikann. W: Douglas Lloyd Mclntosh, Mark Carlines M: Mark Snow. Shown on ABC November 27, (2 hrs.) Cast: Ray Baker, Peter Boyle. Patricia Charbonneau. Perry King. Michael O'Keefe, Joe Spano, Dennis Weaver. Joe Urla, Brent Jennings. DOUBLE STANDARD Louis Rudolph Prods., Fenton Entertainment Group & Fries Entertainment. Exec. P -D: Louis Rudolph. P: Robert Fenton, S. Bryan Hickox. W: Robert E. Thompson, based on James Whitfield Ellison's book. M: Patrick Williams. Shown on NBC October 17, (2 hrs.) Cast: Robert Fozworth, Michele Greene, Christianne Hirt, James Kee, Pamela Bellwood, Mary Armstrong, Philippe Ayoub, Steven Bednarski. DREAM BREAKERS CBS Entertainment Prods. Spry. P: Robert Silberling. P -D: Stuart Millar. Co -P: Ken Swor. W: Victor Levin, Stuart Millar. M: Glenn Paxton. Shown on CBS January 13, (2 hrs.) Cast: Robert Loggia. Kyle MacLachlan, D.W. Moffett, Charles Cioffi, Laila Robins. John McIntire, Helen Lloyd Breed, Finn Carter, Hal Linden. Maureen Mueller, Alan Wilder, Randy Arney. Don Dean. Frank Rice, Tommy Vee, Will Zahm. EVERYBODY'S BABY: THE RESUE OF JESSICA MCCLURE Dick Berg/Stonehenge Prods., The Campbell Soup Co. in assoc. with Interscope Prods. Inc. Exec. P: Ted Field, Dick Berg, Patricia Clifford, Co -Exec. P: John Kander III. P: Diana Kerew. D: Mel Damski. W: David Eyre Jr. M: Mark Snow. Shown on ABC May 21, (2 hrs.) Cast: Beau Bridges, Patty Duke, Pat Hingle, Roxana Zal, Will Oldham, Whip Hubley, Robin Carmel', Walter Olkewicz, Rudy Ramos. Jack Rader, Guy Stockwell, Daryl Anderson, Mills Watson, Bo Foxworth, Robin Frates, Don Hood. 453

139 FATAL JUDGMENT Jack Farren Prod. Exec. P: Jack Farren. P: Paul Pompian. D: Gilbert Cates. W: Gerald Green. M: Lee Holdridge. Shown on CBS October 18, (2 hrs.) Cast: Patty Duke, Tom Conti, Joe Regalbuto, Jo Henderson, Dana Gladstone, Peter Crook, Richard Cummings Jr., Merrya Small. Mary Tanner, Jane Harnick, Crystal McKellar. FINISH LINE Guber-Peters Entertainment Prods. in assoc. with Phoenix Entertainment Group. Exec. P: Peter Guber, Jon Peters, Gerald W. Abrams. P: Stanley M. Brooks, William P. Owens. Co -P: David Zelon. D: John Nicoleila. W: Norman Morrill. M: William Patrick Olvis. Shown on TNT January 19, 1989 (2 hrs.). Cast: James Brolin, Josh Brolin, Mariska Hargitay, Kristoff St. John, Christopher Keyes, Billy Vera, Stephen Lang, Grand Bush, Joe Jackson, James Ray, Owen Engelmann, Todd Gerimonte, Karen Saddington. THE FORGOTTEN Keach/Railsback Prods., Forgotten Ltd., Wilshire Court Prods., Jadran Films-Jagreb. Exec. P: Steve Railsback, Keith Carradine. Spry. P: Denny Salvaryn. P: James Keach. Co -P: Boris Gregoric. D: James Keach. W: James Keach, Steve Railsback, Matthew Barr, Glenn Benest. M: Laurence Rosenthal. Shown on USA Network April 26, (2 hrs.) Cast: Keith Carradine, Steve Railsback. Stacy Keach, Pepe Serna, Richard Lawson, Don Opper, Michael Champion. Mimi Maynard, Kai Wulff William Lucking. FROM THE DEAD OF THE NIGHT Shadowplay Films/Phoenix Entertainment Group. Exec. P: Hans Proppe. Co -P: Jody B. Paonessa. D: Paul Wendkos. W: William Bleich, from novel "Walkers" by Gary Brandner. M: Gil Melle. Shown on NBC February 27 & 28, (4 hrs.) Cast: Lindsay Wagner, Bruce Boxleitner, Robin Thomas. Diahann Carroll, Robert Prosky. THE FULFILLMENT OF MARY GRAY Les Caplin Prods./Indian Neck Ent. Exec. P: Howard Baldwin, Richard M. Cohen, Lee Caplin. P: Harry R. Sherman. D: Piers Haggard. W: Laird Koenig, based on novel "The Fulfillment" by La Vyrle Spencer. M: Gary Scott. Shown on CBS February 19, (2 hrs.) Cast: Cheryl Ladd, Ted Levine, Lewis Smith. FULL EXPOSURE: THE SEX TAPES SCANDAL Von Zerneck/Sertner Films. Exec. P: Frank von Zerneck, Robert M. Sertner. Co -P: Stephen Zito, Gregory Prange. D: Noel Nosseck. W: Stephen Zito. M: Dana Kaproff. Shown on NBC February 5,1989. (2 hrs.) Cast: Lisa Hartman, Anthony Denison, Vanessa Williams, Peter Jurasik, Jennifer O'Neill, John Anderson. James Avery. Rene Enriquez, Alan Fudge, Walter Olkeiwicz, Judson Scott, Jennifer Warren, Bill Applebaum, Tom Everett, Johnny Haymer, Allan Wasserman, Mort Sertner. GET SMART, AGAIN! The Indie Prod. Co. in assoc. with Phoenix Entertainment Group Inc. Exec. P: Leonard B. Stern, Daniel Melnlck. P: Burt Nodella. Spry. P: Bruce J. Sagan. D: Gary Nelson. W: Leonard B. Stern, Mark Curtiss, Rod Ash. M: Peter Melnlck. Shown on ABC February 26, (2 hrs.) Cast: Don Adams, Barbara Feldon, Bernie Kopell, Dick Gautier, Robert Karvelas, King Moody, Harold Gould, Kenneth Mars, John delancie, Steve Levitt. THE GIFTED ONE Richard Rothstein Prod., NBC Prods. Exec. P: Richard Rothstein. P: Ariel Levy. D: Stephen Herek. W: Richard Rothstein, Lisa James. M: J. Peter Robinson. Shown on NBC June 25, (2 hrs.) Cast: Pete Kowanko, John Rhys -Davies, G.W. Bailey, Greeg Henry, Krystyne Haje, Wendy Phillips, Thomas Callaway, Brandon Call. GLITZ Robert Cooper Films Inc. and Lorimar Telepictures. Exec. P: Gary Adelson, Robert Cooper, David Ginsberg. P: Steve McGlothen. D: Sandor Stern. W: Alan Trustman, Steve Zito. M: Dana Kaproff. Shown on NBC October 21, (2 hrs.) Cast: Jimmy Smits. Markie Post, John Diehl, Ken Foree, Robin Strasser, Kathleen Freeman, George Touliatos. Tasia Valenza. GLORY DAYS Shane Co. with Sibling Rivalries. Exec. P: Joan Conrad. P: Roger Bacon, Glenn D. Banner. D: Robert Conrad. W: Timothy Stack, Larry Williams, David J. Kinghorn. Story: Timothy Slack, Larry Williams. M: Robert Folk. Shown on CBS December ll, (2 hrs.) Cast: Robert Conrad, Jennifer O'Neill, Shane Conrad, Stacy Edwards. Pamela Gidley, Russell Curry, Duane Davis, Timothy Erwin, Micah Grant, Brian Andrew Smith, David E. Thompkins, Ed ()Ross. GLORY! GLORY! Atlantis Films Limited and Orion Television in co -prod. with Stan Daniels Prods. and Greif -Dore Co. Exec. P: Bonny Dore, Leslie Greif. P: Stan Daniels, Seaton McLean, Spry. P: Michael MacMillan. Co -P: Jonathan Goodwill. D: Lindsay Anderson. W: Stan Daniels. M: Christopher Dedrick. Shown on HBO February 19 & 20, (3V. hrs.) Cast: Ellen Green, Richard Thomas, Winston Rekert, Barry Mores. James Whitmore. GO TOWARD THE LIGHT Corapeake Prods. & The Poison Co. Ex«. P: Beth Poison. P: Nick Lombardo. D: Mike Robe. W: Susan Naous, Beth Poison. M: James Newton Howard. Shown on CBS November 1, (2 hrs.) Cast: Linda Hamilton. Piper Laurie, Joshua Harris, Ned Beatty, Gary Bayer, Rosemary Dunsmore, Steve Eckholdt, Brian Bonsai', Mitchell Allen, Richard Thomas. THE GODDESS OF LOVE Phil Margo Enterprise, Inc./New World TV in assoc. with Phoenix Entertainment Group. Exec. P: Phil Margo. Co -P: Ray Manzeila. P: Don Segall. D: Jim Drake. W: Don Segall, Phil Margo. M: Mitch Margo, Dennis Dreith, A.S. Diamond. Shown on NBC November 20, (2 hrs.) Cast: Vanna White, David Naughton. David Leisure, Amanda Bearse, Philip Baker Hall, Betsy Palmer. John Rhys -Davies. Ray O'Connor, Michael Goldfinger. GOING TO THE CHAPEL Furia Org. in assoc. with Finnegan-Pinchuk Co. Exec. P: Barry Oriager. P: Sheldon Pinchuk, Bill Finnegan, Pat Finnegan. D: Paul Lynch. W: Erik Tarloff. M: Charles Fox. Shown on NBC October 9, (2 hrs.) Cast: Barbara Billingsley, Eileen Brennan. Joel Brooks, Michele Greene, Wendy Kilbourne, Claris Leachman, Mark Linn -Baker, John Ratzenberger, Jennifer Savidge, Jane Sibbett, Michael Talbott. Scott Valentine. Dick Van Patten, Max Wright. GOODBYE, MISS 4TH OF JULY Finnegan/Pinchuk Prods., Walt Disney Co. Exec. P: Pat Finnegan, Bill Finnegan, Sheldon Pinchuk. P: Christopher Seiler, Josephine Lyons, Peter Miller. D: George Miller. W: Kathy McCormick. Based on the book "Miss 4th of July, Goodbye," by Christopher C. Janus. M: Mark Snow. Shown on Disney Channel December 3, (90 mins.) Cast: Louis Gossett, Jr., Chris Sarandon, Roxana Zal, Chantal Contoury, Chynna Phillips, Mitchell Anderson, Conchata Ferrell, Ed Lauter, Kai Wulff GORE VIDAL'S BILLY THE KID Von Zerneck-Sertner Productions. P: Frank von Zerneck, Robert M. Seriner. D: William A. Graham. W: Gore Vidal. M: Laurence Rosenthal. Shown on TNT May 10, (2 hrs.) Cast: Val Kilmer. Duncan Regehr Wilford Brimley, Michael Parks. THE GREAT ESCAPE II: THE UNTOLD STORY Michael Jaffe Films Ltd. in assoc. with Spectator Films. Exec. P: Michael Jaffe. P: Jud Taylor. D: Paul Wendkos, Jud Taylor. W: Walter Halsey David. M: Johnny Mandel. Shown on NBC November 6 & 7, (4 hrs.) Cast: Christopher Reeve, Judd Hirsch, Anthony Denison, Charles Haid, Ian McShane, Donald Pleasence, Michael Nader, Mijou Kovacs, Ronald Lacey. GUTS & GLORY: THE RISE AND FALL OF OLIVER NORTH Mike Robe Prods. Inc. in assoc. with Papazian-Hirsch Entertainment. Exec. P -D -W: Mike Robe. P: Robert Papazian, James G. Hirsch. Based on book by Ben Bradlee Jr. M: Arthur B. Rubinstein. Shown on CBS April 30 and May 2, (4 hrs.) 454

140 Cast: David Keith, Barnard Hughes. Annette O'Toole, Peter Boyle, Paul Dooley, Amy Stock-Poynton, Bryan Clark, Joe Dorsey, Terry O'Quinn, Miguel Ferrer. Madison Mason, Suzanne Snyder, Scott Kraft. THE HAUNTING OF SARAH HARDY USA Network. Exec. P -D: Jerry London. P -Prod Mgr.: Richard Rothschild. W: Thomas Baum. Shown on USA Network May 31,1989. (2 hrs.) Cast: Sela Ward, Morgan Fairchild, Michael Woods, Polly Bergen. HIGHER GROUND Green/Epstein Prod. in assoc. with Columbia Pictures Television. Exec. P: Jim Green, Allen Epstein. Co -Exec. P: John Denver. D: Robert Day. W: Michael Eric Stein. M: John Denver, Lee Holdridge. Shown on CBS September 4, (2 hrs.) Cast: John Denver, Meg Witmer. David Renan, Brandon Marsh, John Rhys -Davies, Martin Kove, Richard Masur, Gordon Tootoosis. THE HIJACKING OF THE ACHILLE LAURO Tamara Asseyes Prods./Spectator Films/New World Television. Exec. P: Tamara Asseyev. Spry. P: Sue Miliken. W -D: Robert Collins. M: Chris Boardman. Shown on NBC February 13, (2 hrs.) Cast: Karl Malden, Lee Grant, Vera Miles, E.G. Marshall, Christina Spiegel. HOME FIRES BURNING Marian Rees Associates Inc. Exec. P: Marian Rees. P -D: Glenn Jordan. W: Robert Inman. M: Don Davis. Shown on CBS January 29, (2 hrs.) Cast: Barnard Hughes. Sada Thompson, Robert J. Prosky, Bill Pullman, Elizabeth Berridge, Neil Patrick Harris. I KNOW MY FIRST NAME IS STEVEN Andress Adelson Co. in assoc. with Lorimar Television. Exec. P: Andrew Adelson. P: Kim C. Friese. D: Larry Elikann. W: JP. Miller, Cynthia Whitcomb. Story: JP Miller, suggested by material by W.H. (Mike) Echols II. M: David Shire. Shown on NBC May 22 and 23, (4 hrs.) Cast: Corin "Corky" Nemec, Arliss Howard, Cindy Pickett, John Ashton, Luke Edwards. I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS NBC Prods. Exec. P: Michael Manheim. P -D: Marvin J. Chomsky. W: Blanche Hanalis. M: Jorge Callandrelli. Shown on NBC December 12, (2 hrs.) Cast: Hal Holbrook, Eva Marie Saint, Nancy Travis, Peter Gallagher, Courteney Cox, Jason Oliver, David Moscow. IN THE LINE OF DUTY: THE FBI MURDERS Telcom Entertainment Inc. in assoc. with World International Network. Exec. P: Michael Lepiner, Kenneth Kaufman. P: David Kappes. Exec. in chg. of prod: Marjorie Kalins. D: Dick Lowry. W: Tracy Keenan Wynn. Shown on NBC November 27, (2 hrs.) Cast Michael Gross. Doug Sheehan, David Soul, Ronny Cox, Bruce Greenwood, Ronald G. Joseph. Teri Copley. INDISCREET Republic Pictures. Exec. P: Karen Mack. P: John Davis. Spry. P: Jane Petteway. D: Richard Michaels. W: Walter Lockwood, Sally Robinson, based on play/screenplay by Norman Krasna. M: Arthur B. Rubinstein. Shown on CBS October 24, (2 hrs.) Cast: Robert Wagner, Lesley -Anne Down, Maggie Henderson, Robert McBain, Jeni Barnett, Fanny Carby. INTERNAL AFFAIRS Titus Prods. Inc. a Great American Broadcasting Co. Exec. P: Herbert Brodkin, Robert Berger. P: Thomas De Wolfe. D: Michael TLchner. W: William Bayer. M: Arthur B. Rubinstein. Shown on CBS November 6 & 7, (4 hrs.) Cast: Richard Crenna, Kate Capshaw, Cliff Gorman, Dennis Boutsikaris, Danton Stone, Sam Coppola, Caroline Kava, James McDaniel, Ronald Hunter, John Capodice, Philip Bosco, Min Luang, David Leary, Paul Guilfoyle, Lee Richardson, Michael Fischetti, Aki Aleong. INTRIGUE Crew Neck Prods. & Linnea Prods. in assoc. with Columbia Pictures Television. Exec. P: John Scheinfeld, Jeff Melvoin. P: Nick Gillott. D: David Drury. W: Jeff Melvoin, Robert Collins. Story: Robert Coffins. M: Basil Poledouris. Shown on CBS September H, (2 hrs.) Cast: Scott Glenn, Robert Loggia, William Atherton, Martin Shaw, Cherie Lunghi, Eleanor Bron, Paul Maxwell, William Roberts. Don Fellows, Blain Fairman, Philip O'Brien. JACK THE RIPPER Euston Films Prod., Thames Television in association with Hill - O'Connor Ent. and Lorimar. Exec. P: Lloyd Shirely, Robert O'Connor, Leonard HW. P -D: David Wickes. W: Derek Marlowe, David Wickes. M: John Cameron. Shown on CBS October 21 & 23, (4 hrs.) Cast: Michael Caine, Armand Assante. Ray McAnally, Lewis Collins, Ken Bones, Susan George, Jane Seymour. JESSE Turman -Foster Co./Jordan Prod. in assoc. with Republic Pictures. Exec. P: Lawrence Turman, David Foster. P -D: Glenn Jordan. W: James Lee Barrett. M: David Shire. Shown on CBS October 4, (2 hrs.) Cast: Lee Remick, Kevin Conway, Scott Wilson, Richard Marcus, Priscilla Lopez, Leon Rippy, Albert Salmi. Macon McCalman, Richard Erdman, Stephen Jace, Richard Glover. THE KAREN CARPENTER STORY Weintraub Entertainment Prods. Exec. P: Richard Carpenter. P: Robert A. Papazian, Hal Galli. D: Joseph Sargent. W: Barry Morrow. M: Richard Carpenter. Shown on CBS January 1, (2 hrs.) Cast: Cynthia Gibb, Mitchell Anderson, Louise Fletcher, Peter Michael Goetz. KILLER INSTINCT Millar -Bromberg Prods. & ITC Entertainment. P: Stuart Millar, Conrad Bromberg. D: Waris Hussein. W: Conrad Bromberg. M: Paul Chihara. Shown on NBC November 22, (2 hrs.) Cast: Melissa Gilbert, Woody Harrelson, Lane Smith, Kevin Conroy, Fernando Lopez, Roy Brocksmith, Michael Kaufman, Janet MacLachlan, William Marshall, Marco Rodriguez, Garn Stephens, Nat Bernstein, Anne Betancourt. Barry Dennen, Peter Jancangelo, Robert Schuch, Lorrine Vozoff KISS SHOT London Prods. in assoc, with Whoop Inc. Exec. P -D: Jerry London. P: Salli Newman, Mel A. Bishop. Assoc. P: Chad Cooperman, Abra Edelman. W: Carl Kleinschmit. M: Steve Dorf. Shown on CBS April H, (2 hrs.) Cast: Whoopi Goldberg, Dorian Harewood, Dennis Franz, Tasha Scott, David Marciano, Teddy Wilson. THE LADY AND THE HIGHWAYMAN Lord Grade Prod. in assoc. with Gainsborough Pictures. Exec. P: Laurie Johnson. P: Albert Fennell, John Hough. D: John Hough. W: Terence Feely, Peter Manley. M: Laurie Johnson. Shown on CBS January 22, (2 hrs.) Cast: Emma Samms, Oliver Reed, Michael York, Hugh Grant, Claire Bloom, Lysette Anthony. Christopher Cazenove, Gordon Jackson, Gareth Hunt, Ian Bannen. LADY MOBSTER Von Zerneck-Samuels Prod. Exec. P: Frank son Zerneck, Stu Samuels. P: Robert M. Seriner. D: John Llewellyn Mosey. W: Stephen Zito. Story: Bill & Jo La Mond, Stephen Zito. Shown on ABC October 16, (2 hrs.) Cast: Susan Lucci. Michael Nader, Roscoe Born, Thom Bray. Al Ruscio, Hy Anzell, Jon Cypher, Helaine Lembeck, Joseph Wiseman. LADYKILLERS Barry Weitz Films Inc. in assoc. with ABC Circle Films. Exec. P: Barry Weitz. P: Andrew Hill. D: Robert Lewis. W: Greg Dinallo. M: Mark Snow. Shown on ABC November 9, (2 hrs.) Cast: Marilu Renner, Susan Blakely, Lesley -Anne Down, Thomas Calabro, William Lucking, Alexandra Barrie, Mark Carlton, David Correia, Gary Hudson, Michael Ensign, Del Zamora, Keith David, Lela Ivey. LEAP OF FAITH Hart, Thomas & Berlin Prods. Exec. P: Carole Hart, Kathie Berlin, Marto Thomas. P: Ira Marvin. D: Stephen Gyllenhaal. W: Bruce Hart. M: Charles Gross. Shown on CBS October 6, (2 hrs.) Cast: Anne Archer, Sam Neill, Frances Lee McCain, Norman Parker, Louis Giambalvo, James Hong, James Tolkan, Elizabeth Ruscio, C.C.H. Pounder, Michael Constanine, Tony Abatemarco, Sharon Mansano. 455

141 LIBERACE Liberace Foundation for the Performing & Creative Arts with Dick Clark Prods. Inc. in assoc. with Republic Pictures. Exec. P: Joel R. Strote, Dick Clark. P: Preston Fischer. D: Billy Hale. W: Anthony and Nancy Lawrence. M: Gary William Friedman. Shown on ABC October 2, (2 hrs.) Cast: Andrew Robinson, John Rubinstein, Maris Valainis, Deborah Goodrich, Carmen Argenziano. Louis Giambalvo, Kario Salem, Rue McClanahan. LIBERACE: BEHIND THE MUSIC Canadian International Studios. Exec. P: Linda Yellen, Nancy Bein. P: Murray Shostak. D: David Greene. W: Gavin Lambert. M: Hagood Hardy. Shown on CBS October 9, (2 hrs.) Cast: Victor Garber. Saul Rubinek, Maureen Stapleton. Michael Wikes, Paul Hipp, George Touliatos. THE LITTLEST VICTIMS CBS Entertainment. Exec. P: Marian Brayton. P: Fern Field. Spry. P: Anne Carlucci, Norman G. Brooks. Assoc. P: Ray McCullough. Exec. in chg. of P: Norman S. Powell. D: Peter Levin. W: Kenneth Cavander, story by Richard Lees. M: Joel Rosenbaum. Shown on CBS April 23, (2 hrs.) Cast: Tim Matheson, Lewis Arlt, Mary -Joan Negro, Maryann Plunkett, Nan -Lynn Nelson, Harsh Nayyar, Novella Nelson, Graham Brown, William Cain, Larry Keith, Richard Venture. LOOKING FOR MIRACLES Sullivan Films. Exec. P: Kevin Sullivan, Trudy Grant. P -D: Kevin Sullivan. W: Sullivan, Stuart McLean, Based on book by A. E. Hotchner. M: John Weisman. Shown on The Disney Channel June 3, (2 hrs.) Cast: Greg Spottiswood, Zachary Bennett, Patricia Phillips, Joe Flaherty, Patricia Gage, Noah Godfrey. Paul Haddad, Dean Hamilton, Hugh Thompson, Eric Fink, Elliot Hurst. LOVE AND BETRAYAL ITC Entertainment. P: Marcy Gross, Ann Weston. D: Richard Michaels. W: Laurian Leggett. M: Charles Bernstein. Shown on CBS April 16, (2 hrs.) Cast: Stefanie Powers. David Birney, Fran Drescher. MAGIC MOMENTS Arena Films, Atlantic Video Ventures, Yorkshire Television. Exec. P: Keith Richardson, Jonathan Dana, John Goldstone. P: David Conroy. D: Lawrence Gordon Clarke. W: Terence Brady, Charlotte Bingham. Based on the novel by Nora Roberts. M: Alan Hawkshaw. Shown on Showtlme March 19, (2 hrs.) Cast: John Shea, Jenny Seagrove, Paul Freeman, Debora Weston, Sam Douglas, Tony Counter, Shirley Cassedy. A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS Agememnon Films Prods. Exec. P: Peter Snell, P: Fraser Heston. D: Charlton Heston. W: Robert Bolt. M: Julia Downes. Shown on TNT December 7, (21 hrs.) Cast: Charbon Heston, Vanessa Redgrave, John Gielgud, Nicholas Amer. Milton Cadman. Martin Chamberlain, Jonathan Hackett, John Hudson, Richard Johnson, Roy Kinnear, Valrie Minifie, Geof Owen. Adrienne Thomas, Benjamin Whitrow, Brian Badcoe. THE MAN WHO LIVED AT THE RITZ Harmony Gold Prods., ReteEuropa Prods., Bill McCutchen Prods. Exec. P: Bill McCutchen. P: Serge Touboul, Evelyne Madec, Frank Agrama, Henri Spade, Riccardo Tozzi. D: Desmond Davis. W: Gordon Cotler. Based on the novel by A.E. Hotchner. M: Richard Rodney Bennett. Shown in syndication (N.Y.) November 28 & 29, (4 hrs.) Cast: Perry King, Leslie Caron, Cherie Lunghi, David McCallum, David Robb, Patachou, Mylene Demongeot, Sophie Barjac, Joss Ackland. MARCUS WELBY, M.D.-A HOLIDAY AFFAIR Marstar Ltd. & Condor Prods. Exec. P: Martin Stargar. P: Howard Alston, Peter -Christian Fitter. D -W: Steven Gethers. M: Georges Garvarenls. Shown on NBC December 19, (2 hrs.) Cast: Robert Young, Alexis Smith. Delphine Forest, Craig Stevens, Robert Hardy, Betsy Blair, Robert McLeod, Paul Maxwell, Pierre Leclercq, Pauline Larrieu, Anna Gaylor, Mary Martlew, Alain Klarer, Daniel Leger. MARGARET BOURKE-WHITE TNT Inc., Project VII and Central TV Enterprises. Exec. P: Robert Haimi Jr., Rupert Dilnott-Cooper. P -D: Lawrence Schiller. Line P: Paul L. Cameron. Co -P: Ron Colby. W: Marjorie David. based on Vicki Goldberg's biography. M: John Cacavas. Shown on TNT April 24, (2 hrs.) Cast: Farrah Fawcett, Frederic Forrest, Mitchell Ryan, David Huddleston, Jay Patterson, Robert Stanton, Robert Katims, Robert James Kearney. MAYBE BABY Perry Lafferty Prods. in assoc. with Von Zerneck/Samuels Prods. Exec. P: Perry Lafferty, Frank von Zerneck, Stu Samuels. P: Robert M. Sertner. D: Tom Moore. W: Janet Kovalcik. Shown on NBC December 5, (2 hrs.) Cast: Jane Curtin, Dabney Coleman. Julia Duffy, Florence Stanley, David Doyle, David Bowe, Peter Michael Goetz. MICKEY SPILLANE'S MIKE HAMMER: MURDER TAKES ALL Jay Bernstein Prod. in acww., with Columbia Pictures Television. Exec. P: Jay Bernstein. P: Jeffrey Morton. D: John Nicolella. W: Mark Edwards Edens. M: Ron Ramin. Shown on CBS May 21, (2 hrs.) Cast: Stacy Keach. Lynda Carter, Lindsay Bloom, Don Stroud, Jim Caney, Stacy Galina, Lyle Alzado, Royce D. Applegate, John Calvin. Jessie Lawrence Ferguson, Kristen Jensen, Paul Lieber, Ed Winter, Michelle Phillips. MIRACLE AT BEEKMAN'S PLACE EmiBE Inc. Prod. Exec. P: Scoey Mitchelll. P: Donald R. Boyle. D: Bernard L. Kowalski. W: Donald R. Boyle, Scoey Mitchelll. M: Harry Middlebrooks, Chris Page. Shown on NBC December 26, (2 hrs.) Cast: Scoey Mitchelll, Theresa Merritt. Robert Costanzo, Liz Torres. Brian Matthews. Jane Sibbett, Hector Mercado, Jane Alden. MOTHER'S DAY CBN Production Group. Exec. P: S. Harry Young. P -D: Susan Rohrer. W: Duke & B.W. Sandefur. M: Brent Havens. Shown on CBN May 13, (2 hrs.) Cast: MalcolmJamal Warner, Jose Ferrer, Denise Nicholas, Bernie Casey. Melba Moore, Greg Salata, Amber Kain, Joe Lambie, Ellen Dolan. MURDER BY MOONLIGHT Tamara Asseyev Prods. London Weekend TV and Viacom Prods. Exec. P: Tamara Asseyev. Co -P: Ron Carr. D: Michael Lindsay -Hogg. W: Carla Jean Wagner. M: Trevor Jones. Shown on CBS May 9,1989. (2 hrs.) Cast: Brigitte Nielsen, Julian Sands, Jane Lapotaire, Gerald McRaney. Brian Cox, Alphonsia Emmanuel, Celia Imre, David Yip, Michael J. Shannon, Stuart Milligan, Stephen Jenn. MURDER BY NIGHT NEI Motion Picture Company. Exec. P: Peter Simpson. Spry. P: Ray Sager. Co -P: David Roessell. Assoc. P: Dan Johnson. Exec. in chg. of Prod.: llana Frank. D: Paul Lynch. W: Alan B. McElroy. Shown on USA Network July 19, (2 hrs.) Cast: Robert Urich, Kay Lenz. Michael &onside, Jim Metzler, Sandra P. Grant. Geoffrey Bowes. MURDERERS AMONG US: THE SIMON WIESENTHAL STORY Robert Cooper Prod. from Citadel Entertainment for TVS Films In assoc. with HBO and Hungarian Television. Exec. P: Robert Cooper, Abby Mann, Graham Benson. P: John Kemeny, Robert Cooper. D: Brian Gibson. W: Abby Mann, Robin Vote, Ron Hutchinson. M: Bill Conti. Shown on HBO April 23, (3 hrs.) Cast: Ben Kingsley, Renee Soutendijk, Craig T. Nelson, Louisa Haigh, Jack Shepherd, Anton Lesser. Henry Goodman, Frigyes Harsanyi. MY FIRST LOVE Avnet/Kerner Co. Exec. P: Jon Avnet, Jordan Kerner. P: Gail Mutrux. Co -P & W: Ed Kaplan. D: Gilbert Cates. M: Alf Clausen. Shown on ABC December 4, (2 hrs.) Cast: Beatrice Arthur, Richard Kiley, Joan Van Ark, Anne Francis. Richard Herd, Barbara Barrie, Edith Fields. Kate Charleson, Julia Meade, Tom Fridley, Lewis Arquette. 456

142 MY NAME IS BILL W. Garner/Duchow Prods. for Hallmark Hall of Fame. Exec. P: Peter K. Duchow, James Garner. RD: Daniel Petrie. W: William G. Borchert. M: Larry Rosenthal. Shown on ABC April 30, (2 hrs.) Cast: James Woods, JoBeth Williams, James Garner, Gary Sinise, George Coe, Robert Harper, Ray Reinhardt, Fritz Weaver. THE OUTSIDE WOMAN Green -Epstein Prods. Exec. P: Jim Green, Allen Epstein. P D: Lou Antonio. Co -P: Leigh Murray. W: William Blinn. Shown on CBS February 12, (2 hrs.) Cast: Sharon Gless, Scott Glenn, Max Gail. Kyle Secor, Ken Jenkins, Everett Madison. NAKED LIE Shadowplay Films Inc., Phoenix Entertainment Group. Exec. P: Victoria Principal, Hans Proppe. P: Stephanie Austin. D: Richard A. Colla. W: Timothy Wurtz, Glenn M. Benest, John Robert Bensink. M: Bob Alcivar. Shown on CBS February 26, (2 hrs.) Cast: Victoria Principal, James Farentino, Glenn Withrow, Dakin Mathews, William Lucking, Vic Polizos. NICK NIGHT Cuppa Blood Prods. Exec. P: Barry Weitz, Roberta Becker. P: S. Michael Formica. D: Farhad Mann. W: James D. Parriott. Shown on CBS August 20, 1989 (2 hrs.) Cast: Rick Springfeld, John Kapelos, Robert Harper, Laura Johnson, Michael Nader. NIGHTBREAKER Symphony Pictures. Exec. P: Martin Sheen, Jeffrey Auderbach. Co -Exec. P & W: T.S. Cook, adapted in part from Howard Rosen - berg's novel "Atomic Soldiers." P: William R. Greenblatt. D: Peter Markle. M: Peter Bernstein. Shown on TNT March 8, (2 hrs.) Cast: Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez, Lea Thompson, Melinda Dillon, Joe Pantoliano, Geoffrey Blake, Paul Eidin, James Marshall, Lance Slaughter. OPEN ADMISSIONS The Mount Co. and Viacom Prods. Exec. P: Stevie Phillips, Thom Mount. P: Stevie Phillips. Co -P: J. Boyce Harman Jr. D: Gus TYinkonis. W: Shirley Lauro. M: Charles Gross. Shown on CBS September 8, (2 hrs.) Cast: Jane Alexander. Dennis Farina, Estelle Parsons, Michael Beach, Wandachristine, James O'Reilly, Par Bowie, Kyra K. Kyles, Betty Yee, Lori Kathryn Holton, Louise Jenkins, lace Alexander, Domenica Cameron Scorsese. Bob Breuler, Ebony Grisby, Marji Bank, Steven J. Craton, Alger Ellis, Leo Washington Jones III. ORIGINAL SIN Larry A. Thompson Organization/New World Television. Exec. P: Larry A. Thompson. P: Ian Sander. D: Ron Satlofi. W: Philip S. Messina. M: Lalo Schifrin. Shown on NBC February 20,1989. (2 hrs.) Cast: Ann Jillian, Charlton Heston, Robert Desiderio, Lou Liberatore. OUT OF THE SHADOWS Showtime In association with Yorkshire Television. Atlantic Video - adventures Prod. Exec. P: David Cunliffe, Jonathan Dana, John Goldstone. Prod. Exec: Timothy J. Fee. P: Derek Bennett. D: Willi Patterson. W: Michael J. Bird, adapted from novel by Andrea Davidson. M: Dave Lawson. Shown on Showtime September 11, (105 mins.) Cast: Charles Dance, Alexandra Paul, Michael J. Shannon, David De Keyser, Wanda Ventham, Gregory Karr, David Sumner, John Grillo, Petro Fyssoon, Yannis Kakleas. OUT ON THE EDGE Rick Dawn Enterprises In assoc. with The Steve Tisch Co. and King Phoenix Entertainment. Exec. P: Steve Tisch. Co -Exec. P: Mireille Soria. P: Stephanie Austin. Assoc. P: Diane Schroder. D: John Pas - quin. W: Rene Balcer. Shown on CBS May 14, (2 hrs.) Cast: Rick Schroder, Mary Kay Place, Richard Jenkins, Natalia Nogulich, Joseph Hacker, Dakin Matthews, De Voreaux White Kim Myers, Maya Lebenzon, Grand L. Bush. Andrew Divott, Jason Horst, Patricia Allison, Chance Michael Corbitt, Ron Canada, Victor Gardell. OUTBACK BOUND Andrew Gottlieb Prod. in coop. with CBS Entertainment Prods. Exec. P: Robert Silberling. P: Andrew Gottlieb. Line P: Antonia Barnard. Assoc. P & W: Elizabeth & Luciano Comici. D: John Llewelyn Moxey. M: Miles Goodman. Shown on CBS October H, (2 hrs.) Cast: Donna Mills, Andrew Clarke, John Meillon, Collette Mann, Robert Harper. Nina Foch, John Schneider, Joanna Lockwood. Beth Child, Frank Holden. Warren Owens. PANCHO BARNES Blue Andre Prods. in assoc. with Orion TV. Exec. P: Blue Andre. D: Richard T. Heffron. W: John Michael Hayes. Shown on CBS October 25, (3 hrs.) Cast: Valerie Bertinelli, James Stephens, Sam Bobards, Geoffrey Lewis, Ted Wass, Richard Young, Cynthia Harris. PARENT TRAP III Walt Disney Television. P: Henry Colman, Jill Donner. D: Mollie Miller. M: Joel McNeely. Shown on NBC April 9, (2 hrs.) Cast: Hayley Mills, Barry Bostwick, Ray Baker, Patricia Richardson, Christopher Gartin, Jon Maynard Pennell, Joy Creel, Leanna Creel, Monica Creel. PASSION AND PARADISE Picturebase Intl. and Primedia Prods. in assoc. with Leonard Hill Films. Exec. P: Leonard Hill, W. Patterson Ferns, Peter Jeffries. P: Michael Custance, Ian McDougall. Co -P: Joel Fields. D: Harvey Hart. W: Andrew Laskos. M: Hagood Hardy. Shown on ABC February 19 & 21, (4 hrs.) Cast: Armand Assante, Catherine Mary Stewart. Marlette Hartley, Kevin McCarthy, Michael Sarrazin, Andrew Ray, Linda Griffiths, Rod Steiger, Wayne Rogers. THE PENTHOUSE Greene -White Prods,/Spectator Films. Exec. P: David Greene, Stephen White. Co -Exec. P: Jerry Reger. P: Harold Tichenor. D: David Greene. W: William Wood, Frank De Felitta, based on novel by Elleston Trevor. M: Peter Manning Robinson. Shown on ABC March 5, (2 hrs.) Cast: Robin Givens, David Hewlett, Robert Guillaume, Donnelly Rhodes, Cedric Smith. THE PEOPLE ACROSS THE LAKE Bill McCutchen Prod. Exec. P: Bill McCutchen. P: Richard L. O'Connor. D: Arthur Allan Seidelman. W: Datene Young. Story: Bill McCutcben, Datene Young. M: Dana Kaproff. Shown on NBC October 3, (2 hrs.) Cast. Valerie Harper, Gerald McRaney, Barry Corbin, Tammy Lauren, Daryl Anderson, Jeff Kizer, Dorothy Lyman. PERRY MASON: THE CASE OF THE LETHAL LESSON Fred Silverman Co., Dean Hargrove Prods, and Viacom. Exec. P: Fred Silverman, Dean Hargrove. Spry. P: Joel Steiger, Robert Hamilton. P: Peter Katz. D: Christian Y. Nyby 2d. W: Robert Hamilton. M: Dick DeBenedictis. Shown on NBC February 12, (2 hrs.) Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale, Alexandra Paul, William R. Moses, Brian Keith, Leslie Ackerman. Richard Allen, Brian Backer, John De Mita, Karen Kopins. John LaMotta, Charley Long, John Allen Nelson, Marlene Warfield. PERRY MASON: THE CASE OF THE MUSICAL MURDER The Fred Silverman Co., Dean Hargrove Prods., Viacom. Exec. P: Dean Hargrove, Fred Silverman. Spry. P: Robert Hamilton. P: Peter Katz. Co -P: David Solomon. D: Christian I. Nyby II. W: George Eckstein. Based on characters created by Erle Stanley Gardner. M: Dick DeBenedictis. Shown on NBC April 9, (2 hrs.) Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale, Alexandra Paul, William R. Moses, Debbie Reynolds, Jerry Orbach, Dwight Schultz, Mary Cadorette, Alexa Hamilton, James McEachin, Jim Metz:er, Valerie Mahaffey. PETER GUNN The Blake Edwards Co. In assoc. with New World Television. Exec. P: Blake Edwards, Tony Adams. P: Tony Adams. D -W: Blake Edwards. M: Henry Mancini. Shown on ABC April 23, (2 hrs.) Cast: Peter Strauss, Barbara Williams, Peter Jurasik, Jennifer Edwards, Debra Sandlund. Charlie Cioffi, David Rappaport. Leo Rosi, Tony Longo, Pearl Bailey. 457

143 QUIET VICTORY: THE CHARLIE WEDEMEYER STORY The Landsbury Co. Exec. P: Alan Landsburg, Joan Barnett. P: Linda Otto. D: Roy Campanella II. W: Barry Morrow. M: Don Davis. Shown on CBS December 26, (2 hrs.) Cast: Michael Nouri, Pam Dawber, Bess Meyer, Peter Berg. James Handy, Dan Lauria, Reginald VeUohnson, Noble Willingham, Michael Gross. RED EARTH, WHITE EARTH Chris/Rose Prods. and Entcorp Communications. Exec. P: Rick Rosenberg, Bob Christiansen. P: Murray Shostak. D: David Greene. W: Michael DeGuzman. M: Ralph Grierson. Shown on CBS January 24, (2 hrs.) Cast: Genevieve Bujold, Timothy Daly, Ralph Waite, Richard Farnsworth, Alberta Watson. Billy Merasty. THE REVENGE OF AL CAPONE Unity Prods. Inc./River City Prods. Exec. P: John Levoff, Robert Lovenheim. P: Vicki Niemi-Gordon. D: Michael Pressman. W: Tracy Keenan Wynn. M: Craig Satan. Shown on NBC February 26, (2 hm) Cast: Keith Carradine, Ray Sharkey, Debrah Farentino, Jayne Atkinson, Scott Paulin, Charles Haid. THE ROAD RAIDERS New East Entertainment Inc. Exec. P: Glen A. Larson. P: Charles F. Engel. Co -P: Scott Levitta, J.C. Larson. Assoc. P: Chris Larson. D: Richard Lang. W: Glen A. Larson, Mark Jones. M: Stu Phillips. Shown on CBS April 25, (2 hrs.) Cast: Bruce Boxleitner, Susan Diol, Reed McCants, Noble Willingham, Leslie Jordan, Stephen Geoffreys, David Paul, Peter Paul, Mark Blankfield. Clyde Kusatsu, Tia Carrere, John Fujioka. ROE VS. WADE The Manheim Co. in assoc. with NBC Prods. Exec. P: Michael Manheim. Co -P & W: Alison Cross. P -D: Gregory Hoblit. M: Snuffy Walden. Shown on NBC May 15, (2 hrs.) Cast: Holly Hunter, Amy Madigan, Dion Anderson, Kathy Bates, James Gammon, Micole Mercurio. Chris Mulkey, Terry O'Quinn, Annabella Price. Stephen Tobolowsky. ROOTS: THE GIFT David L. Wolper Prod. in assoc. with Warner Bros. Television. Exec. P: David L. Wolper, Bernard Sofronski. P: Mark M. Wolper. D: Kevin Hooks. W: D. M. Eyre Jr. M: Gerald Fried. Shown on ABC December 11, (2 hrs.) Cast: Louis Gossett Jr., LeVar Burton, Avery Brooks, Kate Mulgrew, Shaun Cassidy, John McMartin, Jerry Hardin, Annabella Price. Fran Bennett, Tim Russ, Michael Learned. RUN TILL YOU FALL CBS Entertainment Prods. P: Marvin Minoff. D: Mike Farrell. W: Gary Garrett, Dan Wilcox. M: Tom Scott. Shown on CBS September 9, (90 mins.) Cast: Jamie Farr, Fred Savage, Shelley Fabares. C.C.H. Pounder. Clyde Kusatsu, Beatrice Straight, Douglas Rowe, Ann Nelson, Robert Ellenstein. Betty Jinnette, Jeffrey Josephson, Amy Davis, Mark!Mining. THE RYAN WHITE STORY The Landsburg Co. Exec. P: Alan Landsburg, Joan Barnett. P: Linda Otto. D: John Herzfeld. W: Phil Penningroth, John Herzfeld. M: Mike Post. Shown on ABC January 16, (2 hrs.) Cast: Judith Light, Lukas Haas, Michael Bowen, Nikki Cox, George Dzundza, Valerie Landsburg, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mitchell Ryan, Peter Scolari, Grace Zabriskie, George C. Scott, Kathy Wagner, Casey Ellison, Clif Bemis, Mark Joy, Ryan White. THE SECRET LIFE OF KATHY MC CORMICK Tamara Asseyev Prods. Inc. in assoc. with New World Television and American First Run Studios. Exec. P: Tamara Asseyev. Co -Exec. P: Barry Weitz. Co -P: Barbara Eden, Gloria Goldsmith. D: Robert Lewis. W: Jim Brecher. Story: Gloria Goldsmith. M: Mark Snow. Shown on NBC October 7, (2 hrs.) Cast: Barbara Eden, Josh Taylor, Judith -Marie Bergan, Judy Geeson, Jenny O'Hara, Robert Costanzo, Jennifer Savidge, Ernie Lively, Paul Kent, Dick O'Neill. SECRET WITNESS Just Greene Prods. in assoc. with CBS Entertainment. P: Vanessa Greene. D: Eric Laneuville. W: Alfred Sole, Paul Montle. M: Robert Drasnin. Shown on CBS September 9, (90 mins.) Cast: David Rasche, Paul LeMat, Leaf Phoenix, Kellie Martin, Barry Corbin, Paddi Edwards, Deborah Wakeham. SHE KNOWS TOO MUCH The Finnegan/Pinchuk Co., The Fred Silverman Co., MGM/UA Television. Exec. P: Fred Silverman. P: Pat Finnegan, Bill Finnegan, Sheldon Pinchuk. D: Paul Lynch. W: Michael Nore6. Shown on NBC January 29, (2 hrs.) Cast: Meredith Baxter Birney, Robert Urich. Erik Estrada, John Bennett Perry. SHE WAS MARKED FOR MURDER I.itke/Jack Grossbart Prods. Exec. P: Jack Grossbart. P: Elaine Rich. D: Chris Thomson. W: David Stenn. M: Nan Schwartz. Shown on NBC December 18, (2 hrs.) Cast: Stefanie Powers, Lloyd Bridges, Hunt Block, Debrah Farentino, Polly Bergen. SHANNON'S DEAL Stan Rogow Prod, in assoc. with NBC Prods. Exec. P & P: Stan Rogow. Asst. P: Lauren B. Caplan. Exec. in chg. of P: William Phillips. D: Lewis Teague. W: John Sayles. M: Wynton Marsalis. Shown on NBC June 4, (2 hrs.) Cast: Jamey Sheridan, Elizabeth Pena. Martin Ferrero, Jenny Lewis. Alberta Watson, Michael Bowen, Claudia Christian, Jesse Dizon. Miguel Ferrer, Stefan Gierasch, Ronald G. Joseph, Ely Pouget, Brian Smiar, Eddie Velez, Richard Edson. SHOOTDOWN Leonard Hills Films. Exec. P: Leonard Hill, Robert O'Connor. P -W: Judy Merl, Paul Eric Myers. Co -P: Joel Fields. Spry. P: Ron Gilbert. D: Michael Pressman. M: Craig Safan. Shown on NBC November 28, (2 hrs.) Cast: Angela Lansbury. George Coe, Kyle Secor. Molly Hagan. Jennifer Savidge, Diana Bellamy, Alan Fudge, Booth Colman, Richard McKenzie. John Cullum. Robin Curtis, Terri Hanauer. Haunani Minn, Paul Linke. SHOOTER UBU Prods. in assoc. with Paramount Network Television. Exec. P -W: Stephen Kline, David Hume Kennerly. Co -P: Charles Jennings. P: Barry Berg. D: Gary Nelson. M: Paul Chipara. Shown on NBC September 11, (2 hrs.) Cast: Jeffrey Nordling, Alan Ruck, Noble Willingham, Carol Huston, Rosalind Chao, Karin Salem, Jeffery Allan Chandler, Cu-ba Nguyen, Helen Hunt. Adrian Paul, Grace Zabriskie, Nick Cassavetes. SPIES, LIES & NAKED THIGHS Robert liaimi Prods. Exec. P: Ed Self, Bill Brademan, P: Robert Halmi. D: James Frawley. W: Ed Self. M: Jack Elliot. Shown on CBS November 22, (2 hrs.) Cast: Harry Anderson, Ed Begley Jr., Linda Purl, Wendy Crewson, Brent Carver, Maria Mayenset, Raymond Singer, Rene Assa, llrant Alianak. A STONING IN FULHAM COUNTY The Landsburg Co. Exec. P: Alan Landsburg, Joan Barnett. P: Jud Kinberg. D: Larry Elikann. W: Jud Kinberg, Jackson Gillis. Story: Jackson Gillis. M: Don Davis. Shown on NBC October 24, (2 hrs.) Cast: Ken Olin, Ron Perlman, Jill Eikenberry, Maureen Mueller, Gregg Henry, Nicholas Pryor, Peter Michael Goetz, Max Tucker. STREETS OF DREAMS Bill Stratton/Myrtos Prod. in assoc. with Phoenix Entertainment Group. Exec. P: Gerald W. Abrams. P: Richard M. Ravin. D: William A. Graham. W: Bill Stratton. M: Laurence Rosenthal. Shown on CBS October 7, (2 hrs.) Cast: Ben Masters, Morgan Fairchild, Diane Salinger, Michael Cav- anaugh, Alan Autry, Gerald Hiken, Wendell Wellman. Danny Goldman, John Putch, Mike Morof, Richard Green. David Marciano, Willie Gault, John Hillerman. SWIMSUIT Musiflm Prods. and American First Run Studios. Exec. P: Carla Singer, Max A. Kellery, Micheline H. Keller, Charles Hairston. P: 458

144 Michael Lloyd, Rod Amateau, Robert Lloyd Lewis. D: Chris Thomson. W: Robin Schiff. M: Lloyd, John D'Andrea. Shown on NBC February 19, (2 hrs.) Cast: William Kan, Catherine Oxen berg, Nia Peeples, Cheryl A. Pollak, Tom Villard. Jack P. Wagner. Ally Walker. Billy Warlock, CydCharise, Brian Patrick. Paul Johanssen, Robert L. Benedetti. TAILSPIN: BEHIND THE KOREAN AIRLINER TRAGEDY A Darlow Smithson Production in association with HBO Showcase and Granada. Exec. P: Ray Fitzwalter, Leslie Woodhead. P: John Smithson. Assoc. P: Redmond Morris. D: David Darlow. W: Brian Phelan. M: David Ferguson. Shown on HBO August 20, 1989 (90 minutes.) Cast: Michael Moriarty, Michael Murphy, Chris Sarandon, Harris Patin, Gavan O'Herlihy, Ed O'Ross, Jay Patterson. TAKE MY DAUGHTERS, PLEASE Michael Filerman Prods., NBC Prods. Exec. P: Michael Filerman. P: Karen Moore. D: Larry Elikann. W: Lindsay Harrison. M: Nan Schwartz. Shown on NBC November 21, (2 hrs.) Cast: Rue McClanahan, Kim Delaney, Deidre Hall, Stepfanie Kramer, Susan Rattan, Charles Frank. Sam McMurray, Michael T. Weiss, Audra Lindley. TARZAN IN MANHATTAN American First Run Studios. Exec. P: Max A. Keller, Micheline H. Keller. P: Charles Hairston. D: Michael Schultz. W: Anna Sandor, William Gough. Based on the Tarzan stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs. M: Charles Fox. Shown on CBS April 15, (2 hrs.) Cast: Joe Lara, Kim Crosby, Tony Curtis, Jimmy Media Taggert. Jan - Michael Vincent, Joe Seneca. TEARS IN THE RAIN British Lion in assoc. with Yorkshire Television Ltd., Atlantic Video Ventures. Exec. P: Keith Richardson, Jonathan Dana, John Goldstone. P: Peter Snell. D: Don Sharp. W: Freda Kelsall from novel by Pamela Wallace. M: Barrie Guard. Shown on Showtime December 17, (101 minx.) Cast: Sharon Stone, Christopher Cazenove, Leigh Lawson. Paul Dane - man, Anna Massey. THE TENTH MAN Rosemont Productions Ltd./William Self Prods. Exec. P: Norman Rosemont, William Self. P: David A. Rosemont, William Self. D: Jack Gold. W: Lee Langley from Graham Greene's novel. Shown on CBS December 4, (2 hrs.) Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Kristin Scott Thomas, Derek Jacobi, Cyril Cusack. TERROR ON HIGHWAY 91 Katy Film Prods. Inc. Spry. P: Henry Colam. P: Dan Witt, Courtney Pledger. D: Jerry Jameson. W: Stuart Schoffman. M: Artis Kane. Shown on CBS January 3, (2 hrs.) Cast: Ricky Schrader. George Dzundza, Matt Clark, Lara Flynn Boyle. THIRD DEGREE BURN HBO Pictures Presentation in assoc. with MTM Entertainment Inc. prod. in assoc. with Paramount Pictures. Exec. P: Marianne Moloney. P: Fredda Weiss. D: Roger Spottiswoode. W: Duncan Gib - bins, Yale Udoff. M: Charles Gross. Shown on HBO May 28, (96 mins.) Cast: 7Feat Williams, Virginia Madsen, Richard Masar, Michael Chapman, CCH Pounder, Robert Nadir, Mary Armstrong. THOSE SHE LEFT BEHIND NBC Prods. P: R.W. Goodwin. D: Warts Hussein. W: Michael O'Hara. M: Mark Snow. Shown on NBC March 6, 1989 (2 hrs.) Cast: Gary Cole, Joanna Kerns, Mary Page Keller, George Coe, Colleen Dewhurst. TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE Newland -Raynor Prods. Exec. P: Milton T. Raynor. P: John Newland, Judith Parker. D: Christian I. Nyby. W: Timothy Bradshaw, based on Ames Williams' novel "Leave Her To Heaven." M: Michael Rubini. Shown on NBC November 14, (2 hrs.) Cast: Loni Anderson, Patrick Duffy, Glynnis O'Connor. Julie Harris, Larry Drake, James B. Sikking, Neil Patrick Harris, Elizabeth Norment, Carl Franklin, Carmen Argenziano. Lorinne Vozoff Daniel Baldwin. TRAPPED Cine Enterprises. Exec. P: Jon Epstein. P: Joe Bellotti, Robert Skodls. D: Fred Walton. W: Fred Walton, Steve Feke. Shown on USA June 14, (2 hrs.) Cast: Kathleen Quinlan, Bruce Abbott. THE TRAVELING MAN Irvin kershner Films. Exec. P. -W: David Taylor. P: Thomas M. Hammel. D: Irvin Kershner. M: Miles Goodman. Shown on HBO June, 25, 1989 (2 hrs) Cast: John Lithgow, Jonathan Silverman. Margaret Colin, John Glover, John M. Jackson, Chynna Phillips, Dawn Arnemann. THE TRIAL OF THE INCREDIBLE HULK Bixby -Brandon Prods. & New World TV. Exec. P: Bill Bixby, Gerald Di Pego. P: Hugh Spencer -Phillips, Robert Ewing. D: Bill Bixby. W: Gerald DI Pego. M: Lance Rubin. Shown on NBC May 7, (2 hrs.) Cast: Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno, Mata Dubois, Nancy Everhard, Nicholas Hormann, Richard Cummings Jr., Joseph Mascolo, John Rhys - Davies, Rex Smith, Linda Darolow, John Novak, Dwight Koss. TRICKS OF THE TRADE Leonard Hill Films. Exec. P: Leonard Hill, Robert O'Connor. P: Ron Gilbert. D: Jack Bender. W: Noreen Stone. M: Walter Murphy. Shown on CBS December 6, (2 hrs.) Cast: Cindy Williams, Markie Post, Scott Paulin, James Whitmore Jr., Chris Mulkey. TROUBLE IN PARADISE Harvey Matofsky Entertainment, Qintex Entertainment. Exec. P: Harvey Matofsky. Spry. P: Lynn Barker. P: Robert Halmi. D: Di Drew. W: Robert Sherman, Ben Marshall. M: Chris Neal. Shown on CBS May 16, (2 hrs.) Cast: Raquel Welch. Jack Thompson, Nicholas Hammond, John Gregg. Anthony Wong, Ralph Cotterill. Adrian Bown, James Condon. TWIST OF FATE Henry Plitt/Larry White Prod., HTV Ltd. Jadran Films, Columbia Pictures Television. Exec. P: Larry White, Henry Plitt. P: Larry White. D: Ian Sharp. W: Bill Bast, Paul Huson, Gy Waldron, based on novel "Pursuit" by Robert L. Fish. M: Laurence Rosenthal. Shown on NBC January 8 & (4 hrs.) Cast: Ben Cross, Veronica Hamel, John Glover, Bruce Greenwood. UNCONQUERED Alexandra Film Prods. Inc. in coop. with Double Helix and Dick Lowry Prod. Inc P -D: Dick Lowry. Spry. P: Derek Kavanagh. W: Pat Conroy. M: Arthur B. Rubinstein. Shown on CBS January 15, (21 hrs.) Cast: Peter Coyote, Dermot Mulroney, Tess Harper, Jenny Robertson, Frank Whaley, Bob Gunton, Larry Riley, R. D. Call, Noble Willingham. UNHOLY MATRIMONY Edgar J. Scherick Associates Prod. in assoc. with Taft Entertainment Television. Exec. P: Edgar J. Scherick, Gary Hoffman. P: Michael Barnathan. D: Jerrold Freedman. W: John McGreevey, based on book by John Dillman. M: Michel Rubini. Shown on CBS October 3, 1988 (2 hrs.) Cast: Patrick Duffy. Charles Durning, Michael O'Keefe, Lisa Blount, Jacqueline Brookes, Fred Thompson, Ron Canada, Michael C. Gwynn, Richard Cox, Julie Fulton, Alexandra Powers. A VERY BRADY CHRISTMAS Sherwood Schwartz Co. in assoc. with Paramount Network Television. Exec. P: Sherwood Schwartz. P: Lloyd J. Schwartz, Barry Berg. D: Peter Baldwin. W: Sherwood Schwartz, Lloyd J. Schwartz. M: Laurence Juber. Shown on CBS December 18, (2 hrs.) Cast: Florence Henderson, Robert Reed, Ann B. Davis, Maureen Mc- Cormick, Eve Plumb, Jennifer Runyon, Barry Williams, Christopher Knight, Michael Lookingland, Jerry Hauser. WHEN WE WERE YOUNG A Richard & Esther Shapiro Entertainment Inc. Production. Exec. P -W: Richard Shapiro, Esther Shapiro. P: George Eckstein. Assoc. P: Maria Padilla. D: Daryl Duke. M: Peter Matz. Shown on NBC July 17, 1989 (2 hrs.) Cast: face Alexander, Lindsay Frost, Cynthia Gibb, Jane Krakowski, Eriq La Salle, Grant Show, Charles Hunter Wash, Steven Weber, Ronny Cox. 459

145 WHERE THE HELL'S THAT GOLD?!!! Willie Nelson Prods. Brigade Prods. Inc. with Konisberg/Sanitsky Prods. P -D -W: Burt Kennedy. M: Arthur Rubinstein. Shown on CBS November 13, (2 hrs.) Cast: Willie Nelson, Jack Elam, Delta Burke, Gerald McRainey, Alfonso Arai, Gregory Sierra. Michael Wren. WINNIE All Girl Prods. in assoc. with NBC Prods. Exec. P: Michael Man - heim. P: Andrea Baynes. D: John Korty. W: Joyce Eliason. M: W. G. Snuffy Walden, Bennett Salvay. Shown on NBC October 10, (2 hrs.) Cast: Meredith Baxter Birney, David Morse, Barbara Barrie, Peggy McCay, Jenny O'Hara, Tabi Cooper, Lee Garlington, Kay Boyer, Angela Paton, Terri Hanauer, Jenny Sullivan. THE WOMEN OF BREWSTER PLACE Harpo Prods. in assoc. with Phoenix Entertainment. Exec. P: Carole Isenberg, Oprah Winfrey. P: Patricia K. Meyer, Reuben Can non. D: Donna Deitch. W: Karen Hall, based on novel by Gloria Naylor. M: David Shire. Shown on ABC March 19 & 20, (4 hrs.) Cast: Oprah Winfrey, Lonette McKee, Paula Kelly, Jackee. Robin Givens. Moses Gunn, Cicely Tyson, Barbara Montgomery, Mary Alice, Paul Winfield. YOUR MOTHER WEARS COMBAT BOOTS Kushner -Locke Prods. Exec. P: Peter Locke, Donald Kushner. P: Bill Novodor. D: Anson Williams. W: Susan Hunter. M: Jeff Barry, Barry Fasman. Shown on NBC March 27, 1989 (2 hrs.) Cast: Barbara Eden, Hector Elizondo. Meagan Fay, David Kaufman, Richard McGregor, Conchata Ferrell, Maria O'Brien. Annabelle Gurwitch, A.J. Stephans. 460

146 Mini -Series Mini-series are movies made for television shown in three parts or more. AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS Harmony Gold Prods., Rete Europa Prod. in assoc. with Valente/ Baerwald Prods. Exec. P: Renee Valente, Paul Baerwald. P: Renee Valente. D: Buzz Kulik. W: John Gay, from novel by Jules Verne. M: Billy Goldenberg. Shown on NBC April 16, 17, 18, 1989 (6 hrs.) Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Eric Idle, Julia Nickson, Peter Ustinov, Henry Gibson. Jahn Hillerman, Jack Klugman, Christopher Lee, Patrick Mac - nee. Roddy McDowell, Darren McGavin, John Mills, Robert Morley, Stephen Nichols, Lee Remick, Arielle Dombasle. Gabrielle Ferzetti, Pernell Roberts, James B. Sikking, Jill St. John, Robert Wagner, Simon Ward, Rick Jason, Anna Massey. A DANGEROUS LIFE McElroy & McElroy Prod. in assoc. with FilmAccord. P: Hal McElroy. D: Robert Markowitz. W: David Williamson. M: Brian May. Shown on HBO November 27, 28 & (6 hrs.) Cast: Gary Buse y, Rebecca Gilling, Tessie Tomas, Ruben Russia, Lau - rice Guillen, James Handy. FAVORITE SON NBC Prods. Exec. P -W: Steve Sohmer. P: Jonathan Bernstein. D: Jeff Bleckner. Shown on NBC October 30, October 31, November 1, (6 hrs.) Cast: Robert Loggia, Linda Kozlowski, Harry Hamlin, Lance Guest, James Whitmore, John Mahoney. GREAT EXPECTATIONS Primetime for Disney Channel in assoc. with HTV Limited and Tesauro Television. Exec. P. for Primetime: Michael Clark. Exec. P. for Disney Channel: Carol Rubin. P: Greg Smith. D: Kevin Connor. W: John Goldsmith. Shown on Disney Channel July 9, 10, 11, 1989 (6 hrs.) Cast: Anthony Calf, Jean Simmons, Anthony Hopkins, Ray McAnally, Kim Thomson. John Rhys -Davies. LONESOME DOVE Motown Prods.. Pangaea and Qintex Entertainment. Exec. P: Suzanne de Passe, Bill Wittliff, Robert Halmi Jr. Spry. P: Michael L. Wiesbarth. P: Dyson Lovell. D: Simon Wincer. W: Bill WittlilT. M: Basil Poledouris. Shown on CBS February 5-8. (16 hrs.) Cast: Robert Duvall, Tommy Lee Jones, Danny Glover, Diane Lane, Robert Urich, Frederic Forest, D.B. Sweeney, Ricky Schroder, Anjelica Huston. Chris Cooper. Tim Scott, Glenne Headly, Barry Corbin, William Sanderson, Barry Tubb, Gavin O'Herlihy, Steve Buscemi, Frederic Coffin, Travis Swords, Kevin O'Morrison, Ron Weyand, Leon Singer, Lanny Flaherty, Pierre Epstein, David Carpenter. Helena Humann, Adam Faraizi, Bradley Gregg. WAR AND REMEMBRANCE, PARTS 1-7 Dan Curtis Prod. Exec. P -D: Dan Curtis. P: Barbara Steele. Assoc. P: Branko Lustig. Exec. Prod. Man.: Michael O'Gallant. W: Earl W. Wallace, Dan Curtis, Herman Wouk based on novel by Wouk. M: Bob Cobert. Shown on ABC November 13, November 15, November 16, November 17, November 20, November 22, November 23, (approx. 18 hrs.) Cast: Robert Mitchum, Jane Seymour, Hart Bochner, Victoria Tennant. Polly Bergen, David Dukes. Michael Woods, Sharon Stone, Robert Morley, Barry Bostwick, Sami Frey. Topol, John Rhys -Davies, Jan McShane, William Schallert, Bill Wallis, Jeremy Kemp, Steven Berkoff, Robert Hardy, Ralph Bellamy, John Gielgud, G.W. Bailey, J. Kenneth Campbell, John Dehner, Peter Graves, Howard Duff Pat Hingle, G.D. Spradlin, Jack Ging, Mike Connors. Eddie Albert, Nina Foch, Hardy Kruger, William Prince. WAR AND REMEMBRANCE, PARTS 8-12 Shown May 7, May 8, Nlay 9, May 10,!11ay 14, (i1c: hrs.) 461

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148 31 I a Television Stations [A listing of television stations in the United States. All statio Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC] ns are authorized by and operate under the approval of the ALABAMA Anniston WJSU-TV (Channel 40) CBS P.O. Box 40, Anniston, AL (205) Bob Ford, gen. mgr.; Lisa Bedford, prog.-traf.; Boyce Holt, gen. sls. mgr.; John Murrell, chief eng. Operation: Birmingham WBMG (Channel 42) CBS Birmingham Television Company, Box 6146, Birmingham, AL (205) Roy H. Park, pres.; Hoyle S. Broome, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Gary Audrich, natl. sls. mgr.; Steve Cloy, Icl. sls. mgr.; AI Crouch, news dir.; Erskine Brantley, traf. mgr.; Fred Vinson, chief eng. Operation: TV homes in area: 541,000. WBRC-TV (Channel 6) ABC Taft Broadcasting Company, P.O. Box 6, Birmingham, AL (205) Nick Bolton, gen. mgr.; Bob Fanning, gen. sales mgr.; Jerry Thorn, chief eng.; Telerep Agency, nat'i rep. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 695,500. WCAJ (Channel 68) Celtic Media, Inc., 800 Lakeshore Dr., Sanford U., Birmingham, AL (205) Kelley L. Akers, gen. mgr.; August A. Russell, chief eng. Operation: WTTO (Channel 21) HR Bdcstg. Corp. of Birmingham, 2021 Golden Crest Dr., Birmingham, AL (205) Gary Gardner, gen. mgr.; Robert Cleary, gen. sls. mgr.; Marilyn Greene, prog. dr.; Michel Wilk, promo. mgr.; Ross Howard, Icl. sis. mgr. Operation: WVTM-TV (Channel 13) NBC WVTM-TV, Inc., P.O. Box 10502, Birmingham, AL (205) Jeff Rosser, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Frank Landers, gen. sls. mgr.; Everett Holle, film buyer & prog. dir.; Robin Cooper, prom. mgr. rep: HRP Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 699,260. Dothan WDHN (Channel 18) ABC Morris Network, Inc., P.O. Box 6237, Dothan, AL (205) H. Dean Hinson, pres.; Aubrey Wood, gen. mgr.; Charles Scott, prom. dir.; Jerry Knowles, gen. sls. mgr.; Glenda Powers, prog. dir.; Dan Billings, chief eng. WTVY (Channel 4) CBS WTVY, Inc., P.O. Box 1089, Dothan, AL 36302; (205) Charles Woods, owner -mgr.; Reginald Mitchell, prgm. dir.; Jerry Vann, news dir.; Joe Earl Holloway, prodn. mgr.; John Gause, sales mgr.; Carl Blackmon, nat'1 sls. mgr.; Doug Dansby, chief eng.; regional rep., nat'1 rep.: Seltel, Inc. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 587,300. Florence WOWL-TV (Channel 15) Television Muscle Shoals, Inc., 840 Cypress Mill Road, P.O. Box 2220, Florence, AL (205) Dick Biddle, chm. of bd. & CEO; Rick Biddle, pres. & gen. mgr.; Lincoln Williams, operations mgr.; Earl Shoborg, natl. sls. mgr.; Sara Biddle, community relations dir.; Cindy Davis, news desk mgr. Operation: 1957; TV homes in area: approx. 256,000. WTRT (Channel 26) Bridgeland Television, Inc., 4600 Jackson Hwy., Sheffield, AL (205) Les W. White, pres.; Barry Ross, v.p. Gadsden WNAL-TV (Channel 44) WNAL-TV, Inc., th Ave. South, Birmingham, AL (205) Anthony J. Fant, pres. & gen. mgr.; Robert D. Hill, Jr., v.p.; Kyla B. Fant, prom. mgr.; Mike Hathcock, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Seltel. Operation: April, Huntsville WARY -TV (Channel 31) Rocket City Television, Inc., 1000 Monte Sano Blvd., S.E.; Huntsville, AL (205) M.D. Smith IV, pres.; Dan Whitsett, vp. & sls. mgr.; Robert A. Gay, chief eng. Operation: WAFF-TV (Channel 48) NBC American Valley Corp., Huntsville, AL (205) Lee Brantley, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Robert Lane, opns. mgr.; Lamar Reid, gen. sls. mgr.; Rod Hughes, chief eng.; Bob Morford, news dir. Operation: WHNT-TV (Channel 19) CBS The Times Alabama Broadcasting, Inc., 200 Holmes Ave., P.O. Box 19, Huntsville, AL (205) Bob Browning, pres. & gen. mgr.; Bill Ambrose, v.p. & sls. mgr.; Dick Wright, v.p. & opns. mgr.; Don Roden, chief eng.; John Woodin, news dir. Operation:

149 WZDX (Channel 54) Community Svc. Broadcasting, Box 3889, Huntsville, AL (205) Richard Wagschal, gen. mgr.; Randy Stone, Icl. sls. mgr.; Dennis Packard, chief eng. Operation: April, Mobile WALA-TV (Channel 10) NBC Knight-Ridder Bdcst., Inc., 210 Government St., Mobile, AL 36602, P.O. Box 1548 (205) TWX FAX-FFB. Joe Cook, pres. & gen. mgr.; Becky Farrell, gen. sls. mgr.; John Reese, chief eng.; Dave Cochran, news dir.; Darrel Taylor, promo. mgr.; nat'i rep.: HRP Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 425,900. WKRG-TV (Channel 5) CBS WKRG-TV, Inc., 555 Broadcast Drive, Mobile, AL (205) Toulmin Greer, bd. chm.; D.H. Long Jr., pres. & film buyer; Thomas W. Diamond, sr. v.p. & sta. mgr.; Don Koch, chief eng.; nat'i rep.: Katz Agency. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 422,400. WPMI (Channel 15) FOX WPMI TV Co., Inc., 764 St. Michael St., Mobile, AL (205) Ric Gorman, v.p. & gen. mgr.; David D'Antuono, gen. sls. mgr.; Cathy Gretencord, prog. dir.; Harold Johnson, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: WMPV-TV (Channel 21) Rei -Way Partnership, 120 Zeigler Circle East, Mobile, AL (205) Doyle Brunson, pres.; John Marshall, gen. mgr.; Kathy Himes, natl. sls. mgr.; Bonnie Anderson, promo. mgr.; Rish Mashburn, chief eng. Operation: Dec. 19, Montgomery WAKA-TV (Channel 8) CBS Alabama Telecasters, Inc., 3020 East Blvd., Montgomery, AL (205) Jack Long, gen. mgr.; Mark Smith, pgm. dir. & opns. mgr.; Johnny Wright, chief eng.; Bill Byrd, sta. mgr. Operation: WCOV-TV (Channel 20) FOX Woods Communications Corp., One WCOV Ave., Montgomery, AL (205) David Woods, pres. & gen. mgr.; Phil Witt, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area, 172,300. WKAB-TV (Channel 32) ABC Montgomery Alabama Channel 32, P.O. Box 3236, Montgomery, AL (205) Nory LeBrun, COO; Louis Frey, pres.; Steve Michaud, gen. sls. mgr.; David Murphy, opns. mgr.; Dan Metzger, chief eng.; Nat'l rep., Petry TV. Operation: March 24, 1962; TV households: 217,900. WMCF-TV (Channel 45) Word of God Fellowship, Inc., 6000 Monticello Dr., Montgomery, AL (205) Marcus Lamb, pres. WSFA-TV (Channel 12) NBC Cosmos Broadcasting Corp., 10 E. Delano, P.O. Box 2566, Montgomery, AL (205) James Sefert, pres.; Mel Stebbins, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Tom Morris, gen. sls. mgr.; Carl M. Stephens, prog. mgr.; Leslie Morris, prom. dir.; Charles Halsten, chief eng.; nat'i rep: HRP. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 417,250. Opelika WSWS-TV (Channel 66) Box 870, Opelika, AL (205) Ronald Moore, gen. mgr. Operation: May 16, Tuscaloosa WCFT-TV (Channel 33) CBS Beam Communication Corp., rd St., East, lbscaloosa, AL (205) Frank Beam, pres.; W. Tommy Ray, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Ronnie Quarles, sls. mgr.; Kip Tyner, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: Oct. 29, 1965; TV households: 53,4000. WDBB (Channel 17) Channel 17 Associates, Ltd., 651 Beacon Pkwy., West, Birmingham, AL 35209; (205) David R. Dubose, pres.; Charles Rountree, gen. mgr.; Eva Lopez, promo. mgr.; Paul Bankston, gen. sls. mgr.; John Batson, chief eng. Operation: October, ALASKA Anchorage KIMO (Channel 13) ABC Alaska 13 Corp. dba Alaska TV Network, 2700 E. Tudor Rd., Anchorage, AK 99507; (907) Duane L. Triplett, pres. & CEO; Thomas Tierney, sta. mgr.; Larry Hogue, dir. mktg. & sls.; Lance Hopkins, chief eng.; nat'l rep., Katz. Operation: KTBY (Channel 4) FOX Totem Broadcasting Corp., 510 L St., Anchorage, AK Robert C. Ely, sec.; Huntly Gordon, treas. Operation: KTUU-TV (Channel 2) NBC P.O. Box , Anchorage, AK 99501; (907) Jessica Longston, pres.; Al Bramstedt, Jr., gen. mgr.; Nancy Johson, dir. mktg. & natl. sls. mgr.; Andrew McLeod, Icl. sls. mgr.; Nancy Johnson, dir. mktg.; Leeland Verschuesen, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 116,820. KTVA (Channel 11) CBS Northern Television, Inc., Box , Anchorage, AK 99510; A. G. Hiebert, chm.; Ron Moore, pres., Anchorage Div.; 464

150 Bruce Sloan, v.p., progr. dir.; nat'l rep.: Art Moore. Inc.. regional rep.: Adam Young, Inc. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 110,180. Fairbanks KATN-TV (Channel 2) ABC, NBC Fairbanks TV, Inc., Box 74730, Fairbanks, AK Duane L. Triplett, pres.; David L. Geesin, v.p., gen. mgr.; I.B. Krause, sta. mgr.; Mike Boslet, chief eng.; nat'l rep: Katz. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 23,000. KTVF (Channel 11) CBS Northern Television, Inc., Box 950, Fairbanks, AK (907) A. G. Hiebert, chm.; Henry Hove, pres.; nat'l rep., Art Moore, Inc. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 27,000. Juneau KJUD (Channel 8) ABC, CBS, NBC 1107 West Eighth St., Suite 2, Juneau, AK (907) Duane Triplett, pres.; John Kaknos, sta. mgr.; Charles Payne, chief eng.; Terence O'Malley, news dir.; nat' l rep.: Katz, Tacher. Operation: Sitka KTNL (Channel 13) CBS 520 Lake St., Sitka, AK (907) Dr. Dan Etulain, pres. & gen. mgr.; Nat Mandel, prog. dir.; Garth Kanen, chief eng. Operation: ARIZONA Flagstaff KNAZ-TV (Channel 2) NBC Grand Canyon TV Co., Box 1843, Flagstaff, AZ (602) Don Purnell, gen. mgr.; Ed Bouchard, chief engr. Operation: Kingman KMOH-TV (Channel 6) Grand Canyon TV Co., Inc Airway, Kingman, AZ (602) Don Purnell, gen. mgr.; Bill Olsen, gen. sls. mgr.; Dolores Perkins, prog. dir.; David Sparks, news dir.; Ed Bouchard, chief eng. Operation: Feb. 22, Nogales -Tucson KMSB (Channel 11) FOX Mountain States Broadcasting, 2445 N. Meson Blvd., 'tire - son, AZ 85716; (602) Randy Cantrell, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Harry West, film buyer; Allen R. Canfield, compt.; Doug Gervais, promo. mgr.; Roy Mitchell, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Telerep. Operation: February, 1967; TV households: 275,000. Phoenix KNXV-TV (Channel 15) Scripps Howard Bdcstg. Co., 4625 S. 33 Pl., Phoenix, AZ (602) Stuart Powell, gen. mgr.; Mike Norten, gen. sls. mgr.; Matt Cooperstein, prog. & promo. dir.; Don Thomas, opns. & eng. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: KPAZ (Channel 21) Trinity Broadcasting of Arizona, Inc., 3351 E. McDowell Rd., Phoenix, AZ (602) Paul F. Crouch, pres. Operation: December, 1969; TV households: 310,000. KPHO-TV (Channel 5) Broadcasting Division, Meredith Corporation, 4016 N. Black Canyon, Phoenix, AZ (602) Richard Q. DeAngelis, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Don Pauly, gen. sls. mgr.; Chuck Alvey, sta. mgr.; Chris Sehring, nat'l sls. mgr.; Greg Brannan, pgm. & promo. mgr. Operation: 1949; Total TV Homes: in survey area, 1,784,800; metro area, 790,500. KTSP-TV (Channel 10) CBS KTSP-Great American Television: Radio Co., Inc., 511 W. Adams St., Phoenix, AZ 85003; (602) Ron Bergamo, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Gary Rockey, prog. mgr.; Karen Donner, bus. mgr.; Dave Howell, news dir.; Al Hillstrom, chief eng.; Sandi Yost, promo. mgr.; Nat'l rep.: HRP. Operation: 1953; TV households in total survey area: 1,475,800. KTVK (Channel 3) ABC Arizona Television Company, 3435 North 16th St., P.O. Box 5068, Phoenix, AZ. Delbert F Lewis, pres. & gen. mgr.; Bill Lawrence, chief eng.; James G. lbton, bus. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Edward Petry Co., Inc. Operation: 1955; TV homes in area: 480,000. KTVW (Channel 33) Seven Hills TV Co., 3019 E. Southern Ave., Phoenix, AZ (602) Jose C. Cancela, gen. mgr.; Barry Levisohn, ops. mgr.; Lawrence Beckman, chief eng. Operation: KUTP (Channel 45) United Television, Inc., 4630 S. 33 St., Phoenix, AZ (602) Jerry Braet, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mike Durand, gen. sls. mgr.; Tom Foy, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: December, Phoenix -Mesa KPNX-TV (Channel 12) NBC KPNX Broadcasting Co., 1101 N. Central Ave., P.O. Box 711, Phoenix, AZ 85001; (602) C. E. Cooney, pres., gen. mgr.; Bob Allingham, v.p., prog. dir.; Leon Anglin, v.p., eng.; nat'l rep., Blair Television. Operation: 1954; 'IV sets in area: 795,

151 Prescott KUSK (Channel 7) 3211 Tower Rd., Prescott, AZ 86301; (602) William H. Sauro, pres.; Rich Howe, gen. mgr. & sls. mgr.; Patricia Gray, opns. mgr.; Thayne Higgins, chief eng. Operation: Tucson KGUN-TV (Channel 9) KGUN, Inc., Box 5707, Tucson, AZ (602) Carl D. Jaquint, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Steve Ochoa, gen. sls. mgr.; Bruce Franzen, prog. dir.; Mary Zakrasek, promo. mgr.; Phil Aaland, chief eng.; nat'l rep: Katz. Operation: 1956; TV sets in area: 238,970. KOLD-TV (Channel 13) CBS Knight-Ridder Bdcstg. Inc., Tucson, AZ 85705; (602) Jay Watson, pres. & gen. mgr.; Wanda Myers, gen. sls. mgr.; Tom Foos, prog. dir. & film buyer; Phil Dunton, chief eng.; Gerald Jensen, news dir.; nat'l rep., HRP. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area, 190,000. KPOL (Channel 40) 2475 Jack Rabbit Ave., 'Iùcson, AZ 85745; (602) Julius Polan, pres.; David M. Reaban, v.p., gen. mgr. & film buyer; Frank C. Idaspe, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr.; David J. Polan, sta. mgr.; nat. rep.: Avery-Knodel. Operation: December, KVOA-TV (Channel 4) NBC Channel 4 -TV, Inc., P.O. Box 5188, 209 W. Elm, 'Meson, AZ (602) Jon F. Ruby, pres. & gen. mgr.; Jim Joslyn, exec. v.p.; Dave Kerrigan, v.p.-prod.; Brink Chipman, news dir.; Dave Hatfield, v.p.-prog.; Ralph 1ùrk, v.p.-eng.; Renee Bear, controller, nat'l. rep., Petry. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 274,500. Yuma KYEL-TV (Channel 13) NBC Beam Broadcasters, Ltd., Box 592, Yuma, AZ 85364; (602) Peter Rosella, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Boyce Holt, gen. sls. mgr.; Dick Sampson, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: December 1963; TV households, 755,900. KYMA (Channel 11) ABC Yuma Bdcstg. Co., 1385 S. Pacific Ave., Yuma, AZ (602) Clyde E. Pettit Jr., pres.; Edd Lockwood, gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair. ARKANSAS EI Dorado KTVE (Channel 10) NBC KTVE, Inc., 2909 Kilpatrick Blvd., Monroe, LA 71201; (318) Terry McKenna, pres.; George Singleton, v.p. & gen. mgr.; David Brown, gen. sls. mgr.; Mike Caruso, chief eng.; Jerry Mayer, news dir.; Tommy Walker, opns. Operation: Fayetteville -Springdale KHOG (Channel 29) ABC Sigma Broadcasting (An Arkansas partnership), P.O. Box 4150, Fort Smith, AR (501) Robert Hernreich, partner; Cynthia Hernreich, partner; Darrel Cunningham, gen. mgr.; Cliff Walker, sta. mgr.; Ron Evans, local sls. mgr.; Marvin Macedo, chief eng. Operation: December, 1977; TV households: 41,300. Ft. Smith KFSM-TV (Channel 5) NBC, ABC Times Southwest Bdcstg. Co., 318 N. 13th St., Ft. Smith, AR (501) Robert H. Eoff, pres. & gen. mgr.; Gene Graham, gen. sls. mgr.; Larry Duncan, chief eng. Operation: KHBS (Channel 40) ABC Sigma Broadcasting (An Arkansas partnership), 2415 N. Albert Pike, Ft. Smith, AR (501) Robert E. Hernreich, partner; Cynthia Hernreich, partner; Jarrell Cunningham, gen. mgr.; Jarrel Wyatt, gen. sls. mgr.; Tim Bass, prog. dir.; Don Vest, dir. of eng.-opns. Operation: KPOM-TV (Channel 24) Box 4610, 4624 Kelley Highway, Ft. Smith, AR (501) John McCutcheon, v.p.-gen. mgr.; Bill Oltman, news dir.; Ken Hansen, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Telerep. Operation: Jonesboro KAIT-TV (Channel 8) ABC Cosmos Bdcstg. Co., P.O. Box 790, Jonesboro, AR (501) Harold Culver, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mike Rickwald, gen. sls. mgr.; Al Banks, 1cl. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep., HRP. Operation: July, 1963; TV households: 328,400. Little Rock KARK-TV (Channel 4) NBC Morris Network, Inc., 201 W. Third, Little Rock, AR (501) ; TWX Dean Hinson, pres. & gen. mgr.; Clyde Anderson, gen. sls. mgr.; Tom Bonner, exec. v.p. & prog. dir.; Susan Newkirk, prom. mgr.; ; nat'l rep., Katz. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 546,310. KLRT (Channel 16) West Markham, Little Rock, AR 72211(501) Stephen G. Scollard, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Joanne Canelli, gen. sls. mgr.; Calvin Dring, natl. sls. mgr.; Victoria Tennant, prog. dir.; Dan McFadden, promo. dir.; Miguel Copello, opns. mgr.; Brian Coombs, chief eng.; Yvonne Cornett, dir. fin. affairs. Operation: June, KTHV (Channel 11) CBS Arkansas Television Co., 8th & hard Sts., P.O. Box 269, Little Rock, AR (501) Robert L. Brown, pres. & gen. mgr., KTHV, Channel 11; C. S. Berry, chm. of bd., ARK Television Co.; Marcus George,

152 pres. & treas., ARK Television Co.; Lonnie Gibbons, nat'l sales mgr.; Bob Hicks, prog. mgr.; nat'l rep: Seltel. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 647,500. Little Rock -Pine Bluff KATV (Channel 7) ABC Albritton Communications, Inc., 401 Main, Box 77, Little Rock, AR (501) Dale Nicholson, pres. & gen. mgr.; Joe Delgrosso, gen. sls. mgr.; Richard Farrester, prog. dir.; James Roddey, prom. mgr.; Jim Pitcock, news dir.; nat'i rep.: Petry. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area; 647,500. Pine Bluff KASN-TV (Channel 38) FOX MMC Television Corp., 7123 I-30, Suite 54, Little Rock, AR (501) Paula Bard Pruett, pres.; Ed Groves, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Lanny Kiest, gen. sls. mgr.; Carol Humphries -Smith, prog. dir.; Joy Scarbrougn, prom. mgr.; Richard Duncan, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Blair. KVTN (Channel 25) Agape Church, Inc., Box 22007, Pine Bluff, AR (501) H.L. Caldwell, pres.; Randy Wright, gen. mgr.; Ed Gillies, prog. dir.; Patty Roberts, traff.; Michael Clay, chief eng. Operation: December 1, CALIFORNIA Anaheim KDOC-TV (Channel 56) 1730 Clementine St., Anaheim, CA (714) Pat Boone, pres.; Calvin Brack, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Calvin Brack, dir. bus. affairs; Hoshang Moaddeli, prod. mgr.; Roger Knipp, chief eng. Operation: Arcata KREQ (Channel 23) FOX The Mad River Bdcstg. Co., Inc., 1485 L St., Arcata, CA (707) Lawrence Rogow, pres. & gen. mgr.; Charles Lohr, gen. sls. mgr. & prog. dir.; John Doyle, prod. mgr.; Lynn Mackay, prom. mgr.; Steve Keeva, news dir.; Don Wilson, dir. eng.; natl. rep.: Adam Young. Operation: August, Bakersfield KBAK-TV (Channel 29) ABC Burnham Broadcasting Co., Box 2929, Bakersfield, CA (805) Wayne W. Lansche, pres. & gen. mgr.; Bob Banks, chief eng'.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 560,100. KERO-TV (Channel 23) CBS McGraw-Hill Bdctg. Co., Inc., Street, Bakersfield, CA (805) P.O. Box Ronald E. Mires, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Norman Hall, dir. of eng.; Walt Brown, news dir. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 280,000. KGET TV (Channel 17) NBC Ackerley Communications, Inc., P.O. Box 1700, Bakersfield, CA (805) Raymond A. Watson, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Tom Randour, gen. sls. mgr.; Shirley Sanford, prog. dir.; Doug Caldwell, news dir.; Tom Ballew, chief eng. Operation: 1959; TV sets in area: 147,000. Chico KCPM (Channel 24) NBC Chico Broadcasting Co., Box 4406, Chico, CA Melvin Querio, pres. & gen. mgr.; Don McFarlane, natl. sls. mgr.; Dave West, Icl. sls. mgr.; Donna O'Connor, prom. mgr.; Richard Gray, prod. mgr.; Chuck Moorman, chief eng. Operation: September, KHSL-TV (Channel 12) CBS Golden Empire Broadcasting Co., Box 489, Chico, CA (916) C. H. Kinsley, Jr., exec. v.p.; Dino Corbin, gen. mgr.; Bill Meyer, gen. sls. mgr.; Dan Carter, prod. mgr.; Russell B. Pope, dir. of eng.; Donna Schiague, chief eng. nat'i rep.: Seltel. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 150,600. Concord KFCB (Channel 42) First Century Bcstg., Inc Port Chicago Hwy., Concord, CA (415) Ronn Haus, pres.; Debra Fraser, prog. dir.-sls.; Gary Johnson, prod. mgr.; Linda Demars, traf. mgr. Operation: June, El Centro KECY-TV (Channel 9) CBS Pacific Media Corporation, 646 Main Street, El Centro, CA 92243; (619) Peter G. Sieler, gen. mgr.; Deborah Weekes, prog. dir.; Kevin Hanefeld, news dir.; nat'i rep.: Seltel. Operation: Dec. 1968; TV Households: 60,300. Eureka KIEM (Channel 3) NBC Precht Communications, Inc., 5650 S. Broadway, Eureka, CA (707) Robert Precht, pres.; Marcy Levine, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Donald King, opns. mgr.; Hank Ingham, gen. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: KVIQ (Channel 6) CBS Miller Bdcstg. Co., 1800 Broadway, Eureka, CA 95501(707) Ronald W. Miller, pres.; Pattison J. Christensen, v.p.; Mike Fiest, chief eng. Operation: Fresno KAIL (Channel 53) Trans -America Broadcasting Corp., P.O. Box 5188, Fresno, CA (209) Albert J. Williams, pres.; C.B. Reis, gen. mgr.; Clemencia Vangas, prog. dir. & film buyer; Lee Cowan, chief eng. Operation:

153 KFSN-TV (Channel 30) ABC Capital Cities/ABC Inc., 1777 G. St., Fresno, CA (209) Mark Edwards, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Dudley Few, gen. sls. mgr.; Mark Arminio, Icl. sls. mgr.; Dave Converse, chief eng.; Fernando Granado, prog. dir. Operation: KJEO (Channel 47) CBS Retlaw Broadcasting Co., Box 5455, Fresno, CA (209) Joseph C. Drilling, pres.; Donald C. Drilling, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mark Libby, gen. sls. mgr.; Kathleen Williams, natl. sls. mgr.; Larry Mayfileld, chief eng.; Patricia Houlihan, prog. mgr.; Andrew Mastoras, v.p.-finance; Patrice Coulter, traffic mgr.; Barry Decrane, promo. dir.; nat'l. rep.: Katz. Operation: 1953; Sets in area: 577,300. KMPH (Channel 26) Pappas Telecasting, Inc., 5111 McKinley Ave., Visalia, CA (209) Harry J. Pappas, pres. & gen. mgr.; Edward G. Aiken, v.p./ TV; Michael Granados, sta. mgr.; Joseph Shaffer, v.p./prog.; Lise Markham, natl. sls. mgr.; Joel Cheatwood;, news dir.; Dale Kelly, chief eng. Operation: October, KMSG-TV (Channel 59) Sanger Telecasters, Inc., 706 W. Hendon Ave., Fresno, CA (209) Diane D. Cocola, pres.; James K. Zahn, gen. mgr. & prog. dir.; Gary M. Cocola, gen. sls. mgr.; Steve Weber, chief eng. Operation: July 17, KSEE (Channel 24) NBC San Joaquin Communications Corp., 5035 East McKinley Ave., Fresno, CA 93727; (209) Todd Holmes, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bill Spellman, gen. sls. mgr.; Ken Preston, dir. eng.; Doug Stewart, promo. mgr.; Ken Coy, news dir. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 405,100. Hanford -Fresno KFTV (Channel 21) Spanish International Communications Corp., 3239 W. Ash - Ian Ave., Fresno, CA August Ruiz, gen. mgr.; Mac McKenzie, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Univision. Operation: Los Angeles KABC-TV (Channel 7) ABC Capital Cities ABC Inc., 4151 Prospect Ave., Hollywood, CA (213) Terry Crofoot, pres. & gen. mgr.; John Riedl, gen. sls. mgr.; Robert Burris, creative svcs. dir.; Don Corsini, prog. dir.; Bruce Gordon, fin. dir.; Robert Billeci, dir. eng.; nat'l rep.: ABC Television Spot Sales, Inc. Operation: KCBS (Channel 2) CBS CBS, Inc Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA Robert Hyland, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Steve Gigliotti, sls. dir.; Jay Strong, dir. prog.; Edward Spray, bdcst. dir.; Erik Sorenson, news dir.; Robert Davis, dir. tech. opns.; Elizabeth Vendely, dir. comms. Operation: 1950; TV sets in area: 10,300,000. KCOP (Channel 13) KCOP Television Inc., a Chris Craft Industries, station, 915 N. La Brea Ave., Hollywood, CA (213) Bill Frank, pres. & gen. mgr.; Rick Feldman, gen. sis. mgr.; Peter Mathes, nat'l sls. mgr.; Suzann Thomason & Jill Thomason, Icl. sls. mgrs.; Win Korabell, dir. of eng.; Jane Clark, bus. mgr.; Peter Schlesinger, dir. of prgm. opns.; Carol Myers Martz, prgm. mgr.; Gary Davis, dir. of creative svcs. Operation: 1948; TV sets in area: 4,132,100. KHJ-TV (Channel 9) KHJ-TV (Division of Walt Disney Co.), 5515 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, CA (213) Chuck Velona, v.p. & gen. mgr., KHJ-TV; Hank Oyster, gen. sls. mgr.; Walt Baker, v.p. & prog. dir.; Dick Paradise, promo. dir.; Buck Evans, chief eng.; nat'l rep., Blair. Operation: 1948; TV sets in area: 3,511,000. KMEX-TV (Channel 34) Spanish International Bcstg. Co., 5420 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA (213) Daniel Villanueva, gen. mgr.; Robert Porter, v.p., eng.; Louis Sweeney, v.p., nat'l sls.; Charles Barry, sls. mgr.; rep., Spanish International Network Sales Inc. Operation: September, 1962; TV households: 1,500,000. KNBC (Channel 4) NBC National Broadcasting Co., Inc., 3000 W. Alameda Ave., Burbank, CA (818) John Rohrbeck, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Pat Wallace, dir. bdcstg.; Jim Sterling, gen. sls. mgr.; Carole Cartwright, prog. dir.; Regina Miyamoto, mgr. press & pub.; Tom Capra, news dir.; Harry Burbidge, chief eng.; Rep: NBC Spot Sales. Operation: Jan KTLA (Channel 5) KTLA, Inc., 5800 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA (213) Steve Bell, sr. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Michael Eigner, v.p. & sta. mgr.; Tom Amost, gen. sls. mgr.; Jeff Wald, news dir.; Ira Goldstone, eng. dir. Operation: 1947; TV sets in area: 4,138,000. KTTV (Channel 11) FOX 5746 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA (213) Greg Nathanson, v.p. & gen. mgr.; John McCormick, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr.; Lee Hoegee & Dejon Coffin, natl. sls. mgrs.; Andrea Stoltzman & Susan Wilcox, Icl. sls. mgrs.; Lorraine D'Itri, comm. opns. dir.; Peter Margin, promo. dir.; Augie Martinez, v.p. fin. & admin.; Bill McGowan, sta. mgr. Operation: Jan KWHY-TV (Channel 22) Harriscope of Los Angeles,Inc., 5545 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA (213) Burt I. Harris, pres.; Burt I. Harris, Jr., v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mike Wagner, acct. exec.; John H. Nelson, acct. exec.; Eugene A. Harris, David J. Zulli, chief eng. Operation:

154 a Modesto KCSO (Channel 19) Spanish language Sainte Limited., P.O. Box 3689, Modesto, CA (209) Chester Smith, Naomi L. Smith, gen. partners. Monterey KMST-TV (Channel 46) Retlaw Broadcasting Co., P.O. Box 1938, Monterey, CA (408) Joseph Drilling, pres.; Ben Tucker, exec. v.p.; Dick Drilling, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Tom Tucker, sls. mgr.; Kathy Nash, public affairs dir.; Mark Walker, prod. mgr.; Roy Dasher, chief eng.; Bob Stock, pro. dir.; Dave Colson, promo. mgr.; Michelle McCullouch, traffic mgr. Operations: February, TV households: 184,800. Oxnard KADY (Channel 63) KADY-TV, Riklis Broadcasting, 663 Maulhardt, Oxnard, CA (805) John Huddy, pres.; Ed Branca, sta. mgr. -gen. sls.; Jack Kirby, dir. devel.; Bob Malcolm, bus. mgr.; Roger Terneuzen, dir. opns.; Erica Huddy, prog. mgr. Operation: August, Palm Springs KESQ-TV (Channel 42, Cable 3) ABC P.O. Box 4200, Palm Springs, CA Owned by EFG Broadcast Corp., Dallas, TX; (619) Scott Vaughan, gen. mgr.; Bill Evans, Id. sls. mgr.; Kirk Gregory, natl. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: October 1968; TV households: 63,700. KMIR-TV (Channel 36) NBC Desert Empire TV Corp., P.O. Box 1506, Palm Springs, CA (619) John Conte, pres. & gen. mgr.; Jan Pearce, chief exec.; Tina Stein, news dir.; rep.: Seltel. Operation: Oct. 1968; TV households: 65,400. Redding KRCR TV (Channel 7) ABC California -Oregon Broadcasting, Inc., 755 Auditorium Dr., Redding (Shasta Co.), CA (916) Richard W. Green, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Doreeta Domke, operations mgr.; nat'l rep., Blair. Riverside KSLD (Channel 62) Sunland Bdcstg. Co., 4522 Woodman Ave., Suite C-236, Sherman Oaks, CA (818) Jack Hodin, pres.; Andrew Soto, v.p. Operation: December, Sacramento KCMY (Channel 29) Ponce-Nicasio Bdcstg., Ltd K St., Suite 23, Sacramento, CA (916) Carmen Briggs, pres. & gen. mgr. KCRA-TV (Channel 3) NBC Kelly Broadcasting Co., 3 Television Circle, Sacramento, CA (916) Robert E. Kelly, partner; Jon S. Kelly, partner; John Kueneke, gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.; Blair Television, Inc. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 558,900. KRBK-TV (Channel 31) 500 Media Pl., Sacramento, CA (916) Ted Koplar, pres.; Elliott Troshinsky, v.p. & gen. mgr. Operation: KTXL (Channel 40) FOX Channel 40, Inc., 4655 Fruitridge Rd., Sacramento, CA (916) Renaissance Communications Corp. of New York City; Michael A. Fisher, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Rod Bacon, gen. sls. mgr.; Cal Bollwinkel, prog.-oper. mgr.; Audrey Farington, promo. mgr.; Bob Cook, news dir. Operation: KXTV (Channel 10) CBS Belo Broadcasting Corp., 400 Broadway, Sacramento, CA (916) Phillip Keller, pres. & gen. mgr.; Byron Elton, gen. sls. mgr.; Matt Chan, creative svcs. dir.; Gary Duncan, mktg./promo. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Tek -Rep. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 931,800. Salinas KCBA (Channel 35) Cypress Broadcasting Inc., Box 3560, Salinas, CA 93912; (408) Barbara Etrick, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Karl Kauffman, chief, eng.; Mary Moore, prog. mgr. Operation: November, 1981 KSBW-TV (Channel 8) NBC Gillett of California, Inc., P.O. Box 81651, 238 John St. Salinas, CA (408) (Affiliated with KSBY-TV, San Luis Obispo, CA) Jeffrey H. Lee, pres. & gen. mgr.; Cynthia Lindsay, gen. sls. mgr.; Teresa Burgess, prog. mgr.; Mike Kronley, news dir.; Willis Wells, chief eng. Operation: 1953; TV homes in area: 212,700. San Bernardino KAGL (Channel 30) Angelese Bdcstg. Network, 318 Mira Loma Ave., Glendale, CA (714) Glen Chambers, pres. & gen. mgr.; Beverly Chambers, gen. sls. mgr.; Ronna Scott, prog. & news dir.; Clint Scott, film buyer; Lee McAliley, prog. mgr.; Terry Wood, chief eng. Operation: March, KSCI-TV (Channel 18) KSCI, Inc., West Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA (213) Ray Beindorf, pres.; Rosemary Fincher Danon, gen. mgr.; Dorothy Marsh, sta. mgr. Operation: June,

155 San Diego KNSD-TV (Channel 39) NBC Gillett Communications of San Diego, Inc., 8330 Engineer Rd., San Diego, CA (619) Neil E. Derrough, pres. & gen. mgr.; Jay Belbey, controller; Joseph M. Collins, gen. sls. mgr.; Tom Wimberly, dir. of tech. svcs.; Don Shafer, news dir.; Ric Schwartz, prod. mgr.; Penny Martin, prog. mgr. Operation: KFMB-TV (Channel 8) CBS Midwest Television, Inc., 7677 Engineer Road, San Diego, CA (714) August C. Meyer, Jr., pres.; Robert L. Myers, vice-pres. & gen. mgr.; Bill Moylan, v.p., operations; John Weigand, chief eng.; nat'l rep.. Petry. Operation: 1949, TV sets in area: 1,015,800. KGTV (Channel 10) ABC McGraw-Hill Broadcasting Co., P.O. Box 85347, San Diego, CA (619) Edward J. Quinn, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Ron Jennings, dir. of eng.; Howard Oleff, dir. Icl. sls.-mktg.; Steve Weber, local sls. mgr.; Mark Wilcox, natl. sls. mgr.; Darrell Brown, gen. sls. mgr.; Judy Vance, dir. creative svcs.; Kelly McMackin, reg. sls. mgr.; Jack Villarrubia, dir., business affairs; Don Lundy, prog. dir. Operation: KTTY (Channel 69) San Diego Television, Inc., P.O. Box , San Diego, CA (619) James M. Harmon, pres. & gen. mgr.; Joseph Alvarez, sr. v.p.; Andy Feldman, Icl. sls. mgr.; Gayle Garrett, natl. sls. mgr.; Richard Thiriot, prog. consult.; Judy Albrecht, promo. mgr. Operation: October, KUSI-TV (Channel 51) 7377 Convoy Ct., San Diego, CA (619) William Rust, pres.; Michael McKinnin, gen. mgr.; William E. Moore, sta. mgr.; Bruce Stein, gen. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: XETV (Channel 6) FOX Bay City Television, Inc., 8253 Ronson Road, Television Heights, San Diego, CA (619) Martin M. Colby, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Robert C. Taylor, treas./ bus. mgr.; Joan O'Laughlin, sta. mgr. and gen. sls. mgr.; Valerie Hoffman, prog. mgr., Bob Anderson, prod. mgr.; Philip Pal - uso, promo. mgr.; Felipe Fernandez, chief eng.; Julian Kaufman, consultant; nat'l rep.: Telerep. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 582,450. XEWT-TV (Channel 12) Spanish language Televisora de Calimex, S.A., P.O. Box 12, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico (706) and Jose Marquez, gen. mgr.; Carlos H. Luna, prog. prom. mgr.; Roberto Espinoza, business mgr. San Francisco KBHK-TV (Channel 44) UTV of San Francisco Inc., 420 Taylor St., San Francisco, CA (415) Robert Qudeen, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Richard Jones, gen. sls. mgr.; Cheryl Cox, natl. sls. mgr.; Suzanne Guyette, news & p.a. mgr.; Ed Hippe, eng. mgr.; Jacques Geoffrion, prod. mgr. Operation: January, TV households: 3,953,400. KDTV (Channel 14) Spanish language Univision Station Group, Inc., 2200 Palou Ave., San Francisco, CA An affiliate of Univision, Inc. August Ruiz, gen. mgr.; Jorge Belon, prod. & programming dir.; Sharon Michelucci, bus. mgr.; Mac McKenzie, chief eng. Operation: KGO-TV (Channel 7) ABC Capital Cities ABC, Inc., 900 Front St., San Francisco, CA (415) Leonard Spagnoletti, gen. mgr.; Bob Young, gen. sls. mgr.; John Moczulski, prog. svcs. mgr.; Harry Fuller, news dir.; Rosemary Roach, rsch. dir.; Ed Johnson, chief eng. rep.: ABC- TV Operation: 1949; TV homes in area: 2,143,900. KOFY (Channel 20) Pacific FM Inc., 2500 Marin St., San Francisco, CA (415) James J. Gabbert, pres.; Michael P Lincoln, gen. mgr.; Richard Blue, v.p.; Hal Capron, dir. sls. Operation: 1980; TV households, 1,200,000. KPIX (Channel 5) CBS Group W (Westinghouse Broadcasting Co.), 855 Battery St., San Francisco, CA (415) Carolyn Wean, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Kennen Williams, gen. sls. mgr.; Chris Westerkamo, 1cl. sls. mgr.; Jim Lutton, prog. dir.; Peter Maroney, news dir. Operation: 1948; TV households in area: 3,451,000. KRON-TV (Channel 4) NBC Chronicle Broadcasting Co., subsidiary of The Chronicle Publishing Company, 1001 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA (415) F.A. Martin III, pres. and chief exec. officer of Chronicle Bdcst. Co.; Amy McCombs, pres. & gen. mgr.; Laura Hewins, v.p., fin. & admin.; Rich Cerussi gen. sls. mgr.; Herb Dudnick, news dir.; David Salinger, dir. prog. & audience devel.; nat'l rep.: Petry Television. Operation: 1949; TV households in area: 2,143,990. KTSF-TV (Channel 26) Lincoln Broadcasting Co., 100 Valley Dr., Brisbane, CA 94005; (415) Lillian L. Howell, owner; Brian Holton, gen. mgr.; Michael Sherman, sta. mgr. KTVU (Channel 2) KTVU, Inc. No. 2 Jack London Square, Oakland, CA (415) Kevin O'Brien, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Brooke Spectorsky, sta. mgr.; Jeff Block, gen. sls. mgr.; Thomas Jermain, nat'l sales mgr.; Charles Stuart, Icl. sls. mgr.; Caroline Chang, prog. dir.; Bill Templeton, contr.; Micki Byrnes, mktg. dir.; Ray Jacobs, dir. of operations; Fred Zehnder, news dir.; Sterling Davis, chief eng. Operation: KWBB (Channel 38) 45 Franklin St., San Francisco, CA (415) Huntly Gordon, pres. & gen. mgr. & gen. sls. mgr., news dir.; 470

156 John T. Anderson, prog. dir. & film buyer; Joe Shackleford, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Adam Young. Operation: Sanger KMSG-TV (Channel 59) Sanger Telecasters, Inc., 706 W. Herndon Ave., Fresno, CA (209) Gary M. Cocola, CEO; Diane D. Cocola, pres.; James K. Zahn, gen. mgr.; Steve Weber, chief eng.; Jose Elgorriaga, acct. exec.; Keith Allen, opns. mgr.; Jim Zahn, prog. dir. Operation: July, San Jose KICU-TV (Channel 36) Ralph C. Wilson Industries, Inc., 1585 Schallenberger Rd., San Jose, CA (408) Studio: same address and phone. William Hirshey, pres.; John Davidson, v.p. & gen. mgr.; John DuBdis, gen. sls. mgr., Jim Kraenzel, chief eng. Operation: KNTV (Channel 11) Landmark Communications, 645 Park Avenue, San Jose, CA 95110; (408) Richard A. Fraim, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Stewart B. Park, sta. mgr.; Martin Edelman, gen. sls. mgr.; Tom Moo, news dir.; Lou Bell, engr. mgr.; Barbara Smith, contr.; nat'l rep.: HRP. Operation: KSTS (Channel 48) Telemundo of Northern California, Inc., 2349 Bering Dr., San Jose, CA (408) Paul Niedermeyer, gen. mgr.; Kenneth Elkin, cont.; Jose Cruz, gen. sls. mgr.; Frank Ogden, chief eng. Operation: San Luis Obispo KSBY-TV (Channel 6) KSBY, Inc., 467 Hill St., San Luis Obispo, CA (805) D. R. Oswald, pres. & gen. mgr.; James Brodsky, dir. tech. opns.; Vivi Zigler, sta. mgr.; Don Ready, chief eng.; Madeline Palaszewski, creative svcs. dir.; Jim Prather, news dir. Operation: Santa Ana KTBN-TV (Channel 40) Trinity Broadcasting Network, P.O. Box A, Santa Ana, CA (714) Paul F. Crouch, pres.; Cindy Tatum, prog. dir.; Ben Miller, v.p., eng.; Rich Bemillez, sls. Operation: Santa Barbara KEYT (Channel 3) ABC Smith Broadcasting of California, P.O. drawer X, Santa Barbara, CA Sandra G. Benton, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Steve Lakey, promo. mgr.; Renee Foley, prog. supvr.; King Harris, news dir.; Charles Good, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 393,300. Santa Maria KCOY-TV (Channel 12) CBS Stauffer Communications, Inc., 1211 W. McCoy Lane, Santa Maria, CA (805) Charles Stauffer, gen. mgr.; Dave Fete, oper. mgr.; Ed Wilson, news dir.; Wendy Eisele, dir. mktg. & promo.; Dennis Bornhoft, chief eng. Rep.: Katz. Operation: 1964; TV households: 193,000. Santa Rosa KFTY (Channel 50) Sonoma Broadcasting, Inc., Box 1150, Santa Rosa, CA (707) James D. Johnson, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Paul Sacks, sls. mgr.; Joe Perez, v.p., engineering; Don Ross, news dir. Operation: Stockton/Sacramento KOVR-TV (Channel 13) Anchor Media, 1216 Arden Way, Sacramento, CA (916) Stockton News Bureau, 225 E. Miner Ave., Stockton, CA (209) Michael Fiorile, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Dave Ulrickson, gen. mgr.; Robert Hess, chief eng.; Kurt Eichsteadt, prog. mgr.; nat'l rep: Katz Agency. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area (Sacramento/Stockton Mkt.) 932,000. KSCH -TV (Channel 58) Pegasus Bdcstg. of Stockton -Sacramento California, Inc., Box 2258, Sacramento, CA 95741; 3033 Gold Canal Dr., Sacramento, CA Harry Delaney, gen. mgr.; John Mansker, gen. sls. mgr.; Donna Reith, prog. dir.; Steve Haliwell, prom. mgr.; Bob Olson, chief eng. Operation: April, Vallejo KPST-TV (Channel 66) Pan Pacific Television, Inc., 475 El Camino Real, Suite 308, Millibrae, CA (415) David Li, pres. & gen. mgr.; C.T. Than, gen. sls. mgr.; Sammy Yang, prog. dir.; Michael Tu, promo. mgr.; Jake Niehoff, chief eng. Operation: Nov. 25, COLORADO Boulder KTVJ (Channel 14) Boulder Telecasting Corp., 3505 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago, IL (312) Fred Eychaner, pres.; Barbara Richardson, gen. mgr.; Neal Sabin, prog. dir. Operation: March, Colorado Springs/Pueblo KKTV (Channel 11) CBS KKTV Inc., P.O. Box 2110, 80901; 3100 N. Nevada Ave., Colorado Springs, CO (719) James Lucas, v.p./gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz, West. Operation: 1952; TV households in area: 367,300; Total households in survey area: 375,

157 KOAA-TV (Channel 5) NBC Sangre de Cristo Communications, Inc., th Avenue, Pueblo, CO (303) John O. Gilbert, pres. & gen. mgr.; Kenneth Renfrow, chief eng.; Jack Sinclair, prog. dir.; Flo Isringhausen, nat'l sis. mgr.; Andy Lyon, news dir.; Dori Walls, ici. sis. mgr., Pueblo; Elaine Rife, Ici. sis. mgr., Cob Springs. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 296,700. KRDO-TV (Channel 13) ABC Pikes Peak Broadcasting Co., P.O. Box 1457, Colorado Springs, CO (719) Harry W. Hoth, Jr., pres.; Neil O. Klocksiem, gen. mgr.; Charles H. Upton, chief eng. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 239,280. KXRM-TV (Channel 21) KXRM, Inc., 5050 Edison Ave., Colorado Springs, CO Larry W. Douglas, pres., gen. mgr., prog. dir. & film buyer; Mr. Kim Carlson, gen. sis. mgr.; Donna Tyree, promo. mgr.; Marty Martin, chief eng. Operation: December, Denver KCNC (Channel 4) NBC General Electric Property Management Company of Colorado, Inc., 1044 Lincoln Street, P.O. Box 5012 T.A., Denver, CO (303) Roger L. Ogden, pres./gen. mgr.;j.h. MacDermott, v.p./sta. mgr.; David Layne, mgr. opns.; Rick Wardell, gen. sis. mgr.; Mary Rockford, v.p./news dir.; Lon Lee, v.p./prm. mgr.; Tom Edwards, production mgr.; Mike Jackson, promotion mgr. KDVR (Channel 31) Centennial Bcstg. Corpl., 501 Wazee St., Denver, CO 80204; (303) Terence J. Brown, v.p. & sta. mgr.; Peter McCampbel, gen. sis. mgr.; Phil Kane, promo. mgr.; Steve Coulam, dir. eng.; Stephanie A. Campbell, dir. prog.; P. Bradley Short, cont. & secty.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: August, KMGH-TV (Channel 7) CBS McGraw-Hill Co., Inc., 123 Speer Blvd., Denver, CO (303) Edward T. Reilly, pres.; Al Seethaler, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jim Birschbach, gen. sls. mgr.; Mary Carole McDonnell, dir. of prog.; Robert A. Chernet, dir. of adv. & promo.; Shirley Thompson, traffic mgr.; Mike Youngren, news dir.; Larry Pozzi, dir. of eng. Operation: KUSA (Channel 9) ABC Gamnett Broadcasting., 1089 Bannock St., Denver, CO (303) Joe Franzgrote, pres. & gen. mgr.; Judy Moleres, controller; Butch Montoya, news dir.; Colleen Brown, v.p. bus. affairs & sta. relations. Operation: 1952; TV sets in area: 1,008,000. KWGN (Channel 2) WGN of Colorado, Inc., 6160 S. Wabash Way, Englewood, CO (303) John Suder, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Charles Biondo, creative svcs. dir.; Tom Burton, sr. producer/director; Tarey Thornburg, film dir.; Kent Gratteau, chief eng.; Royce Nation, v.p., treas. & CFO. Operation: 1952; TV sets in area: 1,004,850. Durango KREZ-TV (Channel 6) CBS, NBC (Satellite of KREX-TV, Grand Junction, CO) Withers Broadcasting Co. of Colorado, P.O. Box 2508, Durango, CO (303) Thomas McGill, gen. mgr. Operation: Nov., Glenwood Springs KREG-TV (Channel 3) CBS, NBC P.O. Box 250, Carbondale, CO (303) W. Russell Withers, Jr., licensee. Grand Junction KJCT TV (Channel 8) ABC, P.O. Box 3788, Grand Junction, CO Harry W. Hoth, pres.; Jan Hammer, sta. mgr.; Roger Hightower, chief eng. Operation: 1979: TV households: 66,100 KREX-TV (Channel 5) CBS, NBC Withers Bdcst. of Colorado, 345 Hillcrest Manor, Grand Junction, CO (303) Thomas McGill, gen. mgr. nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 61,000 (ARB). Montrose KREY-TV (Channel 10) CBS, NBC (Satellite of KREX-TV, Grand Junction, CO) Withers Broadcasting Co. of Colorado, 614 N. 1st St., Montrose, CO (303) Tom McGill, gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: Pueblo KPCS (Channel 32) % Hanna, Inc., 790 Madison Ave., New York, NY (212) Edward Hanna, pres. & gen. mgr. Steamboat Springs KSBS-TV (Channel 24) Steamboat Bdcstg. Systems, Inc., Box , Torian Plum Plaza, Steamboat Springs, CO (303) Thomas M. Greer, pres. & prog. dir.; Mary Effinger, gen. sis. mgr.; Tom Pearson, chief eng. Operation: May, Sterling KTVS (Channel 3) CBS Stauffer Communications, Inc., 712 W. Main St., Sterling, CO (303) John Stauffer, pres.; Gene L. Huston, sta. mgr.; Barbara Parenti, prog. dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: Dec

158 CONNECTICUT Bridgeport WHAI-TV (Channel 43) Bridgeways Communications Corp., 274 Riverside Ave., Westport, CT (203) Michael K. Vlock, pres.; Bradley Siegal, gen. mgr. Operation: October, 1987 Hartford WFSB-TV (Channel 3) Post -Newsweek Stations, Connecticut, Inc., 3 Constitution Plaza, Hartford, CT (203) Barry Barth, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Dick Ahles, v.p. news; Beth Horowitz, v.p. CRTV sucs. Operation: 1957; TV sets in area: 1,327,800. WHCT-TV (Channel 18) Astroline Communications Co., 18 Garden St., Hartford, CT (203) Richard P Ramirez, gen. mgr.; P.J. Lewis, natl. sls. mgr.; Terry Planell, sta. mgr. & prog. dir.; Paul Rossi, dir. eng.; natl. rep.: ITS. Operation: Aug. 4, WTIC (Channel 61) Arch Communications, Inc., One Corporate Center, Hartford, CT 06103; (203) Arnold L. Chase, pres.; Edward T. Karlick, gen. mgr.; Robert Gluck, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr.; Jim Perry, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: September, New Britain WVIT (Channel 30) NBC 1422 New Britain Ave., West Hartford, CT (203) (203) Al Bova, v.p./gen. mgr.; Aaron Olander, gen. sls. mgr. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 820,000. New Haven -Hartford WTNH-TV (Channel 8) ABC Cook Inlet Communications, Corp., Box 1859, New Haven, CT (203) Lewis Freifeld, pres. & gen. mgr.; Fran Tivald, gen. sls. mgr.; Larry Manne, prog. dir.; Cathy Gugerty, dir. creative svcs.;; Robert Feldman, news dir.; Bob Russo, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1948; TV sets in area: 1,949,200. New London WTWS (Channel 26) R&R Media Corp., 216 Broad St., New London, CT 06320; (203) Richard R. Rangoon, pres.; Jim Kontoleon, gen. mgr., prog. dir., film buyer; Bruce Fox, Icl. sls. mgr.; Steven Ellis, chief eng. Operation: March, Waterbury WTXX (Channel 20) IND Channel 20 Enterprises, 414 Meadow St., Waterbury, CT (203) Michael Finkelstein, gen. partner; Geoffrey Rose, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Nancy McCormick, prog. dir.; Charles Allen, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: MMT, Inc. Operation: 1953: TV sets in area: 813,000. DELAWARE Wilmington WTGI-TV (Channel 61) Delaware Broadcasters Ltd., One Christina Plaza, 303 A St., Wilmington, DE (302) Daniel G. Slape, pres. & gen. mgr.; Jack Kline, gen. sls. mgr.; Everett Pettiecord, prom. mgr.; Don Borowitcz, chief eng. Operation: July, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington WDCA-TV (Channel 20) Channel 20 Inc., 5202 River Rd., Washington, DC Richard Williams, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Helen Feinbloom, gen. sls. mgr.; Pedro Perez, dir. of eng.; rep.: Seltel. Operation: April, 1966; TV households: 1,724,500. WFTY (Channel 50) WFTY, Inc., Wilkins Ave., Rockville, MD (301) Andy Ockershausen, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Eddie Sacks, gen. sls. mgr.; Donn Fraser, bus. mgr.; Pat Myers, traffic mgr.; Jim Lang, chief eng. Operation: WJLA-TV (Channel 7) ABC Allbritton Communications Co., 3007 Tilden St., N.W. Washington, DC Michael Moore, pres. & CEO; John Long, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jane Cohen, v.p. opns.; Thursa C. Thomas, v.p. communications; Bob Reiehblum, news dir.; Bob Casazza, v.p. mktg.; Joe DelGrosso, sis. mgr.; John Toilefson, v.p. eng.; natl. rep.: Petry. WRC-TV (Channel 4) NBC National Broadcasting Co., 4001 Nebraska Ave., N.W., Washington, DC (202) Allan Horlick, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Larry Spero, dir. sls.; Kathy McCampbell, dir. prog.; Bret Marcus, news dir.; Tom Mann, dir. eng. Operation: June, 1947; TV households: 4,637,400. WTTG (Channel 5) FOX Fox TV Stations, Inc., 5151 Wisconsin Ave., N.W. Washington DC (202) Betty Endicott, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Michael Wortsman, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr.; Gary Quinn, chief eng.; William Cunningham, v.p. & bus. mgr.; Lindy Spero, v.p. & creative srvcs. dir.; nat'l rep.: Telerep. Operation: 1947; TV sets in area: 2,647,100. WUSA-TV (Channel 9) CBS A division of the Evening News Association, Inc., 4001 Brandywine St., NW, Washington, DC (202) Henry K. Yaggi, III, pres. & gen. mgr.; Lawrence P. Herbster, v.p.-bus. aff.; Steve Cook, gen. sls. mgr.; Sandra Butler - Jones, v.p.-bdcst. opns.; Herb Schubarth, v.p.-gannett eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1949; TV households in ADI area: 1,390,

159 FLORIDA Cape Coral WFTX (Channel 36) FOX Wabash Valley Bdcstg., Inc., 621 Pine Island Rd., Cape Coral, FL (813) Chris Duffy, pres.; Chris Andrews, gen. mgr.; Rod Hall, sls. mgr.; Merrily Huff, prog. dir.; Dick Enderwood, prom. mgr.; Jerry Blevins, chief eng.; natl. rep.: ITS. Operation: October, Clearwater WCLF (Channel 22) Christian Television Corp., Inc., nd Ave., N., Largo, FL (813) Robert D'Andrea, gen. mgr.; Carl Berger, chief eng. Operation: Clermont WKCF (Channel 68) Press Bdcstg. Co., 5125 Adamson St., Suite 650, Orlando, FL (407) Robert E. McAllan, pres.; Carlo Anneke, dir. of TV; Skip Painton, gen. mgr.; Nelle Ayers, sta. mgr.; Mike Kerrigan, gen. sls. mgr.; Chuck Hathaway, prog. coord.; Nancy Grassbart, promo. mgr.; Joe Addalia, acting chief eng.; nat'l rep.: ITS. Operation: December, Cocoa WTGL-TV (Channel 52) Box 1852, 26 Forrest Ave., Cocoa, FL (305) Robert D'Andrea, pres.; Ken Mieksell, gen. mgr.; Phil Grace, v.p.; Jim Goodling, treas.; Gene Polino, secty.; Ken Mikesell, opns. dir.; Bob Kennedy, prog. dir.; Bill Bryan, chief eng. Operation: Daytona Beach -Orlando WESH-TV (Channel 2) NBC WESH-TV Broadcasting, Inc., P.O. Box 1551, Daytona Beach, FL 32015; (904) ; P.O. Box , Orlando, FL (407) Nolan Quam, pres. & gen. mgr.; Kenneth Smith, sta. mgr.; Paul W. Sherno, mktg. & promo. dir.; Mike Gehring, v.p. & dir. sls.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: 1956; TV households: 2,100,000. Fort Lauderdale WSCV (Channel 51) Telemundo Group, Inc., 4035 N. 29th Ave., Hollywood, FL (305) Julio Rumbaut, pres. Operation: Fort Myers WBBH-TV (Channel 20) NBC Waterman Broadcasting Corp. of Florida, 3719 Central Ave., Fort Myers, FL (813) Steven H. Pontius, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Robert Cleveland, chief eng.; Gerald W. Poppe, dir. fin.; Diane Gower, gen. sls. mgr.; Chere Avery, news dir./anchor. Operation: December, 1968; TV households: 235,400. WINK-TV (Channel 11) CBS Fort Myers Broadcasting Co., 2824 Palm Beach Blvd., Fort Myers, FL (813) Edward J. McBride, pres.; Robert F. Doty, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jr.; Mike Dixon, gen. sls. mgr.; Clarence Mosley, dir. eng.; Jim Bennett, news dir.; Fred Greene, public affairs dir.; nat'l rep.: Blair Television. Operation: Fort Pierce WTVX (Channel 34) CBS WTVW, Inc., Box 3434, Ft. Pierce, FL (407) Frank K. Spain, pres.; Lynwood N. Wright, gen. mgr.; Eric Reed, prog. dir.; Valerie Hinton, promo. dir.; Max Berryhill, chief, eng.; nat't rep.: Seltel. Operation: April 5, 1966; TV households: 69,400. Fort Walton Beach WFGX (Channel 35) Family Group Ltd. R, 105 Beach Dr., Fort Walton Beach, FL (904) Henry A. Ash, pres.; Patrick J. McNanara, gen. mgr. & film buyer; Frank Smith, gen. sls. mgr.; Jacquelyn S. Steiger, prog. dir.; Larry Counts, promo. mgr.; Arthur Ellington, chief eng. Operation: Apr. 7, WPAN (Channel 53) Ft. Walton Beach Broadcasting, 11 Tupelo Ave., S.E., Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32548; (904) Elbert R. Davis, pres. & gen. mgr.; Hank Taylor, sta. mgr., prog. dir. & film buyer; Jim Riggs, gen. sls. mgr.; Patty Vogt, promo. mgr.; Jerry O'Laughlin, news dir.; Richard Gilbert, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Adam Young. Operation: February, Gainesville WCJB (Channel 20) ABC Gainesville Television, Inc., P.O. Box WCJB, Gainesville, FL (904) Carolyn Catlin, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bruce Swearingen, gen. sls. mgr.; Karen Woolfstead, prog. dir.; Michael A. Sherrill, chief eng. Operation: Hollywood WYHS (Channel 69) Channel 69 of Hollywood, 3600 S. St., RD. 7, Miramar, FL (305) Eddie L. Whitehead, pres. & gen. mgr. Operation: Aug. 10, Jacksonville WAWS-TV (Channel 30) Malrite of Jacksonville, Inc., 8675 Hogan Rd., Jacksonville, FL (904) Lynn Fairbanks, sta. gen. mgr.; Dan Gasby, gen. sls. mgr.; Joe Gersh, nat'l sls. mgr.; Richard M. Sullivan, dir. of prog. & operations.; nat'l rep.: I.N.T.V. Operation: WJKS-TV (Channel 17) NBC 9117 Hogan Rd., Box 17000, Jacksonville, FL (904)

160 L. W. White, v.p. & gen. mgr.; David Ayotte, opns. mgr.; Kathryn Bacon, promo. mgr.; Michael Crew, news dir.; Gus Mithoff, bus. mgr.; Roy Tym, gen. sls. mgr.; Joyce Lueders, prgm. mgr. Operation: Feb WJXT (Channel 4) CBS WJXT, operated by the Post -Newsweek Stations, Florida Inc., P.O. Box 5270, 1851 Southampton Road, Jacksonville, FL (904) Steve Wasserman, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Ann Pace, v.p. & prog. dir.; Christy Birong, dir. community affairs; Don Carmichael, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr.; Ken Kaminski, bdcst. opns. mgr.; Cindy Hass, op. mgr.; Jim Biggers, eng. mgr.; David Way, bus. mgr.; Bart Feder, news dir.; natl. rep.: Petry. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 546,000. WNFT (Channel 47) North Florida 47, Inc., 2117 University Blvd., So., Jacksonville, FL (904) Ray Davis, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Phil St. Laurent, promo.-opns. mgr.; Lynn Mortimer, gen. sls. mgr.; Dave Murphy, bus. mgr.; Leanza Cornett, news dir.; Karen Gorman, prog. dir.; Charles McHan, chief eng. Operation: WTLV (Channel 12) ABC Television 12 of Jacksonville, Inc., Television P.O. Box TV -12, Jacksonville, FL (904) Linda Rios Brook, pres. & gen. mgr.; Ken Bauder, gen. sls. mgr.; Charles Self, nat'l sls. mgr.; Paul Baldwin, news dir.; Jerry Nordsiek, chief eng. Operation: Lakeland WTMV (Channel 32) 4332 S. Florida Ave., Lakeland, FL (813) Dan L. Johnson, gen. mgr.; Betty Jo Johnson, sta. mgr.; Robert Hughes, promo. mgr.; Bill Brister, chief eng. Operation: Arpil, Leesburg WACX-TV (SuperChannel 55) Sharp Communications, Inc., 4520 Parkbreeze Ct., Orlando, FL (407) Claud Bowers, pres. & gen. mgr.; Randy Rivers, prog. dir.; Carol Gentry & Ann Borderick, office mgrs.; Gary Hawkins, chief eng.; Jo Arrington, traf. dir.; Clairece Kibler, sls. mgr. Operation: Melbourne WAYK (Channel 26) TV 56 Ltd., 6525 Babcock St., S.E., Palm Bay, FL (305) William Varecha, pres. & film buyer; Lana Johnson, gen. sls. mgr.; Michelle Phillips, asst. prog. dir.; Debra Scott, prom. mgr.; Donna Skattum, news dir.; Steve Schrader, chief eng. Operation: June, WBSF (Channel 43) Blackstar Communications, Inc., 4450 Enterprise Ct., Melbourne, FL 32935(305) John Oxendine, pres.; Ed Parker, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Sandie Schroedel, prog. dir.; Ron Marshall, chief eng. Operation: July, Miami WBFS (Channel 33) Ch. 33, Inc., N.W. 52 Ave., Miami, FL 33014; (305) Milt Grant, pres.; Jerry Carr, gen. mgr.; Roger Green, gen. sls. mgr. Operation: December, WCIX-TV (Channel 6) CBS CBS Television Stations, 8900 NW 18th Terrace, Miami, FL; (305) Allen Sheklan, v.p.-gen. mgr.; Joy Newman, v.p. & sls. mgr.; Lee Sussman, bus. mgr.; Bernie Wimmers, dir. eng.; nat'l rep.: CBS Spot Sales. Seltel. Operation: Sept. 1967; TV households: 1,213,200. WDZL (Channel 39) 39 Bcstg. Ltd., 2055 Lee St., Hollywood, FL (305) Odyssey Partners, owner; Harvey Cohen, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Cyrus Russell, gen. sls. mgr.; Henry Hirsch, promo. mgr.; Robert Castillo, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Katz. Operation: October, WHFT-TV (Channel 45) Trinity Bdcstg. of Florida, 3324 Pembroke Rd., Pembroke, FL 33021; (305) Paul F. Crouch, pres.; Charles Saffell, sta. mgr.; Michael S. Everett, chief eng. Operation: WLTV (Channel 23) Spanish International Communications Corp., 2600 SW Third Ave., Miami, FL (305) Jose C. Cancela, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Cristina Schwartz, nat'l sls. mgr.; Marisa Chaves, Icl. sls. mgr.; Efrain Rivera, dir. eng. Operation: WPLG (Channel 10) ABC Post -Newsweek Stations of FL Inc., 3900 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL (305) John G. Garwood, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mike Dorsey, v.p. sls. & mktg.; Sharon Harrison, opns. mgr.; Sherry Burns, prog. dir.; Jeff Kurtz, natl. sls. mgr.; Don Hain, chief eng. Operation: November 1961; TV households: 1,925,000. WSVN (Channel 7) NBC Sunbeam Television Corp., th Street Causeway, Miami, FL (305) Edmund N. Ansin, pres.; Robert W. Leider, v.p. & gen. mgr.; John Fenwick, sls. mgr.; Mark Mayo, contr.; Merlin Haynie, chief eng.; Vicky Gregorian, ops. mgr.; Stacey Marks, creative services mgr.; nat'l rep.: Harrington, Righter & Parsons, Inc. Southern: Clem & Lowrance. Operation: 1956; TV Households: 1,156,700. WTVJ (Channel 4) NBC WTVJ-TV, Inc., 316 N. Miami Ave., Miami, FL (305) Dick Lobo, gen. mgr.; Alan Thiel, bus. mgr.; Nancy Valenta, news dir.; Dick Wexo, gen. sls. mgr.; Barry Allentuck, natl. sls. mgr.; Judy Girard, dir. pgrm.; Linda Button, dir. adv./ promo.; nat'l rep.: NBC Spot Sales. Operation: 1949; TV homes in area: 1,259,

161 Naples WEVU (Channel 26) ABC Caloosa TV Corp., 3451 Bonita Bay Blvd., Bonita Springs, FL (813) Ray Karpowicz, pres. & gen. mgr.; Larry Landaker, v.p., sta. mgr. & gen. sls. mgr.; John Buckey, promo. mgr.; David McKelvey, v.p. eng.; Sue Peters, prog. dir. & film buyer; nat'1 rep.: Seltel. Operation: Ocala WOGX (Channel 51) Wabash Valley Bdcstg. Corp., Box 3985, Ocala, FL (904) Mel Grossman, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Randy Keiser, pgm. dir. Operation: January, Orlando WAYQ (Channel 26) Beach Television Partners, 944 Sea Breeze Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL (904) William Varecha, CEO, gen. mgr. & film buyer; Wayne Croasdell, gen. sls. mgr.; Michele Phillips, prog. dir.; Debra Scott, promo. mgr.; Donna Skattum, news dir.; Ron Fries, chief eng. Operation: October, WCPX-TV (Channel 6) CBS First Media Corp., P.O. Box , Orlando, FL (305) Glenn Potter, pres.; Michael Schweitzer, v.p.-gen. mgr.; Jim Posey, gen. sls. mgr.; Everett Hughes, prog. mgr.; Robert Diehl, chief eng.; nat'i rep.: Katz. Operation: 1954; TV homes in area: 1,087,500. WFTV (Channel 9) ABC WFTV, Inc., 639 W. Central, Orlando, FL (305) Clifton L. Conley, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Lou Sopowitz, gen. sls. mgr.; Paul Warnock, chief eng.; Scott Post, contr. WOFL-TV (Channel 35) Meredith Corp., 35 Skyline Dr., Lake Mary, FL Norris Reichel, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Martin Ross, gen. sls. mgr.; Tom Calato, natl. sls. mgr.; Sharon DeLuca, Icl. sls. mgr.; Jim Miotke, sls.-rsrch. dev. dir.; Mark Simonsen, reg. sls. mgr.; Kate McSweeny, prog. mgr.; nat'1 rep.: MMT Sales. Operation: Palm Beach WPTV (Channel 5) NBC Scripps -Howard Bcastg. Co., P.O. Box 510, Palm Beach, FL Studio: 622 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, FL (305) William J. Brooks, gen. mgr.; Jim Knight, asst. gen. mgr. & gen.sls. mgr.; Arvo O. Katajisto, ops. dir.; Ed Roos, chief eng.; nat'1 rep.: Blair. Operation: Aug TV households: 1,152,800. Panama City WJHG-TV (Channel 7) NBC WJHG-TV, P.O. Box 2349, Panama City, FL (904) James H. Gray, Jr., pres.; J. Jerry Smithwick, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Roger Jones, sales mgr.; Jack Crusan, prod. mgr.; Scott Clark, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1953; TV households: 293,700. WMBB (Channel 13) ABC Buford Television, Inc., Box 1340, Panama City, FL (904) Bob Buford, pres.; David Jernigan, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Patti Clements, prog. dir.; Steve Cook, creative svcs. mgr.; Wendell Nelson, chief eng.; Paula Lunsford, bus. mgr.; Judi Barnes, let. sls. mgr.; Tom Najjar, regl. sls. mgr.; Jerry Fisher, news dir. Operation: October, 1973; TV households: 255,200. Pensacola WEAR -TV (Channel 3) ABC Heritage Media Corp., Box 12278, Pensacola, FL (904) David N. Watthall, pres.; Jack J. Robinette, pres., TV div.; M. J. Groothand, gen. mgr. & film buyer; Bob Shields, gen. sls. mgr.; Joe Smith, op. mgr.; Harry Babb, chief eng.; A. P. Neumann, news. dir.; Kathy Musial, promo. dir. Operation: 1954; TV households: 483,400. WJTC (Channel 44) Channel 44, Ltd., 700 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, FL 32501; (904) Robert J. Williamson, pres. Operation: November, St. Petersburg WTOG (Channel 44) Hubbard Broadcasting Inc., th Terrace, N.E. St. Petersburg, FL (813) Stanley S. Hubbard, pres.; Edward G. Aiken, gen. mgr.; Alan B. Frank, gen. sls. mgr.; John Kays, chief eng. Operation: WTSP-TV (Channel 10) ABC Great American TV & Radio Co., St. Petersburg, FL, P.O. Box 10,000, St. Petersburg, FL (813) Vincent F. Barresi, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Paul Siracuse, gen. sls. mgr.; Larry E. Cazavan, prog. dir. & film buyer; Barbara Sobocinski, promo. mgr.; P.J. Ford, dir. eng. Sarasota WWSB (Channel 40) ABC Southern Bdcst. Corp. of Sarasota, 5725 Lawton Dr., Sarasota, FL (813) Douglas C. Barker, pres. & gen. mgr.; J. Manuel Calvo, exec. v.p. & asst. gen. mgr.; Linda Des Marais, v.p. & sta. mgr.; Stanley B. Cramley, v.p. sls. Operation: Tallahassee WTWC (Channel 40) NBC Holt -Robinson TV, Inc., 8440 Deerlake Rd., Tallahassee, FL (904) Bob Robinson, pres.; Tom Maguire, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Wayne Boyd, gen. sls. mgr.; Ed Shaper, dir. eng.; Gil Daspit, prog. dir.; nat'1 rep.: Seltel. Operation: April,

162 WTXL-TV (Channel 27) ABC Tallahassee 27 Ltd. Partnership, 8927 Thomasville Rd., Tallahassee, FL 32312; (904) Joseph D. Tydings, pres. ; Carl V. Bruce, v.p.-gen. mgr.; Chris Aldridge, gen. sls. mgr. & dir. opns. Operation: September, Tampa WBHS (Channel 50) Silver King Bdcstg. of Tampa, Inc., th Ave., N., St. Petersburg, FL (813) W. James Goodman, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jackson M. Cooper, prog. dir.; J. Allen McCarthy, chief eng. Operation: Feb. 1, WFLA (Channel 8) NBC 905 East Jackson St., P.O. Box 1410, Tampa, FL (813) Robert T. Sutton, pres.; James G. Saunders, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Paul Catoe, gen. sls. mgr.; Doug Duperrault, prog. dir.; Ardell Hill, chief eng. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 1,199,760. WFTS (Channel 28) Tampa Bay TV, Inc., 4501 E. Columbus Dr., Tampa, FL 33605; (813) Jim Major, v.p. &gen. mgr.; Larry Jopek, gen. sls. mgr.; Joseph Logsdon, prog. dir.; Laura Barton, promo. mgr.; Lee Melvin, eng. mgr.; Marsha Hames, nat'i sls. mgr.; Lu Romero, prod. mgr.; Joy Petit, comm. aff. mgr.; Paul Wilson, bus. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: November, WTVT (Channel 13) CBS WTVT Holdings, Inc., 3213 West Kennedy Blvd., Box 31113, Tampa, FL 33631; Transmitter, Route 1, Box 767, Riverview, FL (813) Clarence V. McKee, pres. & CEO; C. David Whitaker, v.p. & gen. mgr.; John Westerberg, gen. sls. mgr.; Carol Mountain, prod. mgr.; Dick A Hearn, oper. mgr.; Bob Franklin, news dir.; Lowell Otto, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Tele Rep. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 1,131,400. W. Palm Beach WFLX (Channel 29) 4119 West Blue Heron Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL (305) Murray J. Green, v.p. & gen. mgr.; John C. Chaffee, pres., TV div.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: WPEC-TV (Channel 12) CBS Fairfield Drive, P. O. Box 24612, West Palm Beach, FL (305) Alex W. Dreyfoos, Jr., pres.; Allen Sternberg, prog. dir.; Robert H. Lawson Jr., v.p. sls.; Larry Henrichs, news dir.; George Denner, chief eng. Operation: GEORGIA Albany WALB-TV (Channel 10) NBC) Gray Communications Systems, Inc., P.O. Box 3130, Albany, GA (912) James H. Gray, Jr., pres.; Connie Greene, secty.; Phillip R. Greene, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Barbara Jones, treas.; William N. Williams, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: WTSG (Channel 31) FOX Newsouth Bdcstg. Inc., P.O. Box 4050, Albany, GA (912) Robert I. Ratcliff, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Carol Ayers, gen. sls. mgr.; R. Darby Ratcliff, prog. dir.; Tony Gainous, chief eng. Operation: Atlanta WAGA-TV (Channel 5) CBS Gillett Communications of Atlantica, Inc., Box 4207, Atlanta, GA (404) Jack Sander, pres. & gen. mgr.; John Dolive, dir. bdcst. opns.; nat'l rep.: Gillett TV sales. Operation: WATL (Channel 36) WATL-TV, One Monroe Place, Atlanta, GA (404) David Henderson, pres.; John Serrao, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Gene McHugh, gen. sls. mgr.; Don Hess, prog. dir.; Doug Furce, prod. mgr.; John Pelham, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: WGNX-TV (Channel 46) Tribune Broadcasting Co., 1810 Briarcliff Rd., P.O. Box 98097, Atlanta, GA (404) Herman Ramsey, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Wayne Spracklin, gen. sls. mgr.; Lerne Shilling, prog. mgr. Operation: WSB-TV (Channel 2) ABC Cox Broadcasting Corporation, 1601 W. Peachtree Street, N.E., Atlanta, GA (404) Andrew S. Fisher, v.p. & gen. mgr.; David Lippoff, news dir.; A. R. Van Cantfort, prgm. mgr.; Bruce Baker, sls. dir.; Herbert Gilbert, dir. eng. Operation: WTBS (Channel 17) Superstation, Inc., 1050 Techwood Dr., N.W., Atlanta, GA (404) R. E. Turner, chm.; Gerald Hagan, pres.; Robert Levi, exec. v.p.; William Merriam, exec. v.p. prod. & oper.; Jack Verner, chief eng. Operation: WVEU (Channel 69) Broadcasting Corp. of Georgia, 2700 N.E. Expressway, Bldg. A, Phoenix Business Park, Atlanta, GA (404) David J. Harris, pres.; Vance L. Eckersley, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mann Reed, gen. sls. mgr. & sta. mgr.; Gary Kelly, chief eng.; Marti Chitwood, p.a. mgr.; Peter L. Mandell, promo. mgr.; Sheldon Moss, 1cl. sls. mgr.; Mary F. McKee, prog. mgr. Operation: WXIA-TV (Channel 11) NBC Pacific & Southern Broadcasting Co., Inc., 1611 W. Peachtree St., N.E., Atlanta, GA (404)

163 Harvey Mars, pres. & gen. mgr.; Jack Lease, v.p. opns.; Howard Kaufman, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr.; Wayne Freedman, nat'l sls. mgr.; Steve Smith, news dir.; Jerry Michel, dir. eng.; John Heinen, promo. mgr. Operation: Sept., 1951; TV households: 1,568,400. Augusta WAGT -TV (Channel 26) NBC P.O. Box 1526, Augusta, GA (404) A. Hal Edwards, gen. mgr.; Lee Sheridan, sta. mgr.; James Halpin, gen. sis. mgr.; Al Van Dinteren, chief eng. Operation: Dec. 24, 1968; TV households: 222,000. WJBF (Channel 6) ABC Pegasus Bdcst. of Augusta, Georgia, Inc., Box 1404, Augusta, GA (803) Terry R. Sams, pres. & gen. mgr.; John R. Bennett, v.p.- opns. & sta. mgr.; Ray Erb, v.p.-sls. & gen. sis. mgr.; Marty Bosshart, nat'l sis. mgr.; Mary Miller, bus. mgr.; Art Cabot, v.p.-prog. & promo.; Gerald Levy, v.p.-community relations; William Doker, chief eng.; Jimmy Thomas, prod. mgr.; Peter Michenfelder, news dir. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 608,000. WRDW-TV (Channel 12) Television Station Partners, Drawer 1212, Augusta, GA Ralph E. Becker, pres.; William A. Service, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mary Mixon, gen. sls. mgr.; Lee Davis, chief eng.; Steve Johnston, program mgr. Operation: Feb. 1954; TV households: 678,600. Columbus WLTZ (Channel 38) NBC Columbus TV, Inc., Box 12289, Columbus, GA 31995; (404) J. Curtis Lewis, Jr., pres.; Bob Walton, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Tom Breazeale, gen. sls. mgr.; R.C. Bartlett, prog. dir.; Sandra Stouder, promo mgr.; Borden Black, news dir.; Bob Hook, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Adam Young. Operation: October, WRBL-TV (Channel 3) CBS Columbus Broadcasting Co., Inc., th Ave., Columbus, GA (404) Mark Prather, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Alice Upshaw, pgm. dir.; Teresa Baker, gen. sls. mgr.; Royce Hackett, chief eng. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 1,524,600. WTVM (Channel 9) ABC WTVM, Inc., Box 1848, Columbus, GA (404) Wayne Daugherty, pres. & gen. mgr.; W. Carroll Ward, prog. dir.; Richard Heath, sis. mgr.; Dick Byrd, news dir.; David Williams, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair Television. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 719,900. WXTX (Channel 54) Columbus Family TV, Inc., 6524 Buena Vista Rd., Box 12188, Columbus, GA 31907; (404) Ed Groves, gen. mgr.; Reid Walls, gen. sis. mgr.; Denise Murray, prog. dir.; Joy Scarbrough, promo. mgr.; Cliff Curley, film buyer, April Henry, film dir.; Karen Krieger, news dir.; Rick Liverett, chief eng. Operation: June, Macon WGXA (Channel 24) ABC Russell Rowe Communications, Box 340, Macon, GA (912) Don Elliot Heald, pres.; Ken Gerdes, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Frank Shurling, gen. sis. mgr.; Jim Baker, opns. mgr.; Kelly Causey, promo. mgr.; Ron Wildman, news dir.; Richard Blanton, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: WMAZ-TV (Channel 13) CBS Multimedia Broadcasting Company, Box 5008, Macon, GA (912) James T. Lynagh, pres.; Don McGouirk, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Gostin Freeney, gen. sls. mgr.; Sydney Thum, prog. dir,; Lacy Worrell, dir. of eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. WMGT Channel 41) NBC Morris Network, Inc., Box 4328, Macon, GA (912) Dean Hinson, pres.; Charles Morris, chmn.; L.A. Sturdivant, gen. mgr.; Joe Ryan, gen. sls. mgr.; Lisa Hill, prom. mgr.; Debbie Soria, prog. dir.; Keith Murphy, news dir.; Joe Sears, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: Savannah WJCL (Channel 22) ABC Lewis Bcstg. Corp., Abercorn St., Extension, Savannah, GA (912) J. Fred Pierce, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mary Poythress, pgm. dir.; Larry Walker, opns. dir. Operation: WSAV (Channel 3) NBC WSAV-TV, P.O. Box 2429, 1430 East Victory Drive., Savannah, GA (912) Station is owned by News -Press & Gazette Co., St. Joseph, MO; David R. Bradley, Jr., pres. Harvey Libow, gen. mgr.; Jim Davis, gen. sis. mgr.; Keith Young, news dir.; Cecil K. Daniel, Jr., prod. mgr.; Dave Stagnitto, opns. mgr.; Byron Strong, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: 1956; TV sets in area: 206,500. WTOC-TV (Channel 11) CBS American Savannah Broadcasting Co., 516 Abercom St., Savannah, GA (912) Jess Mooney, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bud Bradbury, prom. dir.; LaVaughn Thompson, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz Agency Inc. Operations: 1954; TV sets in area: 394,800. Thomasville, GA -Tallahassee, FL WCTV (Channel 6) CBS John H. Phipps, P.O. Box 3048, Tallahassee, FL (904) John E. Phipps, chm.; Dennis O. Boyle, pres.; Jim Caruthers, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Melvin Blank, opns. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair TV. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 416,500. Toccoa WNEG-TV (Channel 32) Stephens County Broadcasting Co., 100 Blvd., Box 907, Toccoa, GA 30577; (404) Roy E. Gaines, pres. & gen. mgr.; David Austin, gen. sis. 478

164 mgr.; Connie Gaines, prog. dir. & film buyer; Tony Garrison, promo. mgr.; Cindy Wood, prod. mgr. Operation: September, Valdosta WVGA (Channel 44) ABC Moms Network, Inc., Box 1588, Valdosta, GA (912) Dean Hinson, pres.; Aubrey Wood, gen. mgr.; Marvin L. Keene, gen. sls.-sta. mgr.; Janet Stump, prog.-traf. Operation: HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Hilo, Hawaii KGMD-TV (Channel 9) CBS (Satellite of KGMB-TV, Honolulu) Lee Enterprises, Inc., 58 Manaolana PI., Hilo, HI (808) Lee Carlson, gen. mgr.; Morris Nimi, asst. chief eng. Operation: KHBC-TV (Channel 2) Kona Hilo Bdcstg. Corp., Box 4250, Hilo, HI (808) Bill Evans, pres.; Abe Lagadon, sta. mgr.; Gerri Shimada, prog. dir.; Matt Sanders, Eve Fuller, news dirs.; Charles Epperson, chief eng. Operation: August, KHVO (Channel 13) ABC (Satellite of KHVH-TV, Honolulu) Shamrock Bdcstg. Co., Nani Loa Surf Hotel, Hilo, HI (808) Operation: May, 1960; TV sets in area. Honolulu, Oahu KBFD (Channel 32) Allen Bdcstg. Corp., 1188 Bishop St., Honolulu, HI (808) Kea Sung Chung, pres. & gen. mgr.; Jaeh Hoon Chung, prog. dir.; Alvin C.H. Chang, chief eng.; Sandi Towers, asst. to pres. Operation: Mar. 7, KFVE (Channel 5) Kailkena Lani TV Corp., 315 Sand Island Rd., Honolulu, HI (808) Lee Holmes, pres.; Don Metzger, gen. mgr.; Sharon Kanaley, natl. sls. mgr.; Bryan Holmes, prog. dir.; Debby McGraw, promo. mgr.; Hank Kaul, chief eng.; rep.: ITS. KGMB TV (Channel 9) CBS Lee Enterprises, Incorporated 1534 Kapiolani Blvd., Honolulu, HI P.O. Box 581, Honolulu, HI (808) Lee Carlson, gen.. mgr.; Sharon Kanaley, nat'l & gen. sls. mgr.; Phil Arnone, prog. dir., James Manke, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz Agency. Operation: TV households (State): 261,170. KHAI (Channel 20) Media Central, Inc., 735 Sheridan St., Honolulu, HI (808) Dan T. Kawakami, gen. mgr.; J. Bautista, gen. sls. mgr.; Sam F. Sugano, prog. dir.; Glenn Tenean, chf. oper. Operation: December, KHNL-TV (Channel 13) King Bdcstg. Co., 150-B Puuhale Road, Honolulu, HI Richard J. Blangiardi, gen. mgr.; Shirley Feliciano, bus. mgr. Operation: July, 1962; TV homes: 320,000. KHON-TV (Channel 2) Honolulu KAII-TV (Channel 7) WAILUKU SATELLITE KHAW-TV (Channel 11) HILO SATELLITE KHON-TV, Inc Auahi St., Honolulu HI William S. Snyder, pres. & gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.: HRP Operation: 1952; TV sets in area: 323,720. KIN (Channel 4) ABC Talc Communications, Inc., 1290 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96814; Jim Matthews, pres. & gen. mgr.; Bob Kato, chief eng.; Muneo Hamada, bus. mgr.; Wally Zimmerman, news dir.; Mike Ainsworth, prod. mgr.; Tracy Keliihoomalu, prog. dir. Operation: KMGT (Channel 26) Mount Wilson FM Broadcasters, 970 N. Kalaheo Ave., Kailua-Honolulu, HI (808) Saul Levin, pres.; Thomas White, gen. mgr.; Dave Tipton, gen. sls. mgr. Garrett Nakahodo, prog. dir.; Darryl Shiroma, news dir.; Scott Jossart, chief eng.; rep.: Mutual TeleSales Operation: Dec. 23, KWHE (Channel 14) Le Sea Bdcstg. Corp., 1188 Bishop St., Honolulu, HI (808) Steve Smurall, gen. mgr.; Boyd Lions, opns. mgr.; Keith Spencer, chief eng. Wailuku, Maul KAII-TV (Channel 7) NBC (Satellite of KHON-TV, Honolulu) KHON-TV, Inc., 1170 Auahi St., Honolulu, HI Personnel: same as KHON-TV, Honolulu. Operation: Nov KGMV-TV (Channel 3) CBS (Satellite of KGMB-TV; Honolulu, Heftel Broadcasting - Maui, Inc., P.O. Box 1574, Kahului, HI Cecil Heftel, pres., treas. & gen. mgr.; Earl McDaniel, gen. mgr.; Thomas Yoshida, chief eng. & sta. mgr. Operation: KMAU (Channel 12) ABC (Semi -satellite of separately -owned, KITV, Honolulu) Maui Publishing Co., Ltd., Box 550, Wailuku, HI Operation: Dec., IDAHO Boise KBCI-TV (Channel 2) CBS Eugene Television, Inc., 1007 Jefferson St., Boise, ID (208) Donald E. Tykeson, pres.; Timothy J. Bever, gen. mgr. & film buyer; Mark Jollie, gen. sls. mgr.; Gary Rogers, chief eng.; rep.: 479

165 Katz Television, Art Moore & Associates, Inc. (Pacific Northwest). Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 212,000. KTVB-TV (Channel 7) NBC KTVB, Inc Fairview Ave., P.O. Box 7 Boise, ID (208) Steve Clifford, pres.; Robert E. Krueger, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Rod Gramer, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Idaho Falls KIDK-TV (Channel 3) CBS Retlaw Bdcstg. Co., P.O. Box 2008, Idaho Falls, ID 83403; (208) Gerry Cornwell, sta. & gen. sls. mgr. & natl. sls. mgr.; Kim Southwick, opns. dir.; Gary Smith, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 107,900. KIFI -TV (Channel 8) The Post Company, P.O. Box 2148, Idaho Falls, ID (208) Rickie Orchin Brady, gen. mgr.; Herman G. Haefele, sta. mgr.; Shang Beard, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: Lewiston KIVI (Channel 6) ABC Sawtooth Communications, Inc., 1866 East Chisholm Dr., Nampa, ID (208) Larry J. Chase, Ares./gen.mgr.; Ken Ritchie, sls. mgr.; Susu Mahood, local sls. mgr.; Dan Smede, news dir.; Andy Suk, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel; regional rep.: Tacher. Operation: KLEW-TV (Channel 3) CBS Retlaw Bdcstg. Co., th St., Lewiston, ID 83501; (208) Fred Fickenwirth, mgr.; Marlin Jackson, chief eng.; Gene Haagenson, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: Nampa KTRV (Channel 12) 679 Sixth St., Nampa, ID (208) Rex L. McArthur, v.p./gen. mgr.; Diane Frisch, sta. mgr.; Francis Wilson, chief eng.; Jim Barto, bus. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: Pocatello -Blackfoot KPVI (Channel 6) ABC Ambassador Media Corp., P.O. Box 667, Pocatello, ID (208) Sen. William Armstrong, pres.; Brian Hogan, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mike Tracy, gen. sls. mgr.; Tony Divesti, chief eng.; Greg Licht, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1974; TV households: 102,000. Twin Falls KMVT (Channel 11) CBS KMVT Broadcasting, Inc., 1100 Blue Lakes Blvd., N., Twin Falls, ID (208) Jim Underwood, pres.; Lee Wagner, gen. mgr.; George Brown, ops. mgr.; Dennis Lowe, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 60,000. ILLINOIS Aurora WEHS (Channel 60) Silver King Bdcstg. of Illinois, Inc., 4255 Westbrook Dr., Aurora, [L (312) Jim Flynn, pres.; Jeff McGrath, v.p. & gen. mgr.; George Drase & Mario Steranini, rgnl. sls. mgr.; Monica Nettles -Gary, prog. dir.; Sandra Marx, news prod.; Dana Beifus, chief eng. Operation: April 20, Bloomington WYZZ (Channel 43) Bloomington Comco, Inc., 2714 East Lincoln St., Bloomington, IL (309) G.J. Robinson, pres.; Rod Whisenant, gen. mgr.; Bob Bolton, sls. mgr.; Ethel Esters, prog. mgr.; John Wamsley, chief eng. Operation: Champaign WCIA (Channel 3) CBS Midwest Television, Inc., 509 S. Neil St., Champaign, IL (217) A. C. Meyer, Jr., pres.; Guy Main, exec. v.p.; Jack B. Everette, exec. v.p. & treas.; Gerald P. Johnson, sls. mgr.; Leonard Davis, nat'l sales mgr.; Ed Mathais, prod. mgr.; Sheila Hickman, prog. dir. & film buyer; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 329,000. WICD-TV (Channel 15) NBC Plains Television Partnership, 250 Country Fair Dr., Champaign, IL (217) Elmer Balaban, partner; Joe Norris, stn. mgr; Ginger Rush, nat'l sls. mgr. Ed Mason, local sales mgr.; David Boyer, chief eng.; Larry Waters, ops. mgr.; nat'l rep., Katz Television Continental. Operation: Chicago WBBM-TV (Channel 2) CBS CBS, Inc., 630 N. McClurg Court, Chicago, [L (312) Rod Perth, sta. mgr.; Johnathan Rodgers, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Sam Stallworth, sls. dir.; Karen Miller, bcstg. dir.; Joan Zucker, dir. press reltns. Operation: 1946; TV sets in area: 2,679,260. WCFC (Channel 38) Christian Communications of Chicagoland, Inc., 1 N. Wacker Dr., Chicago, IL (312) Jerry K. Rose, pres.; Kevin L. San Hamel, gen. sls. mgr.; Philip E. Mowbray, dir. opns.; David Oseland, prog. dir.; Alan Bolds, prom. mgr.; Jim Tillery, chief eng. Operation: WCIU-TV (Channel 26) Weigel Bdg. Co., Board of Trade, Chicago, IL Howard Shapiro, pres. & gen. mgr.; Peter Zomaya, asst. gen. mgr. & sls. mgr.; Merri Houser, film dir.; Bernie Hoelting, chief 480

166 eng.; Ben Larson, Eng. news dir.; Don Aguirre, Span. news. dir.; Norman Shapiro, dir. bus. & Igl. affairs. Operation: WFLD-TV (Channel 32) Fox Fox TV Stations, Inc., 205 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL Cary Jones, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Rich Engberg, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr.; Dwain Schoonover, eng. mgr.; nat'i rep: Petry. Operation: Jan., 1966; TV households: 3,138,000. WGN-TV (Channel 9) WGN, Continental Broadcasting Company, 2501 W. Bradley Pl., Chicago, IL (312) Dennis Fitzsimons, v.p./gen. mgr.; Peter Walker, gen. sls. mgr.; Pam Pearson, dir. creative svcs.; Paul Davis, news dir.; Charlotte O'Brien, dir. of community affairs; Jim Zerwekh, dir. prog. WLS-TV (Channel 7) ABC WLS Television, Inc., 190 N. State St., Chicago, IL (312) Joe Ahern, pres. & gen. mgr.; Mark Grant, gen. sls. mgr.; Tim Bennett, prog. dir.; Tom Dolan, news dir.; nat'i rep.: ABC TV Spot Sales. Operation: Oct., 1943; TV homes: 2,995,000. WMAQ-TV (Channel 5) NBC National Bdcstg. Co., Merchandise Mart, Chicago, IL (312) Richard Morse, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Ken Hall, dir. sls.; Lisa Churchville, sls. mgr.; Jim Powell, dir. bdcst. opns. & eng.; Dave Mayber, sls. mgr.; David Finney, prog. dir.; Jim Powell, chief eng. nat'i rep.: NBC Spot Sales. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 3,530,230 WSNS-TV (Channel 44) Video 44, a Joint Venture, 430 W. Grant Pl., Chicago, IL (312) Jose Francisco Lamas, gen. mgr.; Armando Triana, gen. sls. mgr.; John Dickinson, opns. mgr.; Marissa Quiles, prog. dir.; David Cordova, news dir.; Charles Breeding, chief eng. Operation: April, Decatur WAND (Channel 17) ABC (Serving Decatur, Springfield & Champaign) WAND -Television, Inc. (subsidiary of Lin Broadcasting Corp., Inc.), 904 Southside Drive, Decatur, IL (217) T. J. Vaughan, v.p. sta. mgr.; Larry Katt, v.p. sls.; Nat'l Rep.: Blair. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 569,506. WFHL (Channel 23) Decatur Foursquare Broadcasting, 2510 Parkway Ct., Decatur, IL 62526; (217) Tim Peterson, pres.; Mark Drestadt, gen. mgr.-prog. dir.; Rita Gray, sls. mgr.; Paul Osborne, news dir.; Greg Danaha, chief eng. Operation: May, Harrisburg WSIL-TV (Channel 3) ABC Primary 21 \V. Poplar St_ Harrisburg. IL; Mel Wheeler, pres.; Steve Wheeler, gen. mgr. & prog. dir.; Emory McCullough, gen. sls. mgr.; Pat Victoria, chief eng. Operation: Joliet/Chicago WGBO-TV (Channel 66) Grant Bcstg. Co., 875 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 3141, Chicago, IL (312) Steve Freidheim, gen. mgr.; George Leh, prog. dir.; Chuck Jennings, chief eng. Operation: Marion WTCT-TV (Channel 27) Tri-State Christian TV, Rt. 37, Marion, IL (618) Garth Coonce, pres. & gen. mgr.; Dan Vawser, prod. mgr.; Christina M. Coonce, prog. dir.; nat'i rep.: Spot Time Ltd. Operation: Moline WOAD -TV (Channel 8) ABC 3003 Park 16 St., Moline, IL (309) H. Oliver Gillespie, pres. & gen. mgr.; Tharon Honeycutt, contr.; Gene Smith, gen. sls. mgr.; Marcia Green, prog. mgr.; Joh Riches, news dir.; Rick Serre, chief eng. Operation: Mount Vernon WCEE (Channel 13) Sudbrink Broadcasting Corp. of Ill., 4110 Broadway, Mount Vernon, IL (618) Vic Rumore, pres.; Karen Shute, sta. mgr.; Kent Hogshead, chief eng. Operation: Peoria WEEK -TV (Channel 25) NBC Eagle Broadcasting Corporation, 2907 Springfield Rd., E. Peoria, IL (309) Dennis Upah, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Amy Blain, opns. & promo. mgr.; Ken Tofanelli, chief eng.; Phil Supple, news dir. nat'1 rep.: Katz Agency. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 475,000. WHOI-TV (Channel 19) ABC Forward of Illinois, Inc. 500 N. Stewart St., Creve Coeur, IL (309) Charles E. Sherman, pres. & gen. mgr.; William Thorson, gen. sls. mgr.; David Allen, news dir.; Carl Wolfe, chief eng.; nat'i rep.: Blair. Operation: Oct. 1953; TV households; 475,300. WMBD (Channel 31) CBS Midwest Television, Inc., 3131 N. University, Peoria, IL (309) August C. Meyer, Jr., pres.; Guy F. Main, exec. v.p.: Gene Robinson, v.p. and gen. mgr.; Gene C. Robinson, stat. mgr.; Lloyd Peterson, op. mgr.; Paul Baumgartner, chief eng.; nat'i rep.; Petry Operation: 1958; TV sets in area: 338,

167 Quincy WGEM-TV (Channel 10) NBC Quincy Broadcasting Co., 513 Hampshire, P.O. Box 80, Quincy, IL (217) T. A. Oakley, pres.; Ralph M. Oakley, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Ben Stewart, natl. slsl. mgr.; Jim Martens, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 372,400. Rockford WIFR-TV (Channel 23) CBS WIFR Television, Inc., 2523 N. Meridian Rd., Rockford, IL Jim Grimes, gen. mgr.; Arles Hendershott, news dir.; Keith Bland, sls. mgr.; Will Shears, chief eng.; Doug Warkenthien, prod. mgr.; Barb Schobinger, prog. dir.; Judy Lung, bus. mgr. Operation: WQRF-TV (Channel 39) Family Group Ltd. IV, 401 S. Main St., Rockford, IL (815) Robb Gray, Jr., v.p. & gen. mgr.; Kemp Nichol, gen. sls. mgr.; Paul Klick, promo. mgr.; Dean'firman, chief eng. Operation: WREX-TV (Channel 13) ABC WREX-TV, West Auburn at Winnebago Rds., Rockford, IL (815) Owner: M -L Media Partners Ltd. I. Martin Pompadur, pres.; Ray Chumley, gen. mgr.; Richard Harbison, gen. sis. mgr.; Jack Willard, bus. mgr.; Gerry Meinders, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: September, 1953; TV households: 401,600. WTVO (Channel 17) NBC Young Bdcstg. Inc., 1917 N. Meridian Rd. & State, Rockford, IL (815) Harold Froelich, v.p. & mgr.; Tom Anderson, gen. sales mgr.; Al Petzke, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Adam Yound, Inc. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 580,300. Rock Island WHBF-TV (Channel 4) CBS Citadel Communications Co., Ltd., Telco Bldg., St., Rock Island, IL (309) Phillip J. Lombardo, pres.; Robert Hoffman, gen. mgr.; Al Uzzell, opns. dir.; Coy Bullard, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Telerep Operation: 1950; TV sets in area: 486,000. Springfield WICS (Channel 20) NBC 2680 East Cook St., Springfield, IL (217) John DiMatteo, pres.; Mike Bock, v.p., dir. bdcst. opns.; John V. Connors, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Don Squires, gen. sis. mgr.; Virginia Rush, nat'l sis. mgr.; Jerrold Merritt, chief eng.; Gary Spears, prog. mgr.; Peter Holmes, creative svcs. dir.; H.K. Springer, comtr.; nat'l rep.: Katz Agency. Operation: 1953: TV sets in area: 805,000. WRSP (Channel 55) Springfield Independent TV Co., 3440 Clearlake Ave., Springfield, IL 62702; (217) Tom Mochel, gen. mgr.; Michael T. Burns, gen. sis. mgr.; Ken Myers, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Indep. TV Sls. Operation: June, INDIANA Angola WINM (Channel 63) Tri-State Bdcstg., Inc., 2901 N. Clinton St., Ft. Wayne, IN (219) Paul C. Paino, pres.; Wayne Paradise, gen. mgr.; Jerry Clark, v.p. sis.; Roger Rhodes, v.p. prog. & film buyer; Margo France, promo. mgr.; Stephen Buyze, chief eng. Operation: Mar. 10, Bloomington WCLJ (Channel 42) Trinity Bdcstg. of Indiana, Inc., 2528 U.S. 31 South, Greenwood, IN (317) Robert Higley, gen. mgr. Operation: August, WIIB (Channel 63) Channel 63, Inc., Rt. 1, Box 516, Trafalgar, IN (317) Mary Ann Renee, gen. mgr.; Dennis Wallace, chief eng. Operation: Dec. 27, Bloomington -Indianapolis WTTV (Channel 4) Independent WTTV, Inc., 3490 Bluff Road, Indianapolis, IN (217) Fred Barber, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Will Davis, opns. mgr.; Clyde Dutton, gen. sis. mgr.; Bernie Souers, Ici. sis. mgr.; Thomas Weber, dir. eng. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area; 2,500,000. Elkhart -South Bend WSJV (Channel 28) ABC WSJV, Inc. (owner)-subsidiary of Quincy Newspapers (Illinois) Inc., Box 1646, Elkhart, IN (219) ; South Bend (219) Thomas A. Oakley, pres.; Don E. Fuller, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jon Hart, gen. sis. mgr.; nati rep., Blair. Operation: 1954; TV sets in ADI: 281,300. Evansville WEHT -TV (Channel 25) CBS Gilmore Broadcasting Corp., P.O. Box 25, Evansville, IN (812) James S. Gilmore, Jr., pres.; Douglas A. Padgett, gen. mgr.; Mike Riley, gen. sis. mgr.; Jenny Gager, div. contrl.; Mike Peckenpaugh, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 290,600. WEVV (Channel 44) Fox Affiliate Ralph C. Wilson Industries, Inc., 629 Walnut St., Evansville, IN 47708; (812) Michael Brooks, gen. mgr.; John Sandwell, gen. sis. mgr.; Alice Lovell, prog. dir.; Don Hollingsworth, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: MMT Sales. Operation: November, WFIE (Channel 14) NBC WFIE, Inc., 1115 Mt. Auburn Rd., Evansville, IN (812) Conrad L. Cagle, pres. & gen. mgr.; Shirley Kirk, prog. dir.; Maaion Paul, chief eng. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 214,

168 1 WNW (Channel 7) ABC Woods Communications Group, Inc., 477 Carpenter St., P. O. Box 7, Evansville, IN 47701; (812) Charles Woods, pres.; Ken Schreiber, gen. mgr.; Ken Hawkins, gen. sls. mgr.; Jan Euras, promo. mgr.; John Sterne, news dir.; John Schuta, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: 1956; TV sets in area: 247,480. Fort Wayne WANE -TV (Channel 15) CBS Indiana Broadcasting Corp., 2915 W. State Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN (219) Frank Moore, pres. & gen. mgr.; Randall Culbertson, fin. mgr.; Mark Meyer, prog. dir.; Herb Lyons, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 253,000. WFFT-TV (Channel 55) Great Trails Bdcstg. Corp., 3707 Hillegas Rd., Ft. Wayne, IN (219) Alexander Williams, pres.; Clark Davis, exec. v.p.; Jeff Evans, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jim Glendening, nat'l sls. mgr. Operation: December, WKJG-TV (Channel 33) NBC Thirty -Three, Inc., 2633 W. State Blvd., Ft. Wayne, IN (219) Joseph R. Cloutier, pres. & treas.; Hilliard Gates, v.p. & gen. mgr.; William Kline, gen. sls. mgr.; Ed Schmidt, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 280,000. WPTA (Channel 21) ABC WPTA-TV, Pulitzer Bdcstg. Co., 3401 Butler Road, Ft. Wayne, IN (219) Edwin C. Metcalfe, v.p./gen. mgr.; Marvin Gottlieb, gen. sls mgr. ; Barbara Wigham, sta. mgr. & dir. of prgm. & promo.; Bill MacDonald, sls. mgr.; Wayne Ludkey, news dir.; Ray Krueger, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair Television. Operation: Gary WPWR-TV (Channel 50) Channel 50 TV Corp., 2151 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL (219) Fred Eychaner, pres. & gen. mgr.; Mike Dunlop, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr.; Brent Stephenson, v.p. & sta. mgr.; Neal Sabin, prog. dir.; Bob Minor, chief eng.; natl. rep.: MMT. Operation: September, Indianapolis WHMB-TV (Channel 40) LeSea Bldg., Co., Box 12, South Bend, IN (317) Lester Sumrall, pres.; Doug Garlinger, chief eng.; Wanda Linville, traffic mgr. Operation: WISH -TV (Channel 8) CBS Indiana Broadcasting Corp., 1950 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN (317) Peter K. Orne, pres. & gen. mgr.; Scott Blumenthal, gen. sls. mgr.; Terry VanBibber, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 1,950,000. WRTV (Channel 6) ABC McGraw-Hill Broadcasting Company, Inc., 1330 North Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN (317) John Proffitt, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Sharon Chalfin, gen. sls. mgr.; Ken Ladage, prog. dir.; Sharon Malmstone, promo. dir.; Martin Siddall, bus. mgr.; MMT Sales, Inc. Operations: WTHR (Channel 13) NBC Video Indiana, Inc., 1000 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN (317) Michael J. Corken, gen: mgr.; Linda Kirby, pubi. affairs dir.; Robert Shire, gen. sls. mgr.; Tom Rose, prog. dir.; William Hineman, chief eng.; Bob Campbell, news dir.; Mark Dillon, bus. mgr.; nat'l rep.: John Blair & Co. Operation: 1957; Ownership change: TV sets in area: 1,284,200. WXIN (Channel 59) Atlin Communications, Inc., 1440 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46202; (317) Joseph A. Young, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Raymond Hunt, gen. sls. mgr.; Michael McKinnon, chief eng. Operation: February, Lafayette WLFI-TV (Channel 18) WLFI-TV, Inc., 2605 Yeager Rd., West Lafayette, IN 47906; (Studio); P.O. Box 7018, Lafayette, IN (mailing). (317) Robert A. Ford, gen. mgr.; Thomas C. Combs, sls. mgr.; Ken Fitzgerald, chief eng.; Nina Hart, prog. mgr. Operation: May, 1953; TV households: 319,900. Marion WMCC (Channel 23) Marion TV, Inc., E. 246th St., Noblesville, IN (317) G.J. Robinson, pres.; Joe Mazza, gen. mgr. Operation: Nov. 1, Richmond WKOI (Channel 43) Trinity Broadcasting of Indiana, 1702 S. Ninth St., Richmond, IN (317) Paul Crouch, pres.; Mary L. Laird, mgr.; Joe Hoyer, prod./ dir.; Carl Dole, chief eng. Operation: South Bend WHME-TV (Channel 46) Lester Sumrall Evangelistic Assn. Inc., Box 12, South Bend, IN (219) Lester Sumrall, pres.; Steve Sumrall, group v.p.; Peter Sumrall, v.p. & gen. mgr. Operations: July, WNDU-TV (Channel 16) NBC Michiana Telecasting Corp., Box 1616, South Bend, IN Bazil O'Hagan, pres. & gen. mgr.; Harry Kevorkian, v.p., educ. & admin.; Gregory Giczi, v.p., opns.; nat'l rep.; Adam Young, Inc. Operation: 1955; TV homes in area: 270,

169 WSBT-TV (Channel 22) CBS WSBT, Inc., 300 W. Jefferson Blvd., South Bend, IN (219) James D. Freeman, pres. & gen. mgr.; Roland Adeszko, gen. sls. mgr.; N. J. Gassensmith, program dir. & film dir.; Robert Bell, chief eng.; nat'l rep.; Katz Agency. Operation: 1952; Sets in area: 327,200. Terre Haute WBAK-TV (Channel 38) ABC WBAK Television Co., P.O. Box 719, Terre Haute, IN (812) Cy N. Bahakel, pres.; Hal Edwards, gen. mgr.; David Pierce, chief eng.; Barry Sinnock, prod. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: WTHI-TV (Channel 10) CBS Wabash Valley Broadcasting Corp., 918 Ohio St., Terre Haute, IN (812) David L. Bailey, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Phil Johnson, gen. sls. mgr.; Rod Garvin, dir. opns., prog.; nat'l rep. Katz Agency. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 876,000. WTWO (Channel 2) NBC Illiana Telecasting Corp., P.O. Box 299, Terre Haute, IN Mark Allen, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jerry Tiller, gen. sls. mgr.; Phylis Martindale, opns. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operations: Sept., IOWA Ames WOI-TV (Channel 5) ABC Iowa State Univ. Bdcstg. Corp., Ames, IA (515) Bob Helmers, pres. & gen. mgr.; Ed Powers, chief eng.; Vicky Cordes, film dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1950; TV sets in area: 552,600. Burlington KJMH (Channel 26) FOX Burlington Bdcstg. Co., Inc., 200 Jefferson St., Burlington, IA 52601(319) Steven S. Hoth, pres.; George Van Hagen, gen. & gen. sls. mgr.; Rochelle Kobrin, prog. dir. & film buyer; Essie Garrett, promo. mgr.; Victoria Lind, news dir.; Del Morris, chief eng. Operation: Jan. 6, Cedar Rapids KCRG-TV (Channel 9) ABC Cedar Rapids Television Co., 2nd Ave. at 5th St. S.E., Cedar Rapids, IA (319) Joseph F. Hladky, III, pres.; Bob Allen, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Kevin LeRoux, gen. sls. mgr.; Bill Anderson, prog. & prod. dir.; Dave Marshall, promo. mgr.; Bruce Kruse, chief eng.; Paul Dicker, prog. dir.; James Laymon, treas. & bus. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: 1953; TV homes in area: 493,300. KGAN-TV (Channel 2) CBS KGAN-TV, Broadcast Park, Box 3131, Cedar Rapids, IA (319) Richard Herbst, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Denise Noonan, natl. sls. mgr.; John Ganahl, opns. mgr.; Bob Burns, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: The Katz Agency, Inc. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 373,800. Davenport KLBJ-TV (Channel 18) 937 East 53 St., Suite D, Davenport, IA (319) Gary Brandt, pres. & gen. mgr.; Bridget Bowen, gen. sls. mgr.; Dan Olson, nat'l sls. mgr.; Kathleen DeBoeuf, controller; Don Bargmann, chief eng.; Sue Passe, prod. mgr.; Randy Belk, prog. mgr.; Penny Foy, traffic mgr.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: July, KWQC-TV (Channel 6) NBC KWQC Broadcasting Co., 805 Brady St., Davenport, IA (319) John Sloan, sta. mgr.; Mike Vandran, sls. mgr.; John Hegamen, chief eng.; Kenneth H. MacQueen, v.p.,; William Ryan, pres.; Joseph Lentz, sta. mgr. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 670,200. Des Moines KCCI-TV (Channel 8) CBS H & C Communications, Inc., P.O. Box 10305, Des Moines, IA (515) Paul Fredericksen, pres. & gen. mgr.; Dave Porepp, gen. sls. mgr.; Paul Rhoades, v.p./news; John Pascuzzi, v.p., opns.; Robert Day, dir. prog.; Pam Kulik, dir. promo. & comm. affairs. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 529,200. KDSM-TV (Channel 17) Duchossois Communications of Iowa, 4023 Fleur Dr., Des Moines, IA (515) Rolland Johnson, pres. ; Tommy Thompson, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Ted Stephens, gen. sls. mgr.; Jerry Johnson, prom. mgr.; Marty Morfeld, chief eng. Operation: March, WHO -TV (Channel 13) NBC Palmer Communications, Inc., 1801 Grand Ave., Des Moines, IA (515) Joseph Lentz, gen. mgr.; Tom Heston, gen. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1954; households: 379,500. Dubuque KDUB-TV (Channel 40) ABC Dubuque TV, One Dubuque Plaza, Dubuque, IA 52001; (319) Thomas Bond, gen. ptnr.; Marshal Porter, gen. sls. mgr.; Dave Basinger, opns. mgr.; Gary Haverland, chief eng. Operation: June, Kirksville, MO -Ottumwa, IA KTVO (Channel 3) ABC P.O. Box 949, Highway 63 N, Kirksville, MO 63501; (816) Jerry Heilman, gen. mgr.; Dan Havens, sls. mgr.; Keith Reynolds, chief eng.; Pam Small, dir. pub. info.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: 1955: TV sets in area: 146,

170 1_...1_._L1_. Jl Mason City KIMT-TV (CHANNEL 3) CBS Spartan Radiocasting, Inc., Second & Pennsylvania, Mason City, IA 50401; John Shine, gen. mgr.; Dick Aune, gen. sls. mgr.; Dave Presler, Icl. sls. mgr.; Dale Byre, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz Agency. Operations: 1954; TV sets in area: 449,000. Ottumwa KOIA-TV (Channel 15) FOX Public Interest Bdcst. Group, Inc., 820 W. Second St., Ottumwa, IA (515) Dirk Engstrom, gen. mgr.; Al Crounse, gen. sls. mgr. & prog. dir.; Phil Benjamin, chief eng.; rep.: Mutual TeleSales. Operation: June 29, Sioux City KCAU-TV (Channel 9) ABC-TV Citadel Communications, Ltd., 7th & Douglas Sts., Sioux City, IA (712) Ray Cole, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Don Hale, natl. sls. mgr.; Gary Seaberg, Icl. sls. mgr.; J. D. Walls, dir. bdcst. opns. & prog. dir.; Ken Gullette, news dir.; Rollin Ball, tech. opns. dir.; natl. rep.; Katz. Operation: 1953; TV homes in area: 169,500. KMEG-TV (Channel 14) CBS KMEG Television, Inc., Box 657, 7th & Floyd Blvd., Sioux City, IA (712) Bruce McGorrill, pres.; Bruce Lewis, gen. mgr.; Gary Duffy, 1cl. sls. mgr.; Lyle Johnson, chief eng.; Greg Funk, bus. mgr. Operation: Sept., 1967; TV homes: 167,700. KTIV (Channel 4) NBC KTIV Television Co., 3135 Floyd Blvd., Sioux City, IA 51105; (712) Jim Waterbury, pres.; Mike Smith, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mary Bracken, v.p./programming; Dale Russell, v.p., eng.; Jack Baker, v.p. sls.; nat'l rep.: John Blair Co. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 372,200. Waterloo KWWL-TV (Channel 7) NBC American Black Hawk Broadcasting Co., E. 4th & Franklin, Waterloo, IA (319) James Waterbury, pres. & gen. mgr.; nat'l rep., Blair. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 412,700. KANSAS Colby KLBY (Channel 4) ABC 999 S. Range, Colby, KS 67701; (913) Bob Surber, gen. mgr.; Wayne Roberts, sta. mgr.; Josie Taylor, news dir.; Tom Cook, farm dir., R. K. Wellman, chief eng. Operation: July, Ensign KBSD-TV (Channel 6) CBS KBS, Inc., Box 12, Wichita, KS Operation: Garden City KSNG-TV (Channel 11) NBC (Satellite of KSNW-TV, Wichita, KS Part of Kansas State Network) Kansas State Network, Inc., South Highway 83, Garden City, KS (316) Rep.: Katz. Stan Orth, sta. mgr. Operation: Nov KUPK-TV (Channel 13) ABC Satellite of KAKE-TV, Wichita, KS) KAKE-TV, Box 10, Wichita, KS Ron Collins, pres. & gen. mgr.; Bob Surber, sta. mgr.; Jan McDaniel, news dir.; Paul Hinderliter, chief eng.; Roxie 'Ricker, prog. dir. Operation: Oct., Goodland KLOE-TV (Channel 10) ABC, CBS Kays, Inc., Broadcast Plaza Box 569, Goodland, KS (913) Kay Melia, gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: Great Bend KSNC (Channel 2) NBC (Satellite of KSNW-TV, Wichita, KA) Kansas State Network, Inc., P.O. Box 689, Great Bend, KS (316) Bill Ranker, gen. mgr.; Gary Gore, sls. mgr.; Tim McQuade, news. dir.; Jim Bowers, chief eng. Operation: November, Hays KAYS-TV (Channel 7) CBS, ABC (Satellite KLOE-TV Goodland, KS) KAYS Inc., Box 817, Hays, KS, Bernard Brown, sta. mgr.; Dannia Massier, chief engineer; Liz Boyer, prod. mgr. Operation: Sept., 1958; TV households: 97,000. Lawrence KMCI (Channel 38) Miller Bdcstg. Inc., 9191 Barton, Overland Park, KA (913) Monte M. Miller, pres. & gen. mgr.; Doris J. Miller, promo. mgr. Operation: February, Pittsburg KOAM-TV (Channel 7) CBS KOAM, Limited Partnership, Owned by TA Associates, Boston, MA. P.O. Box 659, Pittsburg, KS (316) Donald J. Hicks, gen. mgr.; natl. rep.: Seltel. Operation: Topeka KSNT (Channel 27) NBC SJL, Inc., P.O. Box 2700, Topeka, KS 66601(913) Perry E. Chester, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Herbert L. Brown, gen. sls. mgr.; Douglas M. Retherford, news dir. Operation: 1967; TV households: 814,

171 KTKA-TV (Channel 49) ABC Northeast Kansas Bdcst. Service, Inc., 101 S.E. Monroe, Topeka, KS (913) Joseph Brechner, pres.; Dennis Czechanski, gen. mgr.; Sandi Wilber, gen. sls. mgr.; Kevin Goodman, prom. mgr.; Bob Totten, news dir.; Gary Krohe, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: June, WIBW-TV (Channel 13) CBS Stauffer Communications, Inc., Box 119, Topeka, KS (913) John H. Stauffer, pres.; Jerry Holley, v.p., brdgt.; George Logan, gen. mgr.; Vince Frye, gen. sls. mgr.; Kent Cornish, opns. mgr./prog. dir.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: November, 1953; TV households: 514,800. Wichita KAKE-TV (Channel 10) ABC KAKE-TV, 1500 North West St., Box 10, Wichita, KS (316) Ron Collins, pres. & gen. mgr.; Dale Morrell, chief eng., Jerry Watson, v.p. and gen. sales mgr.; Jan McDaniel, exec. news dr.; Don Golledge, prog.-oper. mgr.; Mark Chamberlin, mktg. dir.; Tom McBroom, compt.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: KSAS-TV (Channel 24) Channel 24 Ltd., 316 N. West St., Wichita, KA (316) R. Alan Rudy, pres.; Dale R. Bennett, gen. mgr.; Dan Wall, gen. sls. mgr.; Tom Gdsis, prom. mgr.; Kelly Womack, prog. dir.; Mac MacShane, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: August, KSNW-TV (Channel 3) NBC (Satellites-KSNC-TV, Great Bend, KS, Ch. 2; KSNG-TV, Garden City, KS, Ch. 11; KSNK-TV, McCook, NB, Ch. 8) Kansas State Network, Inc., P.O. Box 333; 833 North Main St., Wichita, KS (316) Al Buch, gen. mgr.; Mike Hanrahan, gen. sls. mgr.; Gary Gore, Icl. sls. mgr.; Jonna Buch, creative Svcs. dir.; Marc Luedtke, opns. mgr.; Paul Fanning, prod. mgr.; natl. rep.; Katz. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 417,000. Wichita -Hutchinson KWCH-TV (Channel 12) CBS KBS, Inc., 2815 E. 37th St., North, Box 12, Wichita, KS 67219; (316) ; Studio: 1800 N. Plum St., Hutchinson, KS (316) ; Mailing address: P.O. Box 12, Wichita, KS Sandy DiPasquale, pres. & gen. mgr.; John Mileham, dir. comm. rel.; Jon Roe, news dir.; Steve Merren, gen. sls. mgr.; Jay Zacharias, chief eng.; Robert Wine, contr. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 427,400. KENTUCKY Ashland WTSF (Channel 61) Tri-State Family Bcstg., Inc., 3100 Bath Ave., Ashland, KY (606) Claude H. Messinger, gen. mgr. & chief exec. off.; Anne Bledsoe, prog. dir.; Virgil Adkins, chief eng. Operation: April, Beattyville WLJC-TV (Channel 65) North Route 11, Beattyville, KY (606) Forest Drake, pres.; Jonathan Drake, gen. mgr. & chief eng.; Debra Green, sls. mgr.; Rachel Drake, prog. dir.; Bonnie West, office mgr.; John Stone, news dir. Operation: 1982 Bowling Green WBKO (Channel 13) ABC Bluegrass Television, Inc., 2727 Russellville Rd., P.O. Box 13000, Bowling Green, KY Clyde Payne, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Neal Morrison, natl. sls. mgr.; Gene Prather, opns. mgr.; Dave Chumley, chief eng.; Mike Green, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: June, 1962; TV households: 265,600. Campbellsville WGRB (Channel 34) Green River Bcstg., Inc., Box 400, Campbellsville, KY (502) Mike Harding, gen. mgr.; Joe DeSpain, asst. mgr.; Anita Begley, bus. mgr.; Mike Graham, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Spot Time Ltd. Operation: April, Danville WDKY-TV (Channel 56) FOX WDKY License Co., 434 Interstate Ave., Lexington, KY (606) David Godbout, v.p., gen. mgr., prog. dir. & film buyer; John Maybin, gen. sls. mgr.; John Keel, prom. mgr.; Scott Wills, chief eng.; natl. rep.: MMT. Operation: February, Hazard WYMT-TV (Channel 57) CBS Kentucky Central TV, Inc., P.O. Box 1299, Hazard, KY (606) , Ralph W. Gabbard, exec. v.p.; Wayne M. Martin, sta. mgr.; E. Scott Mason, prom. mgr.; Jim Combs, chief eng. Operations: Oct., Lexington WKYT-TV (Channel 27) CBS Kentucky Central Television Inc., Box 5037, Lexington, KY 40555; Offices: 2851 Winchester Rd.; (606) Hart Hagan, pres.; Ralph Gabbard, exec. v.p.; Theodore B. Holcomb, v.p. sls.; Jere Pigue, v.p. & sta. mgr.; Barbara Carden, prog. dir. Operation: June 1967; TV households: 409,800. WLEX (Channel 18) NBC WLEX-TV, Inc., P.O. Box 1457, Russell Cave Road, Lexington, KY (606) Harry C. Barfield, pres. & gen. mgr.; John G. Atchison, secty.; Joe Oliver, v.p. & gen. sls. dir.; Paul Fast, 1cl. sls. mgr.; L. Neuzel, chief prog.; Al Scheer, v.p. & chief eng.; John Duvall, v.p. bdcst. opns.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1955; TV households in area: 585,

172 WLKT (Channel 62) FBC, Inc., 124 New Circle Rd., N.E., Lexington, KY (606) Arch S. Chapman, gen. mgr.; Steve Kesten, gen. sls. mgr.; Pamela Mitchell, prog. dir.; David Jones, promo. mgr.; Robert Kline, chief eng.; rep.: ITS. Operation: Oct. 15, Owensboro WROZ (Channel 61) Powers Communications, 1745 Old Hickory Blvd., Owensboro, KY (615) Glen Powers, pres. Operation: January, WTVQ-TV (Channel 36) ABC Shamrock Broadcasting Co., P.O. Box 5590 Lexington, KY (606) Diane Sutter, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Craig Alexander, news dir.; Jerry Fox, prog. mgr.; Jerry W. Fox, sta. mgr.; John Lackey, chief eng.; Rep.: Katz TV. Operation: 1968; TV households: 212,100. Louisville WAVE -TV (Channel 3) NBC basic Cosmos Broadcasting Corp., P.O. Box 32970, Louisville, KY 40232; 725 S. Floyd Street, Louisville, KY (502) Guy Hempel, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Steve Langford, gen. sis. mgr.; Nick Ulmer, nat'l sis. mgr.; Roger Roebuck, prgm. dir.; Bill Eschback, chief eng.; Ed Godfrey, news dir.; Mark Young, prom. dir.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: 1948; TV sets in area: 950,400. WBNA (Channel 21) Word Bdcstg. Network, Inc., 3701 Fern Valley Rd., Louisville, KY (502) Robert W. Rodgers, pres. & gen. mgr.; Steve Rayburn, sta. mgr.; Carl Piccuito, sls. mgr.; Bryan Bailey, prog. dir.; Terrell Smith, chief eng.; rep.: ITS. Operation: Apr. 2, 1986 WDRB-TV (Channel 41) Independence Television Co., Independence Square, Louisville, KY (502) Elmer F. Jaspan, pres. & gen. mgr.; Robert Hurtman, gen. sls. mgr.; Glen Cook, chief eng. Operation: WHAS-TV (Channel 11) CBS Journal Bdcstg. of Kentucky, Inc., P.O. Box 1100, Louisville, KY 40201; (502) Neil Kuvin, pres. & gen. mgr., Doug Roberts, natl. sls. mgr.; Tom Bornhauser, gen. sls. mgr.; Richard Sweeney, prog. dir.; Bill Bratton, dir. eng.; nat'l rep., Harrington, Righter and Parsons, Inc. Operation: 1950; TV sets in area: 912,000. WLKY-TV (Channel 32) ABC Pulitzer Broadcasting Co., 1918 Mellwood Ave., P.O. Box 6205, Louisville, KY (502) Lyn P. Stoyer, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jim Oetken, gen. sls. mgr.; Jack Shafer, prog. dir.; Andy Barton, news dir.; Paul Kelley, chief eng.; Lora Bradshaw, community affairs dir. Operation: September, 1961; households: 610,900. Madisonville WLCN (Channel 19) Life Anew Ministries, Inc., Box 1087, 721 Princeton Pike, Madisonville, KY 42431; (502) John Stalls, pres.; John Price, v.p. Operation: September, Paducah WPSD-TV (Channel 6) NBC Paducah Newspapers, Inc., P.O. Box 1197, 100 Television Lane, Paducah, KY (502) Fred Paxton, pres. & mgring dir.; John Williams, gen. mgr.; nat'l rep., Blair. Operation: 1957; TV sets in area: 325,000. LOUISIANA Alexandria KALB -TV (Channel 5) NBC Lanford Telecasting Co., Inc., Washington St., Alexandria, LA (318) Robert E. Miller, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Lesly Golmon, asst. gen. mgr. & gen. sis. mgr.; Berton Chaudoir, nat'l & regl. sis. mgr.; Dowell Bushnell, sis. mgr.; Tom Webb, news dir.; Jimmy Fox, mgr. creative svcs.; nat'l rep.: The Katz Agency. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area; 507,900. KLAX-TV (Channel 31) Pollack-Belz Communications Co., Inc., 1811 England Dr., Alexandria, LA (318) Gary F. Halleland, gen. mgr.; Duane Dargis, gen. sls. mgr.; Darrel Jordan, chief eng. Operation: Baton Rouge WAFB-TV (Channel 9) CBS American Family Bdcstg., 844 Government St., Baton Rouge, LA Ronald E. Winders, v.p. & gen. mgr.; David Ward, asst. gen. mgr.; Ed Lamy, prog. dir.; Ray Sullivan, gen. sls. mgr.; Andree Boyd, promo. dir.; Carlton Cremeens, news dir.; Steve Schneider, sports dir.; Bill Comeaux, chief eng.; Ronnie Melancon, prod. mgr. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 460,000. WBRZ (Channel 2) ABC Louisiana Television Broadcasting Corp., P.O. Box 2906, Baton Rouge, LA 70821; (504) Douglas L. Manship, pres.; Charles Manship, treas.; Richard Manship, secty. & gen. mgr.; Pat Cheramie, asst. gen. mgr.; Denise Akers, mktg. dir.; Barbara Bree Shab, prog. dir.; William R. Yordy, dir. eng.; Raymond Drago, prod. mgr.; Kim Kirkendoll, bus. mgr.; Gus Luckett, finance mgr.; Fred Reno, sis. dir.; James Daboval III, nat'l regni., sis. mgr.; John Spain, news dir.; Jamie Politz, personnel dir.; nat'l rep.: Blair Television. Operation: 1955; TV HH TSA; 775,900; TV HH 258,600. WVLA (Channel 33) NBC WVLA Television, Inc., P.O. Box 14685, Baton Rouge, LA (504) Cyril E. Vetter, pres. & sta. mgr.; Bill Hathorn, gen. sis. mgr. Operation:

173 Lafayette KADN (Channel 15) KADN Broadcasting, Inc., 1506 Eraste Landry Rd., Lafayette, LA (318) Charles Chatelain, gen. mgr.; Eddie Blanchard, prog. dir.; Clark White, gen. sls. mgr.; Dave Pierce, sls. mgr.; Keith Towndsin, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: ITS. Operation: KATC (Channel 3) ABC KATC Associates, Box 93133, Lafayette, LA (318) Paul Cassidy, gen. mgr. & film buyer; Judi Henderson, prog. coord.; Karen Granata, promo. mgr.; Bill Rumsey, chief eng.; rep.: Katz. Operation: 1962; TV households: 357,600. KLFY-TV (Channel 10) CBS Young Broadcasting of Louisiana, Box 90665, Lafayette, LA (318) Ron Kwasnick, pres.; Joe Varholy, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Terry Dover, op. mgr.; Dave Hebert, chief eng.; nat'i rep.: Adam Young. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 321,000. Lake Charles KPLC-TV (Channel 7) NBC Cosmos Bcstg. Corp., 320 Division St., P.O. Box 1488, Lake Charles, LA (318) Jim Serra, gen. sls. mgr.; Ron Blansett, chief eng.; Ron Loewen, v.p.-gen. mgr.; James Smith, news dir.; Jim Brandenburg, opns. dir.; Paula Dupuis, mktg. mgr.; Robin Daugereau, prog. co-ord.; Peter Hemphill, creative svcs. dir. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 76,500. KVHP (Channel 29) KVHP-TV, Partners, 129 W. Prien Lake Rd., Lake Charles, LA 70601; (318) Gary D. Hardesty, pres.; Ken Smith, gen. mgr.; Jeff Pryor, opns. mgr.; Cathy High, bus. mgr.; Bill Leber, news dir.; natl. rep.: ITS. Operation: December, Monroe KARD (Channel 14) ABC Woods Communications Group, Inc., 701 Parkwood Dr., West Monroe, LA (318) Charles Woods, pres.; Gwen Kidd, gen. mgr.; Rodney Evans, chief eng. Operation: August, 1967; TV households: 182,600. KNOE-TV (Channel 8) CBS Noe Enterprises Inc., 1400 Oliver Rd., P.O. Box 4067, Monroe, LA (318) James A. Noe, Jr., pres. & gen. mgr.; Dick French, gen. mgr. & natl. sls. mgr.; Jack McCall, prog. dir.; Raymond Boyd, dir. of eng.; Lloyd Voorhees, mgr. regional/local sls. mgr.; Ansel Smith, ops. mgr.; rep.: Blair. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 800,000. KTVE (Channel 10) NBC (A Gray Communications System Station) KTVE, Inc., 400 West Main, El Dorado, AR (318) ; 2909 Kilpatrick Blvd., Monroe, LA. Jim Gray, Jr., v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mike Caruso, chief eng.; David Brown, reg. sls. mgr.; Fran Rogers, nat'l sls. mgr.; Helen Johnson, prog. dir.; rep.: Katz. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 298,200. New Orleans WDSU-TV (Channel 6) NBC Cosmos Broadcasting Corp., 520 Royal St., New Orleans, LA (504) Jim Keelor, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Tano Compagno, prod. dir.; Anne Coleman, sta.-pgm. dir.; Mike Kibbey, gen. sls. mgr.; Mary McCarthy, news dir.; Linda Nix, adv.-mktg. dir.; Steve Mohammed, bus. mgr.; Bill Laughlin, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: HRP. WGNO-TV (Channel 26) IND Tribune Broadcasting Co., 2800 World Trade Center, 2 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70130; (504) James Dowdle, pres.; Robert Gremillion, sta. mgr.; Randy Davis, chief eng.; sales rep.: Telerep. Operation: 1967; TV households: 657,600. WNOL-TV (Channel 38) TVX of New Orleans, 1661 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70112; (504) John Binder, pres.; Madelyn Mix Bonnot, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Cheryl Faust, gen. sls. mgr.; nat'i rep.: Seltel Operation: March, WVUE-TV (Channel 8) ABC Burnham Bdcstg. Co., 1025 S. Jefferson Davis Pkwy., New Orleans, LA (504) ; TWX Phil Nye, pres. & gen. mgr.; Ron Jones, gen. sls. mgr.; Greg Buisson, mktg. dir.; Kevin Brennan, news dir.; nat'i rep.: Petry. Operation: 1959: TV sets in area: 2,000,000. WWL-TV (Channel 4) CBS Loyola University, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA J. Michael Early, v.p. & gen. mgr.-prog. dir.; Jerrold Whaley, gen. sls. mgr.; Everett Bonner, natl. sls. mgr.; Ms. Jimmie Phillips, Icl. sls. mgr.; Joe Duke, news dir.; Phil Johnson, asst. gen. mgr.; nat'i rep.: Katz TV. Operation: September, 1957; TV households: 684,000. Shreveport KMSS-TV (Channel 33) SWMM/Shreveport Corp., Box 30033, Shreveport, LA (318) Arthur A. Lanham, gen. mgr.-v.p.; Susan K. Newman, gen. sls. mgr.; Douglas Ginn, prog. dir.; Richard Logan, chief eng.; Phyliss Phillips, bus. dir. Operation: October, KSLA-TV (Channel 12) CBS basic Viacom Bdcst., Inc., P.O. Box 4812, Shreveport, LA (318) Allen Cartwright, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bill Womble, promo. dicyjerry Black, Icl. sls. mgr. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 743,000. KTAL-TV (Channel 6) NBC KTAL-TV, Inc., 3150 No. Market St., Shreveport, LA (318) Texas: 3227 Summerhill Rd., Texarkana; (214)

174 W. E. Hussman, pres.; H. Lee Bryant, v.p. for bdcst'.; Doug Yoder, nat'l sls. mgr.; Kenny Gardner, sta. mgr.; Jean Byrd, prog. dir.; George Tracy, dir. of eng. Operation: 1953;'FV sets in area: 490,900. KTBS-TV (Channel 3) ABC KTBS, Inc., 312 E. Kings Highway, Shreveport, LA Edwin Wray, pres. & gen. mgr.; George D. Wray, Jr., v.p.; Charles W. Wray, bd. chm. & secy-treas.; Don Wieget, promo. mgr.; Marvin L. Perry, Jr., prog. dir.; Dave Hendricks, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz Agency. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 745,200. MAINE Bangor WABI-TV (Channel 5) CBS Community Broadcasting Service, 36 Hildreth St., Bangor, ME (207) George J. Gonyar, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Dale Carter, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 140,000. WLBZ-TV (Channel 2) NBC WLBZ Television, Inc., Box 934, Mt. Hope Ave., Bangor, ME (207) Fred Thompson, pres.; Bruce McGorrill, exec. v.p.; Margo Cobb, v.p./gen. mgr.; J. Hopkins, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz Agency. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 125,000. WVII-TV (Channel 7) ABC Bangor Communications, Inc., 371 Target Industrial Circle, Bangor, ME (207) Barbara J. Cyr, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Michele Slater, Icl./ Canadian sls. mgr.; Gary Kasparek, prod. mgr.; Tim Gaier, news dir.; Judy Vardamis, prog. dir., nat'l sls. mgr.; rep.: Seltel. Operation: 1965, TV households: 220,000. Poland Spring WMTW-TV (Channel 8) WMTW-TV, a division of Harron Communications Corp., Inc., Auburn, ME 04210; (207) Sales dept., Portland; (207) Paul Harron, pres.; Al Ritter, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bernie Aiello, sta. mgr.; Richard Cushman, chief eng.; nat'l rep.; Petry. Operation: Portland WCSH-TV (Channel 6) NBC Maine Radio and TV Co., One Congress Square, Portland, ME 04101; (207) Bruce McGorill, exec. v.p.; Lew Colby, v.p. & gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz Agency. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 210,000. WGME-TV (Channel 13) CBS Guy Gannett Broadcasting Services, Northport Plaza, Portland, ME (207) Jean Gannett Hawley, pres.; Robert L. Gilbertson, exec. v.p.; David King, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Fred Desjardins, chief eng.; Jerry Senger, treas. nat'l rep., Blair TV assoc. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 288,000. WPXT (Channel 51) FOX Portland Bdcstg., Inc., 2320 Congress St., Portland, ME Josh McGraw, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Tony Palminteri, gen. sls. mgr.; Jennifer Dennison, prog. dir.; Doreen Morgan, prom. mgr.; Mark Beck, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Seltel. Operation: September, Presque Isle WAGM-TV (Channel 8) NEPSK, Inc., P.O. Box 1149, Presque Isle, ME (207) Thom Shelburne III, pres.; Norm Johnson, v.p. & gen. mgr. Operation: MARYLAND Baltimore WBAL-TV (Channel 11) CBS The Hearst Corp., 3800 Hooper Ave., Baltimore, MD (301) John C. Conomikes, v.p. & gen. mgr., Hearst Broadcasting Stations; Malcolm D. Potter, v.p. & gen. mgr., WBAL-TV; Jack Gilmore, v.p. sls.; Kristin Long, nat'l sls. mgr.; David Elmore, 1cl. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: March, 1948; TV households: 2,613,200. WBFF (Channel 45) Chesapeake TV Inc., 3500 Parkdale Ave., Baltimore, MD (301) Julian S. Smith, bd. chm.; Robert Simmons, pres.; Bruce Lumpkin, gen. mgr. & gen. sls. mgr.; Kim Laxton, nat'l sls. mgr.; Robert Smith, prog. mgr.; Mike Schroeder, promo. mgr.; Dwight Weems, prod. mgr.; Sharon Christopher Wylie, public affairs mgr.; Dennis Winters, chief eng. Operation: WHSW-TV (Channel 24) Silver King Bdcstg. of MD, Inc., 4820 Seton Dr., Baltimore, MD (301) Ken Becker, v.p. & sta. mgr., Barbara Brown, sls. mgr.; Brad Foltyn, prog. dir.; Sue Gallion, traffic mgr.; Jim Vest, chief eng. Operation: December, WJZ-TV (Channel 13) ABC Westinghouse Broadcasting Co., Inc., 3725 Malden Ave., Baltimore, MD (301) Burt Staniar, pres. & CEO; Jonathan Klein, v.p.-gen. mgr.; Philip Arrington, creative svcs. mgr.; Michael Easterling, prog. mgr.; Dana Fitzgerald, gen. sls. mgr.; Robert Ross, chief eng.; Natalea Brown, news dir.; Robert Cucuruto, controller. Operation: 1948; TV sets in area: 2,653,500. WMAR-TV (Channel 2) NBC WMAR, Inc., 6400 York Road, Baltimore, MD (301) Arnold J. Kleiner, pres. & gen. mgr.; Joseph Bruno, v.p. eng.; Emily L. Barr, dir. bdcst. opns.; Gary Wordlaw, dir. news; Howard Zeiden, v.p. sls. Operation: 1947; TV sets in area: 2,390,600. WNUV-TV (Channel 54) WNUV-TV 54, Druid Park Dr., Baltimore, MD (301)

175 Gary Marshall, pres. & gen. mgr.; Dale Snyder, prog. dir. & film buyer; Paul Garnet, chief eng. Operation: July, v.p. news; Burt Peretsky, pub. rel. mgr.; Edward Aaronson, dir. promos.; Donna Latson-Gittens, v.p. comm. prog. Operation: Hagerstown WHAG-TV Williams Communications, Inc., 13 East Washington Street, Hagerstown, MD (301) Alexander Williams, pres.; Hugh J. Breslin HI, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Chuck Noland, prog. dir.; rep.: Katz. Operation: WJAL (Channel 68) Good Companion Bdcstg. Co., Box 219, 11 N. Carlisle St., Greencastle, PA (717) Louise J. Castriota, v.p., gen. mgr. & prog. dir.; Jack Hogue, promo. mgr.; Jerry Foreman, chief eng.; rep.: Landin Media Sales. Operation: May 5, Salisbury WBOC-TV (Channel 16) CBS WBOC-TV, Inc., N. Salisbury Blvd., Salisbury, MD 21801; (301) Thomas Draper, pres.; William Kenton, gen. mgr.; Carol Hess, prog. dir.; Robert Getz, gen. sls. mgr.; Sally Cannon, news dir.; Vincent Donovan, chief eng.; rep.: Katz Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 139,150. WMDT (Channel 47) ABC, NBC Delmarva Broadcast Svc. Genl. Partnership, P.O. Box 4009, Salisbury, MD 21801; (301) Frank Pilgrim, gen. mgr.; Rich Dipilla, reg. & nat'l sls. mgr.; Susan Kelly, Icl. sls. mgr.; Clay Spurrier, chief eng.; Ray Carter, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: MASSACHUSETTS Adams -Pittsfield WCDC (Channel 19) ABC (Satellite of WTEN, Albany, NY) Knight-Ridder Broadcasting, Inc. 341 Northern Blvd., Albany, NY (518) Dow C. Smith, gen. mgr.; John Hirsch, gen. sls. mgr.; Robert Peterson, prog. dir.; James Holland, news dir. Boston WBZ TV (Channel 4) NBC Westinghouse Broadcasting Co., Inc., 1170 Soldiers Field Road, Boston, MA (617) John]. Spinola, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Tony Vinciguerra, gen. sls. mgr.; Stan Hopkins, news dir.; George St. Andre, dir. of eng.; Barry Schulman, prog. mgr.; Eric Goldstein, creative services dir.; Kim Harbin, pub. comm. dir.; Algar Cox, human resources mgr.; Bob Houghton, cont.; Bob Hayes, sls. svc. dir.; Bill Ferrick, commercial ops. mgr. Operation: 1948; TV sets in area: 2,700,000. WCVB-TV (Channel 5) ABC The Hearst Corp., 5 TV Place, Needham, MA S. James Coppersmith, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Deborah Sinay, v.p., gen. sls. mgr.; Paul La Camera, v.p. & sta. mgr.; Philip Balboni, WFXT TV (Channel 25) Fox Fox TV Stations, Inc., 100 Second Ave., Needham Heights, MA (617) Joe R. Robinowitz, gen. mgr.; David D. Leahy, gen. sls. mgr.; Arthur Carr, natl. sls. mgr.; Peter Hennessey Icl. sls. mgr.; Richard D. Beach, prog. dir.; Gayton Masters, promo. mgr.; Dennis Correia, chief eng. Operation: WNEV-TV (Channel 7) CBS New England TV Corp., 7 Bulfinch Pl., Government Center, Boston, MA (617) Seymour Yanoff, pres.; Vic Lai, v.p.-admin. fin.; Mike Wach, v.p. sls.; Bruce Marson, v.p. prog.; Jennifer Gillespie, dir. p.r.; Jim Thistle, v.p. news; Jackie Comeau, v.p. rsch; Richard Weisberg, v.p.-mktg. & creative svcs.; Karl Renwanz, v.p.-eng.; nat'l rep.: Telerep. Operation: June, 1948; homes in area: 2,034,200. WQTV (Channel 68) Monitor TV, Inc., 1660 Soldiers Field Rd., Boston, MA (617) David E. Morse, pres. & gen. mgr.; Jonathan A. Hunt, exec. v.p. & CEO; William Spitzer, sta. mgr.; Ray York, Icl. sls. mgr.; James Dunford, promo. mgr.; David Folsom, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: ITS Operation: January, WSBK-TV (Channel 38) WSBK-TV, Gillett Communications of Boston, 83 Leo Birmingham Pkwy, Brighton, MA (617) Daniel J. Berkery, pres. & gen. mgr.; Stuart P. Tauber, asst. gen. mgr.; Victoria Kendall, creative svcs. dir.; Viorginia C. Jones, controller; John Anderson, dir. sls. devel.; Francis Comerford, natl. sls. mgr.; Thomas Warner, Icl. sls. mgr.; James McCarthy, chief eng. Operation: Boston -Cambridge WLVI-TV (Channel 56) Gannett Massachusetts Broadcasting, Ind., 75 Morrissey Bldg., Boston, MA (617) Gerald R. Walsh, pres. & gen. mgr.; Bill Butler, prog. mgr.; Peter Schruth, gen. sls. mgr.; Denis Dowdle, natl. sls. mgr.; Bob McCaughey, Icl. sls. mgr.; Ron Becker, v.p. news & opns.; Mike Izor, cont.; Barbara Behtea, prod. mgr.; Natalie McIver, news & pub. affairs mgr. Operation: Lawrence WMFP (Channel 62) MFP, Inc., One Parker St., Lawrence, MA (617) Avi Nelson, pres. Operation: Oct. 16, Marlborough WHSH (Channel 66) Silver King. Bcstg. of Mass., 111 Speen St., Framingham, MA (617)

176 Merrill Buchhalter, gen. mgr.; David O'Leary, prog. dir.; Charles Fitch, chief eng. Operation: March, Springfield -Holyoke WGGB-TV (Channel 40) ABC The WHYN Stations Corp., 1300 Liberty Street, Springfield, MA (413) Clifford Lefkovich, gen. mgr.; Dick Wylie, nati sls. mgr.; Rep.: Katz Agency. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 1,213,500. WWLP (Channel 22) NBC Adams 'IV of Springfield, Inc., Box 2210, Springfield, MA (411) William M. Pepin, pres., gen. mgr.; Constance O'Brien, bus. mgr.; E. Holland Low, v.p., nat'l sls.; Daniel T. Sullivan, Jr., v.p., Icl. sls. mgr.; Max Marek, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 714,900. Vineyard Haven WCVX-TV (Channel 58) 29 Bassett Lane, Hyannis, MA (617) Daniel Carney, gen. mgr.; Fred Lungo, pgm. dir.; Ben Emery, gen. sls. mgr.; Greg Bush, news dir.; Don Moore, chief eng. Operation: July, Worcester WHLL-TV (Channel 27) Central Mass. TV, Inc., 27 Parker Rd., Shewsbury, MA Michael Volpe, gen. mgr.; Michael Nurse, gen. sls. mgr.; Jim Barnett, prod. mgr.; Cathy Lane, traffic mgr.; Lynne Mac- Namme, news dir.; Fran Vaccan, chief eng. Operation: 1970; TV households: 2,037,700. MICHIGAN Alpena-Oscoda WBKB-TV (Channel 11) CBS Thunder Bay Broadcasting Co., 1390 Bagley St., Alpena, MI (517) Stephen A. Marks, pres. & gen. mgr.; Daniel H. Springer, news dir.; Michael Campbell, prod. mgr.; Mark Nowak, chief eng.; Jodie Bryant, prog. dir. Operation: Ann Arbor WIHT (Channel 31) Blackstar Communications of Michigan, Inc., 3975 Varsity Dr., Ann Arbor, MI (313) Christopher Webb, gen. mgr. & gen. sls. mgr.; Robert Thompson, chief eng. Operation: Battle Creek -Kalamazoo WUHQ-TV (Channel 41) ABC Channel 41, Inc., 5200 West Dickman Road, Battle Creek, MI (616) John W. Lawrence, pres.; William J. Lawrence, Jr., bd. chmn.; Jerry Colvin, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Phil Hartman, prog. & prom. mgr.; Michael J. Laemers, chief eng. & ops. mgr.; Denny Monroe, controller; Brett Bowers, film dir. Operation: 1971; Receivers in area: 938,000. Bay City -Saginaw WNEM-TV (Channel 5) NBC WNEM-Television; Broadcasting div./meredith Corp.; Offices and studios, 107 N. Franklin, Saginaw, MI (517) Sales office & studio: G-3426 Miller Road, Flint, MI (313) Paul Virciglio, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bill Avery, prog. dir.; Paula Morrissey, gen. sls. mgr.; Greg Surma, chief eng.; Bruce Whiteaker, news dir.; nat'l rep.: MMT Sales, Inc. Operation: 1954; TV households in area: 433,300. Cadillac WWTV (Channel 9) CBS Wilson Communications, Inc. P.O. Box 627; Cadillac, MI (616) Ralph C. Wilson, Jr., chmn.; William R. Hirshey, pres.; J.A. Skip Simms, v.p. & gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: Jan. 1, 1954; TV sets in area: 1,234,200. Cheboygan WPBN-TV & WTOM-TV NBC WPBN-TV & WTOM-TV, Inc., Box 546, Traverse City, MI (616) Frank L. Beam, pres.; Peter S. Good, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Chuck O'Connor, natl. sls. mgr.; Leon Bush, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: Detroit WDIV-TV (Channel 4) NBC Post -Newsweek Station, Michigan, Inc. 550 Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, MI (313) Alan W. Frank, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Robert Warfield, v.p. news & dir. bdcst. opns. Operation: 1947; TV sets in area; U.S. total survey area: 3,324,00, total coverage area (inc. Canada): 3,525,000. WGPR-TV (Channel 62) WGPR, Inc., E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, MI (313) George Mathews, pres. & gen. mgr.; James W. Panagos, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr.; Joe Spencer, prog. dir.; Ulysses W. Boykin, v.p. public affairs. Operation: WJBK-TV (Channel 2) CBS Gillett Communications of Detroit, Inc., Box 2000, Southfield, MI (313) Steven R. Antoniotti, pres. & gen. mgr.; Spencer Koch, sta. mgr. & v.p., sls. Operation: 1948; TV sets in area: 2,034,000. WKBD-TV (Channel 50) FOX Cox Communications, P.O. Box 50, Southfield, MI (313) Duane Kell, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Ellen Bramson, gen. sls. mgr.; Paul Prange, prog. mgr.; G. R. Fitzgerald, business mgr.; David Jerrell, dir. of opns.; Toby Cunningham. prod. mgr. Operation:

177 WXON-TV (Channel 20) Franklin Rd., Suite 708, Detroit, MI (313) Aben E. Johnson Jr., pres.; Doug Johnson, v.p., gen. mgr. & prog. dir.; A.J. Schweizer, opns., mgr.; Gary King, chief eng.; Melanie Churell, news dir.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: September, WXYZ-TV (Channel 7) ABC WXYZ, Inc., Broadcast House, W. Ten Mile Rd., Southfield, MI (313) Thomas C. Griesdorn, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Grace Gilchrist, gen. sls. mgr.; Robert Sliva, natl. sls. mgr.; Joseph Trondle, Icl. sls. mgr.; Mimmi Mathis, dir. prog. devel. & adv.; Marla Drutz, dir. prog. acq. & mktg.; Jan Qualtiere, bus. mgr.; Wallace Rodammer chief eng. natl. rep.: Katz. Operation: 1948; TV sets in area: 1,823,423. Detroit -Windsor (Canada) CBET (Channel 9) CBC Canadian Bdg. Corp., 825 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, Ont. N9A 5K9 (519) Bruce Taylor, dir. of TV; Fred Stecher, mgr. TV opns.; R. Kryger, mgr., TV tech. svcs.; J. Molnar, communications. Operation; Escanaba WJMN-TV (Channel 3) ABC (Satellite of WFRV-TV, Green Bay, WI) WFRV Inc., P.O. Box 19055, Green Bay, WI Rep.: Telerep. Operation: Flint WJRT-TV (Channel 12) ABC SJL Corp. of Kansas, 2302 Lapeer Rd., Flint MI (313) P. Thomas Bryson, pres. & gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.; HRP. Operation: 1958; TV households in area: 1,156,700. Grand Rapids WOTV-TV (Channel 8) NBC basic Lin Central Broadcasting Corp., 120 College Ave., P.O. Box B, Grand Rapids, MI 49502; (616) Bob Groothand, pres. & gen. mgr.; Lil Clary-Welti, bus. mgr.; Jim Thomas, prom. mgr.; Donald P. Gallagher, chief eng.; Sue McDonnell, gen. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1951; TV sets in area: 532,500. WXMI-TV (Channel 17) 3117 Plaza Drive, N.E., Grand Rapids, MI 49505; (616) Pat Mullen, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Richard]. Stawicki, opns. dir.; Judy Kenney, sls. dir.; Mark Krause, prog. mgr.; Bonnie Hunter, dir. of off.; Pam Swenk, prom. mgr.; Cheryl Adams, news; Dale Scholten, dir. of eng.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: March, WZZM (Channel 13) ABC Western Michigan Bdcstg. Corp., P.O. Box Z, 645 Three Mile Rd., N.W., Grand Rapids, MI Jack Mazzie, v.p.-gen. mgr.; Michael Seagly, prog.-opns. mgr.; Buss Kunst, gen. sls. mgr; Tim Siegel, nat'l sls. mgr.; Dale Wolters, chief eng. Kalamazoo WWMT (Channel 3) CBS Busse Bcstg., Corp., 590 W. Maple St., Kalamazoo, MI (616) Larry Busse, pres. & gen. mgr.; Gil Breitner, sta. mgr.; Michael Brunette, gen. sls. mgr.; Phil Parsons, promo. mgr.; James Steffey, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: MMT Operation: 1950; TV sets in area: 932,000. Lansing WLAJ-TV (Channel 53) Chase TV Corp., 600 W. Cavanaugh, Rd., Lansing, MI (517) R. Charles McLravy, pres. Operation: January, WLNS-TV (Channel 6) CBS Young Bdcstg., Inc., 2820 E. Saginaw, Lansing, MI (517) Ronald Kwasnick, pres.; Grant Santimore, gen. mgr.; Robert E. Sene, gen. sls. mgr.; Dennis R. Selenka, corp. controller; Carl Onken, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Adam Young. Operation: 1950; TV homes in area: 1,063,100. WSYM-TV (Channel 47) 600 West St. Joseph St., Lansing, MI (517) Pete Bannister, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bill Shipley, opns. mgr.; Larry Estlack, chief eng.; rep.: MMT Sales. Operation: December, Lansing -Onondaga WILX-TV (Channel 10) NBC Adams TV of Lansing, Inc., P.O. Box 30380, Lansing, MI (517) Bill Snider, pres. & gen. mgr.; Roger Brandt, Icl. sls. mgr.; Steve Danowski, gen. mgr.; Sandy Rushton, v.p. & natl. sls. mgr.; Pamela Bobzien, v.p., finance; Nancie Gee, prog. dir.; Dan Tambellini, news dir.; Ray Pernot, chief eng.; nail rep: Blair. Operation: Marquette WLUC-TV (Channel 6) CBS, NBC Federal Bdcstg. Co., P.O. Box 460, Marquette, MI James Kizer, gen. mgr.; Brad Vansluyters, gen. sls. mgr.; Kim Parker, prog. mgr.; Jack Truitt, chief eng.; Kim Parker, promo. mgr.; Ed Kearney, news dir.; Dale Hemmila, assign. mgr.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: Saginaw -Bay City WEYI-TV (Channel 25) CBS WEYI, Inc., 2225 W. Willard Rd., Clio, MI (517) Robert A. Epstein, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bill Beckwith, natl. sls. mgr.; Lynda Peterson, 1cl. & reg. sls. mgr.; Jon L. Bengtson, prog. dir.; Don Westherup, promo. mgr.; Mike Hamilton, news dir. Operation:

178 Sault Ste. Marie WGTQ (Channel 8) ABC 201 East Front St., Traverse City, MI Jerry K. Moore, v.p. & gen. mgr. Operation: 1982 WWUP-TV (Channel 10) CBS Wilson Communications, Inc., Box 627, Cadillac, MI Personnel: See WWTV, Cadillac. Operation: Traverse City WGTU (Channel 29) WGTQ (Channel 8) ABC Adams Communication Corp., 201 E. Front St., Traverse City, MI 49684; (616) Jerry K. Moore, v.p. & sta. mgr.; Nancy M. Sundstrom, prog. dir. Operation: WPBN-TV (Channel 7) NBC WPBN-TV, Inc., P.O. Box 546, Traverse City, MI (616) Frank Beam, pres.; Peter S. Good, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Leon Bush, chief eng. Operation: MINNESOTA Alexandria KCCO-TV (Channel 7) CBS KCCO Television, Inc., 720 Hawthorne St., Alexandria, MN (612) Vern Muzik, sta. mgr.; John Ginther, sls. mgr.; Wayne Quernemoen, chief eng.; rep.: Seltel; Ramsland (MN) Operation: KSAX (Channel 42) ABC KSAX-TV, Inc., 415 Fillmore Ave., Alexandria, MN (612) Robert R. Regalbuto, pres.; Michael Burgess, sta. mgr.; Dave Taylor, news dir.; Rex Nielson, chief eng.; rep.: Petry. Operation: Sept. 15, Austin KAAL-TV (Channel 6) ABC MDM, Inc., P.O. Box 577, Austin, MN (507) Clark Cipra, pres. & gen. mgr.; Janet Anderson, prog. dir.; Jerald Jones, v.p./eng.; Dennis Fisher, news dir.; Greg Grimley, prod. mgr. Duluth -Superior (WI) KBJR-TV (Channel 6) NBC RJR Communications, Inc., KBJR Building, Duluth MN (218) F. Robert Kalthoff, pres. & gen. mgr.; Steven Rich, prog. dir.; Steve Bolf, sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz Agency. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 336,500. KDLH-TV (Channel 3) CBS Benedek Broadcasting of Minnesota, Inc., 425 West Superior St., Duluth, MN (218) John LaForge, gen. mgr.; Steve Hasskamp, chief eng.; Stu Lunsford, dir. sls.; James Cuzzo, prog. dir.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 326,090. WDIO-TV (Channel 10) ABC Channel 10, Inc., 10 Observation Road, Duluth, MN (218) Robert Regalbutor, pres. & gen. mgr.; George Couture, sta. mgr.; Dave Poirier, prog. mgr.; George W. Woody, chief eng.; Joel Anderson, news dir.; Lucy Reichert, promo. mgr. Operation: Hibbing WIRT (Channel 13) ABC Channel 10, Inc., 10 Observation Rd., Duluth, MN (218) Satellite of WDIO-TV, Duluth. Operation: Mankato KEYC-TV (Channel 12) CBS United Communications, Corp., P.O. Box 128, Mankato, MN (507) Howard J. Brown, pres.; Dennis Wahlstrom, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Eugene W. Schulte, v.p.-secty.-treas. Operation: October, 1960; TV households: 202,200. Minneapolis -St. Paul KARE -TV (Channel 11) 8811 Olson Memorial Hwy., Minneapolis, MN (612) Joseph H. Franzgrote, pres. & gen. mgr.; Elliot Bass, gen. sls. mgr.; Lou Morline, 1cl. sls. mgr.; Michael Hanrahan, nat'l sls. mgr.; Steven Thaxton, promo. mgr.; Tom Kirby, news dir.; Hillis Aldrich, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1965; TV homes in area: 1,766,100. KITN (Channel 29) 7325 Aspen Lane N., Minneapolis, MN (612) Gail L. Brekke, gen. mgr.; Marty Sokoler, gen. sls. mgr.; Dale Palecek, prog. mgr.; Mark Gray, promo. mgr.; Don Kirby, chief eng.; nail rep.: MMT. Operation: October, KMSP-TV (Channel 9) United Television, Inc York Ave. So., Minneapolis, MN (612) Evan Thompson, pres.; Stuart Swartz, sta. mgr.; Roger Werner, gen. sls. mgr.; Joe Carney, op. mgr.; Penny Parrish, news dir.; Darold Arvidson, dir. of eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 1,838,700. KSTP-TV (Channel 5) ABC Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc., 3415 University Ave., Minneapolis, MN (612) Robert Regalbuto, pres. & gen. mgr.; John Degan, sta. mgr.; Karl Gersheimer, dir. sls.; nat'l rep.: Petry Television, Inc. Operation: KTMA-TV (Channel 23) KTMA Acquisition Corp., 2505 N.E. Kennedy St., Minneapolis, MN (612) Donald O'Connor, pres. & gen. mgr.; Mary O'Neill, prom. 493

179 dir.; James Clark, gen. sls. mgr.; Carolyn Greene, natl. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: September, WCCO-TV (Channel 4) CBS 90 South 11th St., Minneapolis, MN (612) Ron Handberg, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bob McGann, v.p. & sta. mgr.; Greg Keck, bus. mgr.; Reid Johnson, dir. news; Mary Danielski, dir. adv. & promo.; nat'l rep.: Tèlerep. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area 1,199,800. Redwood Falls KRWF (Channel 43) ABC KSAX-TV, Inc., 3415 University Ave., St. Paul, MN (612) Robert R. Regalbuto, pres.; rep.: Petry. Operation: Apr. 14, Rochester KTTC-TV (Channel 10) NBC KTTC Television, Inc., 601 First Ave., S.W., Rochester, MN John Leifheit, v.p. & gen. mgr.; John Wade, sls. mgr.; Ronald E. Gruber, op. mgr.; C. H. Sanders, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: July, 1953; TV households: 363,300. Thief River Falls KBRR (Channel 10) FOX Red River Bdcstg. Group, th Ave., S.W., Fargo, ND (701) Myron!Curtin, pres.; Jane Boler, gen. mgr.; Greg Baldwin, gen. sls. mgr.; Kent Lien, prog. dir. & film buyer; Gary Goodrich, opns. mgr. & promo. mgr.; Tim Anderson, chief eng.; rep.: ITS. Operation: July, Walker KCCW-TV (Channel 12) CBS KCCO Television, Inc., P.O. Box 1149, 720 Hawthorne St., Alexandria, MN (Satellite to KCCO). Vern Muzik, sta. mgr.; Wayne Quememoen, chief eng.; John Froyd, news dir. Operation: MISSISSIPPI Biloxi -Gulfport -Pascagoula WLOX-TV (Channel 13) ABC WLOX Television, Inc., Box 4596, Biloxi, MS (601) John Hash, pres.; Leon Long, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Don Moore, v.p. & opns. mgr.; rep.: Blair Operation; 1962; TV households: 369,100. Columbus WCBI-TV (Channel 4) CBS Columbus Television, Inc., owner, P.O. Box 271, Columbus, MS (601) Frank Imes, gen. mgr.; Brett Smith, prod. mgr.; Bill Doss, chief eng.; Vallory Williamson, prog. dir.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: 1956; TV sets in area: 237,200. Greenville WXVT (Channel 15) CBS Big River Broadcasting Co., 3015 E. Reed Rd., Greenville, MS (601) Marshall Noecker, pres.; Joe Macione, Jr., v.p. & gen. mgr.; Peter Sparks, chief eng. Operation: Greenwood WABG-TV (Channel 6) ABC Mississippi Telecasting Co., Inc., P.O. Box 1243, Greenville, MS (601) Cy N. Bahakel, pres.; John Rogers, gen. mgr.; Glenn York, opns. mgr.; Janet Ferguson, off. mgr.; Mike Seiler, gen. sls. mgr.; Jeff Piselli, news dir.; Brad LeBrun, chief eng.; Gene Dent, prog. & promo. dir. Operation: 1959; TV households: 336,700. Gulfport WXXV-TV (Channel 25) Four -O of Gulfport, Inc., Hwy. 49, P.O. Box 2500, Gulfport, MS 39505; (601) David C. Hopper, gen. mgr.; Terry Smith, cheif eng. Operation: January, Hattiesburg WHLT (Channel 22) Broadcasters of Mississippi, 990 Hardy St., Hattiesburg, MS (601) John MacGregor, pres.; Ben R. Strickland, gen. mgr.; Doug Johnson, news dir.; Buck Joston, chief eng.; rep.: Petry. Operation: Jan. 12, Jackson WAPT (Channel 16) ABC Magnolia Broadcasting Corp., Box 10297, Jackson, MS (601) Robert Price, pres.; Ben Strickland, gen. mgr.; Joe Root, opns. mgr.; Johnny Bai1y, dir. of eng. Operation: 1970; TV household: 538,600. WDBD (Channel 40) Jackson Television, Ltd., P.O. Box 10888, Jackson, MS (601) Sam McLeod, gen. mgr. Operation: November, WJTV (Channel 12) CBS News Press & Gazette Co., P.O. Box 8887, Jackson, MS (601) John MacGregor, pies.; William H. Dilday, Jr., exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jim Stembridge, chief eng.; Phyllis Brooks, prog. dir.; Walter Saddler, news dir.; rep.: Petry. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 434,600. WLBT (Channel 3) NBC TV -3, Inc., 715 South Jefferson, Jackson, MS (601) Frank E. Melton, gen. mgr. & CEO; Brad Streit, sta. mgr.; Dan Modisett, gen. sls. mgr.; Floyd Kinard, chief eng.; Larry Keeler, prod. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 342,

180 Laurel -Hattiesburg WDAM-TV (Channel 7) Beam Communications Corp., P.O. Box 1978, Hattiesburg, MS Frank L. Beam, pres.; Marvin Reuben, exec. v.p.; Cliff Brown, gen. mgr.; Bobby Smith, chief eng. and oper. mgr.; Diane Schilling, prog. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1956; TV set in area: 204,500. Meridian WLBM-TV (Channel 30) NBC TV -3, Inc., 4608 Skyland Dr., Meridian, MS (601) Frank Melton, CEO & pres.; Pluria Marshall, Jr., v.p. & gen. mgr.; Alfred Martin, Icl. sls. mgr.; Don Spann, prod. & promo. mgr.; Danny Johnson, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Adam Young. Operation: October, WTOK-TV (Channel 11) ABC WTOK-TV, Inc., Southern Bldg., Box 2988, Meridian, MS (601) Bruce R. Miller, gen. mgr.; Bob Holland, sta. mgr.; Tom Wall, gen. sls. mgr. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 151,900. WTZH (Channel 24) CBS Meridian Bdcstg. Partnership, Box 5185, Meridian, MS (609) H.A. LeBrun III, pres.; Mike Mitchell, gen. mgr. & gen. sls. mgr.; Dawn Walker, prog. dir. & promo. mgr.; C.A. Page, chief eng. Operation: June, 1968; TV households: 76,300. Natchez WNTZ (Channel 48) MSLA Bdcstg., Inc., Television Plaza, Beltline Hwy., Natchez, MS (601) Donald B. Wilburn, gen. & gen. sls. mgr., film buyer; Mark McKay, prog. dir. & prom. mgr.; Gwen Belton, news dir.; Charles Fisher, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Mutual. Operation: November, Tupelo WTVA (Channel 9) NBC WTWV, Inc., Beech Springs Rd., Box 350, Tupelo, MS (601) Frank K. Spain, pres.; Mark Ledbetter, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bob Leech, dir. nat'l sls; Charles Ed Bishop, prog. dir.; Wendell Robionson, chief eng. Operation: 1957; TV sets in area: 433,900. West Point WVSB-TV (Channel 27) ABC Venture Systems, Inc., Box 777, West Point, MS (601) David C. Hopper, pres. & gen. mgr.; Kathy Poulin, gen. sls. mgr.; Lynda Mize, prom. mgr.; Chuck Govan, news dir.; Terry Smith, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Avery-Knodel. Operation: May, MISSOURI Cape Girardeau KBSI (Channel 23) FOX Cape Girardeau Family TV Ltd., 806 Enterprise, Cape Girardeau, MO (314) Linda J. Lawton, gen. mgr.; Constance S. Yeargain, bus. mgr.; Mark Culbertson, prog. dir.; Bryan Uptain, prom. mgr.; David Birdsong, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Seltel. Operation: September, KFVS-TV (Channel 12) FOX American Hirsch Broadcasting Co., Box 310 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, MO (314) Joe Goleniowski, gen. mgr.; Jim Wareham, gen. sls. mgr.; Bishop Ellison, prog. dir.; John Grim, promo. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz Agency. Operation: Columbia KMIZ-TV (Channel 17) ABC Stauffer Communications, Inc., 501 Business Loop 70 East, Columbia, MO (314) Carlos Fernandez, gen. mgr.; Jean Viox, sls. mgr.; Paul Orgel, news dir.; Brad Strohuran, chief eng.; Tom Chapman, prog. dir.; Greg Crain, promo. dir.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: KOMU-TV (Channel 8) NBC The Curators of the University of Missouri, Highway 63, South, Columbia, MO (314) Thomas R. Gray, gen. mgr.; Don Ruggles, sales mgr.; Robert Austin, dir. of prog.; James Moore, chief eng.; John Quarderet dir. of news; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 505,200. Hannibal -Quincy (IL) KHQA-TV (Channel 7) CBS Benedek Bcstg. 510 Main St., Quincy, IL (217) K. James Yager, v.p. Genedek Bdcst.; Lowell Johnson, gen. mgr.; Tana Kenny nat'l sls. mgr.; rep.: Katz. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 212,000. Jefferson City KRCG-TV (Channel 13) CBS Box 659, Jefferson City, MO (314) Owned by Price Communications, Inc. Robert Price, pres.; John C. Denshane, v.p.-gen. mgr.; Duane Lammers, sls. mgr.; Cleon Crum, chief eng.; Lee Gordon, prgm. dir.; Roger Wellman, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Joplin KODE -TV (Channel 12) ABC Gilmore Broadcasting Corp. (licensee), 1928 W. 13th St., Joplin, MO (417) Bill Acker, gen. mgr.; Gary Hood, gen. sls. mgr.; Mark Current, creative svcs. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 440,900 TV households per May '81 ARB. KSNF (Channel 16) NBC Tri-State Bdcstg. Corp., P.O. Box 1393, Joplin, MO (417)

181 Bill Bengtson, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bill Ward, gen. sls. mgr.; Mel Brooks, chief eng.; Mike Pound, promo. mgr.; Gary Sisco, prod. mgr.; Steve Russell, news dir. Operation: September, 1967; TV households: 290,600. Kansas City KCTV (Channel 5) CBS 4500 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Fairway, KS (913) John C. Rose, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Pat North, gen. sls. mgr.; Ery Parche, prog. dir.; Patti DeWalt, mktg. mgr.; nat'l rep.: MMT Sales. Operation: KMBC-TV (Channel 9) ABC Division-The Hearst Corp., 1049 Central, Kansas City, MO (816) Paul Dinovitz, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bill Lind, gen. sls. mgr.; Cheryl Craigie Parker, nat'l sls. mgr.; Robert Twibeli, 1cl. sls. mgr.; Deb McDermott, prog. dir.; Gerald Golden, resident controller; Michael Sullivan, news dir.; Joe Todaro, creative sys. dir. Operation: August, 1953; TV households; 2,098,000. KSHB-TV (Channel 41) Scripps -Howard Broadcasting, 4720 Oak St., Kansas City, MO (816) Bob Wormington, gen. mgr.; Peter D. Brake, asst. gen. mgr. & film buyer; Harold DeGood, chief eng. Operation: September, 1970; TV households: 1,225,400. KYFC (Channel 50) Kansas City Youth for Christ., Inc Rainbow Blvd., Shawnee Mission, KS (913) Ronnie Metsker, exec. dir. Operation: KZKC-TV (Channel 62) Media Central, Inc., 2111 Blue Summit Dr., Kansas City, MO (816) Steve Engles, gen. mgr.; Jim MacDonald, gen. sls. mgr.; Todd Powers, prog. dir.; John Mertz, promo. dir.; Greg Fugate, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: December, WDAF-TV (Channel 4) NBC Great American Broadcasting Company, Signal Hill, Kansas City, MO (816) Gary Gardner gen. mgr.; Ed Fulginiti, prog. dir.; Andre Renaud, promo. mgr.; Joyce Reed, news dir.; Jack Winter, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Telerep. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 1,510,400. Poplar Bluff KPOB-TV (Channel 15) ABC (Satellite of WSIL-TV, Harrisburg, IL) Mel Wheeler, Inc., 1710 Westminster, Suite F, Denton, TX 76205; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: St. Joseph KQTV (Channel 2) ABC Elba Development Corp., 270 Commerce Dr., Rochester, NY (716) George Loar, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Denise Dailey, gen. sls. mgr.; Dave Tillery, news dir. Operation: KTAS (Channel 16) All-American TV, Box 403A, Route 1, St. Joseph, MO (816) Sonny Arguinzoni, pres.; Terry Hickey, gen. mgr.; Eugene Seibel, chief eng.; rep.: Trinity. Operation: Oct. 6, St. Louis KDNL-TV (Channel 30) KDNL, Inc., 1215 Cole St., St. Louis, MO (314) William L. Viands, Jr., v.p. & gen. mgr.; Gregory A. Zeiger, gen. sls. mgr.; Bob West, prog. dir.; Otis Thomas, news dir.; James Lowrey, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: KMOV-TV (Channel 4) CBS Viacom Bdcstg., Inc. One Memorial Drive, St. Louis, MO (314) Allan Cohen, v.p., gen. mgr.; Peggy Milner, bus. mgr.; Jim Rothschild, opns. dir.; Bob Grissom, gen. sls. mgr.; Al Holzer, news dir.; Wilbur Allmeyer, asst. chief eng.; natl. rep.: Telerep. Operation: 1959; est. TV sets in area: 1,037,390. KPLR (Channel 11) KoplarCommunications, Inc., 4935 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, MO (314) Edward Koplar, pres.; Barry Baker, sr. v.p. & dir. bdcst. div.; Robert Fulstone, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Tim McKernan, dir. sls.; Daniel Neumann, v.p. admin.; James Wright, v.p., opns.; Denny Van Valkenburgh, gen. sls. mgr.; Howard Stevens, prog. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: 1959; TV sets in area: 1,067,500. KSDK (Channel 5) NBC Multimedia Broadcasting Co. Div. Multimedia Inc., 1000 Market St., St. Louis, MO (314) W. L. Bolster, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Wm. J. Katsafanas, gen. sls. mgr.; Edward J. Piette, dir. bdgst. opns.; Richard Brase, dir. creative svcs.; Robert Drewel, 1cl. sls. mgr.; Terry Doll, dir. pub. reis.; Ron Turner, news dir. Operation: 1947; TV households in area: 1,000,000. KTVI (Channel 2) ABC Times Mirror Broadcasting, 5915 Berthold Ave., St. Louis, MO (314) John McCrory, pres.; Carson W. Capps, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Marshall W. Galliers, v.p. & sta. mgr.; V. Noble Redmon Jr., chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Harrington, Righter, & Parsons. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 1,498,000. Springfield KDEB-TV (Channel 27) FOX Woods Communications Group, Inc., 3000 Cherry St., Springfield, MO (417) Charles Woods, pres.; Deborah Corbett, gen. mgr.; Rick Lipps, film buyer; Mike Scott, gen. sls. mgr.; Nancy Bingaman, prog. dir.; Paul Katona, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation:

182 _ KOLR-TV (Channel 10) CBS Independent Broadcasting Co., P.O. Box 1716 S.S.S., Springfield, MO (417) J.H. Cooper, pres.; Ellis Shook, v.p. & gen. mgr.; John O. Cooper, treas.; Howard Frost, chief eng.; Bill Ferrell, gen. sls. mgr.; Al Riggs, Icl. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep., Katz. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 494,300. KSPR (Channel 33) Davis -Goldfarb Co., 1359 S. Louis St., Springfield, MO (417) B.G. Goldfarb, acting gen. mgr.; Randy Cleland, gen. sls. mgr.; Leland Sanders, prog. dir.; Paula Ringer, opns. mgr.; Gayle Kirchner, promo. mgr.; Jon Kaplan, news dir.; Lou Moyer, chief eng. Operation: January, KYTV (Channel 3) NBC KY -3, Inc., P.O. Box 3500, Springfield, MO (417) Stanley M. Pederson, pres. & gen. mgr.; Franklin D. Schurz, Jr., pres., Schurz Comm., Inc. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 459,600. MONTANA Billings KTVQ (Channel 2) CBS SJL of Monta Ltd. Partnership, rd Ave. N., P.O. Box 2557, Billings, MT (406) Kelly Sugai, gen. mgr., sls. mgr. & film buyer; Lee Lareva, opers. dir.; Duane Grants, prod. mgr.; Ron Jacobson, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 105,350. KULR-TV (Channel 8) NBC KULR Corp., P.O. Box 23909, Billings, MT Ron Olsen, pres. & gen. mgr. Operation: 1958; TV households: 100,300. Butte KTVM (Channel 6) ABC, NBC (Satellite of KECI-TV, Missoula, MT) Eagle Communications Inc., 750 Dewey Blvd., Butte MT Bob Precht, chm.; Ann Ragsdale, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Larry Sem, sta. mgr.; Billy Ward, chief eng. KXLF-TV (Channel 4) CBS KXLF Communications, Inc., 1003 S. Montana St., Butte, MT (406) Ron Cass, pres., gen. mgr., & nat'l sls. mgr.; Marla Wilkin, sls. mgr.; John Mizelle, chief eng. Operation: 1953; TV households: 65,600. Glendive KXGN-TV (Channel 5) CBS, NBC Glendive Broadcasting Corp., Broadcast Bldg., 210 South Douglas, Glendive, MT (406) Lewis W. Moore, pres.; Dan Frenzel, mgr.; Winnifred Norton, office mgr. Operation: Great Falls KFBB-TV (Channel 5) ABC KFBB Corp., P.O. Box 1139, Great Falls, MT (406) Stan Whitman, pres.; Jack Fisher, sr. gen. mgr.; Ted Schroeder, ops./prog. mgr.; Jack May, Icl. sls. mgr.; Carol Funston, prog. dir.; Ms. Parker Sullivan, promo. mgr.; Dick Pompa, news dir.; Ron Schlosser, chief eng.; Dick Pompa, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1954; TV homes in area: 92,700. KRTV (Channel 3) CBS KRTV Communications, Inc., P.O. Box 1331, Great Falls, MT Donald G. Bradley, pres. & gen. mgr. Operation: KTGF (Channel 16) NBC Continental Television Network, Inc., 118 Sixth St., So., Great Falls, MT (406) James M. Colla, pres. & gen. mgr.; Penny L. Adkins, corp. v.p. & prom. mgr.; Chuck Outland, gen. sls. mgr.; & prog. dir.; M. Thomas Beam, admin. asst.; Cheryl Cordeiro, compt.; natl. rep.: Seltel. Operation: September, Hardin KOUS-TV (Channel 4) NBC Big Horn Communications, Inc., P.O. Box 23309, Billings, MT (406) Daniel W. Coon, pres.; Thom Curtis, gen. mgr.; Steve Bruggeman, contr.; Tracy Nelson, traffic mgr.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: Helena KTVH-TV (Channel 12) NBC KTVH, Inc., Box 6125, Helena, MT (406) Bill Stebbins, Icl. sls. mgr.; Hal Peck, promo. mgr. & film buyer; rep.: Adam Young. Operation: Jan., 1958; TV households; 91,200. Kalispell KCFW-TV (Channel 9) ABC, NBC (Satellite of KECI-TV: Missoula, MT) 401 First Ave. E., P.O. Box 857, Kalispell, MT Anne Ragsdale, v.p.-gen. mgr., Eagle Communications; Steve Fetueit, sta. mgr.; Mark Holston, news dir.; Mike Stock - lin, sls. mgr.; Chris Neuhausen, chief eng. Operation: June, Mlles City KYUS-TV (Channel 3) ABC KYUS-TV, Inc., Box 1074, Miles City, MT (406) Daniel Coon, pres.; Dana L. Kehr, v.p. & gen. mgr.; J. R. Middleton, eng. Operation: Sept., Missoula KECI-TV (Channel 13) ABC, NBC Eagle Communications, 340 West Main, Missoula, MT (406)

183 Bob Precht, chmn.; Anne Ragsdale, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jean Crepeau, prog. dir.; Sharikay Hettick, traffic dir. TV households in area: 140,000 (ARB). KPAX-TV (Channel 8) ABC, CBS KPAX Communications, Inc., Box 4827, Missoula, MT Bill Sullivan, pres. gen. mgr. & natl. sls. mgr.; Bob Hermas, sls. mgr.; Mark Rapson, chief eng. Operation: May, NEBRASKA Albion KCAN-TV (Channel 8) ABC Citadel Communications Co., Ltd., % KCAU-TV, Sioux City, IA (402) Phillip J. Lombardo, pres.; Dan Ackerman, chief eng. Operation: December, Grand Island KGIN-TV (Channel 11) CBS Busse Bdcstg. Inc., Box 1069, Grand Island, NE 68801(308) Cal Coleman, sta. mgr.; Laura Parks, news mgr.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: Oct., Hastings KHAS-TV (Channel 5) NBC Nebraska Television Corp., Highway 281, Box 578, Hastings, NE (402) John T. Benson, gen. mgr.; Donald R. Seaton, v.p.; James D. Conway, secty.-treas.; Randy Nicholson, film dir.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: 1956; TV sets in area: 169,000. Hayes Center KWNB-TV (Channel 6) ABC (Satellite of KHGI-TV, Kearney, NE) Same personnel as KHGI-TV; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1956; TV sets in area; 52,000. Kearney KHGI-TV (Channel 13) ABC Gordon Bcstg., Inc., Box 220, Kearney, NE 68847; (308) (Also operates KWNB-TV, Hayes Center, NE; KSNB-TV, Superior, NE.) Robert D. Gordon, pres. & gen. mgr.; Larry Landaker, v.p. sls.; Ron Tillery, v. p. opns. & film buyer; Mary Beth Richmond, promo. mgr.; Jerry Fuehrer, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1953; TV households in area 615,800. Lincoln KOLN-TV/KGIN-TV (Channel 10) CBS KOLN, Inc., Box 30350, Lincoln, NE (402) Frank Jonas, pres. & gen. mgr.; Richard Nelson, gen. sls. mgr.; Lyle Kaufman, opns. mgr. & chief eng.; Robert Flinn, creative svcs. & prog. dir.; John Denney, news dir.; Christine McPike, contr.; natl. rep. MMT. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 371,000. McCook -Oberlin KSNK (Channel 8) NBC (Satellite of KARD-TV, Wichita, KS) Kansas State Network Inc., P.O. Box 238, Oberlin, KS Al Buch, gen. mgr.; Gary Gore, sls. mgr.; Joan Smith, prog. dir.; rep.: Katz. Operation: November, North Platte KNOP-TV (Channel 2) NBC North Platte Television, Inc., Box 749, North Platte, NE (308) Ulysses A. Carlini, gen. mgr.; Jodi Ritacca, news dir.; Chris Davies, chf. eng. Operation: Omaha KETV (Channel 7) ABC Channel 7, 27th & Douglas Sts., Omaha, NE (402) John F. Carpenter, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Howard Shrier, sls. mgr.; Richard S. Spark, bus. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair TV. Operation: 1957; TV sets in area: 578,100. KMTV (Channel 3) CBS Lee Enterprises, Inc., Mockingbird Dr., Omaha, NE (402) Howard Kennedy, v.p. & gen. mgr., KMTV; Don Browers, prog. mgr.; Larry Steele, chief eng.; David Kuehn, gen. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 415,000. KPTM (Channel 42) Pappas Telecasting of the Midlands, 4625 Farnam St., Omaha, NE (402) Harry J. Pappas, pres. & gen. mgr.; Jim McKernan, sta. mgr. -gen. mktg. mgr.; Roger Moody, natl. mktg. mgr.; Jill Butler, retail mktg. mgr.; Bruce Binenfeld, promo. mgr.; lace Anderson, prod. mgr.; Marilyn Rothe, film dir.; Kevin Drewes, chief eng.; Kathi Blahz, accts. supvr.; Dan Rutledge, agency mktg. mgr.; natl. rep.: Telerep. Operation: April, WOWT (Channel 6) CBS 3501 Farnam St., Omaha, NE (402) James H. Smith, pres. & gen. mgr.; Don Grubaugh, v.p. & sis. mgr.; John Dixon, prog. dir.; Steve Murphy, news dir.; Judy Horan, dir. promo. & merch.; Bruce Lee, natl.-reg. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area 573,900. Scottsbluff KDUH-TV (Channel 4) ABC Duhamel Bcstg. Enterprises, st Ave., Scottsbluff, NE (308) William F. Duhamel, pres.; Steve Duffy, gen. mgr.; Wes Haugan, gen. sls. mgr.; Monte Loos, prog. dir., prom. mgr. & film buyer; Helene Duhamel, news dir.; Tom Robinson, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: March,

184 KSTF (Channel 10) CBS (Satellite of KGWN-TV, Cheyenne, WY.) Stauffer Comm., Inc., 2923 E. Lincolnway, Cheyenne, WY (307) Carl J. Occhipinti, gen. mgr.; Timothy H. Daniels, res. mgr.; Tony Schaeffer, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: Superior KSNB-TV (Channel 4) ABC (Satellite of KHGI-TV, Kearney, NE.) Same personnel as KHGI-TV.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: October, NEVADA Henderson -Las Vegas KVVU-TV (Channel 5) KVVU Broadcasting Corp., 25 TV5 Drive, Henderson, NV (702) Phil Jones, pres.; Rusty Durante, gen. mgr.; Bill Utton, gen. sls. mgr.; Jack Smith, dir. of eng. Operation: Sept., 1967; TV households: 261,100. Las Vegas KLAS-TV (Channel 8) CBS 3228 Channel 8 Dr., P.O. Box 15047, Las Vegas, NV (702) Lemuel Lewis, v.p./gen. mgr.; Andy Henderson, gen. sls. mgr.; Craig Spellerberg, promo. mgr; John Nelson, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz Television. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 213,000. KRLR (Channel 21) Dres Media, Inc., Box 26815, Las Vegas, NV 89126; (702) Charlene Scott, pies.; Rick Scott, gen. mgr.; Wayne Gartley, sta. mgr.; Chris Hume, promo. mgr.; Steve Scott, chief eng. Operation: July, KTNV-TV (Channel 13) ABC KTNV-TV, 3355 S. Valley View, Las Vegas, NV (702) Jim Behling, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Gary Plumlee, gen. sls. mgr.; Tim Foster, nat'l sls. mgr.; Stormi Lloyd -Drake, prog. dir.; Ron Futrell, sports dir.; Michael Williams, production mgr.; Richard Urey, news dir.; Terry Ostlund, chief eng.; Peter Sensenbaugh, bus. mgr.-contr.; Curt Hall, promo. mgr. Operation: 1956; TV households: TSA 682,600. KVBC (Channel 3) NBC Valley Broadcasting Co., Box 44169, Las Vegas, NV (702) Rolla D. Cleaver, gen. mgr.; Buzz Floyd, prog. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair TV. Operation: Reno KAME-TV (Channel 21) Page Enterprises, P.O. Box 11129, Reno, NV (702) Bill Andrews, pres. & gen.mgr.; Mike Andrews, sls. mgr.; B.J. Andrews, sta. mgr.; Donald Schrader, prog. dit; Al Ruch, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: October, KCRL-TV (Channel 4) NBC Circle L. Inc., 1790 Vassar St., Reno, NV (702) Edward Neuhoff, pres.; Jim Elliott, v.p. & gen. mgr.; John Firpo, news dir.; Norvel Seyler, chief eng.; rep.: MMT Operation: 1962; TV households: 166,600. KOLO-TV (Channel 8) ABC Donrey of Nevada, Box 10,000, Reno, NV (702) Fred Smith, pres.; James C. Herzig. gen. mgr.; Bob Thompson, gen. sales mgr.; John Csia, prog. mgr.; Earl Ling, promo. dir.; Robert Northam, chief eng. ; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 234,000. KREN -TV (Channel 27) Sainte Limited, P.O. Box 4159, Modesto, CA (209) Chester Smith, gen. partner; Herbert G. Crenshaw, eng. Operation: November, KTVN (Channel 2) CBS Sarkes Tarzian, Inc., 4925 Energy Way, Reno, NV (702) Dennis Slewert, gen. mgr; John Richardson, sta. & gen. sls. mgr.; Al Richards, chief eng.; Matt James, news editor; rep.: Katz. Operation: 1967; TV households: 161,000. NEW HAMPSHIRE Concord WNHT (Channel 21) The Flatley Co., Box 2100, Concord, NH (603) Thomas J. Flatley, pres.; Ronald Polera, gen. mgr.; Bob Joyce, prog. dir.; R. Gregg Chadwick, chief eng. Operation: April, Derry WNDS (Channel 50) CCV of Derry, Inc., TV -50 Place, Derry, NH (603) John L. Foley, gen. mgr.; Kent Ohlman, prod. & promo. mgr.; Brooke Willis, news dir.; Paul Hunter, chief eng. Operation: September, Manchester WMUR-TV (Channel 9) ABC WMUR, Inc., 50 Phillippe Cote St., Manchester, NH (603) David Zamichow, gen. mgr.; Miles Resnick, news dir.; nat'l rep.; Seltel. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 965,576. Merrimack WGOT (Channel 60) Golden Triangle TV 60 Corp., Box 60, Merrimack, NH (603) John Fergie, gen. mgr.; Neal P. Cortell, sta. & prog. mgr.; Steve Tamposi, cons. mgr.; Sally Tamposi, news & pub. affrs.; S. Joseph Hoffman, treas. & sls. & mktg. mgr. Operation:

185 NEW JERSEY Atlantic City WWAC-TV (Channel 53) Channel 53 Corp., 3600 Conshohocken Ave., Philadelphia, PA (215) William S. Gross, owner. Operation: February, Vineland WHSP (Channel 65) Silver King Bdcstg. of Vineland, Inc., 4449 N. Delsea Dr., Newfield, NJ (609) Carmen J. Colucci, gen. mgr.; Chris Hill, prog. & news dir.; Dan Merlo, chief eng. Operation: July, Wildwood WMGM-TV (Channel 40) NBC South Jersey Broadcasting Corp., 15 Shore Rd., Linwood, NJ (609) Howard Green, pres.; Jane B. Stark, sta. mgr.; Chris Adams, prog. dir.; Kathy McNiff, prod. mgr.; Jeff Whitaker, news dir. Operation: 1966; TV households: 400,000. NEW MEXICO Albuquerque KGGM-TV (Channel 13) CBS New Mexico Broadcasting Co., Inc., 1414 Coal Ave., S.W., Albuquerque, NM (505) Andrew B. Hebenstreit, pres.; Irwin P Starr, v.p. & gen. mgr.; William W. Andrews, creative svcs. dir.; Alan P. Deme, chief eng. KGSW (Channel 14) Mountain States Broadcasting/Providence Journal Broadcasting, Box 25200, Albuquerque, NM (505) Erick B. Steffens, gen. mgr.; Jason Gould, gen. sls. mgr.; James Gonsey, tech. opns. mgr.; Michael Maulano, natl. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Telerep. Operation: 1981 KNAT (Channel 23) Trinity Bcstg. of Arizonia, Inc., 1510 Coors Blvd., N.W., Albuquerque, NM (505) Bob Brewer, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Dave Cavileer, gen. sls. mgr.; Sandie Zolman, prog. dir.; Bill Frost, chief eng. Operation: KOAT-TV (Channel 7) ABC KOAT-TV, Inc., Box 25982, Albuquerque, NM (505) C. Wayne Godsey, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Elvin Smith, asst. gen. mgr.; James Sharman, chief eng.; Mary Lynn Roper, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1953, TV homes in area: 276,000. KOB-TV (Channel 4) NBC Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc., Box 1351, 4 Broadcast Plaza, S.W., Albuquerque, NM (505) Stanley S. Hubbard, pres.; Jerry Danziger, gen. mgr.; Dave Herman, sta. mgr.; Bob Evans, sls. mgr.; Sam Tikkanen, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Edward Petry Co. Operation: 1948; TV sets in area: 442,700. Carlsbad KVIO-TV (Channel 6) ABC Marsh Media of El Paso, Box 12077, Texas American Bank Bldg., Amarillo, TX (806) Richard Pearson, gen. mgr.; Jack Wilkinson, chief eng. Operation: 1956; TV sets in area: 15,600. Clovis KVIH-TV (Channel 12) ABC Marsh Media, Inc., One Broadcast Center, Amarillo, TX (806) Satellite of KVII-TV, Amarillo, TX. James R. McCormick, pres. & gen. mgr.; John Patrick, gen. sls. mgr.; Mac Douglas, prog. dir. & film buyer; Steve Pritchett, news dir.; Bill Canady, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Katz. Operation: December, Farmington KOBF (Channel 12) NBC P.O. Box 1620, Farmington, NM (505) Bettie Cleveland, gen. mgr.; Bill Hirshey, prod. mgr.; Dan Bibeau, chief eng. Operation Las Cruces KASK (Channel 48) ABC, NBC Bayport Communications of New Mexico, Inc., 900 First National Tower, Las Cruces, NM (505) Logan D. Matthews, pres. & gen. mgr.; Albert F. Gabalis, gen. sls. mgr.; Christopher Jackson, opns. mgr.; Gary Worth, news dir.; Ralph Quiroz, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Spot Time. Operation: October, Roswell KBIM-TV (Channel 10) CBS Caprock Telecasting, Inc., Box 910, Roswell, NM (505) Marc Reischman, gen. mgr.; E. Sills, dir. eng.; Dave Brown, v.p., news; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1966; TV homes: 113,300. KOBR (Channel 8) NBC Hubbard Bdcstg., Inc., 124 E. Fourth St., Roswell, NM (505) Stanley S. Hubbard, pres.; Tim Spinder, sta. mgr.; Larry Oldrup, gen. sls. mgr.; John Purvis, news dir.; Dave Atkins, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Petry. Operation: June, Santa Fe KCHF (Channel 11) Son Broadcasting, Inc., Box 4338, Albuquerque, NM (505) Belarntino R. Gonzales, pres. & gen. mgr.; Susan Stein, gen. sls. mgr.; Mary Kay Gonzales, opns. & promo. mgr.; Luther Kent, chief eng. Operation: November, KNMZ-TV (Channel 2) Coronado Communications, Co., P.O. Box 580, Santa Fe, NM (505) Carl F. Floyd, v.p., gen. mgr.; Eva Lopez, prog. dir.; Cassie 'Ikavaini, gen. sls. mgr. Operation: October,

186 Silver City KWNM-TV (Channel 10) ABC Box 25982, Albuquerque, NM (505) James H. Sharman, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Blair. NEW YORK Albany WNYT (Channel 13) NBC Viacom Broadcasting Corp., P.O. Box 4035, Albany, NY (518) Donald D. Perry, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Richard Klein, chief eng.; James Moore, dir. prod.; Noelle Wall, dir. opns.; Stephen Baboulis, news dir.; Tom Raponi, gen. sls. mgr.; Karl Davis, nat'l sls. mgr.; Linda Cummings, traffic mgr.; Thomas Blau, bus. mgr.; Douglas Jones, dir. prog. & pub. aff. Operation: WRGB (Channel 6) CBS WRGB Bdcstg., Inc., 1400 Balltown Rd., Schenectady, NY 12309; (518) David Lynch, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Terry Walden, mgr. prog.; Beverly Wittner, mgr. pub. affairs; Gary Whitaker, news. dir.; William Brandt, mgr., prom. Operation: WIEN (Channel 10) Knight-Ridder Broadcasting Company, Incorporated, 341 Northern Blvd., Albany, NY (518) Don C. Smith, pres. & gen. mgr.; John Hirsh, gen. sls. mgr.; Bob Peterson, prog. mgr.; James Holland, news dir. WXXA-TV (Channel 23) Heritage Bdcstg. Group, P.O. Box 6423, Albany, NY (518) Will Meyl, v.p. & gen. mgr.; David Boaz, gen. sls. mgr.; Sargent Cathrall, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: July, Binghamton WBNG-TV (Channel 12) CBS Gateway Communications, Inc., 50 Front Street, Binghamton, NY (607) John S. Mucha, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mark Prutisto, prog. mgr.; Joseph McNamara, gen. sls. mgr.; Ronald Shoemaker, chief eng. WICZ-TV (Channel 40) Stainless Broadcasting, Vestal Parkway East, Binghampton, NY (607) Jesse Pevear, v.p. & gen. mgr.; G. Ricciardelli, tech. dir.; nat'l rep.: MMT. WMGC-TV (Channel 34) ABC Citadel Communications, Ltd., Box 813, Binghamton, NY Philip J. Lombardo, mng. gen. partner, gen. mgr.; Brad Worthen, gen. sls. mgr.; Mary Ann Connerton, Icl. sls. mgr.; M. Susan Boncek, bus. mgr.; Darcy Thorton, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1962; TV households: 171,000. Buffalo WGRZ-TV (Channel 2) NBC WGRZ-TV, Inc., 259 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, NY (716) Raymond P. Maselli, pres. & gen. mgr.; David Milldream, v.p. sls. & progmg.; Tom Cochran, gen. sls. mgr.; April Harrington Conton, prom. mgr.; Gary Legters, opns. mgr.; David Baer, news dir.; Richard Westlund, chief eng.; Joe Lentini, dir. community reltns.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: August, WIVB-TV (Channel 4) CBS Buffalo Broadcasting Co., Inc., 2077 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, NY 14207; (716) Leslie G. Arries, Jr., pres.; John Hayes, sta. mgr.; Wilson Shepard, gen. sls. mgr.; Ralph Thompsom, dir. of eng. nat'l rep.: Harrington, Righter & Parsons, Inc. Operation: 1948; TV households in area: 1,038,700; U.S. & Canada: 2,700,300. WKBW-TV (Channel 7) WKBW-TV, Queen City Bdcstg., Inc., 7 Broadcast Plaza, Buffalo, NY Steve Kimatian, pres. & gen. mgr.; Clifford Fisher, v.p. & gen. sales mgr.; Sarah Norat-Phillips, prog. & p.a. dir.; Don Holland, chief engineer; rep.: Petry. Operation: WNYB-TV (Channel 49) Niagara Frontier Bdcstg., 699 Hertel Ave., Buffalo, NY (716) Paul A. Mooney, pres.; Bill Saltzgiver, gen. mgr.; Joe Layton, prog. dir.; Rick Mortellaro, prom. mgr.; Mike Anger, chief eng.; natl. rep.; Seltel. Operation: September, WUTV (Channel 29) FOX Citadel Communications Co., Ltd., 951 Whitehaven Rd., Grand Island, NY (716) Philip J. Lombardo, pres.; Frank B. Gregg, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Dennis Majewicz, chief eng.; Ken Kaszubowski, mgr. bdcst. opns.; Tony McMahon, gen. sls. mgr.; Lois M. Ringle, prog. dir. Operation: December, 1970; TV households: 1,213,100. Carthage -Watertown WWNY-TV (Channel 7) CBS, NBC United Communication Corp., 120 Arcade St., Watertown, NY (315) Howard J. Brown, pres.; Eugene W. Schulte, v.p.; Kevin Mastellon, gen. mgr.; Ed Dempsey, sls. mgr.; Lois Dempster, prog. dir.; Don Rohr, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz TV. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 156,920. Elmira WENY-TV (Channel 36) ABC WENY, Inc., P.O. Box 208, Elmira, NY (707) Howard L. Green, exec. v.p.; Patrick M. Parish, gen. mgr.; Meade Murtland, sta. mgr.; Don Ryan, dir. of eng. Operation: Nov,

187 WETM-TV (Channel 18) NBC (Satellite of WSTM-TV, Syracuse, NY) WETM-TV, Inc., Box 1207, Elmira, NY (607) Robert N. Smith, pres.; John Wingate, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Larry Taylor, chief eng. Operation: 1956; TV sets in area: 83,600. Kingston WTZA (Channel 62) WTZA-TV Associates, Box 1609, 721 Broadway, Kingston, NY (914) Edward P. Sawyer, CEO; Gene Collins, sta. mgr.; John Wolfe, gen. sls. mgr.; Brian Madden, news dir.; Harry Kaemmerer, chief eng. Operation: Dec. 15, New York City WABC-TV (Channel 7) ABC Capital Cities/ABC, Inc., 7 Lincoln Square, New York, NY (212) Walter C. Liss, Jr., pres. & gen. mgr.; Tom Kane, gen. sls. mgr.; Art Moore, prog. dir.; Cliff Love, public svc. dir.; Richard R. Graham, dir. fin.; Rob Battles, dir. of creative services; James Baker, chief eng. Operation: 1948; 'IV sets in area: 6,000,000. WCBS-TV (Channel 2) CBS CBS Television Stations, Division of Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., 524 W. 57 St., New York, NY (212) Neil E. Derrough, pres.; Roger Colloff, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Robert Fogarty, sls. dir.; Dolores Danska, dir. bcstg.; Bill Lacey, dir. best. admin.; Steve Wasserman, news dir.; Toni Johnson, opns. mgr. Operation: 1941; TV sets in area: 6,000,000. WNBC-TV (Channel 4) NBC WNBC-TV, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY (212) Carl V. Bud Carey, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Karen Lee Copeland, prog. dir.; Lou Abitabilo, dir. sis.; Linda Lipman, dir. adv. & promo.; Dave Vacheron, mgr. bdcst. standards; Julian Phillips, mgr. community reins. Operation: 1941; 'IV sets in area: 6,000,000. WNYW-TV (Channel 5) FOX Fox TV Stations, Inc., 205 E. 67 St., New York, NY (212) Robert Kreek, pres.; Carolyn Wall, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Rudy Taylor, gen. sis. mgr.; Jon Findley, prog. dir.; Joe Berini, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: 1944; TV households in area: 6,471,396. WWOR-TV (Channel 9) Secaucus, NJ 9 Broadcast Plaza, Secaucus, NJ (201) Michael Alexander, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Thomas Ryan, v.p./gen. sis. mgr.; Farrell Meiser, v.p. prog.; Rick Miner, v.p. prod. & opns.; Cynthia Harrison, dir. comm. aff. & p.r.; Tom Petner, v.p. news. WPIX (Channel 11) WPIX Inc., 11 WPIX Plaza, New York, NY 10017; (212) Leavitt J. Pope, pres.; David Polinger, sr. v.p. asst. to pies.; Gerald Mulderring, sr. v.p. sis.; John Corporon, sr. v.p. news; Pat Austin, sr. v.p., finance; Julie Nunnari, v.p. prog.; Paul Bisonette, v.p. creative svcs.; Liz Goldberg, v.p. opns.; Bob Murch, v.p., eng.; Fred Witte, contr.; Jane Perlman, v.p. rsrch.; Claudia Gasparini, v.p., human resources; Martin Appel, v.p. sports & pub. reltns.; Kathleen Shepherd, v.p. prod. & community affairs; Laurence Linehan, Gerard Puccio, John McGowan, v.p., sis.; Elaine Huryn, v.p., planning. Operation: 1948; TV households in area: 6,878,000 (ARB). New York -Newark (NJ) WHSE-TV (Channel 68/so) Silver King Bdcstg. of New Jersey, Inc., 390 W. Market St., Newark, NJ Ella Connors, v.p. & sta. mgr.; Alvin Saltzman, chief eng.; William Roller, prog. mgr. Operation: July, WNJU-TV (Channel 47) 47 Industrial Ave., Newark, NJ (201) Carlos Barba, pres. & gen. mgr.; Thomas Johansen, v.p. & sls. dir,; Julio Omana, sta. mgr.; George Kraus, v.p., sta. mgr. & chief eng.; Sylvia Pascual, prog. dir. Operation: May, 1965; TV households: 2,300,000. New York -Paterson (NJ) WXTV (Channel 41) Univision Station Group, Inc., 24 Meadowland Parkway, Secaucus, NJ Emilio Nicolas, Jr., gen. mgr.; Eileen M. Holmes, gen. sls. mgr.; Osvaldo Onoz, prog. dir.; Alan Cohen, chief eng.; rep.: Univision. Operation: Plattsburgh -Burlington (VT) WPTZ (Channel 5) NBC Heritage Media Corp., Old Moffitt Rd., Plattsburgh, NY (518) Carl Leahy, gen. mgr.; Bruce Grindle, gen. sls. mgr.; Stacie Tetreault, opns. dir.; Bruce Carlin, promo. mgr.; Thomas Bradshaw, chief eng. Operation: 1956; TV homes in area: 252,600 (U.S.); 954,880 (Canada). Poughkeepsie WTBY (Channel 54) Trinity Broadcasting of New York, Box 534, Fishkill, NY (914) Paul Crouch, pres. & gen. mgr.; Stan Hollin, gen. sis. mgr.; Terry Hickey, prog. dir. & film buyer; Lindy Dressler, promo. mgr.; Dale Osborn, chief eng. Operation: April, Riverhead WLIG (Channel 55) WLIG-TV 55, Inc. 300 Crossways Park Drive, Woodbury, NY (516) Michael C. Pascucci, pies.; Marvin R. Chauvin, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Tara Leporati, sis. mgr.; Bruce David Klein, prog. dir. Operation: January,

188 Rochester WHEC-TV (Channel 10) CBS WHEC, Inc., 191 East Avenue, Rochester, NY (716) Arnold Klinsky, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Alan Cartwright, sis. dir.; John Walsh, chief eng.; Steve Hammel, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Telerep. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area, 453,500. WOKR (Channel 13) ABC WOKR Partners, 4225 W. Henrietta Rd., Rochester, NY (716) Vincent T. DeLuca, pres./gen. mgr.; Donald J. Loy, prog. dir. -creative svcs.; Margaret Camera, controller; Clyde Parker, eng. mgr.; Kent Beckwith, gen. sls. mgr.; Jim Sanders, nat'l sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: 1962; TV households: 1,191,800. WROC-TV (Channel 8) NBC Television Station Partners, 201 Humboldt St., Rochester, NY (716) Thomas F. Kenney, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Geoff Proud, nat'l sls. mgr.; Jeff Ulrich, prog. mgr.; David Nolan, news dir.; Margaret Myers, promo. supvr.; John Coon, chief eng. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 479,000. WUHF (Channel 31) FOX Mairite TV of New York, Inc., 360 East Ave., Rochester, NY (716) Milton Matitz, chm.; Rick Rambaldo, v.p. & gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair TV. Operation: Smithtown WHSI-TV (Channel 67) Silver King Bcstg. of New Jersey, Inc. 390 West Market St., Newark NJ 07107; (516) Ella Connors, sta. mgr.; David Porrello, prog. mgr.; Alvin Saltzman, chief eng. Operation: November, Syracuse WIXT'TV (Channel 9) ABC WIXT-TV, Inc., 5904 Bridge St., East Syracuse, NY (315) Steve Kronquest, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Angela Roach, nat'l sls. mgr.; John King, chief eng. Operation: WSTM-TV (Channel 3) NBC WSTM-TV, Inc., 1030 James St., Syracuse, NY (315) Ronald W. Philips, pres. & gen. mgr.; Russ Hamilton, gen. sls. mgr.; John Mangione, creative svcs. dir. Operation: 1950; TV sets in area: 525,000. WSYT (Channel 68) FOX 1000 James St., Syracuse, NY, (315) Vincent Arminio, gen. mgr.; Robert Jordan, opns. mgr.; Rick Herrmann, prog.-promo. dir.; Bill Hoctor, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Katz. Operation: February, WTVH-TV (Channel 5) CBS basic Meredith Corp., 980 James St., Syracuse, NY (315) Cathy Creany, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Michael Collins, gen. sls. mgr.; Louis Dennig, prog. dir.; David Oetjen, promo. mgr.; Edward D. Lewis, dir. of eng.; nat'l rep.: MMT Sales Inc. Operation: 1948 as WHEN -TV; TV sets in area: 480,000. Utica WKTV (Channel 2) NBC Harron Communications Corp., P.O. Box 2, Utica, NY (315) Shell Storrier, sr. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Paul Harron, Jr., pres.; Daniel German, program. dir. & promo. mgr. & film dir.; Marie Zumpano, traffic mgr.; Merv Ainsworth, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1949; TV homes in area: 340,100. WTUV (Channel 33) FOX Mohawk Valley Bdcstg., Inc., Greenfield Ave., Rome, NY (315) Kevin O'Kane, pres. & gen. mgr.; John Amado, gen. sls. mgr.; Rick Lewis, promo. mgr.; John Bunkfeldt, chief eng.; rep.: Mutual. Operations: October, WUTR (Channel 20) ABC Roy H. Park Bcstg. of Utica -Rome Inc., P.O. Box 20, Utica, NY (315) Roy H. Park, pres.; Paul Kennedy, gen. mgr.; rep.: Blair. Operation: Feb., Watertown WFYF (Channel 50) Moreland Broadcast Associates, Box 6250, Watertown, NY David J. Alteri, gen. mgr. Operation: January, NORTH CAROLINA Asheville WHNS-TV (Channel 21) Pappas Telecasting of the Carolinas, Studio: 21 Interstate Ct., Greenville, SC (803) ; Sales Office: 521 College St., Asheville, NC (704) Harry J. Pappas, pres.; Joseph A. Shaffer, v.p.-gen. mgr.; Henry Boyce, prog. mgr.; Anthony R. Thompson, gen. mktg. mgr.; Jerry Garvin, chief eng. Operation: 1964; TV sets in area: 625,000. WLOS-TV (Channel 13) ABC WLOS TV, Inc., Box 1300, Asheville, NC (704) N. Spring St., P.O. Box 2666, Greenville, SC (803) James Cowshaftor, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Cliff Pine, prog. mgr.; J. David Burrell, gen. sls. mgr.; Bill Walsh, bus. mgr.; nat'l rep.: HRP. Operation: 1954; TV households in area: 1,569,400 TSA. Belmont WJZY (Channel 46) Capitol Bdcstg. Co., Inc., Box , Charlotte, NC ; 3501 Performance Rd., Charlotte, NC (704)

189 James Goodmon, pres.; Mark Conrad, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Thomas Schenk, gen. sls. mgr.; Janet Noll, 1c1. sls. mgr.; Steve Pickle, prom. mgr.; Ed Merritt, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Selie]. Operation: March, Burlington WRDG (Channel 16) Box 16, Burlington, NC (919) Jack Rehburg, pres.; Steve Rehburg, gen. mgr. & prom.-adv. mgr. Operations: August, Charlotte WBTV (Channel 3) CBS Jefferson Pilot Broadcasting Co., One Julian Price Place, Charlotte, NC (704) Joseph M. Bryan, chm. bd.; James G. Babb, Jr., pres.; Cullie M. Tareton, sr. v.p. & gen. mgr.; William F. Foy, news and info. mgr.; Marion Meginnis, program oprs. mgr.; Jerry Pelletier, gen. sis. mgr.; Paul Cameron, sports dir.; Mrs. Tommi L. Jones, v.p./personnel; Joseph B. Young, v.p./research & planning; Bill Napier, Jr., dir. of eng. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area; 1,150,540. WCCB-TV (Channel 18) WCCB-TV, Inc., 1 Television Place, Charlotte, NC (704) Cy N. Bahakel, pres.; Steven Soldinger, gen. mgr.; William Riordan, gen sls mgr.; Howard Trivette, prog. dir.; Robert Phillips, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: Dec., WPCQ-TV (Channel 36) Journal Bdcstg. of Charlotte, Inc., P.O. Box 18665, Charlotte, NC (704) John Hayes, pres. & gen. mgr.; Tim Bloodworth, prog. dir.; Rick Anderson, chief eng.; Nick Magnini, gen. sls. mgr. Operation: 1967; TV households: 2,165,200. WSOC-TV (Channel 9) ABC Carolina Broadcasting Company, P.O. Box 34665, Charlotte, NC (704) Grey Stone, v.p., gen. mgr.; Jack Callaghan, sta. mgr.; Merritt Rose, gen. sls. mgr.; Martin Fenton, Icl. sls. mgr.; A. Bruce Chastine, contr.; Alan Batten, dir., adv./promo.; Richard Moore, news dir.; Merle Thomas, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Telerep. Operation: 1957; TV sets in area. 2,892,800. Durham WTVD (Channel 11) ABC Capital Cities/ABC, Inc., Box 2009, 411 Liberty St., Durham, NC (919) Alan Nesbitt, pres./gen. mgr.; Denis O'Connor, gen. sls. mgr.; Jon L. Miller, prog. mgr.; Chrystle Swain, dir. of community affairs.; Dave Davis, news dir.; William Higgs, bus. mgr.; Edward Wall, chief eng. Operation: 1954; TV homes in area: 621,000 (ADI). Durham -Raleigh WPTF-TV (Channel 28) NBC Durham Life Broadcasting Service, Inc., 29521, 3012 High - woods Blvd., Raleigh, NC (919) Felton P. Coley, pres.; Robert B. Butler, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Robert Wolfe, prog. dir.; Barbara Nicely, promo. mgr.; Kevin Kelly, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: November, 1968; TV households, 598,000. Fayettevi Ile WFCT (Channel 62) Fayetteville Cumberland Telecasters, Inc., Drawer 62, Lumber Bridge, Fayetteville, NC (919) Ernie Whitmeyer, gen. mgr.; Glenn Yearby, sls. mgr.; Jenny Martin, prog. opns.; Don O'Banion, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Adam Young. Operation: March, WKFT (Channel 40) SJL of No. Carolina Associates, 230 Donaldson St., Fayetteville, NC (919) Richard Armfield, gen. mgr.; Arlene Mabry, prog. dir. Operation: Goldsboro WYED (Channel 17) Box 1117, 622 S. Barbour St., Clayton, NC (919) Bob Peretic, sta. & gen. sls. mgr.; prog. dir.; film buyer; Niel Sollod, promo. mgr. & news dir.; Sam Garfield, chief eng. Operation: Apr. 11, Greensboro WFMY-TV (Channel 2) CBS WFMY Television Corp., P.O. Box TV2, Greensboro, NC (919) Henry E. Price, gen. mgr.; Jerry Policoff, natl. sls. mgr.; Delois Strickland, prog. dir.; Jim Collins, opns. mgr.; Roz Fields, promo. mgr.; Gary Curtis, news dir. Operation: 1949; TV homes in area: 797,800. WGGT (Channel 48) Guilford Telecasters, Inc., 330 S. Greene St., Greensboro, NC (919) Eugene Bohi, pres. & gen. mgr.; Norm Cissna, gen. sls. mgr.; Kenneth Gonzalez, dir.-prog., opns.; Cheryl Fulcher, promo. dir.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: May, WLXI-TV (Channel 61) Box TV -61, Greensboro, NC (919) Gary S. Smithwick, pres.; Richard C. Snowden, gen. mgr.; Jeff Johnson, prog. dir. Operation: January, Greenville WNCT-TV (Channel 9) CBS Roy A. Park Broadcasting, Inc., P.O. Box 898, Greenville, NC (919) Roy H. Park, bd. chm.; Mrs. Dorothy D. Park, secretary; K. B. Skinner, dir.; Randall Stair, v.p. & treas.; Wright M. Thomas, pres.; Edward J. Adams, v.p.-gen. mgr.; Luther Griffin, gen. sls. mgr.; Lori Ohr, prod. mgr.; Shirley Dale, prog. mgr.; Bertie Cartwright, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair TV. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 476,

190 Hickory WHKY-TV (Channel 14) The Long Family Partnership, Box 1059, Hickory, NC (704) Thomas E. Long, gen. mgr.; Jeffrey B. Long, sta. mgr.; nat'l sls. mgr.; Jim Carr, sls. mgr.; Frank Jones, news dir.; JuJu Phillips, sports dir.; Lynne Critcher, traffic mgr. Operation: 1968; TV households: 125,700. High Point WGHP-TV (Channel 8) P.O. Box TV 8, Greensboro, NC 27420; (919) David Boylan, v.p./gen. mgr.; Frank Terry, bus. mgr.; Quinn Koontz, gen. sls. mgr.; Jim Ogle, news dir. Operation: October, 1963; TV households: 1,618,000. Lexington WEJC (Channel 20) Koinonia Ministries, Inc., Rt. I, Box 2020, Lexington, NC (704) William P. Register, pres. & gen. mgr. Operation: October, New Bern WCTI-TV (Channel 12) ABC Diversified Communications, P.O. Box 2325, New Bern, NC (919) William D. Webb, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Bill Knowles, sta. mgr. & news dir.; Frank Brady, gen. sls. mgr.; Carolyn Stevens, prog. dir.; Mike Barrett, chief eng. Raleigh WLFL-TV (Channel 22) FOX TVX of Raleigh -Durham, Inc., 1205 Front St., Raleigh, NC (919) Linda Cochran, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Kathy Bennett, natl. sls. mgr.; Jenny Zoeller, prog. dir.; Don Ingram, chief eng.; rep.: Seltel. Operation: December, WRAL-TV (Channel 5) CBS Capitol Broadcasting Co., P.O. Box 12,000, Raleigh, NC (919) James F. Goodmon, pres. & chief exec. off.; John M. Brennan, sr. v.p. & treas.; John L. Greene, sr. v.p.; Louise S. Stephenson, secty.; Paul Quinn, sta. mgr.; Wilbur Brann, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz Television American. Operation: 1956; TV sets in area: 950,000. Rocky Mount WFXB (Channel 47) FOX Family Bdcstg. Enterprises, Box 4750, Rocky Mount, NC (919) V. Bruce Whitehead, pres.; Robert J. Pelletier, gen. mgr.; G.C. Hughes, gen. sls. mgr.; Becky Johnson, prog. dir.; Dimitri Ferrell, film buyer; Jean Almand, promo. mgr.; Butch Pindell, news dir.; Bob Pelletier, chief eng.; rep.: Landin Media Sales. Operation: Aug. 31, Washington WITN-TV (Channel 7) NBC WITN-TV Inc., U.S. 17 South, Box Office 468, Washington, NC (919) Howard W. Meagle, Jr., v.p./gen. mgr.; Bill Stanley, gen. sls. mgr.; Mike Riddle, opns. mgr.; Al Manning, eng.; Fran Williams, bus. mgr.; Chris McDaniel, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: Sept. 1955; TVHH: 724,000. Wilmington WECT-TV (Channel 6) NBC Atlantic Telecasting Corp., 322 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC (919) Dan D. Cameron, pres.; Wayne Jackson, sta. mgr.; Bill Elks, Oper. dir.; C. D. Martin, Jr., sls. mgr.; Paul A. Brissette, Jr., exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Mike Loizides, chief eng.; Ernie Whitmeyer, prod. dir.; nat'l rep.: Adam Young. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 325,000. WJKA (Channel 26) CBS Wilmington Telecasters, Inc., 1926 Oleander Dr., Wilmington, NC (919) Kathrin Everett, pres.; Ty Watts, gen. mgr.; Bob Watson, gen. sls. mgr.; Aileen LeBlanc, dir. prog.; promo., public affairs.; Rick Carroll, chief eng.; Gina Klinefelter, bus. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: September, WWAY (Channel 3) ABC Adams TV of Wilmington, Box 2068, 615 N. Front St. Wilmington, NC (919) Paul A. Brissette, pres.-vice-chm.; Joe Schlegel, v.p. sls.; C.D. Martin, pres.-gen. mgr.; George Allen, v.p. opns.; Elliot Hunter, v.p., eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1964; TV households: 437,750. Winston-Salem WNRW-TV (Channel 45) Act III Bdcst. of Greensboro, 3500 Myer -Lee Dr., Winston- Salem, NC (919) Bert Ellis, pres.; Donita Todd, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Joel Kaczmarek, gen. sls. mgr.; Peter Wickwire, prog. dir. & film buyer; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: September, WXII-TV (Channel 12) NBC 700 Coliseum Drive, P.O. Box 11847, Winston-Salem, NC (919) Reynard A. Corley, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jim Hart, mktg. dir.; David L. Summers, gen. sls. mgr.; Roger Bergson, news dir.; Phyllis Sheffield, prog. dir.; Henry Hunt, dir. of engineering; nat'l rep.: Katz Television. Operation: 1953; households: 1,603,900 (TSA-May '83 ARB). NORTH DAKOTA Bismarck KBMY (Channel 17) ABC WDAY, Inc., 4007 State St., Bismarck, ND (710) Charles Bohnet, exec. v.p.; Dewey Heggen, gen. mgr.; Chuck Peterson, gen. sls. mgr.; Susan J. Elder, prog. dir.; Bob 505

191 Prowse, prom. mgr.; Becky Jones, news dir.; Jerry Grimstad, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Katz. Operation: March, KFYR-TV (Channel 5) NBC Meyer Broadcasting Co., Broadway at Fourth, Bismarck, ND (701) Judith Johnson, pres.; Tom Barr, gen. mgr.; Jerry Hegel, gen. sls. mgr.; Jim Sande, prog. & opns. mgr.; Rich Beierle, dir. eng.; nat'l rep: Blair Television Associates. Operation: 1953; TV homes in area: 144,000. KXMB-TV (Channel 12) CBS Reiten Television, Inc., 1811 N. 15th, Bismarck, ND (701) John VonRueden, gen. mgr. & gen. sls. mgr.; Darrell Dorgan, news dir.; George McDonald, prod. mgr.; Rocky Hefty, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: 1955; TV sets in area: 55,000. Devil's Lake -Grand Forks WDAZ-TV (Channel 8) ABC (Satellite of WDAY-TV, Fargo, ND) WDAY Inc., 301 So. 8th St. N, Fargo, ND (701) Robert Keer, gen. mgr.; Karen Dietz, promo. mgr.; rep.: Katz; Andy McDermott Ltd. (Canada). Operation: Dickinson KOCD-TV (Channel 7) NBC Meyer Broadcasting Co., Radar Base Road, Dickinson, ND (201) Tim Anderson, mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair TV Operation: KXMA-TV (Channel 2) CBS Reiten Television, Inc., Drawer B, Dickinson, ND (701) Charles Tibor, pres. & gen. mgr. & sls. mgr.; Duane Parlicek, promo. mgr.; Louis Tysver, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: 1956; TV sets in area: 52,000. Fargo KTHI-TV, (Channel 11) NBC Spokane Television, Inc., Box 1878, Fargo, ND (701) ; Box 127, Grand Forks, ND (701) John Hrubesky, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Greg Holder, gen. sls. mgr.; Dale Bosch, sta. mgr.; Carol Gillett, traffic mgr.; Roger Johnson, chief eng. KVRR (Channel 15) Red River Broadcast Corp., th Ave., SW Fargo, ND (701) Jane Boler, gen. mgr.; Greg Baldwin, sls. mgr.; Kent Lien, prog. dir. & film buyer; Gary Goodrich, dir. mktg.; Chuck Trautner, dir. eng. Operation: February, WDAY-TV (Channel 6) ABC WDAY, Inc., 301 So. 8th St., Fargo, ND (701) Charles Bohnet, exec. v.p.-gen. mgr.; Robert Prowse, promo. mgr.; Cole Carley, gen. sls mgr.; nat'l rep: Katz. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 174,700. Jamestown KJRR (Channel 7) FOX Red River Bdcst. Corp., th Ave., S.W., Fargo, ND (701) Myron Kunin, pres.; Jane Boler, gen. mgr.; Greg Baldwin, gen. sls. mgr.; Kent Lien, prog. dir.; Wayne Ramsey, promo. mgr.; Tim Anderson, chief eng.; rep.: ITS. Operation: Sept. 1, Minot KMCY (Channel 14) ABC WDAY, Inc., Box 2276, Minot, ND (701) Staff: same as KBMY, Bismarck, except Jerry Grimstad, chief. eng. Natl. rep.: Katz. Operation: June, KMOT (Channel 10) NBC Meyer Broadcasting Co., Box 1120, Minot, ND (701) Judy Johnson, pres.; Wayne L. Sanders, sta. mgr. KXMC-TV (Channel 13) CBS KXMC TV, Inc., 3425 S. Broadway, Box 1686, Minot, ND, (701) Chester Reiten, pres. & gen. mgr.; Henry Buechler, mgr.; Rod Romine, prog. dir.; Duane Aase, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 129,000. Valley City -Fargo KXJB-TV (Channel 4) CBS North American Communication Corp., th Ave. So. Fargo, ND (701) Bruce Barnes, pres. & gen. mgr.; Paul Wickre, gen. sls. mgr.; Arvid Sonstelie, chief eng.; nat'l rep., Seltel. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 214,000. Williston KUMV-TV (Channel 8) Box 1287, Williston, ND 58801; Meyer Broadcasting Co., 602 Main St., Williston, ND William A. Ekberg, pres.; Cherie Olson Harms, sta. mgr. Operation: KXMD-TV (Channel 11) CBS 1219 Knoll, P.O. Box 790, Williston, ND (701) Chester Reiten, pres.; Marilyn Karst, gen. & gen. sls. mgr.; Rodney Romine, prog. dir.; Wayne MacNamara, chief eng.; Seltel. Operation: 1969 OHIO Akron WAKC-TV (Channel 23) ABC Group One Bcstg., 853 Copley Rd., Akron, OH (216) Roger G. Berk, pres. & gen. mgr.; Chip Fox, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr.; Wm. F O'Neil, Jr., prog. dir.; Leo Zody, film ed.; Earl Miller, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Spot Time. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 340,

192 WBNX-TV (Channel 55) Winston Bdcstg., Network, Inc., 2690 State Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, OH (216) Mailing address: P.O. Box 91660, Cleveland, OH (216) Lou Spangler, pres. & gen. mgr.; Terry Schultz, gen. sls. mgr.; Anne Catherine Keith, sta. mgr. & prog. dir.; Margie Coger, prom. mgr.; Steven Nelson, chief eng. Operation: December, Canton WDLI (Channel 17) Trinity Bdcstg. Network, 6600 Atlantic Blvd., Louisville, OH (216) Dale K. Osborn, sta. mgr. & chief eng.; Rebecca Osborn, prog. dir. Operation: January, WOAC (Channel 67) Canton 67, 4867 Fulton Dr., NW, Canton, OH (216) Donald Kent, pres.; Mike Larson, gen. mgr.; Phil Sherck, gen. sls. mgr.; Kevin Hoffman, prog. dir.; Scott Davis, news dir.; Lee Carpenter, chief eng. Operation: September Cincinnati WCPO-TV (Channel 9) CBS Scripps -Howard Broadcasting Co., 500 Central Ave., Cincinnati, OH (513) Frank Gardner, gen. mgr., J.B. Chase, asst. gen. mgr. & gen. sls. mgr.; Rick Reeves, dir. of ops.; J.B. Chase, gen. sls. mgr.; Jeff Sales, nat'l sls. mgr.; lack Calalan, news dir.; Hasker Nelson, dir. of community affairs; Ruth Ackerman, Icl. sls. Will (Channel 64) 5177 Fishwick Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45216; (513) Stephen Kent, gen. mgr.; Dolores Rehn, bus. mgr.; David Schackmann, sls. mgr.; Ray Pelzel, chief eng. Operation: WKRC-TV (Channel 12) ABC Taft Broadcasting Company, 1906 Highland Avenue, Cincinnati, OH (513) Charles Mechem, bd. chm.; Terry Connelly, gen. mgr. & v.p.; Ann Bryant, prog. dir.; Craig Millar, gen. sls. mgr.; Leon Brown, chief eng.; Chuck Denendra, nat'l sis. mgr.; Bob Weinstein, Icl. sls. mgr.; Don North, news dir.; John Hill, film dir. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 1,004,100. WLWT (Channel 5) NBC 140 W. Ninth St., Cincinnati, OH 45202; (513) Anthony H. Kiernan, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Cliff Abromats, news dir.; Diana Richardson, prog. dir.; Harry Schneider, controller; Florence Parker, dir. community svcs.; Jerry Blankenbeker, chief eng.; Mickey Fisher, traf. mgr.; Thomas Storey, film dir.; nati rep.: Katz Television. Operation: 1948; households: 2,221,800 (TSA-May '83 ARB). WXIX-TV (Channel 19) FOX Malrite Communications Group, Inc., Taconic Terrace, Cincinnati, OH (513) John Chaffee, pres.; Bill Jenkins, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Patrice Mohn, prog. dir.; Gracelyn Brown, prom. mgr.; Suzanne Kay, news dir.; Jim Parker, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Petry. Operation: November, Cleveland WEWS (Channel 5) ABC Scripps Howard Broadcasting Co., 3001 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH (216) Richard J. Janssen, pres. & CEO; James H. Knight, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jane Sherwin, gen. sls. mgr.; John Tamerlano, natl. sls. mgr.; Gary Stark, prog. dir.; Seth Alspaugh, creative svcs. dir.; John L. Ray, news dir.; rep. Blair -TV, Inc. Operation: 1947; Total TV househods: 1,824,400. WJW-TV (Channel 8) CBS Gillett Communications of Ohio, Inc., 5800 S. Marginal Rd., Cleveland OH (216) Virgil Dominic, pres.; Mike Renda, dir. sls.; Mike Renda, nat'l sls. mgr.; Louis Gattozzi, dir. opns.; Thomas Miller, dir. tech. svcs.; Joann Stern, dir. creative svcs.; Thomas Flavellr, controller; Phyllis Quail, news dir. Operation: WKYC-TV (Channel 3) NBC National Broadcasting Co., 1403 East Sixth Street, Cleveland, OH (216) John Llewellyn, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Dan Klintworth, adv. & promo. mgr.; David Boylan, dir. of sls.; Raymond Smith, dir., tech. ops.; Kathleen McNulty, bus. mgr.; Gregory R. Stehlin, prog. dir.; Ron Bilek, news dir.; nat'l rep.: NBC Spot Sales. Operation: 1948; TV sets in area: 3,663,800. WQHS (Channel 61) Silver King Bdcstg. of Ohio, Inc., 2861 W. Ridgewood Dr., Parma, OH (216) Gerald Kerwin, v.p. & sta. mgr.; Sharon Roman, prog. dir.; Teri James, traf. mgr.; Dave Smith, chief eng. Operation: Mar. 3, Columbus WBNS-TV (Channel 10) CBS Dispatch Printing Co., 770 Twin Rivers Drive, Columbus, OH (216) Gene D'Angelo, pres. & gen. mgr.; Arnold Routson, v.p. sls.; William Orr, v.p., eng'.; John A. Haldi, vice pres., prgm.; Dale Laackman, prod. dir.; Gerald Cary, treas.; Larry Maisel, News dir.; Jay Scafone, dir. adv. & promo.; nat'l rep.:. Blair TV Inc. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 557,400. WCMH-TV (Channel 4) NBC Outlet Broadcasting, 3165 Olentagny River Rd., Columbus, OH (614) David E. Henderson, pres.; Gary Robinson, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jeff Cash, gen. sls. mgr.; Bill Lanesey, natl. sls. mgr.; Robert Shaw, prog. dir.; Janna Petry, promo. mgr.; Ron Bilek, news dir.; Ralph Landon, chief eng.; Paul Ernst, prog. dir.; Lance Carwile, film dir.; natl. rep.: Katz. Operation: 1949; TV homes in area: 1,494,000. WSYX (Channel 6) ABC Anchor Media, 1271 Dublin Road, Columbus, OH (614) Jack Sander, pres.; Charles Wing, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Jim Conshafter, gen. sls. mgr.; Russ Reed, prog. mgr.; Kathy Ward, promo. dir.; Bill Seaman, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 727,

193 WTTE (Channel 28) WTTE Channel 28, Inc., 6130 Sunbury Rd., Box 280, Columbus, OH 43216; (614) John T. Quigley, gen. mgr.; Steve Marks, gen. sls. mgr.; Oran D. Gough, opns. dir.; Joe Subich, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: June, Dayton WDTN (Channel 2) ABC 4595 South Dixie Ave., P.O. Box 741, Dayton, OH Philip M. Stolz, exec. v.p. & gen. mgr.; Larry Ryan, gen. sls. mgr.; Kirk Szesney, promo. mgr.; Steve Fisher, sta. mgr.; O. Ted Lester, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1949; TV homes in area: 1,029,500. WHIO-TV (Channel 7) CBS Miami Valley Broadcasting Corp., 1414 Wilmington Avenue, Dayton, OH (513) Stanley G. Mouse, pres.; Neil Pugh, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Don Kemper, sta. mgr.; John Hayes, gen. sls. mgr.; John Hanley, cont.; Robert Wells, dir. of info. svcs.; John Clark, prog. dir.; Sim Kollinger, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Tele -rep. Operation: 1949; TV households in area: 497,000. WKEF (Channel 22) ABC KT Communications, 1731 Soldiers Home Road, Dayton, OH (513) James Graham, gen. mgr. & prog. dir.; Doug Gealy, 1cl. sls. mgr.; Darrell Hunter, chief eng. & prod. mgr.; Sandy Patton, promo dir.; Bruce Parker, news dir.; rep.: Katz. Operation: 1964; TV households: 1,399,000. WRGT-TV (Channel 45) FOX Dayton Telecasting, Inc., 45 Broadcast Plaza, Dayton, OH 45408; (503) U. Bertram Ellis, pres. & CEO; Bill Castleman, exec. v.p.; Dave Miller, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Ken Beedle, gen. sls. mgr.; Linda 'Triplett, opns. mgr.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: September, Lima WLIO-TV (Channel 35) NBC Lima Communications Corporation, 1424 Rice Ave., Lima, Ohio (419) James C. Dages, pres. & gen. mgr.; James Garling, prog. dir; Fred Vobbe, chief eng.; Bruce A. Opperman, sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: The Katz Co. Operation: 1952; TV sets in area: 464,300. WTLW (Channel 44) American Christian TV Services, Inc., 1844 Baty Rd., Lima, OH 45807; (419) Gary Cooper, pres.; Robert Placie, sta. mgr.; Ron Mighell, v.p., dir.; Jeffrey G. Millslagle, prog. dir.; John Owens, prod. dir.; Robert Armistead, devel. dir.; Ray Tanner, chief eng. Operation: June, Lorain -Cleveland WUAB (Channel 43) Gaylord Broadcasting Co. of Ohio, 8443 Day Dr., Parma, OH (216) James R. Terrell, pres.; Michael E. Schuch, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Rex Rickly, chief eng.; rep.: MMT. Newark WSFJ (Channel 51) Christian Television of Ohio, Inc., Jacksontown Rd., Thornville, OH (614) Betty]. Stanley, pres. & gen. mgr.; Charlotte Reichley, prog. dir.; nat'l rep.: Hugh Wallace. Operation: Sandusky WGGN-TV (Channel 52) Christian Faith Bcstg., Box 2397, Sandusky, OH (419) Rusty Yost, gen. mgr.; Gene Asberry, chief eng. Operation: December, Shaker Heights WOIO (Channel 19) FOX Channel 19, Inc., 2720 Van Aken Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44120; (216) Hubert Payne, pres.; Dennis Thatcher, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Dave Smith, gen. sls. mgr.; Steve Daniloff, natl. sls. mgr.; Jackie Krejcik, Icl. sls. mgr.; Richard Sullivan, dir. opns.; Craig Wright, promo. mgr.; James Somich, chief eng.; natl. rep.: Petry. Operation: May, Springfield WTJC (Channel 26) Miami Valley Christian Television Inc., Box 26, Dayton, OH (513) Marvin D. Sparks, pres.; Deborah H. Back, sls. mgr.; John Elliott, chief eng.; Rev. Jeff Mohr, dir. outreach; Vic Costello, prod. dir. Operation: 1980 Steubenville WTOV-TV (Channel 9) ABC, NBC Television Station Partners, Box 9999, Steubenville, OH I. Martin Pompadur, CEO; Ziff Corp.; Ralph E. Becker, COO; Gary R. Bolton, v.p. & gen. mgr.; James McCreary, v.p., cont.; Tim McCoy, opns. mgr. Toledo WNWO-TV (Channel 24) ABC Toledo Television Investors Ltd. Partnership, 300 S. Byrne Rd., Toledo, OH (419) Brett Cornwell, v.p./gen. mgr.; Linda Blackburn, gen. sls. mgr.; Michael S. Przybylski, bus. mgr.; Harold W. Thompson, chief eng.; rep.: Petry. Operation: 1966; TV households: 1,775,100. WTOL (Channel 11) CBS Cosmos Broadcasting Corp., P.O. Box 715, Toledo, OH (419) S. Wheeler Rudd, v.p. & gen. mgr.; John Cottingham, gen. sls. mgr.; Rita Wissman, nat'l sls. mgr.; Rick Gevers, news dir.; Steve Israel, prog. dir.; Wayne Thing, prod. mgr.; Sharon Newson, pub. affairs dir.; Don Kennedy, bus. mgr.; Stu Hinze chief eng.; Nancy Gruhler, traffic mgr.; nat'l rep.: MMT Sales. Operation: 1958; TV sets in area: 1,405,

194 WTVG-TV (Channel 13) NBC 4247 Dorr St., Toledo OH (419) H. W. Ray, pres.; Andy Lee, v.p., mgr.; George Carlino. nat'l sls. mgr.; Marc Stover, Icl. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1948; TV sets in area: 2,414,100. WUPW (Channel 36) FOX Toledo TV Ltd., Four SeaGate, Toledo, OH (419) Larry Blum pres. & gen. mgr.; Dennis C. Kate11, prog. dir., promo. mgr. & film buyer; Steven W. Punitieri, chief eng.; rep.: Blair. Operation: Sept. 22, Youngstown WFMJ-TV (Channel 21) NBC WFMJ-TV, Inc., 101 W. Boardman St., Youngstown, OH (216) Betty H. Brown Jagnow, pres.; John A. Grdic, gen. mgr.; Hornean Baxter, film dir.; Larry Oleson, chief eng.; nat'l rep., Blair TV. Operation: 1953; TV households in area: 280,500. WKBN-TV (Channel 27) CBS WKBN Broadcasting Corp., 3930 Sunset Blvd., Youngstown, OH (216) W. P. Williamson, Jr., bd. chm.; Doris Saloom, secty.; W. P. Williamson, III, pres. & gen. mgr.; J.D. Williamson, v.p. bdcst. opns.; Mike Seachman, opns. mgr.; W.F. Decker, sta. mgr.; C.R. Wade, sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz Agency. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 514,000. WYTV (Channel 33) ABC WYTV, 3800 Shady Run Rd., Youngstown, OH (216) A. Richard Benedek, pies.; Geoffrey Pearce, gen. mgr.; Joseph S. Dobosh, gen. sls. mgr.; Frank Marafiote, prog. dir.; Tony Mancino, promo. mgr.; Tom Mock, news dir.; Arthur W. Taylor, chief eng. Zanesville WHIZ -TV (Channel 18) NBC, ABC Southeastern Ohio Television System, Downard Rd., Zanesville, OH (614) Allan Land, group mgr.; Barbara Mitter, prog. dir.; Van Vanelli, gen. sls. mgr.; Elmer Hartmeyer, chief eng.; Franklin Young, film oper. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1953: TV sets in area: 250,000. OKLAHOMA Ada KTEN (Channel 10) ABC, CBS, NBC Eastern Oklahoma Television Co., Inc., P.O. Box 728, Ada, OK (405) Tom Johnson, pres. & gen. mgr.; Bill Green, chief eng.; Dan Hoover, v.p. & prog. dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 178,310. Ardmore KXII-TV (Channel 12) CBS, NBC K-12, Ltd., Box 1175, Sherman, TX (214) M.N. Bostick, pres.; Richard R. Adams, gen. mgr.; Dennis Kite, chief eng.; Mike Leucke, prod. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Seltel. Operation: Bartlesville KDOR (Channel 17) All American TV, Inc., Box 1700, Talala, OK (918) Sonny Arguinzoni, pies.; Terry Hickey, exec. dir.; Thomas Harrison, gen. mgr.; Leonard Wallace, chief eng. Operation: February, Lawton KSWO-TV (Channel 7) ABC KSWO Television Co., Inc., P.O. Box 708, Lawton, OK (405) R. H. Drewry, pres.; Larry Patton, gen. mgr.; Jim Lockerd, chief eng. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 225,000. Oklahoma City KAUT (Channel 43) Heritage Media of Oklahoma, Box 14843, Oklahoma City, OK 73113; (405) Harlan Reams, gen. mgr.; Julie Nelson, 1cl. sls. mgr.; Curtis Grant, promo. mgr.; Dian Johnson, prog. mgr.; Jay Holmes, chief eng. Operation: November, KGMC (Channel 34) Oklahoma City Bdcstg. Co., 1501 NE 85th, Oklahoma City, OK (405) Ted Baze, gen. mgr.; Ken Belford, gen. sls. mgr.; Greg Miller, v.p & chief eng.; Judy Lisenby, prog. dir.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: KOCO-TV (Channel 5) ABC Gannett Broadcast Group, 1300 E. Britton Road, Oklahoma City, OK Tom Kirby, pres. & gen. mgr.; Lou Morlino, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr.; Ted Newcomb, v.p. & chief eng.; Lynette Rodriguez, comps.; Mike Palmer, v.p., bdcst. op. Operation: 1954; TV households: 834,600. KOKH (Channel 25) Busse Broadcasting Corp., 1228 E. Wilshire Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK (405) James Harmeyer, pres. & gen. mgr.; Craig Bachman, gen. sls. mgr.; Patricia Wallace, prog. dir.; Laura Shepherd, crea. svcs. dir.; Ronnie Kaye, news dir.; D.K. Hart, chief eng. Operation: KSBI (Channel 52) Locke Supply Co., Box 26128, 1300 SE 82nd St., Oklahoma City, OK (405) Don J. Locke, pres.; Ronald 7Ldor, chief eng. Operation: Sept. 19, KTBO-TV (Channel 14) Trinity Bcstg. of Oklahoma, 3705 NW 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK (405) Paul F. Crouch, pres.; Al Brown, gen. mgr.; John Gordon, chief eng. Operation: March, KTVY (Channel 14) NBC Knight-Ridder Bdcstg. Inc., 500 East Britton Road, Oklahoma City, OK (405)

195 Robert F. Finke, pres. & gen. mgr.; Paul Wise, gen. sls. mgr.; Stuart Kellogg, news & mktg. dir.; Bob Ablah, chief eng. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 613,500. Morgan, opns. mgr.; Gary Murphy. lcl. sls. mgr.: Darryl Ferguson, chief eng. Operation: April, KWTV (Channel 9) CBS Griffin Television, Inc. P.O. Box 14159, Oklahoma City, OK (405) Duane Hann, pres. & gen. mgr.; Al Sandubrae, sta. mgr.; Russ Elkin, chief eng.; Rick Buchanan, mktg. man.; nat'l rep.: Telerep. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 847,800. Sayre KVIJ-TV (Satellite of KVII-TV, Amarillo, TX) Marsh Media, Inc., One Broadcast Center, Amarillo, TX (806) Rep.: Katz Television. Operation: Tulsa KGCT-TV (Channel 41) 5807 S. Garnett St., Tulsa, OK (918) Leonard Anderson, pres.; William Dan Harley, mgr. & gen. sls. mgr.; Peggy Marsh, office mgr.; C.E. Martin, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Spot Time. Operation: May, KJRH-TV (Channel 2) NBC Scripps -Howard Broadcasting Company, P.O. Box 2, Tulsa, OK (918) Ben Hevel, gen. mgr.; William J. Donahue, asst. gen. mgr.; Tom Hauff, news dir.; Michael J. Vrabac, gen. sls. mgr.; Vic Turner, chief eng.; nat'l rep.; Blair Television. Operation: 1954; TV sets in area: 460,300. KOKI-TV (Channel 23) Tulsa 23, 7422 E. 46 Place, Tulsa, OK (918) James U. Lavenstein, pres. & gen. mgr.; Mark Cortner, gen. sls. mgr.; Eugene Wilkin, prog. dir. & film buyer; Ben Frizzell, creative svcs. mgr.; Robert G. Hardie, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: November, KOTV (Channel 6) CBS KOTV, Inc., 320 S. Frankfort St., Tulsa, OK (918) Lee Salzberger, pres. & gen. mgr.; Jan Wilson, prog. coord.; David Cassidy, news dir.; Nick Nicholson, gen. sls. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Telerep. Operation: 1949 KTUL-TV (Channel 8) ABC KTUL-TV, Inc., Box 8, Tulsa, OK (918) Allen Feuer, pres. & gen. mgr.; Randy Pratt, v.p. & gen. mgr. Terry Wilson, prog. dir.; Charles Ray, prom. mgr.; Roman Hlohowskyj, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Petry. Operation: 1954; TV homes in area: 481,400. KWHB (Channel 47) Television Communications, Inc., Box , Tulsa, OK (918) Peter Sumrall, gen. mgr.; Jim Shaffer, gen. sls. mgr.; Steve OREGON Bend KTVZ (Channel 21) CBS, NBC Resort Bdcstg. Co., Box 149, Bend, OR (503) John Larkin, gen. mgr.; Duncan Laing, sls. mgr.; Teresa Bollard, ops. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: Coos Bay KCBY-TV (Channel 11) CBS (Satellite of KVAL-TV, Eugene, OR) Northwest Television, Inc., P.O. Box 1156, Coos Bay, OR (503) Bruce Bennett, sta. mgr.; Tim Hershiser, chief eng. Eugene KEZI-TV (Channel 9) ABC KEZI, Inc., P.O. Box 7009, Eugene, OR (503) Carolyn S. Chambers, pres.; Bruce Liljegren, gen. mgr.; Dave Larson, asst. sta. mgr.; Beth Cookson, nat'llreg. sls.; Bruce A. Barrett, gen. sls. mgr.; Joe Smelser, prod. mgr.; Dennis Hunt, chief eng. Operation: 1960; TV households: 226,200. KMTR-TV (Channel 16) NBC KMTR, Inc., Box 7308, Eugene, OR (503) Robert W. Davis, pres. & gen. mgr.; Cam Wilson, v.p. & gen. sls. mgr. Julie Strandlien, prog. dir.; Cambra Ward, promo. mgr.; Paul Riess, news dir.; Jerry Madsen, chief eng.; nat'l rep.; Seltel. Operation: October, KVAL-TV (Channel 13) Primary CBS Northwest Television, Inc., Blanton Heights, P.O. Box 1313, Eugene, OR (503) James W. Putney, v.p., gen. mgr.; John Doyle, news dir.; Dave Weinkauf, gen. sls. mgr.; Greg Raschio, Icl, sls, dir.; Paul Greene, prog. dir.; Jim Bowen, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz Television, Inc. Operation: 1954; TV households in area: 482,200. Klamath Falls KOTI-TV (Channel 2) NBC California/Oregon Broadcasting Co., P.O. Box 2K, Klamath Falls, OR (503) Patricia Smullin, pies.; Ed Zander, gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Blair; reg. rep.: Blair. Operation: Medford KDRV (Channel 12) Sunshine TV, Inc., 1090 Knutson Ave., Medford, OR (503) John Hash, pres.; Keith Lollis, gen. mgr; Rick Carrara, chief eng. Operation: February,

196 KOBI-TV (Channel 5) NBC California Oregon Broadcasting Inc., P.O. Box 5M, Medford, OR (503) William B. Smullin, founder; Patricia C. Smullin, pres.; Patricia D. Smullin, v.p., treas.; Carol Anne Smullin Brown, v.p.; Richard W. Green, v.p.; Ed Zander, gen. mgr.; Bill Kirk, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: KTVL-TV (Channel 10) CBS Freedom Communications, Inc., Box 10, Medford, OR (503) Ed Ivey, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Thomas Long, gen. sls. mgr.; Marvin Rhodes, prog. dir.; Mel Tynan, chief eng. Operation: 1961; TV households: 127,800. Portland KATU (Channel 2) ABC Fisher Broadcasting, Inc., 2153 N.E. Sandy Blvd., Portland, OR (503) Sherwood V. Hinman, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Robert D. Kalstad, v.p. & sta. mgr.; Leland Petrik, prog. dir.; Robert Moore, chief eng.; Thomas Oberg, gen. sls. mgr.; Jim Rogers, nat'l sls. mgr.; rep.: Telerep. Operation: 1962; TV households: 795,100. KGW-TV (Channel 8) NBC King Broadcasting Company, 1501 S. W. Jefferson St., Portland, OR (503) Steve Clifford, pres. & CEO; Eric Bremmer, pres. bdcst.; Dennis Williamson, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Steve Newman, gen. sls. mgr.; Craig Smith, prog. dir.; Joe Fellhauer, promo. mgr.; Reagan Ramsey, news dir.; Lynn Kurth, chief eng. Operation: KOIN-TV (Channel 6) CBS KOIN-TV, Inc., 222 S.W. Columbia St., Portland, OR (503) R. M. Schafbuch, gen. mgr.; Steve Currie, bdcst. opr. mgr.; Brian Holmes, gen. sls. mgr.; Karen Lee Rice, promo. mgr.; Lee Wood, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Harrington, Righter & Parsons. Operation: 1953; TV sets in area: 1,148,500. KPTV (Channel 12) Oregon Television, Inc., P.O. Box 3401, Portland, OR 97208; 735 S. W. 20th Place, Portland, OR (503) Marty Brantley, pres. & gen. mgr.; Connie Martin, gen. sls. mgr.; Gregg Shelby, nat'l sls. mgr.; Gordon White, prog. mgr. & film buyer; Barbara Deaton, promo. mgr.; Bob Nelson, chief eng.; rep.: Tele -Rep. Operation: 1952; TV households: 785,700. Roseburg KPIC (Channel 4) CBS Primary (Affiliate of KVAL-TV, Eugene, OR) Southwest Oregon Television Broadcasting Corp., studio & office: 655 West Umpqua, Roseburg, OR 97470; (503) Don Tykeson, pres.; Don Cithero, sta. mgr.; Jim Putney, gen. mgr.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: Salem KBSP (Channel 22) Blackstar Communications of Oregon, Inc., 4923 Indian School Rd., N.E., Salem, OR (503) Christopher Desmond, pres., gen. mgr.; Judy Koeney, prog. dir. & film buyer; Tim Mance, chief eng. Operation: November, PENNSYLVANIA Allentown WFMZ-TV (Channel 69) Maranatha Broadcasting Co., Inc., E. Rock Rd., Allentown, PA (215) Richard C. Dean, pres. & gen. mgr.; David G. Hinson, prog. dir.; Brad Rinehart, news dir.; Dean Dallmann, sls. mgr.; Kathy Craine, office mgr.; Barry Fisher, chief eng. Operation: November, Altoona WATM (Channel 23) NBC Evergreen Bdcstg. Corp., 211 Townsend, Birmingham, Ml (814) Robert N. Smith, pres. ; Martin Ostrow, gen. & gen. sls. mgr.; Chris Taylor, prog. dir. & film buyer; Bob Andrade, chief eng. Operation: WTAJ-TV (Channel 10) CBS A Gateway Station; 5000 Sixth Avenue, Altoona, PA (814) Stephen W. Dant, gen. mgr.; Bob Eger, nat'l sls. mgr.; David Metz, prog. mgr.; Richard Kline, chief eng. Operation: Erie WETG (Channel 66) Gannon Univ. Bdcstb., Inc., University Square, Erie, PA (814) Anthony]. Miceli, gen. mgr.; Larry A. Lewis, gen. sls. mgr.; Anne Marie Brault, prog. dir.; Jeff Honard, prod. mgr.; Dennis Spagnolo, chief eng.; rep.: Commercial. Operation: Sept. 2, WICU (Channel 12) NBC Great Lakes Communications, Inc., 3514 State St. Erie, PA (814) Priscilla Lamb Schwier, pres.; Clarence Paolella, gen. mgr. & film buyer; Mike Csop, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz Operation: 1949; TV sets in area: 274,000. WJET-TV (Channel 24) ABC JET Broadcasting Co., Inc., 8455 Peach St., Erie, PA (814) Myron Jones, pres.; John Kanzius, exec. v.p./gen. mgr.; John Kanzius, prog. dir.; Steve Drexler, news dir.; nat'l rep.: Blair. Operation: 1966; TV households: 160,500. WSEE (Channel 35) CBS Keystone Bdcstg. Co., 1220 Peach St., Erie, PA (814) Jerry Montgomery, v.p. & gen. mgr.; William Podbielski, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: MMT. Operation: 1954; U.H.F. sets in area 245,

197 Greensburg/Pittsburgh W PCB -TV Cornerstone TeleVision, Inc., Wall, PA, Greensburg, PA (412) R. Russell Bixler, pres.; Oleen Eagle, gen. mgr.; David Skeba, prog. mgr.; Blake Richert, chief eng. Operation: April, Harrisburg WHP-TV (Channel 21) CBS -TV WWHP, Inc., P.O. Box 1507, Harrisburg, PA (717) Tom Girocco, pres. & gen. mgr.; Chris Fickes, news dir.; Tom Miller, nat'l sls. mgr.; Maurice Gannaway, dir. eng.; nat'l rep.: Katz. Operation: 1953; TV households in ADI: 550,600. WHTM-TV (Channel 27) ABC Box 5860, Harrisburg, PA (717) Robert Smith, pres.; John Purcell, v.p. & gen. mgr.; Paul O'Dell, sta. mgr.; Mary Felder, prom. mgr.; Holly Stewart, news dir.; Donald Landis, chief eng.; Joseph Fry, contrl.; nat'l rep.: Harrington, Righter & Parsons. Operation: June, 1953; TV sets in area: 538,000. Johnstown WPJT-TV (Channel 19) WFAT, Inc., 108 Allenbill Dr., Johnstwon Industrial Park, Johnstown, PA (814) S.F. Royster, gen. mgr.; Ron Pateher, sta. mgr., prog. dir. & Icl. sls. mgr.; Earl Garber, tech. eng. Operation: WJAC-TV (Channel 6) NBC WJAC, Inc., Hickory Lane, Johnstown, PA (814) James M. Edwards, Sr., pres.; Richard D. Schrott, v.p.; Jolene Courter, prog. dir.; Rob Abele, chief eng.; nat'l rep.: Harrington, Righter & Parsons. Operation: 1949; TV sets in area, 1,372,860. WWCP-TV (Channel 8) FOX Evergreen