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Film and Digital Media
This guide focuses on resources for film and digital media students.
Delivers data and information that tracks people, projects, and companies across film, television and digital entertainment. It includes up to date and accurate development slates for TV networks, film studios and digital platforms so students are better informed about what Hollywood is buying and producing, direct contact information for over 50k entertainment executives, exportable project and talent lists, and talent representation including agents, managers, publicists and entertainment attorneys.
Includes almost every issue Variety has ever published, including articles, ads, front pages and back covers. Contents include the history of the entertainment business, information on film and television companies and their key players, and box office returns.
The Media History Digital Library is a non-profit initiative, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, dedicated to digitizing historic books and magazines about film, broadcasting, and recorded sound for broad public access.