Michael Moye on advice to aspiring TV writers03:11
Elma Farnsworth on the reaction of her and her husband, inventor Philo T. Farnsworth on September 7, 1927 when he produced the first all-electronic TV picture with his Image Dissector tube02:27
Director Reza Badiyi on "the Reza sheet"02:12
Beatrice Arthur on finding her comedic voice03:06
Reuben Cannon on a typical casting session05:59
Winifred Hervey on tips for being an Executive Producer01:54
G.E. Smith on creating musical arrangements for Saturday Night Live03:18
Fred Silverman on how to create a winning schedule00:57
Janie Bryant on her advice to aspiring costume designers00:36
Katie Couric on lessons learned from being an anchor on Today
Television, in all of its forms and genres, has always depended on the cooperation of innumerable individuals. That collaboration includes everyone from the show creator who provides the concept, to the network executive who greenlights it, to the writers, casting professionals, propmasters, set designers, camera operators and the many others who bring that vision to the screen.
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I've always felt that this business is, at its best, a great collaboration.