Mike Medavoy

author, 'You're Only as Good as Your Next One'

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Chairman and CEO of Phoenix Pictures; author of You're Only as Good as Your Next One: 100 Great Films, 100 Good Films, and 100 for Which I Should Be Shot and co-author of American Idol after Iraq: Competing for Hearts and Minds in the Global Media Age

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