Paul Levinson

Chairman of Communication and Media Studies, Fordham University

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Professor and Chair of Communication and Media studies at Fordham University,http://www.sff.net/people/paullevinson, he blogs at InfiniteRegress.tv

Paul Levinson on KCRW

With the  Hollywood screenwriters' strike  heading into its third month and a possible actors strike looming in 2008, is Hollywood headed for a complete shutdown of production?

Standoff between Striking Hollywood Writers and the Studios

With the Hollywood screenwriters' strike heading into its third month and a possible actors strike looming in 2008, is Hollywood headed for a complete shutdown of production?

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The  Writers Guild  claims it withdrew its proposal on DVD residuals yesterday, but claims the  Alliance of film and TV producers  still made unfair demands.  After the walk-out began…

Was This Strike Necessary?

The Writers Guild claims it withdrew its proposal on DVD residuals yesterday, but claims the Alliance of film and TV producers still made unfair demands.  After the walk-out began…

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