||Down through the years, The
Museum of Television & Radio in Beverly Hills has treated Mass Comm
101 very well.
For the third year in a row, we were invited to the William S. Paley
Television Festival. Writers, directors, actors and others get to screen
their televison show before a live audience, discuss the show in panel format,
and take questions from the audience.
The event we attended featured a screening of the post-nuclear drama
followed by a panel that included cast members, writers, and the show's director.
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