Table of contents for The contemporary Hollywood film industry / edited by Paul McDonald and Janet Wasko.

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 Table of Contents
Notes on Contributors
Figures and Tables
Acknowledgments
Preface
Introduction					
Part I: The Structure of the Industry
1. The Studio System and Conglomerate Hollywood		
Tom Schatz	
			
2. Finance and Production: Creating the Film Commodity
Janet Wasko	
		
3. Distribution and Marketing in Contemporary Hollywood
Philip Drake	
 		
4. Theatrical Exhibition: Accelerated Cinema
Charles Acland
			
5. Ancillary Markets ? Television: From Challenge to Safe Haven
Eileen R. Meehan
 		
6. Ancillary Markets -- Video and DVD: Hollywood Retools 
Frederick Wasser
 		
7. Ancillary Markets -- Video Games: Promises and Challenges of an Emerging Industry
Randy Nichols	
8. Ancillary Markets ? Recorded Music: Charting the Rise and Fall of the Soundtrack
Jeff Smith	
 								
Part II: Industry Dynamics
9. Hollywood Labor Relations: The Effects of Media Concentration on the Film and Television Workforce			
Susan Christopherson			
 
10. The Star System: Producing Hollywood Stardom in the Post-Studio Era
Paul McDonald		
 
11. Hollywood and the State: The American Film Industry Cartel in the Age of Globalization
Manjunath Pendakur		
 
12. Hollywood and Intellectual Property			
Ronald V. Bettig			
Part III: International Territories
13. Hollywood and the World: Export or Die		
John Trumpbour		
 
14. Britain: Hollywood UK	
Paul McDonald		
15. France: A Story of Love and Hate
Joel Augros			
 	
16. Germany: A Very Special Relationship		
Peter Kramer		
 	
17. Italy: The Rise and Fall of the Italian Market				
Krishna P. Jayakar and David Waterman	
 
18. Latin America: How Mexico and Argentina Cope and Cooperate with the Behemoth of the North			
Tamara L. Falicov
 		
19. East Asia: For Better of Worse
John A. Lent
 
20. India: Hollywood?s Domination, Extinction and Re-animation (with thanks to Jurassic Park)
Nitin Govil		
 
21. Australia and New Zealand: Expats in Hollywood and Hollywood South
David Newman	
Index		

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion picture industry -- California -- Los Angeles.