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November 26, 1989 | IRV LETOFSKY
Leland Masters was taking shape as a most odious person. He operates inside the White House and has infinite political and military influence and a picture of himself as an incredible American patriot. Now he has a new moral fervor--the economic destruction of Japan. In the tight little sixth-floor office on Hollywood Boulevard near La Brea, the air is thick with plot. Four huddled men are trying to figure this Masters.
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November 26, 1989 | IRV LETOFSKY
Leland Masters was taking shape as a most odious person. He operates inside the White House and has infinite political and military influence and a picture of himself as an incredible American patriot. Now he has a new moral fervor--the economic destruction of Japan. In the tight little sixth-floor office on Hollywood Boulevard near La Brea, the air is thick with plot. Four huddled men are trying to figure this Masters.
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June 17, 2010 | By Dawn C. Chmielewski, Los Angeles Times
Television producer Joel Surnow defies tradition. The creator of the long-running Fox show "24" flouted prime-time conventions with an adrenaline-fueled series that played out in "real time" — and remained on network television for eight seasons. As the producer enters production on his latest TV project, the History Channel miniseries "The Kennedys," Surnow is once again breaking rules. He set up what he's calling a "virtual studio" — an independent production company in the mold of Aaron Spelling Productions and Carsey/Warner — to sell scripted television shows to broadcast and cable networks, without relying on network financing.
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