The Importance of Arthur Penn’s TV Roots and a Challenge to Leslie Moonves, Josh Sapan, Charlie Collier, Bonnie Hammer and Their Industry Colleagues

Sep 30, 2010  •  Post A Comment

TVWeek Open Mic blogger Chuck Ross explains the importance of Arthur Penn’s TV roots. Penn, the director of the popular, undeniably influential movie "Bonnie and Clyde," died this week.

Ross connects the TV (and Broadway) dots of Penn’s life, and then comes up with a very exciting and appealing challenge for Leslie Moonves of CBS, Josh Sapan and Charlie Collier of Rainbow Media and AMC, Bonnie Hammer of NBC Universal Cable and USA, and other top TV executives today.

To read this provocative blog entry, please click here.

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