Episode 3, Michael Davis

From http://paleycenter.org/max-media

Max Media Media veteran Max Robins sits down with the industry’s most intriguing players to find out what makes them tick in the debut of Max Media, the Media Council’s new podcast.

Max Robins interviews Michael Davis, former TV Guide editor and author of Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street.

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