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Dr. Harvey Joshua Levin

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Apatow, best known for overseeing such ..., 12 June 2014 [cached]
Apatow, best known for overseeing such TV shows as "Freak and Geeks" and films such as "Bridesmaids," appealed directly to Harvey Levin, the founder of TMZ.
Neither TMZ or Levin responded on Twitter to the tweets.
TMZ Executive Producer Harvey ..., 29 Oct 2013 [cached]
TMZ Executive Producer Harvey Levin stated, "The show is going to attract people who love sports so they can learn more about the athletes they follow.
Hosted by Harvey Levin, the weekday vignette highlighting the world of celebrities airs on approximately 70 entertainment radio stations worldwide and reaches 2.4 million weekly listeners (Source: Arbitron, SP'13, Exact Times, Weekly Reach, Persons 12+).
In October 2012, Premiere and TMZ launched TMZ Live - a one-hour weekday radio program available to Talk radio stations. TMZ Live is an adaptation of the hour-long webcast and TV program of the same name, which gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the TMZ newsroom as executive producers Harvey Levin, Charles Latibeaudiere and the rest of the TMZ staff discuss hot topics and breaking news.
About Harvey Levin A prominent producer, investigative reporter, and attorney, Harvey Levin serves as Executive Producer of "TMZ. Harvey steers "TMZ" with the very same voice that he used to drive to unprecedented success. Dubbed "the guy who rules Hollywood" by the New York Daily News and "the man who may represent the future of celebrity journalism," by The New York Times, Harvey has made TMZ the go-to place for everything entertainment. He has guided TMZ to become one of the fastest growing and most successful brands ever launched on the Internet, and within seven months of its debut, it became the number one entertainment news website in the world.
Prior to TMZ, Harvey created and served as Executive Producer for the syndicated series "Celebrity Justice. Prior to launching "CJ," Levin served for 19 years as Co-Executive Producer and consultant for the television show "The People's Court," and he continues to host the interactive segments of the show. Levin has also served as Executive Consultant on the syndicated program "Moral Court" and Managing Editor of the syndicated program "Superior Court. He spent more than a decade as an investigative reporter for KCBS-TV in Los Angeles and covered numerous high-profile court cases for a number of top CBS stations across the country, including affiliates in New York and Chicago. Levin has received nine Emmy(R) Awards and numerous other local and national awards. He appears regularly on cable news networks and local and national programs, including stints as a guest host on CNN's "Larry King Live," providing commentary and analysis on a variety of topical issues.
For seven years, Levin was a legal columnist for the Los Angeles Times. Additionally, he has hosted radio talk shows for KABC-AM and KMPC-AM in Los Angeles.
Levin, a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School, began his career as a litigator at a prestigious Los Angeles law firm and has been a professor of law at three universities. He also served as a consultant for the American Bar Association and has testified before Congress on behalf of the organization.
Magazines & Newspapers - I Want Media, 28 Mar 2008 [cached]
"Page Six is a force in this genre," says Harvey Levin, head of
"Everything starts with a tip," said ..., 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
"Everything starts with a tip," said Harvey Levin, managing editor of TMZ.
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Articles, lectures or reviews on Dr. Levin's books
Harvey J. Levin Public Policy Workshop (at Hofstra)
Literary works on Dr. Levin's career
1. List of a collection of papers of Harvey J. Levin, 1956-1991, Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (Papers available from CITI)
2. CITI 1993-1994 Annual Report, "Affiliated Research Fellows: In Memory of Harvey Levin," Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (Biographical piece with info. on donation of Dr. Levin's materials to CITI)
3. Levin, Harvey J., Book Prospectus: Harvesting the Invisible Resource - Global Spectrum Management for Balanced Information Flows , 1992 (Includes table of contents, outline and summaries for sixteen chapters) [ excerpt]
4. Publishing proposals, correspondence exchanged with publishers, and alternate drafts, re: Harvesting the Invisible Resource
5. Levin, Harvey J., Cross-Channel Ownership of Mass Media , Dissertation for "the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Political Science," Columbia University, circa 1953 (Personally typed, bound original of doctoral dissertation that was basis for Dr. Levin's 1960 book Broadcast Regulation and Joint Ownership of Media )
6. Levin, Harvey J., The Political Economy of Educational Television in New York State , circa latter 1950s (Personally typed, bound original)
7. Miscellaneous scholarly papers by Dr. Levin re: economics of broadcasting regulation and alcohol beverage control, circa late 1950s-early 1960s (Personally typed and bound originals)
8. Oral statement of Prof. Harvey J. Levin before the House Antitrust Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee, in hearings on "concentration of ownership in news media", April 1963
Articles, lectures or reviews on Dr. Levin's books
12. Broadcasting, "Another Opinion: A Professor examines FCC regulation - In new book, Harvey Levin claims commission policies have promoted broadcasting profit rather than programming diversity; thinks prime-time access rule works," July 7, 1980
Levin Writes a Book," circa 1958 (Re: Dr. Levin's book as "the first systematic anthology of economics", containing "a wide variety of opinions existing in government and business", and "adopted by thirty schools throughout the country.")
21. Harvey J. Levin on Wikipedia [ webpage]
22. Resume, circa 1944-1990
26. Hamilton College Class of 1944 40th Reunion Yearbook, June 1-3, 1984 (Personal/professional biographical info. provided by Dr. Levin)
28. Written tributes to Dr. Levin by colleagues, friends and family, May-July 1992 [ excerpts]
29. "Harvey Joshua Levin: Memorial Service for Family Stalwart, Friend, and Internationally Famed Economist," May 19, 1992 (Printed program of multimedia forum at Hofstra University with various speakers and presentations, organized by Dr. Levin's son Adam Levin, and by Hofstra colleagues and longtime friends Lynn Turgeon and Harold Wattel; see " Recordings" section later in this list)
39. Levin, Harvey J., "An Act of Community Faith -- An Address by... Weller Professor of Economics at Hofstra University on the Occasion of the Founding of the Weller Chair in Economics at Hofstra University," September 23, 1964 [ excerpts]
40. Levin, Harvey J., "The Government as Partner - Symbiosis Revisited," Second Annual Weller Lecture at Hofstra University, April 18, 1969
41. Weller Chair related articles and announcements in Hofstra University's newspapers, newsletters and programs, 1963-1964
Levin Appointed 'Seminar Associate'," circa 1956- 1962 (Re: Seminar Associate in Public Communication at Columbia University)
45. Unidentified Westbury newspaper, "Serves Seminar," circa 1956-1962 (Same contents as above)
46. Newsday, "Three Professors Get Dep't. Chairmanships," circa 1961 (Re: Dr. Levin's appointment as Chairman of Hofstra's Economics Department)
47. Numerous, related articles and announcements in Hofstra University newspapers and newsletters, 1950s-1970s
48. Letter to Dr. Levin from Archive of Contemporary History (University of Wyoming) Director Gene M. Gressley, soliciting Dr. Levin's "papers (notes, correspondence, diaries, journals, manuscripts, photographs, books and other literary memorabilia)" for placement in its Archive "pertaining to the history and development of those individuals who have played a prominent role in the twentieth century's social, political, legal and economic scene"; and subsequently exchanged correspondence between Dr. Levin and Mr. Gressley, 1986 48. Letter to Dr. Levin from Archive of Contemporary History (University of Wyoming) Director Gene M. Gressley, soliciting Dr. Levin's "papers (notes, correspondence, diaries, journals, manuscripts, photographs, books and other literary memorabilia)" for placement in its Archive "pertaining to the history and development of those individuals who have played a prominent role in the twentieth century's social, political, legal and economic scene"; and subsequently exchanged correspondence between Dr. Levin and Mr. Gressley, 1986
63. The New York Times, Letter to the Editor, Harvey J. Levin, 1952 (Re: economic positions of presidential candidates Dwight Eisenhower and Adlai Stevenson, and the Republican and Democratic parties)
64. The New York Times, Letter to the Editor: "Guarding Civil Liberties: Danger to Our Security is Seen in Anti-Subversive Bills," Harvey J. Levin, July 31, 1954
65. The New York Times, Letter to the Editor: "Political Broadcasting: Alternatives to Present Version of Equal Time Discussed," Harvey J. Levin, June 28, 1960
66. Letters and petitions from Dr. Levin to President Nixon and other elected officials, and to the press, in protest of the Vietnam War, 1969-1970
67. Letter from Dr. Levin to the Village of Garden City and the press, and petitions appearing in The Garden City News, in support of establishing (multiracial) daycare center at Unitarian Universalist Church in Garden City, 1969-1970
68. Printed programs from Malverne Jewish Center, Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, and Garden City Jewish Center, with Dr. Levin as guest speaker on "Freedom - the New Censorship (First Amendment Under Attack)," March-April 1973
69. The Garden City News, "Professor Harvey Levin Guest Speaker at Garden City Jewish Center," April 11, 1973 (Re: censorship issues)
70. The Garden City News, "Dr. Levin States that Government Pressure Upon Media Has Reached 'Crisis Proportion'," April 18, 1973 (Re: Speech at Unitarian Universalist Church of Central Nassau, Garden City, New York), and related press release from Unitarian Universalist Church of Central Nassau
71. The Hofstra Newsletter, "Economics: Augustus B. Weller Professor Harvey J. Levin...", April 5, 1973 (Re: Dr. Levin's censorship-related speeches at the above houses of workshop)
72. Letters of appreciation for Dr. Levin's support from Ronald H. Brown, Chairman, Democratic National Committee, 1992; U.S.
116. "Memorial Service for Harvey Joshua Levin," Hofstra University, May 19, 1992. Includes remarks and appearances by family, friends (e.g., physicist Warren Henry of Howard University), former students (economists Sharon Oster of Yale University and Elliott Sclar of Columbia University), and present and former Hofstra faculty (provost Herman Berliner; economists Lynn Turgeon, William Leonard and Martin Melkonian; Economics Chair Marcel Tenenbaum; Law professor Paul Tannenbaum; and Business/Management professors John Ullmann, Harold Wattel and Harold Lazarus); slide presentation of Dr. Levin's life; and audio recording of Dr. Levin
Reel-to-reel tapes of Dr. Levin's presentations: Resources for the Future
Minow and the Broadcast Industry," Harvey J. Levin, January 26, 1962 (With accompanying transcript of broadcasted speech -- in which Dr. Levin proposed new economic regulatory policies to require television stations to diversify their programming, in response to FCC Commissioner Minow's call for greater media diversity)
Audio cassettes of Dr. Levin's conference presentations:
American Economic Association
Re: Harvey J. Levin and Rhoda Pinsley Levin:
206. Levin, Adam R., The Invisible Promised Land: Harvey J. Levin -- A Biography of Two Fathers , 2003
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