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Call Sheet: The Entertainment-Industry Contact Directory

Call Sheet: The Entertainment-Industry Contact Directory

Call Sheet features details about the top companies, organizations, and people in the entertainment-industry, including thousands of casting directors, talent agents, managers, and production companies.

The online version of Call Sheet is fully searchable and includes tons of exclusive listings, including talent and literary agents and managers, film festivals, and theaters. The online database is updated daily, and the companies can be sorted from A-Z and by the most recently updated listings. You can access all of the great resources from Call Sheet by visiting

Call Sheet (formerly known as Ross Reports, and the successor to The Hollywood Creative Directory) is a comprehensive resource directory and searchable database of companies and contacts, spanning film, television, theater, commercials, new media, and more.

And now the new Fall-Winter 2017 issue of Call Sheet is available at a bookstore near you. Published biannually, the current print-edition of Call Sheet features nearly 300 pages of valuable entertainment-industry contacts and data.

The current issue also contains a guide to who's casting upcoming TV shows; an in-depth look at acting schools, coaches, and performing arts colleges; and articles about how "Comic-Con Illuminates a Trend in TV Fare" and "The Magic of Television." Plus: Updated lists of casting directors, agents, managers, and professional organizations.

And online you can search through expanded versions of all of these Call Sheet databases, plus research open mics, production listings, and entertainment-industry unions and support organizations; and more. And you can read how-to guides to help you get the most out of Call Sheet's listings.


Check out the Call Sheet database online at Or download the latest Digital Edition of Call Sheet and entertainment-industry mailing labels. To subscribe to the print-edition of Call Sheet, contact Backstage for details.


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