In the mid-1970s, Christopher Womack was hired as the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Wright Broadcasting Company, but his fortunes changed quickly on a business trip to Nashville. Faced with corruption at Wright Broadcasting's Nashville division, the president was fired and replaced by Womack. Given the task of resurrecting the company from fraud, chaos, and incompetence, he quickly uncovered something even more sinister; in unveiling the proof of fraud that had occurred over many years, a coded notepad was discovered which exposed the former president and his top executives as participants and sponsors of sex parties with under aged girls. His fraud investigation and the sex parties were not the only problems he faced; a major country music special had to be completed within a short period of time after his arrival that had its own problems. Worried over the telecast and what a low rated show would do to his, and the company's reputation, he personally immersed himself in the production. This book offers an insider's look at the entertainment business, its people, and the way it conducted its unique business in the mid-1970s. It also exposes the seedy side of those that would do anything for a chance at stardom. It is a fictional account based on the author's actual experiences.
- Paperback | 416 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 26.42mm | 530.7g
- 22 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations