From <em>The Mary Tyler Moore Show</em> to <em>WKRP in Cincinnati</em>, <em>Murphy Brown</em> to <em>30 Rock</em>, some of the best-loved TV shows in history are about the media industry. Many shows are comedies, some are dramas, but they all provide a behind-the-scenes look at the operations of TV and radio stations, newspapers and other forms of media. Check out this list to find the TV shows, both classic and contemporary, that will give you an up-close look at media.<em>Anchorman</em> is one of the most recent movies about working in media, but there are plenty of others past and present that should be on the must-see list of any media pro. Whether it&#39;s <em>All The President&#39;s Men</em> or <em>Broadcast News</em>, each offers a glimpse of the humor and the seriousness that come with working in the media business. Even through the Hollywood dramatic effects, you can still see a real picture of life in electronic, Internet or print media.Some of the best books about media are those that are written by news reporters themselves. <em>And So It Goes</em> by Linda Ellerbee should be required reading by anyone who wants a career as a news reporter. <em>CNN The Inside Story</em> will take you back in time when the birth of CNN was seen as a risky proposition. <em>Live From New York: The Uncensored History of Saturday Night Live</em> brings the real story behind one of America&#39;s most legendary TV shows. Together, this top 10 list of must-reads will provide you with the unvarnished truth of the industry.