In her hour-long interview, Emily Meisler talks about growing up in Westchester County and shares her early memories of watching television. She recalls her first job - working for the Television Academy in New York City - and shares how she subsequently joined the CBS secretarial pool. She describes her time working for the CBS scenic department, and then details her many years working for The Ed Sullivan Show. Meisler talks about her duties as a production secretary on the show, working with the musical performers on the show, and serving as a color girl for the program. She then discusses working at ABC's Wide World of Entertainment, moving to Los Angeles, and working for Michael Eisner. She also talks of working for Donald Wrye, Bob Broder, Melvin Simon Productions, Twentieth Century Fox, Carson Productions Group, Hal Roach Film Classics, and Christensen, Miller, Fink, Jacobs, Glaser, Weil and Shapiro, LLP. She speaks about her then-current role as an administrator and offers advice to anyone going into administration. She also shares B-roll photos from her career. Karen Herman conducted the interview on November 15, 2003 in Beverly Hills, CA.