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Legend has it that the head of NBC's Entertainment Division, Brandon Tartikoff , wrote a brainstorming memo that simply read "MTV cops", [1] [6] [7] [8] and later presented it to series creator Anthony Yerkovich , formerly a writer and producer for Hill Street Blues . [7] Yerkovich, however, indicates that he devised the concept after learning about asset forfeiture statutes that allowed law enforcement agencies to confiscate the property of drug dealers for official use. [9] The initial idea was for a movie about a pair of vice cops in Miami. [7] Yerkovich then turned out a script for a two-hour pilot, titled Gold Coast , but later renamed Miami Vice . [1] [7] Yerkovich was immediately drawn to South Florida as a setting for his new-style police show. [7] Miami Vice was one of the first American network television programs to be broadcast in stereophonic sound. It was mixed in 4 channel stereo for its entire run.

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