"Contracts for the Film & Television Industry" by Mark Witlak is one that I refer to fairly often. My copy is 13 years old, but the basics remain the same. There is an updated and expanded version available.
Laws vary from state to state, so if you want to make sure that your contracts are enforceable, I'd still recommend that you get a media attorney that's familiar with your state laws to help you draft your actual contracts. The book does serve as a good "boilerplate" and it has helped me gain a better understanding of the basics principals of contract law as it pertains to the media industry.