In the lawsuit, the producers claim that Sony has stiffed them by forcing Corday to absorb budgetary deficits and failing to offer the show for sale in certain foreign and ancillary markets. Corday said that it has partnered with Sony on “Days of Our Lives” by splitting both the profits from the series and any costs in excess of the budget, which is financed by NBC.
This week, the television industry will put on its biggest show of the year, the upfront presentations, an annual deal-making ritual that goes back more than five decades. It has become more important then ever. […]
LUXEMBOURG–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mar 13, 2019–Viewers in the Republic of Benin are now receiving 15 new Free-to-Air (FTA) channels from satellite, thanks to a new agreement the Government of the Republic of Benin has signed with SES, […]
(CBS Baltimore/CBS Local) — In a surprising move, Ring of Honor is upping the ante against its competitors by streaming their television tapings live to paid subscribers of its over-the-top digital service. The move removes […]