Dempsey, John
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/26/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 65, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that ABC Family will pay close to $100 million for a huge slate of Warner Bros. Domestic Cable product. Cable-television rights to "Smallville" reruns, WB series "JKX: The Jamie Kennedy Experiment" and sitcom "Full House"; Animated specials and theatrical movies; Cable networks that ABC Family outbid; Point persons for the deal.


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