TNT fired up about '300'

Dempsey, John
July 2007
Daily Variety;7/10/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 69, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports on TNT's acquisition of the cable rights to the film "300." It details how Warner Bros. Domestic Cable TV had talked to a number of other cable networks but settled on TNT. The cable network has agreed to take the movie for only a three-year license term instead of the usual four- or five-year deal. TNT will pay $17 million for the cable rights of "300."


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