TW, ABC make amends, `agree in principle'

Andreeva, Nellie; Doman, Matthew
May 2000
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;05/23/2000, Vol. 363 Issue 9, p66
Reports that Time Warner Inc. and Walt Disney Co.'s ABC network have reached an agreement in principle for the carriage of the network's broadcasting and cable programming. Terms under the tentative agreement.


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