News Corp., Microsoft interact

Doman, Matthew
March 2000
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;03/07/2000, Vol. 362 Issue 4, p4
Reports on the News Corp. unit NDS Group Inc. and Microsoft Corp.'s strategic alliance to advance their interactive television operations. Terms under the deal; Discussion of the possibility of Microsoft to invest in the spin-off of News Corp.; Overview on Microsoft's interactive television interests.


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