IFilm eyes D'Works flop Pop

Graser, Marc
September 2000
Daily Variety;09/01/2000, Vol. 268 Issue 65, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on IFilm Corp.'s conduct of talks for the acquisition of Internet broadcaster Pop.com from DreamWorks SKG LLC and Imagine Entertainment. Structure of the proposed deal; Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen's involvement in the talks; Problems facing Pop.com prior to its launch.


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