Bing, Jonathan; Lyons, Charles
February 2002
Daily Variety;2/25/2002, Vol. 274 Issue 61, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the consolidation plans of Top Universal and USA Networks in the U.S. Negotiations between the executives of both companies; Terms and conditions of the proposed mergers; Impact of the partnership in the motion picture industry.


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