NBC firms up alliance with DreamWorks

Freeman, Michael
August 2002
Electronic Media;8/12/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 32, p2
Reports the deal between the television broadcasting firms National Broadcasting Co. Inc. (NBC) and DreamWorks SKG LLC in the U.S. Finance of the television programs by NBC; Retention of syndication rights for the DreamWorks produced shows by NBC; Production of the series for other broadcasting networks by DreamWorks.


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