Sony, Nick are quits

Matzer, Marla
June 1996
Brandweek;6/03/96, Vol. 37 Issue 23, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that Viacom will regain the Nickelodeon home video line after its deal with Sony Wonder expires later in 1996. Amount paid by Sony for the Nickelodeon license before the Viacom/Paramount merger; Paramount Home Video's beachhead in the lucrative sell-through children's video market.


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