A new story in the Wall Street Journal includes some additional information on the licensing of ALL MY CHILDREN and ONE LIFE TO LIVE to Prospect Park including the following:
* The deal gives Prospect Park exclusive rights to the two shows for more than a decade, and pays Disney millions of dollars a year in royalties for as long as the shows are produced, according to people familiar with the terms.
* Producers could sell the shows as an online subscription to consumers, the person familiar with the plans said. They are also exploring advertising sales and sponsorships or product-placement deals, the person added.
Read their full report here.
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