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November 19, 1996|Bloomberg Business News

DreamWorks Sells Scandinavian Rights: DreamWorks SKG said it signed an agreement that gives Scandinavian Broadcasting System rights to televise the studio's films and TV shows for five years. Scandinavian Broadcasting will have exclusive broadcast TV rights to programs such as ABC's "Spin City" and CBS' "Ink," as well as 50 upcoming motion pictures, including "The Peacemaker" and "Amistad." Scandinavian Broadcasting owns and operates six commercial television stations in Scandinavia, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. It also owns several radio stations in Denmark, Sweden and Finland. Walt Disney Co. owns 23% of Scandinavian Broadcasting. Terms were not disclosed.

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