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May 21, 1991 | PHILIPP GOLLNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shop Television Network, a Burbank producer of home-shopping programs, said it laid off 110 of its 120 employees after J. C. Penney pulled the plug on a cable-shopping channel produced by Shop Television. The layoffs became effective Friday, a day after QVC Network Inc., the nation's second-largest home-shopping service with 40 million viewers, announced that it had taken over service to about 12 million subscribers of the J.C. Penney-owned show, called JCPenney Television Shopping Channel.
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February 5, 1990 | From United Press International
J. C. Penney Shopping Channel Sued Over Lease: The owners of the Aquarius Theatre in Hollywood filed suit in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday against the J. C. Penney Television Shopping Channel Inc., claiming that the production company backed out of plans to rent the facility beginning Feb. 1. The suit seeks $1.95 million in damages for breach of contract for the building's owners, Pick-Vanoff Co., a limited partnership doing business as Sunset-Gower Studios. (Filed Jan. 30, 1990.
BUSINESS
May 21, 1991 | PHILIPP GOLLNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shop Television Network, a Burbank producer of home-shopping programs, said it laid off 110 of its 120 employees after J. C. Penney pulled the plug on a cable-shopping channel produced by Shop Television. The layoffs became effective Friday, a day after QVC Network Inc., the nation's second-largest home-shopping service with 40 million viewers, announced that it had taken over service to about 12 million subscribers of the J.C. Penney-owned show, called JCPenney Television Shopping Channel.
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February 5, 1990 | From United Press International
J. C. Penney Shopping Channel Sued Over Lease: The owners of the Aquarius Theatre in Hollywood filed suit in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday against the J. C. Penney Television Shopping Channel Inc., claiming that the production company backed out of plans to rent the facility beginning Feb. 1. The suit seeks $1.95 million in damages for breach of contract for the building's owners, Pick-Vanoff Co., a limited partnership doing business as Sunset-Gower Studios. (Filed Jan. 30, 1990.
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