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May 27, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Kushner-Locke Acquires Syndication Company: Los Angeles-based TV program producer Kushner-Locke Co. said it had an agreement in principal to acquire Rysher Entertainment Inc. Rysher, formed in 1991 by former Warner Bros. TV executive Keith Samples, syndicates TV shows in the United States. Kushner-Locke Co. President Peter Locke said the purchase price for Rysher was about $7.5 million plus a pay-out provision based on after-tax net income over the next three years.
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June 2, 1992
Rysher Entertainment, a Studio City television production and distribution firm, has reached a tentative agreement to merge with Kushner-Locke, a publicly traded TV producer. The transaction, anticipated to close by Sept. 30, calls for Kushner-Locke to acquire all the outstanding capital stock of Rysher and its related companies, Rysher Distribution Inc. and Rysher Sales Services Inc., in exchange for Kushner-Locke common stock.
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BUSINESS
June 2, 1992
Rysher Entertainment, a Studio City television production and distribution firm, has reached a tentative agreement to merge with Kushner-Locke, a publicly traded TV producer. The transaction, anticipated to close by Sept. 30, calls for Kushner-Locke to acquire all the outstanding capital stock of Rysher and its related companies, Rysher Distribution Inc. and Rysher Sales Services Inc., in exchange for Kushner-Locke common stock.
BUSINESS
May 27, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Kushner-Locke Acquires Syndication Company: Los Angeles-based TV program producer Kushner-Locke Co. said it had an agreement in principal to acquire Rysher Entertainment Inc. Rysher, formed in 1991 by former Warner Bros. TV executive Keith Samples, syndicates TV shows in the United States. Kushner-Locke Co. President Peter Locke said the purchase price for Rysher was about $7.5 million plus a pay-out provision based on after-tax net income over the next three years.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 12, 2010
The Autry National Center announced Tuesday it has acquired the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Archive, containing materials and memorabilia from the duo's more than 50-year entertainment career. The collection includes newspaper clippings, programs from the Rose Parade and "The Roy Rogers Show," sheet music, promotional materials, licensed objects such as puzzles and coloring books, photographs and business files. Center officials said that once they have categorized and organized the materials, key items will be exhibited in the museum's Imagination Gallery.
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