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DreamWorks and TBS strike $350m-$450m deal

In a landmark output arrangement estimated to be worth between $350m and $450m, Turner Broadcasting System (TBS) has entered into a deal with DreamWorks SKG giving TBS entertainment networks US broadcast TV rights to 60 of the studio's films. Touted as the biggest film licensing agreement in the history of basic cable television, the deal will see Turner Network Television (TNT) and TBS Superstation broadcast such DreamWorks hits as Gladiator, American Beauty, ...

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