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The ITV Interview with Eric Frankel [PDF link], President of Warner Bros. Domestic Cable Distribution:


Frankel: "Yes. First, you need to look at all your rights, program-by-program and episode-by-episode, to see if you have the rights to put it on the Internet.


"A couple of years ago, I said, 'Gee. One of these days, Internet TV is going to happen, and we should try to be the first guys in--or at least one of the first--so that we can control our own destiny by building our own retail store where we can directly sell to consumers, without Wal-Mart or Showtime or Tribune or USA Network getting in the middle and acting as a roadblock.'

So we went out and brought in a bunch of paralegals. We started going through all of our television library. Over the course of a couple of years, we cleared 300-plus television series, and about 14,000 to 15,000 episodes of programming."


[itvt]: "And, as a result of the efforts of your team of lawyers and paralegals

Frankel: "We found 14,000 to 15,000 episodes that didn't have issues. We had acquired the necessary rights for them either because we were forward-thinking or because people simply gave us those rights."

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