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Johnson, Debra
September 2002
Variety;9/30/2002, Vol. 388 Issue 7, pB4
Trade Publication
Reports that producers of animated series have found ways to get their money's worth in spite of limited licensing fees. Range of revenue sources for recouping the production budget; Advantage of merchandising as a way of raising finance for production costs; Comments from Greg Phillips, Fireworks president. INSETS: ELS KUIPER;DOMINQUE POUSSIER.


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