Distribution Rights

Some articles on distribution rights, rights, distribution:

Emil Chronicle Online
... Gravity purchased the worldwide distribution rights for all regions except Japan from GungHo Online Entertainment Inc ... Run Up has obtained the distribution rights for Malaysia and Singapore from Gravity ... For Indonesia WaveGame has obtained the distribution rights from Gravity ...
Iggy Arbuckle - Production
... National Geographic holds the US distribution rights for the series, while Blueprint holds the international rights ... Jetix Europe acquired the European broadcast and DVD distribution rights to the series in February 2007 ... In January 2008, Oasis International sold distribution rights of Iggy Arbuckle to Canal + SA and TPS in France, to ABC in Australia, and to the variants of Cartoon Network in Southeast Asia, Korea, the Philippines ...
CBS Television Distribution - Library Programming - Other Programs and Rights Issues
... NBC Universal Television Distribution handles U.S ... television distribution rights, while CBS Television Distribution handles global distribution outside the U.S ... Television by way of Rysher Entertainment until NBC Enterprises regained television distribution rights in 2003.) CBS Television Distribution and FremantleMedia North America co-own ...
The Misfits (album) - History
... Danzig holds writing credits on all of the songs from these years, and held the rights to the material through the label ... This meant that the distribution rights to Walk Among Us were now in the hands of London, Warner, and Mercury ... writing credits on the Misfits' material, as well as the rights to the Misfits name and imagery ...

Famous quotes containing the words rights and/or distribution:

    The common goal of 22 million Afro-Americans is respect as human beings, the God-given right to be a human being. Our common goal is to obtain the human rights that America has been denying us. We can never get civil rights in America until our human rights are first restored. We will never be recognized as citizens there until we are first recognized as humans.
    Malcolm X (1925–1965)

    The man who pretends that the distribution of income in this country reflects the distribution of ability or character is an ignoramus. The man who says that it could by any possible political device be made to do so is an unpractical visionary. But the man who says that it ought to do so is something worse than an ignoramous and more disastrous than a visionary: he is, in the profoundest Scriptural sense of the word, a fool.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)