Slate's Hollywood Economist: Selling Movies to TV

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What's the biggest moneymaker in Hollywood? It's not DVDs, but selling television rights. Madeleine Brand talks with Slate contributor Edward Jay Epstein about the role television replay rights play in the movie business.

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