Banijay vs Eyeworks: international format fight has local twist by: Alex Prior
Screen Hub Friday 5 October, 2012
Some legal matters are better than a slap in the face with a wet celebrity, and in this case French production company Banijay (which recently purchased Screentime in Australia) is shaping up against the Dutch Eyeworks (locally Eyeworks Touchdown) over who has the right to throw celebrities in the swimming pool on television.
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