10.18.2004 12:31 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Serious pay TV for Mickey Mouse fans

The shareholder lawsuit for more than $140 million severance package that Disney Corp. paid to its former president, Michael S. Ovitz, is expected to be one of the most watched trials in recent Hollywood history.

The proceedings will be shown live over the Internet at www.courtroomconnect.com.

However, the New York Times reports that the cost will be $600 a week for the audio and video, as well as online access to documents and slides presented in court.

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