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Michael Eisner Seeks $800M To Start TV/Film Company: CNBC

CNBC’S David Faber is reporting that the fundraising effort by 70-year-old Michael Eisner, the former chairman/CEO of Walt Disney, kicked off last week and is being led by JP Morgan. He wants to raise $800 million for a new film and television production company, says Faber quoting people who have been approached about investing. What’s sought is $400 million in equity in a private placement and place $400 million in debt financing.
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