ABC (ended 1993)
|Why Would Fox own the rights to the wonder years? Isnt it an ABC show?|
|Anchor Bay DOES own it, I have inquired to them along with others that have talked with them as well and they state they are not planning to release the show. |
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The Berne Convention states that all works except photographic and cinematographic shall be protected for at least 50 years after the author's death, but parties are free to provide longer terms of protection, as the European Union did with the 1993 Directive on harmonising the term of copyright protection. For photography the Berne Convention sets a minimum of 25 years protection from the year the photograph was created, and for cinematography the minimum is 50 years after first showing, or 50 years after creation if it hasn't been shown within 50 years after the creation. Countries under the older revisions of the treaty may choose to provide, and certain types of works (such as phonorecords and motion pictures) may be provided shorter terms.
I heard a rumor online that Anchor Bay own the rights to The Wonder Years? I was under the impression 20th Century Fox own the rights and are planning a release. Do AB own the rights?
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Music liscencing is postponing the release. Sadly.