CBS V. ComStar In Suit Over Rights To 'Happy Days' & Other Sitcoms

CBS Television Distribution is suing ComStar Television for more than $1.5 million in license fees allegedly owed for airing episodes of old TV shows like "Happy Days" and "My Three Sons," writes Eriq Gardner.

ComStar alleges that its purchase of FamilyNet Television in 2009 gave it access to a library of sitcoms without having to pay off all the license fees because it "did not acquire the corresponding liabilities," according to the complaint.

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