Posts tagged Granada
Was the E-Reader Actually Invented 64 Years Ago In Spain?
January 29, 2013 | 3:47 pm
The international desk of the New York Daily News published a story today that ... how can I possibly put this? Let me just say that as someone who edits a website about e-reading news, I honestly can't imagine that I will ever come across a more picture-perfect example of exactly the sort of story I'm looking for when I go trolling the Web for ideas each day. This story really is that perfect. (Thank you, Lee Moran of the Daily News. I owe you a beer!) Anyway, here's the basic gist of the story: Back in 1949, a Spanish woman by the name of...
Peter S. Beagle settles with Granada Media over unpaid royalties for The Last Unicorn movie
October 15, 2011 | 5:41 pm
I recently got an e-mail from Conlan Press, publishers of Peter S. Beagle’s recent works that had some welcome news: Granada Media, the company that owns the animated movie of The Last Unicorn, has come to an agreement with Beagle to pay him the years of back royalties he has been owed, and to cooperate with Beagle and Conlan on future Last Unicorn-related opportunities. Beagle and Connor Cochran of Conlan had been preparing to take Granada to court, when Connor noticed a change in corporate management that suggested a new tack for negotiation. All along,...