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Jackson Estate Signs $250 Million Deal With Sony

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Jackson Estate Signs $250 Million Deal With Sony

Sony Music will pay the estate of Michael Jackson up to $250 million for the right to continue selling his back catalog and release as many as 10 new projects from the singer’s archives. What do you think?
  • "This is good news, because I like to get out and buy Thriller every six months or so."

    Richard Gedge Site Technician
  • "It looks like Michael Jackson's financial problems are finally over."

    Ben Cleave Paralegal
  • "That should help keep Blanket in monkeys."

    Jessica de Castro Copy Clerk

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