CBS grabbed the rights for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey for a staggering $7million.
The bombshell tell-all interview, spanning over two hours, was snagged away by CBS for a worth between $7-9million, in response to a report by the Wall Road Journal.
The profitable rights for the interview of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had been purchased by CBS from Winfrey’s Harpo Productions with the community charging $325,000 for each 30 seconds of business time.
Furthermore, the interview can be licensed in worldwide markets.
A spokesperson of Harry and Meghan confirmed to the WSJ that the 2 weren’t paid something for sharing their facet of the story following royal exit within the interview.