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NBC paid $300k for broadcast rights of Dr Murray documentary

A media and entertainment corporation paid a whopping 300k dollars to a production company for a documentary which captures Dr Conrad Murray discussing the demise of his former patient, Michael Jackson.

hollywood Updated: Nov 11, 2011 13:37 IST

A media and entertainment corporation paid a whopping 300k dollars to a production company for a documentary which captures Dr Conrad Murray discussing the demise of his former patient, Michael Jackson.



The documentary will be broadcast on MSNBC on Friday night, RadarOnline.com reported.



"NBC Universal paid the production company approximately $300k for the right to air the documentary," an insider said.



Murray"Much of that money will go to pay Dr. Murray’s lawyers, Ed Chernoff, Michael Flanagan, and Nareg Gourjian."



"If there is any money left over, it will go to Dr. Murray’s current girlfriend and mother of their son, Nicole Alvarez. Dr. Murray will not directly profit from the sale of the documentary," the source added.



Murray has been put behind bars after being convicted of Michael Jackson’s death and will be sentenced on November 29
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