word against another in a discussion of SVT’s cooking series “A German, a French and a homely,” which takes place in a covered market.
Traders claim that they have paid to appear on TV while production and SVT claims that it sold the contents to social media, reports SR in the media.
– SVT looks to follow a number of rules and we do the best we can through to look at what you see in the box and sign agreement on what they can and can not do, says Mikael Österbyvägen in the media.
SVT series ” a German, a French and a homely “which aired in spring, set in Gothenburg Market Hall. A covered market where both merchants and owners now claim that they paid money to get exposure on TV, reports Swedish Radio, the program media.
– It was like, the more you pay, the more space TV you get, says Alexander sandstone, co-owner of the shop Delicatessen Corner, to the media.
Alexander Sandstone has declined to comment on the incident to Aftonbladet.
Johan Karlsson , property manager at Higab who owns the Market Hall says that both the company and the retailers have paid the money. The production company Roadrunner should have submitted programs the idea that Karlsson should have grasped that he thinks it would be a good idea to draw a positive light to the market hall, he says in the radio program.
According to media is no exact sum of how much money is involved. But according to one of the traders will Higab paid between one and 1.4 million with some of the traders from 50 000 and above.
The production and SVT has a different opinion . On Roadrunner argued that sold the material to use in social media.
– Their agreement applies to materials that buyers could use social media, declares Mikael Österbyvägen, executive producer at SVT to the media.
SVT also notes that it may involve a breach of contract if it is so merchants have paid to appear on television.
– Then it’s a breach of contract that anyone has done anywhere. Then it must be discussed. SVT looks to follow a number of rules and we do the best we can by looking at what is seen in the box and sign agreement on what they can and can not do, says Mikael Österbyvägen to the media.
Nöjesbladet have tried to reach Michael Österbyvägen.
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