MINUTE TO WIN IT™
SECRET CONTRACT WITH BUMP DISCOVERED FROM METRONOME / SHINE NORDICS AND FRIDAY TV'S INTERNET SERVERS.
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A WHITE SWEDISH WOMAN IS PAID MILLIONS IN ROYALTIES BY METRONOME AND FRIDAY TV (SHINE GROUP) FOR A VERBAL IDEA OF A TV SHOW ON NBC. - "She came up with the idea and she gets a percentage of profits", Estelle Boden, Friday TV's co-founder and former CEO, Shine Group, to the Swedish press. - http://www.aftonbladet.se/nojesbladet/tv/article11404688.ab
A BLACK MAN CREATES THE ORIGINAL DRAFT FOR NBC'S INTERNATIONAL FRANCHISE, MINUTE TO WIN IT, SECRET CONTRACTS WITH HIS COMPANY ARE HIDDEN BY METRONOME AND FRIDAY TV (SHINE GROUP), HE IS OVERLOOKED FOR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN ROYALTIES, HE IS CALLED "GOLD DIGGER" IN THE SWEDISH PRESS, SWEDISH LAWYERS THREATEN WITH MONITORING ALL HIS ACTIVITIES.
NBC, SHINE GROUP, METRONOME, FRIDAY TV, GSN, TVA NETWORK HAVE NOT PAID LICENSE FEES AND ROYALTIES IN ORDER TO EXPLOIT MINUTE TO WIN IT
Foretagsjuridik Nord Och Co Ab, Friday TV and Shine Group's Swedish law firm in Stockholm.
These secret contracts were established since 2011 by Metronome, Friday TV's Scandinavian parent company and Shine Group's subsidiary, and Friday TV's founders Jock Millgårdh, Mattias Olsson, and Estelle Boden (von Schinkel), together with their Head of Legal Affairs Eva Lota Almqvist.
Two years prior to selling Minute To Win It, Friday TV sold to NBC in 2007 the choir contest show "Clash of The Choirs", which was later distributed to 17 countries, and which was based on a verbal idea by Swedish chorister Caroline af Ugglas.
Caroline af Ugglas, Swedish, white, has been paid royalties for her verbal idea, and Friday TV informed in the Swedish press: "She came up with the idea and she gets a percentage of profits".
In Derek Banner's case Friday TV and Metronome have decided to discriminate and have deliberately hidden the secret contracts with BUMP in order to avoid to pay royalties and license fees, and a percentage of their profits from Minute To Win It. Derek Banner is not a Swedish national, one of few, if not the only black person in Scandinavia, to own a television format development and production company.
According to Friday TV's founders' own reporting, thanks to the first season of Minute To Win It on NBC in 2010, Friday TV's turnover increased from 500,000 U.S. dollars in 2006 (6 million Swedish Krona) to 5,000,000 U.S. dollars in 2010 (44 million Swedish Krona). 2/3 was pure profit.
Minute To Win It has been adapted in over seventy territories around the world. Nintendo, Wii, Kinect, Xbox, Board game and Card game versions have also been made of the game show, which was proclaimed the world's most sold game show in 2011 and 2012.
Friday TV and Metronome's Danish Lawyer, Kasper Frahm, requested from BUMP a "concrete settlement offer" and asked Derek Banner "How much do you want?", nonetheless all settlement offers have been rejected by Metronome's Swedish lawyer, Lena Lofalk, for no obvious reason, despite all compelling evidence that Friday TV stole the TV format idea of Minute To Win It, despite the drafted secret contracts with BUMP, and despite Lena Lofalk's own acknowledgement that the trademarks are confusingly similar, etc.
Metronome (currently named Shine Nordics) has made the same false claims with regard to BUMP's TV format "LUXURY TRAP".
In February 2006 Derek Banner presented the original draft of "Luxury Trap" for further development to Metronome's former Head of development Jan Lagermand Lundme, and to TV3's former Head of programming Karoline Spodsberg.
Derek Banner created the English version of Luxury Trap since 2005 from an original idea and draft in Danish language by Anita Lauridsen Banner, a former bank employee at Danish Amagerbanken. READ MORE ON LUXURY TRAP.
Our French version of "Minute Winner - Minute To Win It" with our exact same original title from 2006 "UNE MINUTE POUR GAGNER" is used in Canada since 2013 by TVA Network, who is airing the French version of Minute To Win It. BUMP and Derek Banner have not been paid royalties and license fees.
“It is dangerous to pitch a paper-format when you don't have a promo, they could easily steal it” Jock Millgårdh, Friday TV, Minute To Win It Executive Producer.
In Minute Winner - Minute To Win It - participants are given one minute to win something.
"Challenges are playfully simple in terms of concept. Each contestant has one minute to solve a challenge" TV3 VIASAT.
CHALLENGES - CONCEPT
Find the right key to open a brand new car in one minute ... (Minute Winner - Minute To Win It)
Put on a brand new suit in one minute ... (Minute Winner - Minute To Win It)
Open a brand new bicycle in one minute. (Minute Winner - Minute To Win It)
Transfer a cookie from your forehead to your mouth in one minute ... (Minute To Win It)
Blow a bubble in the air across the stage in one minute ... (Minute To Win It)
Guide a thread through the eyelets of ten needles... in one minute ... (Minute To Win It)
You literally have a minute to win it !
(Minute Winner - Minute To Win It)
Minute Winner - Minute To Win It can take place in a studio environment or on Location:
On the street ....
- Get 5 ping-pong balls into a fish bowl by bouncing them off 3 plates lined up in front of the fish bowl in one minute.
- Get a pretzel out of a fishbowl using a sticky gummy worm attached to the end of a fishing line in one minute.
- Slide a toothbrush down a strip of dental floss and land it into a toothbrush holder in one minute
- Stack 8 large metal nuts using only a candy cane on a tray held in the other hand in one minute.
- Balance 3 candy canes on a string in one minute.
- Pick up 1 of 18 plastic cups on a center table and place the small candy from under that cup into 1 of 3 in one minute
- Toss a shoe onto a table using only a foot in one minute
- Stack 5 wooden baby blocks on top of plastic plate balanced on top of the head in one minute.
- Spin a wooden propeller into a distant basket in one minute
And son on ...
READ YOUR FORTUNE
How fast can you read,
How much can you remember
to win one million Dollars ?
Presented for further development to Friday TV in 2007, Jock Millgårdh and Mattias Olsson.
Within three to five minutes the participant accumulates a fortune by quickly reading out loud to the viewers and to the live studio audience as many pages of a book as possible, or lines from a giant screen.
Each page or line (challenge) is worth an amount of money that the participant accumulates every time he/she thumbs through the book, for instance $1000, $2000, $3000 $4000 $5000 $6000 $7000 $8000 $9000 etc.
The participant has five or more book categories (challenges) to choose from: Biography (Celebrities or VIPs), Film, Crime, Politics, and History. (Different categories may be introduced each week for each program: Funny Stories, Love Stories, Children Stories, etc. (All the books are of the same size and format, pocket size or paperback format for instance, and are written in same size letter typesets). ...
MINI VERSIONS OF READ YOUR FORTUNE
“Read Your Fortune” can as well be made in different shorter versions or mini-games as described in the following example
PRIVATE AT HOME
Within five minutes, a single mother has to try to win a small fortune by reading a children story to her 6-year-old daughter.
The mother and daughter will answer questions afterwards related to the number of pages or part of the story that she has read.
The more right answers they each give the bigger the fortune they may finally win.
IN A SCHOOL CLASSROOM
Within 5 minutes, a student (or a teacher) has to read a number of pages of a book and try to win a small fortune for his class or to finance a school trip. They will answer questions afterwards related to the pages read.
IN A SHOP
Within five minutes, a shop owner or shopkeeper (bookshop, clothing shop, etc…) has to read to a customer a number of pages of a book and try to win together a small fortune. They will answer questions afterwards related to the number of pages read.
On the street, …
Many more similar examples can be made …
READ YOUR FORTUNE AS A FAMILY GAME OR DURING SOCIAL EVENTS
“Read Your Fortune” can as well be an entertainment game that can be played at home between family members or between friends during a social event. Family members or friends can test each other’s reading skills and each try to win a small fortune or an amount of money.
Banner Universal Motion Pictures LLC - BUMP Productions owns the titles MINUTE WINNER and MINUTE TO WIN IT since 2003 and has title protection in accordance with the Copyright act .
Minute Winner Title in French since 2006: UNE MINUTE POUR GAGNER ™
Banner Universal Motion Pictures LLC - BUMP Productions - created and has used MINUTE WINNER, MINUTE TO WIN IT, and UNE MINUTE POUR GAGNER trademarks since 2003 in its marketing of the format Minute Winner and thereby has established based rights to the trademarks.
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