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3/10/21

An interview worth crores of rupees

An interview worth crores of rupees:Anchor Oprah Winfrey paid Rs 51 crore for controversial Megan Merkel and Prince Harry interviews




CBC pays famous American host Oprah Winfrey Rs 51 crore for Harry and Megan interviews

CBC paid famous American host Oprah Winfrey Rs 51 crore to Rs 65 crore
According to a Forbes report, Oprah Winfrey owns Rs 19,700 crore



A TV interview between Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Megan Merkel is being discussed around the world. In the interview, which aired on the American channel CBC, Harry and Meg made many explosive revelations about the British royal family, which has been the subject of much discussion in the international media and in British-American politics. But this interview is also under discussion for another reason. A report has claimed that TV channel CBC has paid at least Rs 51 crore to interview host Oprah Winfrey.






Oprah Winfrey was paid Rs 51 crore to Rs 65 crore

Screenshot of the controversial TV interview between Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Megan Merkel

According to The Wall Street Journal, the CBC paid the famous American host Oprah Winfrey (to buy the rights to broadcast the interview) for Rs 51 crore to Rs 65 crore for the interviews between Harry and Megan. However, Harry and Megan were not paid for the interview.



Oprah Winfrey, 67, is a talk show host, TV producer, actress, writer and philanthropist. According to Forbes, Oprah Winfrey owns Rs 19,700 crore. However, he was born into a poor family and initially his life was full of struggles.

According to Forbes, Oprah Winfrey owns Rs 19,700 crore



Harry and Megan had a two-hour conversation Harry and Megan had a two-hour conversation with
Oprah Winfrey on Sunday night at 8pm (US time) on the CBC channel. Nancy Coen, a Harvard Business School historian who has done many case studies with Winfrey, says that Winfrey could have given this interview to another streaming service, such as Apple. But they were aware that CBC's viewership was too high and that the channel was too serious. Her online viewership is also high which will make more people watch the interview.

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