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So when I serendipitously stumbled upon contributing editor Alisa Swidler’s Instagram profile while stalking various Brits for their English countryside photos, I felt like I had hit the jackpot when she accepted my follow request, but little did I know I was about to be inspired, both personally and professionally.
We struck up a dialogue over email which eventually lead to the exciting opportunity to interview the author of the well-known “Alisa’s A List” society column, and find out about the London that she loves.
After a stint at Goldman Sachs, he launched his own firm, Bannon & Co., in 1990. Bannon was brought in to help Westinghouse Electric negotiate a minority stake acquisition in Castle Rock Entertainment — the producer of the iconic Jerry Seinfeld comedy — a person familiar with the deal told The Wrap. It’s a great deal.’ And they go, ‘If this is such a great deal, why don’t you defer some of your cash fee and keep an ownership stake in a package of TV rights? Bannon and his team accepted a stake in the royalties of five shows under the Castle Rock banner, one of which was “Seinfeld,” which was in its third season at the time.
“As often happened with Turner, when it came time to actually close the deal, Ted was short of cash,” Bannon told Bloomberg in 2015. Bannon’s involvement with Westinghouse was not disclosed to Castle Rock Parters at the time, who dealt directly with Turner in the 1992 sale.
What with commercials, the time with Bee felt so dazzlingly fleet that during the show’s last segment, a brilliant Herzogian look at Jeb Bush in New Hampshire, it was difficult not to begrudge the Bee-less minutes.
“We calculated what it would get us if it made it to syndication,” Bannon said.
“We were wrong by a factor of five.” Exactly how much Bannon has earned from his stake in the show is not readily available, but consider this: the Financial Times reported in 2013 that “Seinfeld” had earned .1 billion in reruns. would have made over million since the show went off the air.
Steve Bannon, Donald Trump’s new chief advisor, became one of the most prominent figures in American media by leading Breitbart, a conservative-leaning news site that critics call sexist, antisemitic, homophobic and racist.
He’s less well-known for his unique role in the history of the TV series “Seinfeld.” Long before he became the chief strategist of Donald Trump’s White House and the executive chairman of Breitbart News, Bannon was an investment banker.Mitch Holmes, who recently wrote a dress code for the State Senate aimed only at women.