DRAFT As of 8.8.12 MID RANGE PLAN FISCAL

DRAFT As of 8.8.12 MID RANGE PLAN FISCAL

DRAFT As of 8.8.12 MID RANGE PLAN FISCAL YEARS 20132016 SEPTEMBER [7], 2012 MATT to update Gross Revenue Generated by SPT For All Product Revenue $MM U.S. 7,000 Int'l xxxx 6,000 xxxx 5,000 4,000 3,000 xxxx 2,000 xxxx xxxx 2,750 2,750 2,750 2,750 xxxx 3,000 xxxx 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,000 2,000 1,000 2,000 2,000 3,000 0 FY13 Budget/Frcst FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current 2 MATT to update Revenue Generated by SPT ($ MM) Budget FY13 Q2 Fcst Variance PY MRP* Generated Revenue FY14 MRP Variance PY MRP FY15 MRP Variance FY16 MRP US Networks US Distribution US Ad Sales US Production & Library Total US 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Int'l Networks Int'l Distribution Int'l Production & Format Sales Total Int'l 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * Prior US Distribution and US Ad Sales MRP restated to refle ct transfer of SVOD from Home Entertainment, and Sharecare revenue on. a net basis. 3 MATT to update SPT Financial Summary TV PRODUCT & CHANNEL REVENUE FROM ALL SOURCES $MM 5,000 xxxx U.S. 4,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx 2,500 500 Monetization 400 xxx 5 1,500 1,500 300 2,500 1,500 1,500 Int'l xxx xxx xxx xxx 1,750 1,750 1,750 1,750 U.S. xxx xxx 600 500 2,000 2,000 1,500 1,000 $MM 800 700 xxxx xxxx 4,000 3,500 Int'l TV EBIT 200 250 350

300 300 300 300 250 200 200 2,000 2,000 100 200 200 250 250 350 0 0 FY13 Budget/Frcst FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current FY13 Budget/Frcst FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current Note: EBIT excludes 3Net EBIT of ($XXMM), ($XXMM), ($XXMM) and $XXMM in FY13-FY16, respectively. 4 MATT to update SPT Financial Summary Revenue ($ MM) Budget FY13 Q2 Fcst Variance PY MRP* FY14 MRP Variance PY MRP FY15 MRP Variance FY16 MRP US Networks US Distribution US Ad Sales US Production & Library Total US 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Int'l Networks Int'l Distribution Int'l Production & Format Sales Total Int'l 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Variance PY MRP EBIT Budget FY13 Q2 Fcst Variance PY MRP FY14 MRP FY15 MRP Variance FY16 MRP US Networks US Distribution US Ad Sales US Production & Library Total US 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Int'l Networks Int'l Distribution Int'l Production & Format Sales Total Int'l 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Shine Monetization TOTAL Including Monetization 3Net * Prior US Distribution and US Ad Sales MRP restated to reflect transfer of SVOD from Home Entertainment, and Sharecare revenue on a net basis. 5 MATT to update Net Overhead Net Overhead 400 300 250 200 300 250 200 50 0 FY13 Budget/Q2 FY14 Prior/MRP FY15 Prior/MRP FY16 MRP 6 MATT to update Net Overhead Summary ($ MM) Budget FY13 Q2 Fcst Variance PY MRP Net Overhead FY14 MRP Variance PY MRP FY15 MRP FY16 MRP Variance Networks Distribution US Production & Ad Sales Int'l Production TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 7 3 Areas of Discussion 1. Production 2. Distribution & Ad Sales 3. Networks 8 UPDATED AS OF 8.1.12 International Production Market Environment . UK and The Netherlands remain key territories for global IP creation UK is most important market for IP creation. SPT has increased UK production holdings with investments in Left Bank and Silver River over last 12 months Despite Talpas continued dominance of the Dutch market, Tuvalu continues to sell original IP to local broadcasters Challenging economic climate in some key markets putting downward pressure on ad dollars resulting in (a) reduced opportunities for original programming commissions, and (b) increased demand for producers to take greater financial risks (e.g., pilot funding, series deficit funding) Europe Emerging Markets Key Global

Competitors Russias demand for original productions rebuilding from low point 2 years ago; SPT seeking to add more sitcom formats to its library to feed local demand for sitcom remakes Middle East - may provide greatest opportunity for growth though the region remains volatile due to political instability; scarcity of experienced TV production personnel on the ground also presents challenge Brazil new cable quota laws favor Brazilian production companies; SPT must create structure to capitalize on this demand Asia market opportunities are limited in short term but emerging Asian markets potentially have high strategic value in long term As emerging markets attract more ad dollars, we expect to see new opportunities for local production Significant competition from ITV Studios, WB, NBCU, All3Media, Discovery & Shine to acquire new IP and content creators in key markets Endemol remains in a state of turmoil Fremantle continues to be a strong competitor Shine remains key competitor in territories where SPT has production presence (e.g., France) Shine and All3media experiencing talent retention challenges 9 UPDATED AS OF 8.1.12 International Production Strategic Priorities Create and Launch IP Build and strengthen global production network Continue investment into companies which create global IP with focus on UK; review opportunities in Scandinavia, Israel, Australia and other content rich countries Strategically deploy central development fund Launch competitive incentive plan to foster creation of global IP and multi-territory format exploitation and attract/retain talent Streamline day to day administrative and operational processes allowing managing directors to focus more on content creation Increase collaboration between operating companies Establish culture that fosters creativity centrally and across operating companies Strengthen and grow production presence in the UK and other key content creation territories Identify and invest in production companies in high growth markets to fortify global footprint (e.g., Asia, Arabia and Australia) Fortify existing production network Included $50M annual investment fund for FY14 - FY16 10 RICK to update International Production Growth Opportunities United Kingdom (include brief narrative for each territory) Scandinavia Israel / Middle East Russia Latin America India 11 UPDATED AS OF 8.2.12 International Production Financial Summary Revenue EBIT $MM $MM

R CAG 23% 700 100 65 8 51 9 500 54 3 80 70 43 3 400 R CAG 65% 90 58 7 600 Shine Monetization 60 50 300 87 40 67 30 200 266 294 20 100 10 0 0 FY13 Budget/Frcst 25 FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current 17 11 99 11 27 13 6 FY13 Budget/Frcst FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current 12 UPDATED AS OF 8.2.12 International Production Detailed EBIT ($MM) TV Licensing - WWTBAM TV Licensing - Other Formats 2waytraffic Mobile FY13 Budget Forecast Variance 16 16 4 4 - France (SPT + Starling) Russia (SPT + Lean-M) Germany UK (Gogglebox + Victory + Silver River) LeftBank Tuvalu Toro JV

Europe PY MRP 16 4 2 3 10 2 1 2 3 21 2 9 1 2 3 1 (1) 17 (1) (1) (1) 1 3 (1) (4) (4) 9 10 4 5 Latin America 4 3 Asia/Middle East 1 Global Hit Format - Creative (Development & Overhead) Overhead including Allocations M&A & Other Reserves/Challenge Total Other EBIT FY14 MRP Variance 16 5 1 (2) PY MRP 17 7 2 (6) (1) (3) (3) 8 (3) (8) (16) 12 10 5 8 5 8 41 3 9 1 2 8 2 25 (1) 13 4 1 - 5 - - FY15 MRP Variance 17 6 (1) (2) FY16 MRP 17 6 - 6 9 50

3 9 2 4 9 2 1 30 (9) (1) (3) (4) 9 (4) (8) (20) 3 9 2 5 8 3 1 31 (9) 14 8 (6) 9 1 (4) 7 2 (5) 3 17 - (17) 22 - (22) - (12) (8) (5) (25) (12) (8) (20) 5 5 (9) (5) (5) (19) (12) (9) (21) (3) (4) 5 (2) (9) (5) (6) (20) (12) (10) (22) (3) (5) 6 (2) (13) (10) (23) 21 21 - 79 30 (49) 99 41 (58) 43 (12) (15) (3)

(12) (17) (5) (12) (16) (4) (16) EBIT before Shine Monetization Shine Monetization 9 11 6 11 (3) - 67 - 13 - (54) - 87 - 25 - (62) - 27 - EBIT after Shine Monetization 20 17 (3) 67 13 (54) 87 25 (62) 27 Profit Contribution before PPA Purchase Price Amortization 13 UPDATED AS OF 8.2.12 International Production Detailed Revenue ($MM) TV Licensing - WWTBAM TV Licensing - Other Formats 2waytraffic Mobile France (SPT + Starling) Russia (SPT + Lean-M) Germany UK (Gogglebox + Victory + Silver River) LeftBank Tuvalu Toro JV Europe FY13 Budget Forecast Variance 17 18 1 12 9 (3) - PY MRP 18 11 29 REVENUE FY14 MRP Variance 18 9 (2) (29) PY MRP 18 15 30 FY15 MRP Variance 19 1 14 (1) (30) FY16

MRP 19 13 - 38 70 31 36 22 29 226 20 63 28 45 29 16 14 215 (18) (7) (3) 9 29 (6) (15) (11) 63 81 49 57 34 49 333 36 53 32 47 76 20 15 279 (27) (28) (17) (10) 76 (14) (34) (54) 75 89 55 62 39 54 374 39 91 35 56 89 22 17 349 (36) 2 (20) (6) 89 (17) (37) (25) 39 92 38 62 87 27 17 362 Latin America 41 22 (19) 130 86 (44) 138 93 (45) 98 Asia/Middle East 24 30 6 40 41 1 42 44

2 51 Global Hit Format - - - 71 - (71) 90 - (90) - M&A & Other Reserves/Challenge Total Other (54) 11 52 54 41 5 (50) 196 127 (5) 50 (69) 11 (60) 221 137 (11) 60 (84) 149 Total Revenue 266 294 28 587 433 (154) 658 519 (139) 543 14 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Production Market Environment Drama Comedy Non-Scripted Syndication 3 fewer new dramas than last season (23 vs. 26), continuing on downward trend. More networks putting dramas in at 9:00 and 10:00 pm in protected slots with established lead-ins, however, 10:00 pm continues to erode as DVR playback grows. Majority of orders from repeat players- showrunners who have had a track record of previous series ordered. Largest output since 2003. 41 comedies for next season (vs. last years 38) as networks expand comedy real estate on their schedules. Single-cams continue to dominate output, especially among the freshman class. Overall, 24 of 41 (59%) comedies are single-cam, while 75% of new comedies are single-cam (12 of 16). Multi-cam still dominant on CBS. Networks looking for new comedy opportunities through aggressive expansion and are now programming comedy blocks on multiple nights, including Friday for NBC and ABC. Decline in total output with 26 this season vs. 30 last year, as well as new series pick-ups (-3). Key talent floor competition shows remain some of the highest-rated network series and key elements in networks overall schedule success. Foreign formats dominate this field. Cable expansion continues with USA adding unscripted programming. Docu-reality series, talent-based, and

real-life competitions are the most successful on cable. The most crowded talk landscape in over a decade with programmers positioning in the post-Oprah era this fall and next. Familiar faces are coming to the talk landscape this year and next: Katie Couric, Ricki Lake, Steve Harvey, and Jeff Probst. Broadcast stations continue to experiment with in-house production to save costs and control ad inventory. 15 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Production Strategic Priorities Continue to invest in broadcast drama and support our current prime time dramas Last Resort, The Mob Doctor, Made in Jersey, and Unforgettable. Prepare our broadcast comedies Community and Happy Endings for the syndication/SVOD Marketplace. Invest in A-list writers, directors and producers for future drama/comedy/unscripted development. Continue to grow international revenues through exploring co-production opportunities and maximizing tax credits. Develop series with broad international appeal with globally marketable talent to sell in the US and abroad. Build on our syndication success to expand into the daytime market with Queen Latifah in 2013. Expand our prime time broadcast and cable reality slate. Continue to maintain a balanced portfolio across the cable and broadcast business to secure SPTs position as a prime destination for premiere talent in scripted and non-scripted programming. 16 SPT Timeline: 2005 2012 (excluding Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, Days of Our Lives, Young & The Restless) UPDATED 8.7.12 Rules Rules of of Engagement Engagement becomes becomes primetimes primetimes #2 #2 comedy comedy SPT SPT becomes becomes the the #1 #1 producer producer of of scripted scripted cable cable series series SPT SPT achieves achieves 29 29 Emmy Emmy nominations nominations Only Only studio studio to to get get a a new new series series on on each each of of the the 5 5 broadcast broadcast networks networks 11 Book of series Daniel Emilys Reasons Love Monkey Beautiful People The Boondocks King of Queens Huff Rescue Me Strong Medicine The Shield Judge Hatchett 2005 Pilots2006 16 Inv. Pool $(81)MM SPT SPT secures secures partnership partnership with with Harpo Harpo and and successfully successfully launches launches Dr. Dr. Oz Oz Rescue Rescue Me Me sells sells into into U.S. U.S. syndication syndication and and

has has an an ultimate ultimate profit profit of of $47M $47M Community Community becomes becomes first first new new comedy comedy to to anchor anchor Thursday Thursday nights nights since since The The Cosby Cosby Show Show Rules Rules sold sold in in syndication syndication in in 97% 97% of of U.S. U.S. 7 7 shows shows on on 2011 2011 primetime primetime fall fall schedule schedule (most (most since since 2002) 2002) SPT SPT has has broadcast broadcast programming programming on on 6 6 of of 7 7 nights nights of of the the 2011 2011 fall fall schedule schedule SPT SPT has has the the best best broadcast broadcast drama drama pilot-to-series pilot-to-series conversion conversion ratio ratio of of any any studio studio (75%) (75%) Highest Highest volume volume year year in in SPT SPT history history with with 13 13 stand-alone stand-alone profitable profitable series series Three Three primetime primetime broadcast broadcast reality reality series series SPT SPT has has more more new new broadcast broadcast comedy comedy series series than than any any other other studio studio 22 series The The Shield Shield becomes becomes SPTs SPTs first first cable-to-cable cable-to-cable series series sale; sale; $32M $32M 16 series Big Day Heist Kidnapped

Rules of Engagement Runaway Til Death 10 Items or Less My Boys Judge Maria Lopez Greg Behrendt The Boondocks Huff King of Queens Rescue Me The Shield Judge Hatchett 2006 2007 16 $(96)MM 17 series Canterburys Law Cashmere Mafia Power of 10 Spider-Man Viva Laughlin Breaking Bad Damages Judge David Young Rules of Engagement Til Death 10 Items or Less The Boondocks My Boys Rescue Me The Shield Judge Hatchett Judge Maria Lopez 17 series Sit Down, Shut Up The Unusuals The Beast Newlywed Game Judge Karen Rules of Engagement Spider-Man Til Death 10 Items or Less The Boondocks Breaking Bad Damages My Boys Rescue Me The Shield Judge David Young Judge Hatchett 17 series Brothers Community Shark Tank The Sing-Off Drop Dead Diva Hawthorne Justified Make My Day Dr. Oz Rules of Engagement Til Death The Boondocks Breaking Bad Damages My Boys Rescue Me Newlywed Game Happy Endings Mad Love Mr. Sunshine Breaking In Plain Jane The Big C Franklin & Bash Nate Berkus Community Rules of Engagement Shark Tank The Sing-Off The Boondocks Breaking Bad Damages Drop Dead Diva Hawthorne Justified My Boys Rescue Me Newlywed Game Dr. Oz Community Community sold sold to to SVOD SVOD and and Cable Cable SPT SPT achieves

achieves 39 39 Emmy Emmy nominations nominations 4 4 new new series series premiering premiering on on all all 4 4 major major broadcast broadcast networks networks SPT SPT converts converts 50% 50% of of broadcast broadcast pilots pilots to to series series 24 series Charlies Angels Pan Am Unforgettable Necessary Roughness Re-Modeled Substitute Breaking In Franklin & Bash Happy Endings The Big C Nate Berkus Community Rules of Engagement Shark Tank The Sing-Off The Boondocks Breaking Bad Damages Drop Dead Diva Hawthorne Justified Rescue Me Dr. Oz Newlywed Game 2007 2008 15 2008 8 2009 2009 2010 12 2010 14 2011 2011 2012 14 $(78)MM $(63)MM $(72)MM $(85)MM $(86)MM 25 series Mob Doctor Last Resort Made In Jersey Save Me The Job Men At Work Masters of Sex Client List Pyramid Franklin & Bash Happy Endings The Big C Necessary Roughness Community Rules of Engagement Unforgettable Shark Tank The Boondocks Breaking Bad Damages Drop Dead Diva Justified Substitute Dr. Oz Newlywed Game 2012 9 2013 $(86)MM 17 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Production Assumptions 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16

Season Season Season Season NETWORK Community Rules Of Engagement Happy Endings Unforgettable The Mob Doctor Made in Jersey Last Resort Save Me Returning Comedies Returning Dramas 4th 7th 3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st 4th 2nd 5th 3rd 6th 4th Add'l Drama Picked Up 2nd 3nd 4th 4th 30th 29th CABLE Pilots 1 The Young and the Restless 40th Days of Our Lives 48th Dr. Oz SYNDICATED Queen Latifah SERIES Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! Not Returning 1 Pilots New Comedies New Dramas Changes since PY MRP Big C Boondocks Breaking Bad Drop Dead Diva Franklin and Bash Justifie d Necessary Roughness Client List Men at Work Masters & Johnson Returning Dramas 9 2 1 9 2 1 9 2 1 41st 49th 42nd 50th 43rd 51st 5th 1st 31st 30th 6th 2nd 32nd 31st 7th 3rd 33rd 32nd FY13 3rd 5th 5th/6th 4th 3rd 4th 2nd 2nd 1st 1st FY14 4th

3 Pilots 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 2 4th 4th 1 3 3 3 2 2 2 1st 4th 4th 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 2nd 6th 3rd 1 1 7th 4th 1 1 3 3 3 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 9 1 9 1 9 1 9 1 Changes since PY MRP 4th season assumed 5th 5th New Cable Series New Network Series MADE-FOR-TV Movie MOVIES Mini-Series FY16 4th New Drama Series Pyramid Sing Off Shark Tank TBD Network Series NON-SCRIPTED Returning Cable Series Returning Network Series 5th 4th 5th 3rd FY15 Add'l Drama Series Add'l Comedy Series Not Returning 18 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 Projected Value of Shows in Syndication SHOWS IN SYNDICATION / EXPECTED TO SYNDICATE ANTICIPATED VALUE TO SPE(1) Current Examples

Rules of Engagement Rescue Me Breaking Bad Community Happy Endings $37MM $55MM $65MM $29MM $40MM Projected Examples Last Resort2 $113MM Attractive returns with upside potential for shows that prove to be a hit Note: 1. Value on an ultimate basis after allocated overhead; as of FY13 Q2 Forecast August 2012, except as noted below in Note 2 Note: 2. Value on an ultimate basis after allocated overhead; based on updated Greenlight financial model 19 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Production Current Series & Development Cost Revenue 2, 1,850 1,830 1, 1,614 EBIT 238 1,709 1,538 1,519 1,576 214 198 198 196 167 1, 152 50 0 0 FY13 Budget/Q2 FY14 Prior/MRP FY15 Prior/MRP FY16 MRP FY13 Budget/Q2 FY14 Prior/MRP FY15 Prior/MRP FY16 MRP 20 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Production Current Series & Development Cost EBIT ($MM) Budget Broadcast Network: Scripted Pilots and Series Cable Network: Scripted Pilots and Series First-Run Syndication Non-Scripted Development Prior MRP Target Expense Reduction PY MRP FY14 MRP Variance PY MRP FY15 MRP Variance FY16

MRP (36) 41 28 18 2 (34) (6) 29 16 2 (34) (47) 1 (2) - 59 8 23 2 (34) 25 25 34 1 (34) (34) 17 11 (1) - 48 33 42 3 (34) 26 45 19 55 7 (48) 58 51 (7) 92 4 4 5 5 - 7 7 30 49 19 60 12 (48) 65 58 (7) 99 Days of Our Lives, Young & Restless Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy! Total Daytime & Games 31 106 137 30 119 149 (1) 13 12 29 109 138 28 112 140 (1) 3 2 28 121 149 27

111 138 (1) (10) (11) 27 112 139 Total 167 198 31 198 152 (46) 214 196 (18) 238 Embassy Row Subtotal 11 52 18 Variance 5 17 2 (1) - (4) Total Before Embassy Row 6 35 16 1 (32) FY13 Q2 FCST - - 7 21 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Production Library and Net Overhead EBIT 90 80 77 70 62 60 61 59 50 56 55 44 40 30 20 10 0 FY13 Budget/ Q2 FY14 Prior/MRP FY15 Prior/MRP FY16 MRP 22 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Production Library and Net Overhead EBIT ($MM) Library All Other Products Net G&A Challenge Total Budget 106 (3) (36) 10 77

FY13 Q2 FCST 102 (5) (35) 62 Variance (4) (2) 1 (10) (15) PY MRP 87 (4) (40) 18 61 FY14 MRP 101 (5) (37) 59 Variance 14 (1) 3 (18) (2) PY MRP 86 (7) (41) 6 44 FY15 MRP 99 (5) (38) 56 Variance 13 2 3 (6) 12 FY16 MRP 100 (5) (40) 55 23 U.S. Production New Series Investment & Development UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 Represents ONLY development expense and deficit pilots/series and EXCLUDES profitable series $MM Scripted Pilot/Series Scripted Development Allocated Overhead (100) (90) (80) (70) (83 ) (18) (78 ) (15) (60) (50) (80 ) (7) (34) (36) (34) (30) (29) FY13 Frcst FY14 Current (80 ) (12) (34) (40) (30) (20) (10) (39) (34) 0 Budget/Prior MRP Variance

FY15 Current (86) (74) (74) 3 (4) (6) FY16 Current 24 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Product Library Revenue Ad Sales U.S. Dist 182 28 40 1 30 80 14 Merch/Other EBIT SPHE U.S. TV Int'l TV 160 162 22 20 173 26 163 150 24 26 40 1 25 14 145 3 9 2 102 1 15 14 35 36 3 8 2 101 87 22 35 36 106 1 14 14 35 1 15 14 99 100 86 80 60 40 40 0 71 68 FY13 Budget/Q2 74 74

FY14 Prior/MRP 74 78 FY15 Prior/MRP FY16 MRP 74 20 0 FY13 Budget/Q2 FY14 Prior/MRP FY15 Prior/MRP FY16 MRP 25 3 Areas of Discussion 1. Production 2. Distribution & Ad Sales 3. Networks 26 TEXT NOT UPDATED JOY TO UPDATE U.S. Distribution Market Environment New competition among premium subscription services (Netflix, Hulu, Amazon) is increasing demand for new/library film and television product Cable networks continue to emphasize original programming and top-level film/TV series acquisitions Premium new release movies continue to be the gold standard and the demand for exclusive rights is growing to protect against competition Buyers are mostly interested in series from the 1990s and forward In syndication, stations continue to pay aggressively for top-quality talk shows and comedies In the near future, there will be opportunities to introduce new shows and for Dr. Oz ratings to grow as aging daytime hosts leave their franchises Digital network space continues to develop and offers increased licensing opportunity (e.g. Antenna TV, Bounce, Me.TV) Retransmission agreements create a new revenue stream for broadcaster-owned stations (e.g., ABC, CBS) to receive cash payment from cable operators (e.g., Comcast, Time Warner) for the right to air the station's signals This incremental revenue puts our network and station clients in a stronger economic position to license product 27 UPDATED AS OF 7.30.12 U.S. Distribution Strategic Priorities Pay TV Subscription Cable TV Syndication One Sony Library Pursue a pay output extension (2017-19), considering a split slate if this optimizes pricing Maximize fees for feature product in first pay window Preserve premium quality of pay offering, which preserves the value of features downstream Retain control in emerging Internet exploitation or secure enough compensation that SPE can be indifferent to wider exploitation Retain flexibility for SPE to pursue key corporate initiatives: UltraViolet, SEN and Crackle Leverage SVOD Licensing and Strategic Product Planning for US Channel Carriage Deploy leverage of direct-to-MSO SVOD licensing towards carriage of SPT Channels, both in deal timing and in avoiding a duplicative product mix Make available unsold product and drive network window titles Consider rights carve-outs in pay negotiations Leverage SPT Distribution relationships to find new homes for broken SPT series (attempted for Pam Am with Amazon) Develop emerging cable channels (e.g., G4, Reelz, NuvoTV) as buyers Aggressively pursue small cable buyers as targets for SPE product as larger players move increasingly towards an originals strategy and away from off-net/library buys Use demographic/niche-targeted sales pitch and creative deal structures (including time-buys, to expand the footprint of cumulative inventory sold by SPTAS) Push cable networks in the direction of TV Everywhere, which supports the lucrative pay cable model, and away from open Internet dot-coms Limit parameters for ancillary on-demand exploitation to maintain the proven, primary value of linear television Develop consistent flow of first-run product with top talent: Queen Latifah (avail FY14) Sell all off-net syndication series: Rules of Engagement (avail FY13), Community (avail FY14), Happy Endings (avail FY16) Pursue new broadcast spectrum opportunity with Sony Electronics Exploit Sony technology to empower stations to reach mobile Sony devices with Sony proprietary technology, and potentially retain spectrum for SPT Increase feature library sales despite the flat market Strategic use of driver inventory to leverage broad package sales Bulk buys to drive low rated product Hyper-targeted offerings with premium pricing to take advantage of fragmented market and multiple buyers Aggressive stacking of nonexclusive buyers in the SVOD, syndication/Dot.2 and emerging cable channel 28 UPDATED AS OF 8.3.12 U.S. Distribution Financial Summary Revenue Profit Contribution $MM $MM 900

800 EBIT 749 759 450 774 756 663 700 $MM 400 695 690 40 378 389 394 375 373 344 336 350 35 300 500 250 400 200 300 150 200 100 10 100 50 5 FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current Pay $1.20B/$1.24B $1.32B/$0.93B $1.89B/$1.78B DBO FY16 Current 36 31 28 25 25 25 20 15 0 FY13 Bdgt/Frcst 34 30 600 0 34 0 FY13 Bdgt/Frcst FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current FY13 Bdgt/Frcst FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current $2.08B

Revenue and corresponding profit contribution volatility is largely driven by release timing, size of theatrical slate and timing of off-net syndication avails (e.g., Rules of Engagement (FY13), Community (FY14), Happy Endings, (FY16)) 29 UPDATED AS OF 8.3.12 U.S. Distribution Financial Summary by Division ($MM) 2012 to 2015 Major Releases (Pay) 2010 to 2014 Major Releases (Free) Other Current Library Total MPG Budget 173 136 65 61 435 Variance 12 (10) 7 9 34 31 (3) 32 52 48 190 42 279 749 48 195 42 285 759 6 6 11 47 221 38 307 756 45 166 38 250 663 Budget 264 14 114 391 (14) 378 FY13 Q2 FCST 270 12 121 402 (14) 389 Variance 6 (2) 7 11 11 (344) (355) (11) (339) (305) 34 34 - 36 31 Total WW Acquisitions Starz Bonus First Run and off-net Syndication Library Total TV Total ($MM) MPG WW Acquisitions TV Total G&A Profit Contribution GROSS REVENUE FY14 PY MRP MRP

Variance 188 142 (45) 111 93 (18) 51 59 8 67 67 (0) 417 361 (56) FY13 Q2 FCST 184 126 72 61 443 Transfer to Product Owners EBIT PY MRP 202 129 78 73 482 FY15 MRP 194 125 71 73 463 Variance (8) (4) (7) (19) FY16 MRP 160 97 52 73 382 20 30 34 4 32 (2) (55) (57) (93) 42 182 38 262 774 40 120 38 198 695 (2) (62) (64) (79) 40 197 38 275 690 PROFIT CONTRIBUTION FY14 PY MRP MRP Variance 257 223 (33) 13 22 10 118 104 (14) 388 350 (38) (14) (14) (1) 375 336 (39) PY MRP 295 12 102 408 (14) 394 FY15 MRP 283 14 91

388 (15) 373 Variance (12) 2 (10) (20) (1) (21) FY16 MRP 236 13 110 359 (15) 344 34 (366) (348) 18 (319) (5) 28 25 (3) 25 * Prior year restated for Amazon/SVOD transfer 30 UPDATED AS OF 7.31.12 U.S. Distribution Library Gross Revenue by Division REVENUE ($MM) TV 120 MPG 103 103 105 105 61 61 67 67 42 42 38 38 111 111 111 73 73 73 38 38 38 100 80 60 40 20 0 FY13 Bdgt/Frcst FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current 31 UPDATED AS OF 8.3.12 International Distribution Market Environment Multiplying our options to lessen our dependence on the traditional marketplace

Traditional TV business is still struggling to emerge from the global financial crisis. However, continued demand for strong network TV product creates opportunities Allows us to sell the individual product for more (e.g., Last Resort expected to generate $2.2M per episode in Season 1) Enables us to make better deals in big markets (e.g., Germany/RTL, France/TF1, Canada/Shaw) across our television and feature portfolio New SVOD services create opportunities and competitive advantage Creates opportunity to drive incremental product value across key markets (e.g., Netflix, Amazon/Lovefilm, NowTV, HBO GO) SVOD is creating a stronger global platform for serialized cable dramas (e.g., Breaking Bad and Damages on Netflix) Local productions are poised for growth A fully integrated format sales business enables us to better capture opportunities across local and U.S. production 32 UPDATED AS OF 7.30.12 International Distribution Strategic Priorities Exploit market trends and broadcaster relationships to maximize content value Leverage Slate of Network Dramas Sustained delivery of network dramas will enable revenues for TV product to grow to $541MM by FYE15 and amplify feature film revenue Continue to work closely with SPT U.S. Production to secure and sustain strategically important network dramas Broaden scope of broadcaster relationships to explore English language, European content, co-production opportunities Look for key series acquisition opportunities (e.g. House of Cards) Capitalize Upon New Market Entrants Build Secure Pipeline of Future Revenue Close long-term deals in key markets over the plan Ensure we keep rights to key revenue-driving feature film franchises Develop Stronger Relationships in Key Markets Focus on select markets to expand SPTs presence and better capitalize on opportunities (Scandinavia, South Africa) Deepen relationship with clients to ensure success through partnering on launches, promotions Leverage strength of having multiple programming genres in our portfolio (e.g. hit 33 movies, hit TV, formats) Take full advantage of opportunities with emerging SVOD players Work with a wide range of partners to develop deal structure options to help them maximize value of their offerings and compete with traditional businesses UPDATED AS OF 7.31.12 International Distribution Building a Secure Deal Pipeline Closing key deals in top markets will help secure new revenue over the plan U.S. FEATURE SLATE CURRENT COMMITMENTS FOR MAJOR TERRITORIES FIRST PAY WINDOW SECOND PAY WINDOW FIRST FREE TV WINDOW CLIENT (DEAL EXPIRY) LAST U.S. SLATE INCLUDES CLIENT (DEAL EXPIRY) LAST U.S. SLATE INCLUDES CLIENT (DEAL EXPIRY) LAST U.S. SLATE INCLUDES UK BSKYB* (Jun-15) Mid 2014 LOVEFILM (May-15) Mid 2013 NETFLIX (Jan-15) Mid 2011 FRANCE CANAL Plus **

(Mar-13) Mid 2012 TPS ** (Mar-13) Mid 2011 TF1 (Dec-14) 2012 GERMANY ITALY SKY DEUTSCHLAND (Sep-16) SKY ITALIA (Dec-16) SPAIN SOGECABLE (Dec-13) CANADA TMN / SUPER ECRAN ** (Mar-13) MOVIE CENTRAL (Mar-16) Mid 2015 ** 2015 ** 2012 2016 2012 A3 (Feb-14) FORTA (Dec-13) TVE (Dec-13) 2011 None NETFLIX (Sep-12) SHAW (2012) 2012 NINE ** (Jun-13) Mid 2010 CINEMANIA (Dec-13) 2011 Mid 2012 Mid 2015 AUSTRALIA PMP SHOWTIME ** (Dec-13) 2012 None JAPAN WOWOW (Mar-15) STAR CHANNEL (Jun-15) Mid 2014 None KOREA OCN (Feb-15) Mid 2014 None BRAZIL HBO OLE (Mar-18) Mid 2017 NETFLIX (Aug-15) MEXICO HBO OLE (Mar-18) Mid 2017 NETFLIX (Aug-15) * Deal subject to contract ** New deal in negotiation RTL (Dec-2016)

SKY ITALIA (Dec-15) None CJ MEDIA (Sep-16) 2014 2013 GLOBO ** (Jul-13) Mid 2010 2013 TELEVISA (Mar-13) 2011 34 UPDATED AS OF 8.3.12 International Distribution Financial Summary Driving strong growth over the plan revenue hits $1.84B in FY16; Profit contribution exceeds $780MM Revenue Profit Contribution FX Impact FX Impact $MM FX Impact $MM 2,000 1,800 1,600 1,630 1,600 8 1,400 1,644 1,683 42 1,696 43 1,757 1,845 700 0 700 733 3 713 738 18 727 755 18 600 1,602 1,592 $MM 900 800 1,200 1,000 EBIT 400 800 400 200 200 100 0 0 FY13 Bdgt/Frcst FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current (49) (30) 697 695 (51)

709 300 600 (10) (20) 500 1,653 781 (40) (50) (45) (45) (1) (50) (53) (60) FY13 Bdgt/Frcst FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current FY13 Bdgt/Frcst FY14 Prior/Current (1) (52) (54) (54) FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current Unfavorable currency movement impacts revenue growth, with continued volatility posing additional risk (esp. Euro) 35 UPDATED AS OF 8.3.12 International Distribution Financial Summary by Division Revenues from TV product to exceed $600MM over the plan ($MM) GROSS REVENUE FY14 PY MRP MRP Variance 585 598 13 175 187 12 180 190 10 940 975 35 Budget 580 180 180 940 FY13 Q2 FCST 590 185 185 960 Variance 10 5 5 20 135 160 25 170 170 U.S. TV Current U.S. TV Library TV Int'l Production TV Int'l Acquired/Other Total TV Total 386 70 60 9 525 1,600 364 70 62 14

510 1,630 (22) 2 5 (15) 30 396 75 55 9 534 1,644 Total Excl Digital Trans. 1,500 1,539 39 1,538 Budget 599 59 91 749 (49) 700 FY13 Q2 FCST 609 71 107 788 (54) 733 Variance 10 12 16 39 (5) 34 (745) (778) (33) (763) (791) (45) (45) (0) (50) (53) MPG Current MPG Flow MPG Library Total MPG WW Acquisitions MPG WW Acquisitions TV TOTAL G&A Profit Contribution Transfer to Product Owners EBIT * Prior year restated for Format Sales PY MRP 580 182 180 942 FY15 MRP 609 191 195 995 Variance 29 9 15 53 FY16 MRP 647 203 200 1,050 - 175 175 - 180 396 75 57 11 538 1,683 2

2 4 39 438 75 60 6 579 1,696 441 75 63 8 587 1,757 3 3 2 7 60 461 80 65 9 615 1,845 1,583 44 1,579 1,643 63 1,716 PROFIT CONTRIBUTION FY14 PY MRP MRP Variance 597 617 20 76 75 (1) 93 103 10 766 795 29 (53) (57) (4) 713 738 25 PY MRP 598 79 104 781 (54) 727 FY15 MRP 628 78 107 813 (58) 755 Variance 30 (1) 2 32 (4) 28 FY16 MRP 659 80 97 836 (57) 779 (29) (779) (809) (30) (833) (3) (52) (54) (2) (54) 36 UPDATED AS OF 7.31.12 International Distribution Library Gross Revenue REVENUE ($MM) TV

300 250 MPG 265 270 255 255 180 185 180 190 180 70 70 75 75 75 250 280 255 200 150 195 200 100 50 75 80 0 FY13 Bdgt/Frcst FY14 Prior/Current FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current 37 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Ad Sales Market Environment TV Spending remains consistent with last years strong upfront Broadcast Prime up +1.6% to $9.2B; Cable up +4.3% to $9.7B (stronger than broadcast for 2 nd year in a row); Syndication flat at $2.5B Pricing in upfront still on the rise (all in the 6-9% range for broadcast nets, CBS recorded top pricing gains) Sell-out levels were higher in upfront this year (~80% vs. mid-70s last year) which could lead to strong scatter market, but uncertain economy could have negative effect. Outlook still unclear Auto / Telecom / QSR / Insurance strong upfront spenders; studio spending down Syndication market un-even - strong performers had strong demand, but excess inventory in off nets has this, deflated some pricing New talk shows sold well, with Katie commanding CPMs in line with other high-rated daytime programs (good sign for Queen Latifah) Digital Video streams and dollars spent continue to grow year over year Projected spending for online video advertising $3B, a +55% increase over last year As digital and traditional media converge, TV buyers play an increased role in placement and buying of digital video - internet companies not taking huge chunk of TV money, but will take some Market still dominated by portals, YouTube, Hulu, Yahoo. But video streams far exceed ad impressions-deflating pricing: YouTube 44% of video streams, 13% of ad inventory Strong growth in mobile/OTT inventory agencies starting to shy away from ad networks, doing more publisher-direct deals Men watching 2.5x more online video than women Cross platform measurement is creating new revenue opportunities but favors big broadcaster 38 UPDATED AS OF 8.3.12 TV Priorities Continue to drive additional revenue for first run through pricing increases and advertiser integrations

Renew incumbent integration clients such as Walgreens, Pedigree, Weight Watchers and P&G for Dr. Oz Show Aggressively pursue limited amount of integration partners including Cover Girl, Target, Frito-Lay and possibly an automotive for Queen Latifah Show in launch season Go for share in TV market upfront Expand current list advertisers for 30s/10s Sell Queen Latifah Show as the next first-run must have show in television Establish sell out levels of 70% or higher in upfront and sell remaining inventory at premium CPMs Expand FEARnet advertisers with Digital Ad Insertion (DAI) on the VOD platform. Have already secured 8 test partners Maintain demand for Seinfeld by using 360 approach (TV, Crackle)-keeping the brand fresh Strategize with distribution to pursue incremental opportunities for Dot Two Networks / Court Block, etc.. 39 UPDATED AS OF 8.3.12 Digital Priorities Dedicated Crackle team driving revenue to $44mm in FY14 Transform ad sales organization to a single focus structure Scale to drive and deliver revenue on par with major competitors Establish Crackle as a new entry and strong member at the Digital New Front Heightened categorical focus on theatrical releases, TV tune-in, gaming, wireless, auto (Crackle) with implementation of rich media units Focus on closing more publisher-direct deals less reliance on ad networks; higher CPMs Dynamic ad integration for PlayStation Network and devices (more video options to yield higher revenue; $25M+ in FY14) Lead RFP process (FreeWheel/ Double click) Work with CSX out of Tokyo Decision made by end of September Develop and pioneer high-value rich media placements on connected devices (PlayStation and Crackle) Establish one standardized technology solution to support all properties Dedicated research initiatives exploring avenues including: Cross-platform measurement (comScore or Nielsen) Demo targeting Mixture of research initiatives and technology integration Expand international operations shared services opportunities in Latam (PlayStation, SPTI) 40 UPDATED AS OF 8.3.12 U.S. Ad Sales Growth Strategy Focus on digital as significant growth area. Position Crackle, PlayStation in the market with the scale and opportunity of marketplace leaders like Hulu and Xbox Continue to look for third party sales opportunities either through representation or acquisition (in past opportunities have been few and tied to distribution)

FEARnet to be first channel to offer Digital Ad Insertion (DAI) in VOD. Beta test in August could lead to strong revenue growth in FY14 Protect TV revenue with price increases/packaging and integrations Expand research capabilities potential opportunities include: Insights audience measurement through cross-platform solutions OTT measurement for Crackle Online proprietary panel to provide primary research for advertisers Evaluate opportunities with existing digital properties for international deal inclusion (PSN sales) and/or shared service support (ad ops) 41 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Ad Sales Financial Summary Revenue 127 386 339 EBIT Profit Contribution 0 (1) 327 100 (4) (4) 280 257 80 192 (8) 67 183 60 40 54 32 (8) 58 (11) (10) (5) (9) 34 20 0 0 FY13 Budget/Q2 FY14 Prior/MRP FY15 Prior/MRP FY16 MRP FY13 Budget/Q2 FY14 Prior/MRP FY15 Prior/MRP FY16 MRP FY13 Budget/Q2 FY14 Prior/MRP FY15 Prior/MRP FY16 MRP 42 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12

U.S. Ad Sales Financial Summary Budget FY13 Q2 17 5 13 17 4 13 Var vs Q1 Prior FY14 Current 16 5 32 13 15 5 25 7 Gross Revenue KING OF QUEENS TIL DEATH RULES OF ENGAGEMENT COMMUNITY HAPPY ENDINGS SEINFELD DR OZ NATE BERKUS QUEEN LATIFAH TBD SYNDICATED SERIES WHEEL OF FORTUNE, JEOPARDY! RIGHT THIS MINUTE All Other Subtotal - - (1) 151 2 140 2 (5) 209 1 175 Playstation Fearnet Other Third Party Distribution 12 3 8 15 3 7 3 - 25 3 11 25 5 7 Crackle 18 18 - 32 192 183 (3) (145) (15) (134) (15) 7 32 34 Transfer to Product Owner (43) SPTAS EBIT (11) Total Gross Revenue Costs Related to Revenue Ad Sales Overhead Profit Contribution - 37

60 7 - 31 53 6 - 13 - (2) (6) - 14 34 62 - 1 - 14 13 (3) (7) 23 13 30 67 3 (1) (13) 1 (34) 28 56 - 43 8 15 52 13 233 1 203 2 (4) 45 3 13 45 5 7 45 13 45 280 257 (23) (209) (17) (182) (17) 27 4 54 58 (44) (3) (62) (10) 1 (8) (1) - - 15 2 22 14 (7) (6) - - 14

5 27 24 - 31 55 20 Prior (1) - - - Var FY15 Current - - Var 1 (3) (5) (10) (2) (11) 9 (8) (2) 1 (30) 14 19 12 13 26 55 58 8 13 (1) 217 2 (6) 60 6 5 67 22 98 339 327 (12) 386 (255) (17) (210) (17) 45 (242) (17) 4 67 100 33 127 (67) (5) (71) (105) (34) (128) (9) (1) (4) (5) (1) (1) - - FY 16 Current - 43

3 Areas of Discussion 1. Production 2. Distribution & Ad Sales 3. Networks 44 MARK to update Networks Market Environment Macro economy is still recovering but not as fast or steady as originally anticipated Subscriber revenue continues to be strong but ad revenues are softer than anticipated India continues to prosper and Latam is strong but Europe is recovering much slower Asia/Japan - Asia cable/satellite market continues to show growth; Japan growth slowing US - carriage continues to be challenging but cross-divisional leverage creates opportunity Competition increasing as players roll out channels worldwide (e.g., Fox, NBCU, Turner, Discovery) Securing programming continues to be a challenge due to rising cost considerations and supplier constraints Numerous opportunities remain to acquire or launch new networks with significant returns FX movements now have an increasingly material impact on Networks projections Annual EBIT variability of $40MM - $55MM across the plan if the dollar FX rate moves up (unfavorable) or down (favorable) by 10% 45 MARK to update Networks Strategic Priorities Buy out Indian partners and realize an Indian regional opportunity Explore ways to leverage studio relationship with GSN Carry on launching channels in new and existing territories to increase scale and increase sales leverage and program buying power Continue to invest in ad and affiliate sales infrastructure (Dolphin, AXN Central Europe, Russia Channels, Crackle Latam) Continue to secure programming supply through studio output deals and investment in original programming (The Firm). Increase 3rd party acquisitions for US businesses Carry on expanding U.S. channels (CineSony, FEARnet buy up) and increase U.S. channels contribution to portfolio throughout the MRP period Maximize value in Crackle US and expand internationally (Latam, Brazil, Canada) Expand SPTL Asia facility to service EMEA channels 46 MARK to update Networks A Continuation of Strong Sustainable Growth Networks strong year-on-year earnings and revenue growth is forecast to continue Breaking through the $200MM milestone in FY12 (1 year ahead of plan) and the $300MM and $400MM milestones will also be achieved within the MRP period EBIT CAGR of 28% across the plan Revenue CAGR growth of over 14%, breaking both the $1.5B and $2B barriers within the plan Margin* pressure continues but expected to rise from 18% to 22% across the plan MSM India is forecast to have double digit margins (18%) Rising content costs, increased broadcasting costs from HD roll outs and the investment in ad sales and affiliate infrastructure keeps margins in check Continued annual investment in new operations will underpin future earnings growth

Thirteen investments from prior years are expected to become profitable in the next 3 years Separately, the six planned launches/acquisitions in FY12 are expected to collectively generate $13MM of positive earnings in FY15 * Margin excludes GSN PPA to normalize year-on-year progression 47 MARK to update Networks Growth Opportunities Europe Dolphin Adsales and Channels in the UK Enter Turkey/Greece market AXN SPIN Central Europe 3Net Portugal Asia/Australia India Regional channels acquisitions/launches MSM buy-up Expansion of SET One Launch of Animax Japan on BS and AXN Mystery on CS110 China Latin America Crackle Latin America U.S. CineSony - U.S. Spanish-language Channel 48 UPDATED AS OF 8.6.12 Networks Financial Summary Year over Year Revenue EBIT 600 ($MMs) 3,000 ($MMs) U.S. 2,500 CAGR 19 % 2,000 U.S. Int'l 2,580 606 2,258 520 500 24%R CAG 400 1,961 455 1,500 410 119 267 47 1,000 1506 500 503 145 329 80 300 1,537 375 Int'l 1738 1974 1162 200 100 358 220 249

291 - FY13 Frcst FY14 Current FY15 Current FY16 Current FY13 Frcst FY14 Current FY15 Current FY16 Current Note: EBIT excludes 3Net EBIT of ($6MM), ($5MM), ($4MM) and ($2MM) in FY13-FY16, respectively. UPDATED AS OF 8.1.12 Networks Financial Summary versus Budget/PY MRP Revenue $MM Int'l 1,611 FX Adj 1,690 389 1,537 450 500 0 (500) 496 (79) FY13 Budget/Frcst 308 FX Adj 606 400 520 300 1,748 1,738 1,974 0 FY14 Prior/Current (255) FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current 54 329 267 FX 380 FX Adj 503 474 151 410 (100) 253 145 119 120 80 47 200 100 (225) 388 281 FX Adj 307 375 1,301 1,162 24%R CAG

500 455 1,557 1,506 U.S. 2,580 2,244 2,258 1,000 Int'l 600 1,989 FX Adj 2,007 1,961 2,000 $MM FX CAGR 1,782 FX Adj 2,500 1,500 U.S. 19 % 3,000 EBIT 220 (26) FY13 Budget/Frcst 268 323 249 (80) FY14 Prior/Current 291 358 (94) FY15 Prior/Current FY16 Current (200) Note: EBIT excludes 3Net EBIT of ($6MM), ($5MM), ($4MM) and ($2MM) in 50 FY13-FY16, respectively. UPDATED AS OF 8.6.12 Networks Financial Summary ($MM) Budget International EMEA Latin America Asia (excl. MSM & Ch 8) India FY13/14/15/16 New Launches/Committe d & New Opps Total International U.S. GSN Crackle Sony Movie Channel/CineSony Games FY13/14/15/16 New Launches/Committe d & New Opps Total U.S. Home Office/Other Total FY13 Q2 FCST Variance PY MRP Revenue FY14 MRP Variance PY MRP FY15 MRP Variance FY16 MRP 229 216 236 611 209 197 214 526 (20) (19) (22)

(85) 285 285 261 691 238 236 231 657 (47) (49) (30) (34) 311 329 280 774 265 276 248 750 (46) (53) (32) (24) 291 316 258 844 9 15 6 35 144 109 54 199 145 265 1,301 1,161 (140) 1,557 1,506 (51) 1,748 1,738 (10) 1,974 339 31 14 5 334 28 8 5 (5) (3) (6) - 368 46 29 7 372 56 20 7 4 10 (9) - 393 60 34 9 407 79 25 9 14 19 (9) - 453 113 28 12 - - 389

375 (14) - - - - - - 450 455 5 496 520 24 - 1 1 - - 1,690 1,537 (153) 2,007 1,961 - 606 - - - - (46) 2,244 2,258 14 2,580 Variance PY MRP EBIT Budget International EMEA Latin America Asia (excl. MSM & Ch 8) India FY13 Q2 FCST Variance PY MRP FY14 MRP FY15 MRP Variance FY16 MRP 29 69 49 120 21 57 46 109 (8) (12) (3) (11) 67 103 61 120 38 60 51 146 (29) (43) (10) 26 83 126 74

141 56 80 64 172 (27) (46) (10) 31 71 101 70 205 (11) (4) 7 (51) (24) 27 (66) (46) 20 (51) Total International 256 229 (27) 300 271 (29) 358 326 (32) 396 U.S. Crackle/SMC/CineSony/FEARnet/Hollywood Suite GSN (11) 65 (15) 62 (4) (3) 6 114 (2) 82 (8) (32) 16 135 7 112 (9) (23) 18 127 FY13/14/15/16 New Launches/Committe d & New Opps FY13/14/15/16 New Launches/Committe d & New Opps - - - - - 54 47 (7) 120 80 (31) (29) 2 (32) (32) - 13 10 5

20 - 7 (10) (5) - 10 - 10 - - - Total 307 267 (40) 388 329 (59) 474 410 (64) 503 3NET (8) (6) 2 (2) (5) (3) 2 (4) (6) (2) Total U.S. Home Office General Challenge MSM India Challenge Overhead Challenge (40) - - 151 119 (35) (35) (32) - 145 (38) - 51 Need to update Year vs. Year EBIT ($ MM) FY13 to FY14 FY14 to FY15 FY15 to FY16 Budget / Prior MRP EBIT - - - TBD TBD TBD - - - TBD TBD TBD TBD

TBD - - - TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD - - - - - TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD - - TBD - Other - - - Total Change - - - MRP EBIT - - - 52 Need to update Variance to Budget / Prior MRP EBIT ($ MM) FY14 FY15 FY16 FY13 Budget/Prior Year MRP - - - TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD - - - TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD - - - - - - TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD -

- - - - - TBD - Other - - - Total - - - FY13 Forecast/MRP - - - 53 Need to update FY13 Risks & Opportunities ($ MM) EBIT Cash TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD

- - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - Total - - 54 APPENDIX MID RANGE PLAN FISCAL YEARS 20132016 SEPTEMBER [7], 2012 MATT to update SPT Cash Flow by Division ($ MM) Budget FY13 Q2 Fcst Variance PY MRP Cash Flow FY14 MRP Variance PY MRP FY15 MRP Variance FY16 MRP Networks US Distribution Int'l Distribution US Production & Ad Sales Int'l Production TOTAL 3D Networks 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 56 MATT to update SPT Gross Overhead ($ MM) Budget FY13 Q2 Fcst Variance PY MRP Overhead FY14 MRP Variance PY MRP FY15 MRP Variance FY16 MRP US & Int'l Networks - Existing Networks - New Investment US Distribution, Marketing & Research US Production & Ad Sales Int'l Production & Format Sales - Existing Production - New Investment

TOTAL 0 Budget 0 0 FY13 Q2 Fcst Variance 0 PY MRP 0 0 Headcount FY14 MRP Variance 0 PY MRP 0 FY15 MRP 0 Variance 0 FY16 MRP Library All Other Products Net G&A Challenge TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 57 UPDATED AS OF 7.31.12 International Produced Program Line-Up UK: Victory Who Wants to be a Millionaire: ITV Racism in football documentary: BBC3 MSN - New Thinkers: Digital UK: Gogglebox Arabia Everybody Loves Raymond: Al-Hayat Lessa Badri: Al-Hayat Betty La Fea: Al-Hayat The Voice: MBC Wheel Of Fortune: Al-Hayat WWTBAM: Al-Hayat The Entrepreneur: Dubai TV The Desk: Promomedia Lets Make A Deal: Al-Hayat Breakaway: Al-Hayat Neshan: Al-Hayat Breakaway: BBC2 Plain Jane: MTV The Unseen Frankie: C4 Trading Secrets: BBC/HSBC Stand Out (pilot): C4 Russia: SPT & LEAN-M Italy: Toro

Numbers: RAI Chain Reaction: RAI The Winner (pilot): Mediaset Re-Fashion (pilot): SKY Lavrovas Method: CTC Veronins : CTC Disco of the 80s: CTC Gold Reserve: NTV Happy Together: TNT First Love: Rossiya Drop Dead Diva: CTC Germany Der Lehrer: RTL Auf Herz und Nieren: SAT1 Heidt: ZDF Pyramid: ZDF NRW Duell: WDR Bangers & Cash: VOX Cover Me: VOX Dog Swap: VOX Teddys Show: ZDF 58 UPDATED AS OF 7.31.12 International Produced Program Line-Up France: SPTPF & Starling Newlywed Game: France2 Who Wants to be a Millionaire Specials: TF1 Who Wants to Marry My Son: TF1 Brainiest: TF1 Netherlands: Tuvalu Latin America/USH Maid in Manhattan: Telemundo (USH) Cinco Viudas: Caracol La Hippocondriaca: Caracol El Laberinto: Caracol Maestro: Arvo Secrets Of War: MAX Crazy About You: VPRO The Prince and I: MAX Babyboom: NCRV Holiday SOS: MAX Watt nu serie: RTL DNA: NCRV War in My Head: EO Casanova Bootcamp: SBS Silver River Colombia: Teleset Profesion Policia: RCN Contra Las Cuerdas: RCN Mama Tambien: RCN Dr SOS: RCN Colombia Tiene Talento: RCN La Prepago: Elizabeth Taylor, Auction of Lifetime: Ch4 Hidden Talent: Ch4 Off By Heart Shakespeare: BBC Harlots, Housewives and Heroines: BBC Antiques Uncovered: BBC The Town That Never Retired: BBC Sergeant On Spike: ITV The Real Chariots Of Fire: ITV L Worsley Fit To Rule: BBC Brazil: Floresta UFC: Globo

Miss Brasil: Bandeirantes Miss Sao Paulo: Bandeirantes UFC Australia: 59 U.S. Production Current Program Lineup UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 More than 1,600 episodes produced per year Scripted Drama Network Cable Syndication Comedy Days of our Lives (NBC) Young & the Restless (CBS) Unforgettable (CBS) Last Resort (ABC) The Mob Doctor (FOX) Made in Jersey (CBS) Community (NBC) Rules of Engagement (CBS) Happy Endings (ABC) Save Me (NBC) Big C (Showtime) Boondocks (Cartoon Network) Men at Work (TBS) Breaking Bad (AMC) Rescue Me (FX) Damages (FX) Justified (FX) Drop Dead Diva (Lifetime) Franklin & Bash (TNT) Necessary Roughness (USA) The Client List (Lifetime) Masters of Sex (Showtime) Non-Scripted Game Show Other Reality/Talk MOWs / Mini Shark Tank (ABC) The Job (CBS) Newlywed Game (GSN) The Pyramid (GSN) Substitute (MTV) Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! Dr. Oz Queen Latifah Left to Die (Lifetime) Anna Nicole Smith (Lifetime) Hannahs Law (Hallmark) Bonnie & Clyde (History) Pompeii (TBD) Coma (A&E) Steel Magnolias (Lifetime) The Shadowing (Syfy) Winged Terror (Syfy) Ghost Storm (Syfy) Pegasus vs. Chimera (SyFy) Aladdin and the Death Lamp (SyFy) Five 2 (Lifetime) 60 U.S. Production New Series Investment & Development Detail FY13 Bud Network: HAPPY ENDINGS MR. SUNSHINE BREAKING IN MAD LOVE CHARLIE'S ANGELS MOB DOCTOR - 12/13 Network Drama (single season) SAVE ME - 12/13 Network Comedy (single season) LAST RESORT - 12/13 Network Drama (multi-season) MADE IN JERSEY 13/14 Network Comedy #1 (single season) 13/14 Network Comedy #2 (multiseason co-prod) 13/14 Network Drama (single season)

14/15 Network Comedy (single season) 14/15 Network Drama #1 (multiseason) 14/15 Network Drama #2 (single season, co-prod) 15/16 Network Drama #1 (single season) 15/16 Network Drama #2 (single season co-prod) 15/16 Network Comedy #1 (multiseason) Pilots - 12/13 Pilots 13/14 and subsequent Total Network Pilots & Series Cable: FRANKLIN & BASH MEN AT WORK BIG C, THE THE CLIENT LIST NECESSARY ROUGHNESS JUSTIFIED HAWTHORNE Masters of Sex FY14 Drama #1 FY14 Drama #2 FY15 Drama #1 FY15 Drama #2 FY16 Drama #1 FY16 Drama #2 Cable Pilots Non-Committed Cable Pilots Total Cable Pilots & Series FY13 Q2 (7) - (1) FY14 FY15 FY16 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 - (2) 1 (2) (1) (5) 3 2 1 - - (2) (13) (11) (34) (1) - (6) 2 - - - 2 (10) (22) (23) (24) (32) (24) (30) 1 (1) - - - 0 (0) - (5) (17) (25) - - (3) 1 1 - (2) 1 - (1) - 2

- (1) (2) - 1 1 (5) - - (6) (6) (3) (3) (3) (7) (5) (6) (4) (3) Committed Development Non-Committed Development Total Development (32) (32) (36) (36) (34) (34) (34) (34) (34) (34) Total Allocated Overhead (13) (18) (15) (10) (12) GRAND TOTAL INVESTMENT (86) (83) (78) (80) (79) (86) 3 (74) (4) (74) (6) Prior Plan Variance vs Prior Plan 61 U.S. Production Major Contributors Non-Scripted/Reality New Series Investment Deficit Series, Development, and Pilots FY13 Q2 Forecast Revenue EBIT 38.6 0.4 297.8 (85.8) Q2 vs BUD Variance Revenue EBIT (25.9) 0.7 65.1 (0.2) FY14 CY MRP Revenue EBIT 44.3 1.6 228.9 (78.3) FY 14 CY v. PY Variance Revenue EBIT (58.7) (0.8) 12.0 (0.4) MATT to

UPDATE FY15 CY MRP Revenue EBIT 51.6 1.4 274.2 (74.7) FY 15 CY v. PY Variance Revenue EBIT (53.5) (1.0) 186.8 (0.3) FY16 CY MRP Revenue EBIT 70.6 2.9 356.7 (76.1) 336.4 (85.4) 39.2 0.5 273.2 (76.7) (46.7) (1.2) 325.8 (73.3) 133.3 (1.3) 427.2 (73.2) Rules of Engagement 98.6 Mr. Sunshine Happy Endings Til Death 8.1 Mad Love Breaking In Pan Am 8.5 Charlie's Angels 5.8 Unforgettable 26.5 Community 59.8 Save Me (fka Network TBD 12/13 Comedy - CoProd) Last Resort (fka Network TBD 12/13 Drama #2) Mob Doctor (fka Network TBD 12/13 Drama) 40.2 Made in Jersey Network TBD 13/14 Drama #1 Network TBD 13/14 Comedy #1 Network TBD 14/15 Drama Network TBD 14/15 Drama 2 Dr. Oz 125.4 Nate Berkus 13.9 Queen Latifah 0.0 14/15 TBD Syndication 15/16 TBD Syndication Rescue Me 3.1 My Boys 0.0 Damages 31.1 16.9 1.8 (0.2) (0.1) 4.8 15.4 3.3 20.0 2.5 (4.9) 0.9 0.0 8.8 (19.0) (0.3) (3.5) 3.2 (60.7) (1.4) (53.0) 40.2 (7.4) 5.0 0.0 1.6 (5.6) 5.4 (2.8) 1.8 (0.2) (0.1) (2.2) 8.0 (4.1)

3.3 0.0 2.5 (1.6) 1.0 0.0 5.1 43.9 4.7 0.7 39.6 39.2 0.6 88.0 10.8 5.8 126.6 0.5 32.1 2.7 7.6 13.0 5.7 0.1 0.3 0.7 3.8 (0.0) (1.4) 0.0 (0.0) 18.8 0.2 (2.4) 1.3 1.2 2.6 (6.4) (31.5) (0.3) (0.1) (1.5) (79.4) (36.4) (113.1) 0.6 2.3 10.8 5.8 (30.9) (11.2) 0.3 3.9 2.7 7.6 13.0 (2.4) (0.0) (0.1) (10.8) (12.0) (30.6) (0.0) (2.5) 0.0 (0.0) (2.0) 0.2 0.0 1.3 1.2 2.6 23.4 32.7 0.1 0.7 44.9 20.3 0.4 92.7 1.5 1.3 10.5 135.2 0.0 65.6 1.4 9.2 1.5 9.3 (0.0) 0.3 9.3 4.0 (0.0) 19.9 (0.0) (0.0) 25.7 0.0 7.6 0.7 0.0 (5.3) (37.7) (4.7) (0.1) (1.4) (85.9) (36.7) (93.9) (2.7) 14.3 1.5 1.3 1.4 (3.2) (45.7) (28.8) (14.9) (0.0) 11.1 (16.1) 1.4 9.2

(0.3) (9.7) (0.0) 0.0 (21.5) (13.5) (13.2) (0.3) 19.9 (0.0) (0.0) (1.9) 2.5 0.0 6.0 2.1 0.7 0.0 20.2 165.6 84.2 13.1 97.3 1.5 1.3 136.0 76.3 16.0 - 0.2 32.6 16.7 2.2 11.6 (0.0) 0.0 25.9 0.0 14.7 (2.4) - Big C Justified Franklin & Bash Boondocks Necessary Roughness Breaking Bad Hawthorne Drop Dead Diva Men at Work Client List Cable TBD Drama #1 - 12/13 Masters & Johnson Cable TBD Drama #1 - 13/14 Cable TBD Drama #2 - 13/14 Cable TBD Drama #1 - 14/15 Cable TBD Drama #2 - 14/15 Cable TBD Drama #1 - 15/16 Cable TBD Drama #2 - 15/16 Telenovela Sharecare Long Form Programming 23.2 46.2 27.8 6.2 92.7 10.2 42.3 5.7 0.1 64.6 1.7 6.6 (0.0) 0.9 29.6 2.4 11.4 0.6 0.1 5.9 (0.9) 5.7 27.8 0.1 7.2 10.2 5.1 (15.6) (24.6) 0.1 2.5 1.1 3.7 (0.0) (0.2) 4.0 2.4 2.9 (0.0) (1.4) 0.1 (3.1) 10.1 70.5 29.8 11.1 37.9 4.3 32.6 7.3 51.2 1.8 45.9 (0.0) 10.3 1.6 0.2 4.5 1.2 6.5

0.0 4.2 (1.2) 8.7 7.4 0.3 29.8 9.5 21.3 4.3 (20.6) 7.3 (41.1) 51.2 (20.2) (0.9) 3.1 (1.7) 1.6 0.2 1.2 1.2 (6.5) 0.0 (6.8) 4.2 (4.0) (0.9) 3.6 34.8 48.4 1.7 13.6 4.3 46.1 34.6 34.7 49.1 2.7 14.7 (0.1) 2.6 2.4 7.2 2.6 9.4 (0.6) 24.7 12.2 (38.6) (3.8) (0.2) (7.4) 13.6 4.3 (38.7) 46.1 7.3 (6.4) (22.6) (20.9) 6.4 1.6 8.0 (0.2) 0.0 (2.2) 2.6 (0.8) 2.4 7.2 1.4 (2.7) 4.4 13.1 6.0 54.3 19.0 52.1 36.7 40.9 32.1 43.2 3.4 0.1 1.7 6.8 1.2 8.4 6.0 7.4 9.0 Total Current non-deficit 740.3 128.4 (77.9) 20.3 718.3 66.8 (212.2) (63.0) 707.3 119.8 (361.0) (7.5) 908.7 145.7 Library Product

All Other Products 173.0 43.3 101.6 5.5 (9.2) (30.3) (4.4) 0.8 164.2 82.3 94.5 10.6 12.6 64.3 7.8 5.3 160.5 100.7 92.4 13.7 15.2 (7.5) 6.6 4.2 163.2 60.7 93.5 17.9 Total Library & Other titles 216.3 107.2 (39.6) (3.7) 246.5 105.1 76.8 13.0 261.2 106.0 7.7 10.9 223.9 111.4 Wheel of Fortune/Jeopardy! 229.6 119.5 19.8 13.8 212.9 112.0 5.6 2.6 210.7 111.1 (0.2) (9.7) 211.5 111.8 Days of Our Lives/ Young and the Restless 168.0 29.8 (11.5) (1.1) 177.6 28.4 (8.3) (0.1) 178.6 27.1 (8.5) (1.1) 179.2

26.7 - (20.5) (15.5) (14.0) - (10.0) (0.4) 0.1 - (21.2) (16.4) (18.0) - (18.0) 1.8 0.4 - (21.9) (17.0) (6.0) - (6.0) 1.7 0.4 - (22.7) (17.6) 27.3 4.1 (12.1) 0.0 55.7 5.2 - (0.3) 74.6 7.1 - (0.4) 74.6 7.4 1,717.9 267.5 (96.1) 19.5 1,684.2 203.2 (202.8) (64.8) 1,758.2 259.0 (234.8) (13.0) 2,025.0 289.6 Earnings Challenge / Reserve Net Overhead - SPTD Production Net Overhead - SPTD Ad Sales Embassy Row TOTAL 62 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Production Series Volume Assumptions FY13 Series Community - NBC Happy Endings - ABC Last Resort - ABC Made in Jersey - Drama - CBS Mob Doctor - Drama - FOX Rules of Engagement - CBS Save Me - Comedy - NBC Shark Tank - ABC Unforgettable - CBS Broadcast Multi Season Series Broadcast Multi Season Series Broadcast Multi Season Series Big C - Show time Boondocks - Cartoon Netw ork Breaking Bad - AMC Client List - Lifetime Drop Dead Diva - Lifetime Franklin & Bash - TNT Haw thorne - TNT

Justified - FX Masters of Sex - Show time Men at Work - TBS Necessary Roughness - USA Cable Multi Season Series Cable Multi Season Series Cable Multi Season Series Dr. Oz Queen Latifah New Series (each 'x' represents one new series prem iere) Broadcast Single Season Series (6) Cable Single Season Series (3) Syndicated Series (2) Non-Scripted Multi Season Series through the plan (6) Non-Scripted Single Season Series (4) 4 3 1 1 1 7 1 4 3 4 6 SVOD 2 4 2 SVOD 3 4 1 1 2 Cable Cable Seasons FY14 FY15 4 2 5 3 5 2 1 6 3 2 1 FY16 6 4 4 3 2 1 4 SVOD 5 3 5 2 2 3 1 Cable 1 Cable SVOD SVOD SVOD 4 SVOD 5 3 3 4 SVOD 2 Cable 2 Cable 1 4 4 5 3 3 2 4 5 1 6 2 7 3 Cable Cable xx Cable xx x Cable xx Cable x xx xx

x xx x Cable Cable x x Cable xx Cable x 63 UPDATED AS OF 8.7.12 U.S. Production Consolidated Financial Summary Revenue EBIT 293 2,012 1,979 2, 1,810 260 1,878 1,710 1,680 264 258 244 1,733 252 211 1, 1, 50 0 0 FY13 Budget/Q2 FY14 Prior/MRP FY15 Prior/MRP FY16 MRP FY13 Budget/Q2 FY14 Prior/MRP FY15 Prior/MRP FY16 MRP 64

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