NBC U Statement on Romney and “Friday Night Lights”

NBC Universal issued this statement this evening in response to news of “Friday Night Lights” creator Peter Berg’s letter to Mitt Romney’s campaign, asking the candidate to stop using a catchphrase from the show.

“We don’t think it’s appropriate for third parties to use our content without permission,” NBC U said,

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