This case involves a television production company that entered into a contract with a broadcasting company. The broadcasting company sold the production company access to a channel and advertisers engaged the channel. Over time, the channel lost viewers because of poor picture quality. Because of the poor signal quality, the production company lost viewers and the number of advertisers buying airtime dwindled. It was suspected that the broadcasting company added subchannels to the channel in question reducing the number of bites transmitted. An expert in the technical aspects of broadcast television was sought to construct a timeline of the broadcasting company’s manipulation of the channels and determine whether the production company should have been extricated from the contract.