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ProSieben Says Leverage Situation Manageable
Mediaset Says Vivendi Announces Further Appeal Against Italian Communications Authority
Mediaset Prevents Simon from voting at Shareholders' Meeting Of June 26
Mediaset SpA is an Italy-based company engaged in the broadcasting sector. The Company is active in the broadcasting of commercial television in Italy and Spain. In Italy, it divides its activities into two main segments: Integrated Television Operations, which is involved in free-to-air generalist television, through RTI SpA, which manages Canale 5, Italia I and Rete 4, as well as a broad range of programs, such as football, television series, cinema, documentaries and children’s television; Network Infrastructure Services and Management, operates through Ei Towers SpA, which operates infrastructure networks and electronic communications services in the field of television, radio and mobile phone broadcasting. In Spain, it operates with two generalist channels as Telecinco and Cuatro, and bouquet of six free-to-air thematic channels, as well as satellite television operator. It operates through RB1 and Monradio SpA.
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Pier Silvio Berlusconi
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Manager Institutional and Legal Affairs and Strategic Analysis Department of Mediaset S.p.A. and Deputy Chairman of RTI S.p.A., Executive Director
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* MEDIASET SAYS VIVENDI ANNOUNCES FURTHER APPEAL AGAINST ITALIAN COMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY
A cross-border European TV merger would make little sense, the CEO of German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 Media <PSMGn.DE> said on Wednesday, pushing back against calls for closer cooperation from Italy's Mediaset <MS.MI>.
* MEDIASET - Q1 NET PROFIT EUR 14.6 MILLION VERSUS EUR 36.7 MILLION (NOT 39.8 MILLION) YEAR AGO
* ProSieben's $500 mln dating deal sends shares to decade low
Italian media group Mediaset is considering options for its 15.1% stake in ProSiebenSat.1 Media, CFO Marco Giordani said on Wednesday, adding that the need for the European TV industry to consolidate was now greater than ever.
* SAYS FY NET REVENUE AT EUR 2.92 BILLION VERSUS EUR 3.40 BILLION YEAR AGO
A Milan judge gave Italian broadcaster Mediaset <MS.MI> and its shareholder Vivendi another week to settle a dispute over plans for a Dutch-based holding to drive Mediaset's European growth, potentially opening the way to ending a three-year legal battle.
Italian broadcaster Mediaset SpA <MS.MI> said on Tuesday that hostile shareholder Vivendi SA <VIV.PA> demanded a new extraordinary shareholders' meeting to revoke resolutions approved in April, a move that could pave the way to another chapter in a legal dispute between...
ProsiebenSat.1 Media said on Wednesday it welcomed news that Italy's Mediaset had acquired a 9.6% stake in the German broadcaster.
Mediaset is in contact with various players over a cross-border tie-up but has no intention of including its shareholder Vivendi in any potential deal, the head of the holding controlling the Italian private broadcaster said.
Italian media group Mediaset is in talks "with everyone" about a potential cross-border tie-up, the chairwoman of Fininvest, which is the biggest shareholder in the Italian broadcaster, said on Wednesday.
Italian media group Mediaset and its German rival ProSiebenSat.1 Media denied a media report on Saturday that they were in merger talks.
Italian media group Mediaset said on Saturday it was not in talks over a merger with German rival Prosiebensat1 Media, denying press reports.
Shares in Mediaset fell more than 5 percent on Monday after the party of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, whose family controls the private broadcaster, did worse than expected in general elections on Sunday.
A judge on Tuesday postponed a court hearing between Italy's Mediaset <MS.MI> and France's Vivendi <VIV.PA> over a pay-TV dispute that threatens to disrupt the French group's plans to create a European media champion.
Italy's Mediaset said on Monday a Milan judge had formally closed an attempt at mediation between the broadcaster and France's Vivendi, after no agreement was reached in a pay-TV dispute.
An out-of-court agreement between French media group Vivendi <VIV.PA> and Italian broadcasting company Mediaset <MS.MI> over a pay-TV dispute is unlikely to be reached before Italy's March 4 general elections, said a source close to the matter.
* MEDIASET LAUNCHES THREE OF ITS HD CHANNELS ON HOTBIRD, EUTELSAT'S FLAGSHIP VIDEO POSITION IN ITALY Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
Vivendi's <VIV.PA> CEO Arnaud de Puyfontaine is optimistic about ongoing talks with Italian broadcaster Mediaset <MS.MI> to find a deal over a failed pay-TV agreement, the executive said on Wednesday.
* SAYS PASQUALE CANNATELLI RESIGNED ON JAN. 25 WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT FROM HIS ROLE AS NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR DUE TO UNFORESEEN PERSONAL REASONS
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