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Prosiebensat 1 Media SE (PSMGn.DE)

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About

Prosiebensat 1 Media SE is a Germany-based company engaged in the media sector. The Company's core business is advertising-financed free television (TV). Its TV stations include: SAT.1, ProSieben, kabel eins, sixx, SAT.1 Gold and ProSieben MAXX. The Company operates in three business segments, including Broadcasting German-Speak... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.78
Market Cap(Mil.): €6,980.68
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 233.00
Dividend: 1.90
Yield (%): 6.34

Financials

  PSMGn.DE Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 15.88 24.45 19.43
EPS (TTM): 1.89 -- --
ROI: 9.65 9.08 10.91
ROE: 51.61 10.80 13.09

ProSieben sets June launch for 'Joyn' streaming venture

MUNICH ProSiebenSat.1 Media will launch its new streaming venture in June as the German broadcaster seeks to expand the digital side of its business to compensate for a decline in TV advertising.

May 09 2019

UPDATE 2-ProSieben sets June launch for 'Joyn' streaming venture

* Ad-funded version to come first, subscription later * ProSieben teams up with Discovery * Up against streaming giants, local competition (Adds detail on streaming platform) By Jörn Poltz MUNICH, May 9 ProSiebenSat.1 Media will launch its new streaming venture in June as the German broadcaster seeks to expand the digital side of its business to compensate for a decline in TV advertising. The initial version of 'Joyn' - a mashup of the words 'joy'

May 09 2019

ProSieben stands by guidance, sets June launch for streaming venture

FRANKFURT, May 9 ProSiebenSat.1 Media reported a 4 percent gain in first-quarter revenues on Thursday, buoyed by its production and e-commerce divisions, but core profits declined as weak revenues in its legacy commercial TV operation weighed. The German broadcaster had guided for a decline in earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA), and its reported 5 percent drop just beat expectations in a Reuters poll of analysts.

May 09 2019

UPDATE 1-CEO's million euro bet boosts ProsiebenSat.1 shares

LONDON, May 2 Shares in German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 Media jumped on Thursday after a filing showed CEO Maximilian Conze bought nearly a million euros worth of shares in the company.

May 02 2019

RPT-UPDATE 1-Mediaset to make decision on pan-European TV project by July 25 board meeting -CEO

COLOGNO MONZESE, Italy, April 18 Italy's Mediaset will make a decision on a possible pan-European free-to-air television alliance by the time of a July 25 board meeting, its chief executive said on Thursday.

Apr 18 2019

Mediaset to make decision on pan-European TV project by July 25 board meeting: CEO

COLOGNO MONZESE, Italy Italy's Mediaset will make a decision on a possible pan-European free-to-air television alliance by the time of a July 25 board meeting, its chief executive said on Thursday.

Apr 18 2019

UPDATE 1-Mediaset to make decision on pan-European TV project by July 25 board meeting -CEO

COLOGNO MONZESE, Italy, April 18 Italy's Mediaset will make a decision on a possible pan-European free-to-air television alliance by the time of a July 25 board meeting, its chief executive said on Thursday.

Apr 18 2019

Mediaset rules out a cross border deal that would include Vivendi

SEGRATE, Italy 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.

Apr 17 2019

UPDATE 1-Mediaset rules out a cross border deal that would include Vivendi

SEGRATE, Italy, April 17 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.

Apr 17 2019

European shares edge higher on trade optimism; U.S. bank earnings weigh

European shares ended higher on Monday with telecom and retail stocks leading gains as Sino-U.S. trade optimism and strong Chinese economic data eased some worries over global growth - though lackluster earnings from big U.S. banks weighed.

Apr 15 2019

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