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Berlelsmann mulls sale of M6 - report

Monday 1 February 2021 | 09:17 CET | News
German media company Bertelsmann is considering selling its controlling 48 percent stake in French broadcasting group M6, Reuters reports. The company has already approached potential bidders including Vivendi and Altice Europe, the report added. M6, which is controlled by Bertelsmann through RTL Group, could fetch a valuation of EUR 3 billion.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Altice Europe / Bertelsmann / M6 / Mediaset / RTL Group / TF1 / Vivendi
Countries: France
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