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Greenfield and Airbridge acquire Canal+ Netherlands

Wednesday 1 September 2004 | 09:02 CET | News
Greenfield Capital Partners and Airbridge Investments have reached an agreement with Vivendi Universal about the acquisition of the Dutch activities of Canal+. These activities compromise the satellite platform CanalDigitaal and the Canal+ pay-tv activities. Greenfield strengthens its position in Dutch media and telecom activities. The 2003 turnover was about EUR 110 million. The television package, now about 150 digital channels, will be expanded and access to satellite television will be made easier. Canal+ has about 225,000 subscribers.

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