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Last week in media: Disney absorbs Fox, Google launches Stadia and receives EU fine, Comcast unveils AVOD service

Monday 25 March 2019 | 07:00 CET | News

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Walt Disney closed its takeover of 21st Century Fox assets and the latter continued as Fox Corp. Alphabet's Google unveiled its streaming video games platform Stadia, and Comcast launched an AVOD annex video aggregation service, Flex. Alphabet was further confronted with a third fine from the EU, of EUR 1.49 billion over unfair competition with the Google AdSense platform. The Telecompaper Stock Index Global Consumer Media ended week 12 with a loss of 1.6 percent. The Dow Jones Industrials index lost 1.3 percent.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: 21st Century Fox / Alphabet / Apple / Axel Springer / Comcast / Disney / Ebay / Facebook / Google / Netflix / Oculus / Sky / Snap / Sony / Spotify / Tencent Music / Universal Music / Vivendi / Warner Music
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