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Last week in media: Disney, Discovery and ITV get into the SVOD business, Nielsen to be split up

Monday 11 November 2019 | 07:01 CET | News
The Telecompaper Global Media index was up 1.3 percent in week 45, outperforming the S&P 500 (+0.9%). ComScore, up 31 percent, was the biggest winner, followed by Lions Gate (+14%) and Discovery (+13%). The weakest shares included Zee Entertainment (-7.1%), Snap (-6.5%) and News Corp (-6.3%). The main news, apart from earnings reports, came from Discovery, Disney and ITV, all launching or planning to launch streaming video services.

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Companies: Alphabet / Amazon / Apple / BBC / Canal+ / Disney / ITV / Mediaset / Microsoft / News Corp / Nielsen / ProSieben / RTL / Snap / Sony / Vivendi / Zee Entertainment
Countries: World
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