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Nordic Entertainment Group To Make Annual Savings And Write Down Assets
NENT Group To Cooperate With Adi Hasak
Nent Group Launches Beat Diabetes Initiative And Foundation
Nordic Entertainment Group AB is a Sweden-based entertainment company. The Company provides broadcast television (TV) and streaming services in Scandinavia trough satellite pay-tv platforms, TV channels and video streaming services, commercial free-TV channels, commercial radio networks and a bundled TV. The Company also creates and distributes TV shows, commercials, feature films and branded content and manages social media talent. Furthermore, the Company acquires and distributes content rights to broadcasters, streamers and distributors. The Company also operates production companies in Europe and sell content to customers worldwide. The majority of the licenses of the Company are held in the United Kingdom.
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David Christopher Chance
Independent Chairman of the Board
President, Chief Executive Officer
Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Head of Strategy & M&A
Jakob Mejlhede Andersen
Chief Executive Officer of NENT Studios UK
Kaj af Kleen
Executive Vice President & Chief Technology & Product Officer
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Sweden's Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT) said on Tuesday it would take a 700 million crown ($72.72 million) one-off charge in the fourth quarter related to staff cuts and writedowns of free-TV content.
E-sports and gaming group MTG said on Tuesday it will explore a U.S. stock market listing and launch a review of its gaming business, potentially bringing in a strategic partner to help it expand geographically.
Sweden's esports and mobile gaming firm MTG will explore a U.S. stock market listing and initiate a strategic review of its gaming business, the esports and mobile gaming firm said on Tuesday.
Norwegian telecoms firm Telenor ASA <TEL.OL> said it is still interested in potential mergers and acquisitions following the failed deal between its Asian business and Malaysia's Axiata Group <AXIA.KL>.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:
Norway's Telenor ASA <TEL.OL> and Sweden's Nordic Entertainment Group AB (NENT) <NENTb.ST> will merge their Canal Digital and Viasat Consumer units to form a major regional TV distribution company, the two firms said on Tuesday.
Sweden's Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT) thinks it can benefit from the battle of the big global firms in the streaming market by building partnerships with the likes of Walt Disney rather than being exposed to tougher competition.
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