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Mediaset Espana Says Mediaset S.p.a. Signs Deal With Peninsula Holding
Mediaset Board Approves Purchase Of Mediaset Espana Shares For Up To 50 Mln Euros
Mediaset España Shareholders Approve Merger With Italian Parent Company
Mediaset Espana Comunicacion SA is a Spain-based company engaged in the television (TV) broadcasting. The Company's activities are structured in one business segment: Free-to-air TV. It focuses on the acquisition, production and distribution of audiovisual content through the broadcasting of various channels, such as Telecinco, Factoria de Ficcion, Boing, Cuatro, Divinity and Energy. In addition, it operates an online platform, named mitele, for distributing Internet video content, as well as creates and produces movies through Telecinco Cinema. The Company controls a number of subsidiaries, such as Publiesmana SAU, Premiere Megaplex SA, Grupo Editorial Tele 5 SAU, Telcicno Cinema SAU and Conecta 5 Telcicno SAU.
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Alejandro Echevarria Busquet
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Francisco Javier Uria Iglesias
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Vivendi <VIV.PA> is taking steps to widen its legal battle against Mediaset <MS.MI> beyond Italy, in a move that indicates the French media group has not liquidated its stake in the Italian broadcaster, two sources close to the matter said.
A private equity firm led by former bankers from top Italian investment house Mediobanca has agreed a backstop worth up to 1 billion euros (878.3 million pounds) to help Mediaset <MS.MI> ensure safe passage for its plans to create a pan-European TV player.
Italian broadcaster Mediaset said on Thursday it had reached an agreement with Peninsula Holding to limit the impact of the exercise of withdrawal rights in its deal to create a pan-European TV platform (MFE).
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:
Vivendi <VIV.PA> on Tuesday denied a media report that the French media group was planning to buy the Berlusconi family's controlling stake in Italian broadcaster Mediaset <MS.MI> at a steep premium.
A spokesman for Vivendi denied on Tuesday a media report about a plan by the French media group to buy the Berlusconi family's controlling stake in Italian broadcaster Mediaset at a steep premium.
Shareholders in Italian broadcaster Mediaset <MS.MI> on Wednesday backed a plan to create a pan-European media group under a new Dutch holding, fending off opposition from its second biggest shareholder Vivendi <VIV.PA>.
Vivendi <VIV.PA> has built a 1% stake in Mediaset's <MS.MI> Spanish unit, a spokesman for the French media giant said on Wednesday, confirming earlier reports.
Vivendi has built a 1% stake in Mediaset's Spanish unit, a spokesman for the French media giant said on Wednesday, confirming earlier reports.
French media group Vivendi <VIV.PA>, a hostile shareholder of Italian broadcaster Mediaset <MS.MI>, has bought just over 1% in Mediaset's Spanish unit, two sources close to the matter said.
France's Vivendi <VIV.PA> condemned on Wednesday Mediaset's refusal <MS.MI> to allow its trust to vote at a shareholder meeting to be held by the Italian broadcaster.
France's Vivendi condemned on Wednesday Mediaset's refusal to allow its trust to vote at a shareholder meeting to be held by the Italian broadcaster.
Mediaset said on Wednesday it would not allow the trust that holds most of the Vivendi stake in the Italian broadcaster to vote at a key shareholder meeting.
Italian broadcaster Mediaset's plan to reorganise its businesses as part of a pan-European growth strategy is set to be approved by shareholders on Wednesday, despite opposition from the group's second biggest investor, Vivendi.
Italian broadcaster Mediaset's <MS.MI> plan to reorganise its businesses as part of a pan-European growth strategy is set to be approved by shareholders on Wednesday, despite opposition from the group's second biggest investor, Vivendi <VIV.PA>.
The trust which holds most of French media giant Vivendi's stake <VIV.PA> in Mediaset <MS.MI> said it reserved the right to take action if the Italian broadcaster opted to prevent it from voting at a key shareholder meeting this week.
An Italian court ruled in favour of a petition filed by French media giant Vivendi <VIV.PA> to vote against Mediaset's <MS.MI> reorganisation plan, the two companies said on Saturday, although the decision was not enough to scupper the deal.
An Italian court ruled in favour of a petition filed by French media giant Vivendi to vote against a Mediaset reorganisation plan at the Italian group's upcoming shareholders' meeting, two sources said on Saturday.
The trust that holds French media giant Vivendi's <VIV.PA> 19.2% stake in Mediaset <MS.MI> has registered to vote on a planned restructuring at the Italian broadcaster, a source close to the matter said, in a move that could scupper the deal.
The Simon Fiduciaria trust, which holds most of French media giant Vivendi's stake in Mediaset, has registered its shares in the Italian broadcaster with a view to being able to vote at a key Sept. 4 shareholder meeting, a source said on Friday.
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