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  1. Cannes Awards Ceremony Ratings Rise for France's CanalPlus

    4:20 am 5/26/2015

    The closing ceremony reached 1.5 million viewers for a 9.4 percent share.Read more

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  2. Berlusconi’s Assets in Flux as Son Becomes Mediaset CEO

    1:58 am 5/5/2015

    It’s the end of an era as the media tycoon continues to shy away from the spotlight, and the conglomerate he built may look for deals.Read more

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  3. France's Vivendi Considers Bid for Sky (Report)

    10:21 pm 4/7/2015

    The deal could cost the Canal Plus owner up to $42 billion and create a pan-European pay TV behemoth. Read more

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  4. Vivendi Makes Offer for DailyMotion

    1:25 am 4/7/2015

    Hong Kong company PCCW pulled out of the bidding for the popular online video platform.Read more

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  5. Vivendi Chairman Increases Company Stake to 10.2 Percent

    8:48 am 3/27/2015

    Vincent Bollore spends $687 million to raise his firm's stake in the company from 8.2 percent. Read more

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  6. Analysts' European Entertainment Stock Picks for 2015: ITV, ProSieben

    4:25 am 1/5/2015

    Nomura expects "more of a stock-picking than a macroeconomic/subsector-driven year"Read more

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  7. Vivendi Earnings Up on Strength of CanalPlus Group

    9:54 am 11/14/2014

    Strong sales of the 'Frozen' soundtrack and releases from Ariana Grande and 5 Seconds of Summer helped subsidiary Universal Music GroupRead more

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  8. France's CanalPlus to Launch Pan-African Entertainment Channel

    4:21 am 10/22/2014

    Chris Rock's 'Everybody Hates Chris' and 'Moesha' with Brandy will air alongside local fare in 20 countriesRead more

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  9. Netflix Reportedly Reaches More Than 100,000 Subscribers in France

    7:17 am 10/1/2014

    The streaming video giant launched in six European countries in mid-SeptemberRead more

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  10. Spain's Telefonica Offers Vivendi $8.9 Billion for Brazilian Telecom Unit‎

    3:26 am 8/6/2014

    The acquisition of Global Village Telecom would make Madrid-based Telefonica Latin America's largest telecom operator.Read more

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