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About the company

Mediaset NV is an Italy-based company engaged in the broadcasting sector. The Company offers commercial television, with a multi-channel and multi-platform business model with television content on linear (13 free TV channels on DTT) and non-linear (through AVOD and SVOD platforms) systems. It is also involved in the acquisition, management, production, and resale of content and rights, through subsidiaries, including R.T.I., Medusa, and Taodue. The Company operates in a radio sector through the RadioMediaset network with 5 radio local stations and it is a member of the European Media Alliance active globally through the companies, including Spanish Mediaset Espana, Ei Towers, and German ProSiebenSat.1.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)2.93bn
  • Net income in EUR324.30m
  • Incorporated2021
  • Employees4.92k
  • Location
    MFE-MEDIAFOREUROPE NVViale Europa 46COLOGNO MONZESE 20093ItalyITA
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Mergers & acquisitions

Acquired companyDeal statusDateDate /
Deal status
MFEB:MIL since
announced
Transaction
value
Mediaset Espana Comunicacion SADeal completed15 Mar 202215 Mar 2022Deal completed-45.64%523.53m
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