German media company Axel Springer will launch a TV spin-off channel of its tabloid newspaper BILD ahead of the federal election in September 2021.
German pay-TV operator Sky Deutschland has secured most of the domestic broadcasting rights to live Bundesliga football matches from the 2021/22 season onwards.
The voluntary public tender offer by US financial investor KKR to acquire a major stake in German media company Axel Springer has been successful.
The plan by US financial investor KKR to acquire a strategic investment in German media company Axel Springer has made an important step forward.
US financial investor KKR wants to take over German media company Axel Springer, offering all shareholders €63 per share.
US private equity firm KKR is in negotiations with Axel Springer regarding a strategic investment in the German media company.
Netflix has announced the appointment to its board of Directors of Mathias Döpfner, Chairman and CEO of Axel Springer SE.
German media company Constantin Medien will not sell its sports broadcaster Sport1 and advertising sales arm Sport1 Media.
German news channel N24 will become WELT (translated “World”) on January 18, 2018.
German media company Constantin Medien is considering selling all shares in sports TV broadcaster Sport1 and advertising sales agency Sport1 Media held by its wholly-owned subsidiary Constantin Sport Holding.