3 Media And Entertainment Stocks In The Limelight

| August 7, 2019

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As per the media reports, the entertainment industry of Australia is growing at a phenomenal rate. The leading driver related to the growth of the industry is online video. Additionally, the increasing proportion of entertainment revenue has been driven primarily by smartphones. Southern Cross Media Group Limited (ASX: SXL) is an Australia registered company, involved in broadcasting and creating content on commercial radio, online media platform and free-to-air TV. Recently, the company via a release updated the market about an agreement with Broadcast Australia in order to outsource its television and radio broadcast transmission.

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Entravision Communications Corporation (NYSE: EVC) is a diversified Spanish-language media company with a unique group of media assets including 53 television, 48 radio stations and more than 100 interactive properties. Our media assets are strategically located in fast-growing and high-density U.S. Hispanic markets where the Hispanic consumer base will accounts for approximately $1083 billion in consumer spending in 2014

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Article | April 20, 2021

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Entravision Communications

Entravision Communications Corporation (NYSE: EVC) is a diversified Spanish-language media company with a unique group of media assets including 53 television, 48 radio stations and more than 100 interactive properties. Our media assets are strategically located in fast-growing and high-density U.S. Hispanic markets where the Hispanic consumer base will accounts for approximately $1083 billion in consumer spending in 2014

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