Viacom dealt Spanish DTT blow

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Posted 3 August 2017, 5.50am edt

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The Spanish government has blocked the sale of a 25% stake in Net TV to Viacom. According to Todo TV News, Net TV, in which Vocento has a 55% stake, is one of the concessionaries for multiple DTT licences in the country. It currently operates two si...

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