TV mogul gets a leg up on new venture

Edmunds, Marlene
December 2004
Variety;12/20/2004, Vol. 397 Issue 5, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the efforts of Dutch media mogul John de Mol to acquire the TV rights to Dutch Premiere League soccer through his investment outfit Talpa Capital as of December 2004. Outlook for success of de Mol's Talpa TV venture; Increase of de Mol's stake in Internet firm Versatel; Explanation for de Mol's investment moves.


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