Viva shares jump as firms eye stake in music channel

April 2001
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;4/24/2001, Vol. 367 Issue 49, p91
Reports that the share price of German music television firm Viva Media AG increased after it announced that Bertelsmann AG and other firms might buy a stake in Viva. Stock price increase.


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