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52-week range27.28 - 35.00
Avg. volume38
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    RTL sees coronavirus impact, but commits to streaming investment

    European broadcaster RTL Group <RRTL.DE> is seeing the first cancellations of advertising bookings and an impact on productions from coronavirus, CEO Thomas Rabe said on Friday, as he vowed to press on with investments in its streaming services. Production risks have meanwhile been highlighted by Oscar-winning U.S. actor Tom Hanks' announcement that he and his wife, actress Rita Wilson, tested positive for coronavirus while working on a film in Australia. Live shows like "Let's Dance" and "Germany Seeks The Superstar", a Pop Idol spinoff, will be aired by RTL in empty studios after the German authorities called for gatherings of more than 1,000 people to be called off.

  • Regulators should allow RTL and ProSieben to merge: Rabe

    Regulators should allow RTL and ProSieben to merge: Rabe

    The head of publisher Bertelsmann <BTGGg.F> said its TV arm RTL <RRTL.DE> should be allowed to merge with German rival ProSiebenSat.1 <PSMGn.DE>, to give them a fighting chance against U.S. streaming giants. Thomas Rabe's comments - in an interview with Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung published on Sunday - come as European broadcasters explore ways to join forces against the onslaught from established players Netflix and Amazon Prime that are now being joined by Disney and Apple. "Otherwise, national companies will simply have no chance in a few years against the giants from Silicon Valley," added the Bertelsmann boss, who took personal charge over its largest unit RTL last year.