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Payday for shareholders likely after Sky nixes MediaWorks talks

Either shareholder pressure or due diligence scuppered potential deal.

Dita De Boni Thu, 16 Jun 2022

There is relief among Sky shareholders this morning, on news that the broadcaster has opted not to proceed in its discussions to acquire the radio and outdoor assets belonging to MediaWorks.

Sky’s share price closed yesterday at $2.22, and opened this morning at $2.25, although it is still a way

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