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Zurich press group Tamedia is to acquire the Bernese Espace Media group in a major deal aimed to capitalise on a shift in usage and advertising to the internet.
The Zurich-based media group would also issueTamedia shares as part of a capital increase, it said in a statement. Espace Media Groupe, whose origins date back toand Tamedia, which emerged from the Tages-Anzeiger newspaper founded inhave been affiliated for many years. Since Tamedia has held a 49 per cent stake in the daily Berner Zeitung, which itself holds a 15 per cent stake in the Sunday newspaper SonntagsZeitung.
Cooperation was expected to be increased following the acquisition by the Berner Zeitung of a Analysts said the merger fitted the picture of an ongoing consolidation in the Swiss media sector.
It called on Tamedia to guarantee the diversity of job locations and media, and especially independence: Under Switzerland’s new broadcasting legislation, which limits the number of private radio licences to two per provider, Tamedia and Espace are required to sell one private radio station each. The existing owners of Espace media, the Erwin Reinhardt-Scherz and Charles von Graffenried families, along with the Espace group management will acquire a 5.
Charles von Graffenried will remain editor deipresse the Berner Zeitung and president of Espace’s executive board. However, the overall planned merger still requires final approval from the Competition Commission. Tamedia, a leading Swiss media group based in Zurich, operates within four business sectors: Espace Media Tameddia is based in Bern and owns eight newspapers, including the daily newspapers Berner Zeitung and Bund and three magazines. Sign up for our free newsletters and get the top stories delivered to your inbox.
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Sell-offs Under Switzerland’s new broadcasting legislation, which limits the number of private radio licences to two per provider, Tamedia and Espace are required to sell one private radio station each.