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Nexstar Wins Battle For Media General with $4.6 Billion Deal

Nexstar Broadcasting has won the fight to take over station group owner Media General, setting a $4.6 billion acquisition pact after months of public wrangling that derailed Media General’s plan to merge with Meredith Corp. 400 more words


Media General Rejects Nexstar's $1.9B Offer, But Agrees To Talk

Media General has given its response to Nexstar’s $1.9 billion cash and stock acquisition proposal and it’s: not yet.

The Media General board rejected the offer but agreed to negotiate after concluding that it could do so without violating its $2.4 billion cash-and-stock deal to buy Meredith. 240 more words

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What Nexstar Broadcasting's attempt to buy Media General means for Meredith Corp merger

Nexstar Broadcasting Group offered to buy Media General for $1.9 billion, putting itself in the way of an anticipated merger between Media General and Meredith Corp., … 207 more words


Nextar Makes $1.9 Billion Offer To Buy Media General

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IRVING (AP) – Nexstar Broadcasting is trying to wedge between Media General and Meredith Corp. with a nearly $1.9 billion offer to buy Media General. 120 more words


This $2.4B merger will create a local TV behemoth

Media General Inc. announced Tuesday that it will be merging with Meredith Corporation in a cash and stock deal valued at $2.4 billion, creating Meredith Media General. 221 more words


TV Station Mega Merger: Media General Sets $2.4 Billion Acquisition of Meredith Corp.

Media General has set a $2.4 billion acquisition of Meredith Corp., creating a TV station colossus that will rank as the nation’s third-largest owner of network affiliates. 356 more words


Media General Agrees To Pay $2.4B For Meredith, Creating No. 3 TV Station Co.

Here’s the latest sign that TV station owners remain eager to consolidate ahead of the FCC’s planned airwave spectrum auction, a likely windfall from the 2016 political campaigns, but also growing pressures on the business as ad dollars move to digital platforms. 375 more words