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sky deutschland ag (SKYD) Snapshot

Open
€6.29
Previous Close
€6.30
Day High
€6.33
Day Low
€6.17
52 Week High
12/9/13 - €8.20
52 Week Low
07/25/13 - €5.54
Market Cap
5.5B
Average Volume 10 Days
1.7M
EPS TTM
€-0.17
Shares Outstanding
877.2M
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sky deutschland ag (SKYD) Details

Sky Deutschland AG, together with its subsidiaries, provides pay-television (TV) services under the Sky trademark in Germany and Austria. It offers subscription TV, as well as on-demand services for private and business customers. The company’s program portfolio includes comedy, music and programs, German language TV premieres, feature films, TV series, children's programs, and documentaries. It also offers live sports, including golf tournaments, tennis, Formula 1 racing, and beach volleyball, as well as HD live broadcasts of DFB-Pokal matches, UEFA Champions league, UEFA Europa league matches, and Austrian football league matches. In addition, the company provides Sky Go, an over-the-top pay-TV service, which provides access to Sky programming through mobile devices and PCs; and Snap by Sky, an online media library that offers unlimited access. Further, it is involved in the purchase, sale, and distribution of rights to films, series, and TV productions; acquisition, sale, and distribution of broadcasting rights for public events; arrangement of program magazine subscriptions; and other activities associated with the operation of the pay-TV business. The company was formerly known as Premiere AG and changed its name to Sky Deutschland AG in August 2009. Sky Deutschland AG is based in Unterföhring, Germany.

2,084 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/28/14

sky deutschland ag (SKYD) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Man...
Total Annual Compensation: €2.1M
Chief Financial Officer and Member of the Man...
Total Annual Compensation: €854.0K
Chief Officer of Sports, Advertising Sales & ...
Total Annual Compensation: €966.0K
Chief Officer of Legal, Regulatory & Distribu...
Total Annual Compensation: €716.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

sky deutschland ag (SKYD) Key Developments

Bskyb Is In Talks To Buy Sky Deutschland And Sky Italia

British Sky Broadcasting Group plc (LSE:BSY) (BSkyB) is in talks to buy Sky Deutschland AG (XTRA:SKYD) and Sky Italia S.r.l. in a €10 billion deal. James Rupert Murdoch, Co-Chief Operating Officer and Director of Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (NasdaqGS:FOXA) (21st Century), has looked at various options over the years to consolidate his TV holdings in Europe. 21st Century Fox is BSkyB's biggest shareholder. The latest proposal would see BSkyB, 39% owned by 21st Century Fox, buy Sky Italia and Sky Deutschland, which are 100% and about 55% owned by Fox, respectively. British regulators would likely want to examine any deal that would result in Murdoch increasing his overall stake in BSkyB. A source close to the talks said the current thinking was that Murdoch would not raise his holding in BSkyB above 39% as a result of a deal. Instead he could take cash to maintain his stake around that level in the combined company, analysts said. BSkyB said talks were still preliminary and no agreement had been reached on terms, value or transaction structure. "BSkyB believes at the right value, this combination would have the potential to create a world-class multinational pay TV group," the group said in a statement on May 12, 2014. "From time to time these conversations have included BSkyB, however no agreement between the parties has ever been reached," 21st Century Fox said. BSkyB also said it was not prepared to overpay for Sky Deutschland, noting that any potential agreement would be subject to the Sky Deutschland share price "continuing to trade on an undisturbed basis".

BSkyB Reportedly To Buy Sky Italia and Sky Deutschland

British Sky Broadcasting Group plc (LSE:BSY) will acquire control of Sky Deutschland AG (XTRA:SKYD) and Sky Italia S.r.l. from Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (NasdaqGS:FOXA) in a deal worth €10 billion, Bloomberg reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter. Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. owns 55% and 100% of Sky Deutschland AG (XTRA:SKYD) and Sky Italia S.r.l. respectively. Fox would be left with cable and broadcast networks plus movie and TV studios, after the deal which is expected to be announced in summer 2014.

Sky Deutschland AG to Report Q1, 2014 Results on May 14, 2014

Sky Deutschland AG announced that they will report Q1, 2014 results on May 14, 2014

 

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