Private equity firms KKR & Co and Permira Advisers exited a 16.6% holding in German commercial broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG (PSM)in a deal valued at around €1.26 billion ($1.7 billion).
Yahoo's Editor-in-Chief Jai Singh resigned from the company due to an unconfirmed reason, on the heels of the news that the company's chief operating officer has been fired.
New York, US-based storytelling platform Contently raised $9 million in a Series B funding to expand its advertising enterprise tools and ensure that its journalists are equipped with important publishing tools.
Vinod Khosla of Khosla Ventures issued an open letter to "60 Minutes" and its network CBS, saying that the segment on clean technology was filled with errors.
New York, US-based firm Forbes Media attracted the attention of six different bidders including Germany-based multimedia company Axel Springer.
Johnston Press, a leading multimedia publisher in the UK and Ireland, has named Boston.com General Manager Jeff Moriarty as its Chief Digital and Product Officer.
Cogeco Cable's recent acquisitions helped spur the quarterly profit of the Canadian cable company that provides cable television and internet and phone services to an 18% increase, Reuters reported.
Connecticut, USA-based venture capital firm Canaan Partners invested INR35 crore in Bangalore, India-based digital media firm SureWaves for the latter's global growth and workforce expansion.
New York, US-based news giant NBCUniversal News Group announced a minority investment in mobile video news startup NowThisNews to co-produce original short news videos for social sites.
Massachusetts, US-based video hosting solutions firm Brightcove acquired Arizona-based Internet video solutions provider Unicorn Media Inc in $49-million acquisition deal to facilitate easier distribution of ad-supported video.
Eastern Media International Corp., which currently owns a 30% stake in Eastern Broadcasting Co., is reportedly placing a bid to acquire Carlyle Group's entire 61% stake in Taiwan's largest broadcasting company.
Chinese billionaire Chen Guangbiao has dialed back his bid to acquire The New York Times Co. over a week after making his interest public, saying that the level of difficulty is great. Times chairman Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. recently said that the prestigious media company is not for sale.
Billionaire John Malone is building a cable empire once more as the firms he is backing have announced or are cooking up acquisitions amounting to more than $80 billion, Bloomberg reported.
News website Mashable takes on funding from outside investors for the first time, raising 13.3 million in its Series A funding round led by growth equity firm Updata Partners.
Poland-based digital cable firm Multimedia Polska bought cable operator Telektronik from Reda for an undisclosed amount, making way for the addition of new services to its current portfolio.