Comcast purchase of NBC Universal said to be done deal now
Written by Robert Niles
Sources are now saying that the deal for Comcast to buy 51 percent of NBC/Universal is now done.Tweet
What this means? See this post from earlier.
Or this one, if you're feeling cynical (or sarcastic) about the whole thing. ;-)
Update, Dec. 3: And here's your official announcement. Sale price for 51 percent: $13.75 billion - $6.5 billion in cash and the rest in the value of Comcast's cable networks that will become part of the new NBC/Uni (E!, Versus, Golf Channel and 10 regional sports channels). Jeff Zucker remains your NBC/Uni CEO.
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