Consolidated Media Holding (CMJ)

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Consolidated Media Holding (CMJ) is a media investment company. It is actively involved in the business of gaming and entertainment, television broadcasting and program production, magazine publishing and distribution and investments in the Internet, subscription television, and other media and entertainment sectors. CMJ is not meant to operate or manage any businesses rather it invests in new and traditional media. The Company listed on the ASX on 4 of June, 1987. The company operates through four divisions: gaming, television, publishing, and ticketing and events.

ACCC Approves News Corp's Bid for ConsMedia

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has approved the News Corp (ASX:NWS) for ConsMedia (ASX:CMJ).

Ex-dividends and EGMs Headed Your Way This Friday

The week closes with 15 stocks that will go on ex-dividend and three companies that will hold their general meeting on September 30, 2011.


James Packer's Consolidated Press Buys Up Crown Shares

Entertainment company, Crown (ASX:CWN) shares have been bought by gambling and media mogul, James Packer. His company, Consolidated Press Holdings (ASX:CMJ) has spent $201 million on 22.6 million shares pushing up his share ownership by about 3 percent to 43 percent.

Consolidated Media Holdings Dividends

1 September, 2010 - 13:39

Study the dividend history for CONSOLIDATED MEDIA HOLDINGS LIMITED.. Dividends are a distribution of a company's profit to its shareholders and paid out in the form of a cash dividend. You are eligible to receive CMJ dividends if you own the CONSOLIDATED MEDIA HOLDINGS LIMITED. shares on the ex-dividend date. Traders and investors must purchase the stock before the exdividend date to be entitled to the dividend. The previous owner of the shares will receive the CMJ dividend if you buy the stocks on or after the ex dividend date.

Consolidated Media Share Buyback

Consolidated Media Holdings (CMJ) has announced tat it will seek shareholder approval to buyback shares of the company. The share buyback look to acquiring up to 73.8 million shares, or about 11.9 per cent of its current shares on issue (620.7 million shares on issue). James Packer currently holds a 45.3 per cent stake in ConsMedia and Seven Network has a 22.1 per cent stake. The company has $225 million of surplus cash for the share buyback.

Liberty Global Media, Austar Ponders Foxtel

Liberty Global, a US media cable giant which controls regional pay-TV company Austar (AUN), has said that is it interested in acquiring a stake in rival Australian cable TV operator Foxtel.

Losers of the Week

Consolidated Media Holdings (CMJ), a company that focuses in the gaming, entertaining, television broadcasting, magazine publishing and distributing, subscription television, investment in internet and other sectors was the worst performer in the ASX100 list that lost 9.8 percent or 33 cents to its stock price closing the week at $3.02.

Stokes wins Seats in ConsMedia Board

James Packer, who controls more than 40 percent of Consolidated Media Holdings (CMJ) shares have agreed to provide two seats to Kerry Stokes in the Consolidated Media Board in return of a standstill agreement according to which Mr. Stokes will not purchase more shares without the agreement with Mr. Packer for 12 months. The two representatives of Mr. Stokes, who were given entry in the board are Peter Gammell and Mr. Stoke’s son Ryan.

Best Performer of the Week: Lihir Gold

Lihir Gold Limited (LGL), an Australia based that is engaged in gold mining, exploration and gold processing in the Australasian region was the best performer of the 36th week in ASX100 with a gain of 9.5 percent or 26 cents closing the week at $2.98.

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