Telegraph websites are cleaved possible




Publisher TMG, which include behind De Telegraaf and GeenStijl is, is going to be online activities repel possible. A major shareholder is trying to spin off the business, though it is not clear whether that succeeds.

According to the magazine Quote major shareholder Frank Botman trying to make the online activities of the issuer which have nothing to do with The Telegraph, including GeenStijl, Investigators, Das Kapital and to fall into a separate company. Telegraaf Media Group would have to concentrate on the Telegraph itself, so is the thought. It is unclear what the split in practice would mean for the different websites.

An interesting detail is that the divisional line branch according to the plan of Botman a joint venture should be between TMG and Dasym, a media company that is already owned by Botman. Botman also because 22.3 percent of the shares are held in TMG, he would be the owner of the divisional line branch in practice.

It is unclear whether the plan is implemented. The editor of De Telegraaf, Sjuul Paradise, according Quote one of the last to protest against the changes. However, chances are that Paradise is dismissed knows Quote.


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