Changes in portfolio

2014
08 May 2014 - Luxembourg
On 8 May 2014, RTL Group disclosed in its first quarter report that – at the end of April 2014 – the Group notified its co-shareholder Reliance Broadcast Network Limited (RBNL) of the termination of the joint venture agreement in relation to the male-oriented action channel Big RTL Thrill in India.
08 May 2014 - Germany
On 8 May 2014 Geo Television made its debut on the airwaves. The channel can now be received exclusively via Deutsche Telekom's IPTV platform, Entertain.
01 May 2014 - Hungary
RTL Hungary renamed its existing cable channel Prizma to RTL +.
27 March 2014 - South East Asia
RTL CBS Asia Entertainment Network launches its second channel: RTL CBS Extreme HD
11 January 2014 - Croatia
RTL Hrvatska launches the new children's channel, RTL Kockica
2013
19 September 2013 - RUSSIA
RTL Group sells its 7.5 per cent stake in National Media Group.
01 September 2013 - SOUTH ASIA
RTL CBS Entertainment HD on air in first South Asian territories.
31 August 2013 - GERMANY
Hit-Radio Antenne renamed to Antenne Niedersachsen.
13 August 2013 - ASIA
RTL Group and CBS Studios International form the joint venture RTL CBS Asia Entertainment Network to launch to channels in South East Asia: RTL CBS Entertainment and RTL CBS Extreme.
06 March 2013 - SPAIN
Grupo Antena 3 is renamed to Atresmedia.
23 January 2013 - GERMANY
RTL Radio Deutschland sells its stake in Big FM and Radio Regenbogen.
01 January 2013 - HUNGARY
Reflektor ceases broadcasting in Hungary.
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
17 December 2008 - GREECE
RTL Group and Dimitris Contominas, owner of Alpha Media Group, have closed their deal of RTL Group’s acquisition of a 66.6 per cent majority stake in Alpha Media Group, bringing in the TV channels Alpha TV and Cosmos TV as well as the radio stations Alpha Radio and Palmos.
08 September 2008 - BELGIUM
The Belgian TV channel Plug TV is renamed as Plug RTL.
31 August 2008 - GERMANY
RTL Interactive sells RTL Shop to Aurelius, a Munich based industrial holding.
14 August 2008 - FRANCE
Groupe M6 launches Girondins TV, a TV channel dedicated to the football club Girondins de Bordeaux. Girondins TV is available on Orange TV and ADSL.
05 June 2008 - THE NETHERLANDS
RTL Nederland launches the first news channel for mobile phones: RTL 24.
30 April 2008 - FRANCE
Groupe M6, through its subsidiary M6 Web, completes the full acquisition of the Cyréalis group. The acquisition makes M6 Web one of the leading internet platforms in France, thus strengthening the market position of the advertising sales unit M6 Publicité. The main activities of Cyréalis include three editorial websites, clubic.com (high technology), jeuxvideo.fr (video games) and neteco.fr (e-business) plus achetezfacile.com, a price comparison site.
07 April 2008 - GERMANY
RTL Group re-establishes the marketing agency UFA Sports. UFA Sports has its headquarters in Hamburg and is mainly active in international marketing of media rights to sports events.
20 February 2008 - GERMANY
RTL Interactive acquires a 49 per cent stake in the internet platform Wer kennt wen, one of the fastest growing social networks in Germany. 
01 January 2008 - GERMANY
RTL Group and FremantleMedia jointly launch a new German film studio project via its German subsidiary UFA called UFA Cinema.
2007
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2003
2002
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Stock quotes
RTL Group Frankfurt 67.8 EUR
RTL Group Bruxelles 67.8 EUR
RTL Group Luxembourg 68.8 EUR

M6 Paris 13.3 EUR
Atresmedia Madrid 12.7 EUR
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Financial calendar

6 March 2014
Full-Year Results 2013

16 April 2014
Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2014

8 May 2014
Results Q1/2014

21 August 2014
Interim Results 2014

13 November 2014
Results Q3/2014

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