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Englehart Sees "Lots Of Opportunities" For Investing In Sports Media
Published November 14, 2013
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Englehart believes more deals like Guggenheim’s purchase of the Dodgers are coming, but "what this type of deal is emblematic of is that the acquiring entity – the investing entity – looks at these types of opportunities with professional sports franchises, and really, the sector you can apply the most creativity to is the monetizing of the media rights."
InterMedia Partners Managing Partner Peter Kern said money for smaller properties is a question of the “haves versus the have-nots.”
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