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Published March 3, 2013
Meanwhile, Kroenke Sports & Entertainment has "made an offer to acquire the Outdoor Channel, which would thwart a proposed merger with the Sportsman Channel." The offer is "for $8.75 a share -- a 16% premium over Friday’s closing price." The offer "could upend" Outdoor Channel Holdings’ deal to merge with InterMedia Outdoor Holdings, which owns the Sportsman Channel and several outdoor enthusiast magazines (MEDIAPOST.com, 3/2).