StockCall Technical Analysis on CBS and Televisa: Broadcasters Thinking Outside the Box

Jan 17, 2013, 08:41 ET from

LONDON, January 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Advertising dollars are becoming more difficult to come by, prompting television broadcasters to explore alternative revenue streams. These efforts are yielding positive results and creating optimism for the year ahead. In light of this, our analysts have posted technical analysis on CBS Corporation and Grupo Televisa S.A.B. You can download these reports by registering at  

The burgeoning internet television market offers some of the best opportunities to grow revenues. Both domestic and international broadcasters are ramping up their efforts to ink distribution and content deals to better capitalize on their holdings. Hoarding content and raking in ad dollars is simply becoming less lucrative. Investors will want to keep an eye on broadcasters upping their licensing and distribution activity this year. Grupo Televisa S.A.B. (NYSE: TV) has been exploring new prospects to increase its subscriber-base. The broadcaster is mulling to invest in both traditional television programs and other forms of distributions such live entertainment, music, mobile app and video gaming. See what our technical analysis reveals about Televisa. Sign up now at  

Other broadcasters are restructuring operations to deliver the most to their shareholders. Major U.S. broadcaster CBS Corporation [Free Research Report on CBS] [1] (NYSE: CBS) recently decided to convert its domestic outdoor advertising unit into a real estate investment trust while divesting the international portion of the segment. This type of creative move is reflective of an industry wide trend of thinking outside the box to better reward shareholders in an evolving broadcast media environment.  


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