Markíza may change shareholder structure

US media firm CME, which owns a 34-percent stake in the country's most popular private TV channel, Markíza, wants to become the broadcaster's full owner, the daily SME reported.

Currently, Markíza is co-owned by the CME, A.R.J., and Mediainvest firms. The latter two own 50 and 16 percent, respectively.

A.R.J. co-owner Ján Kováčik refused to comment on the information.

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