+ Retequattro's new prime time.
+ The launch of two new TV channels: "Focus" and "20"
+ Sports events: 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and  Formula E
+ Reorganisation of pay-TV
+ Launch of the new online platform Mediaset Play
+ The Group's radio business reinforced with the acquisition of Radio MonteCarlo
+ The new phase of the Ei Towers
+ Agreement with Sky Italia for the retransmission of Mediaset's free and pay TV channels
+ The merger by incorporation of Videotime S.p.A. with Mediaset S.p.A.
+ The Court of Milan rejects an appeal by Simon Fiduciaria (that manages on behalf of Vivendi a 19.9% stake in Mediaset)


+ Mediaset Plan 2020 guidelines approved
+ AgCom instructs Vivendi to reduce its stake in Mediaset to below 9.9%
+ Mediaset regains 100% control of Premium
+ Mediaset acquires the digital terrestrial channels 20, 120 and 121
+ RadioMediaset buys RadioSubasio and Radio Aut
+ Mediaset's stake in Ei Towers rises to 41.74%
+ Mediaset's stake in Mediaset Espaņa rises to 51.63%
+ Mediaset becomes part of the European joint venture Studio 71and Ebx

+ Strategic agreement with Vivendi that signs a binding contract for 100% of Mediaset Premium
+ Vivendi fails to respect the agreement and launches a hostile bid with the acquisition of 28.8 % of Mediaset's ordinary stock
+ Mediaset sues Vivendi at the Civil Tribunal in Milan
+ AgCom, Consob and the Milan's Prosecutor's Office examine the operation
+ Radiomediaset is established which, with R101, Radio 105, Virgin Radio and a partnership with RMC, becomes Italy's largest commercial radio group

+ Spain's Telefonica buys an 11.1% stake in Mediaset Premium
+ An agreement is signed guaranteeing Mediaset exclusive access in Italy to the films and TV series of the tow leading US majors,  Warner and Universal
+ Following the refusal of Sky Italia to accept the payment of retransmission fees, the Mediaset channels of the satellite platform are encrypted

+ Mediaset gains exclusive rights, across all platforms, to the Champions League for the three-year period 2015-2018

+ Mediaset Espaņa gains  "free" rights for 25 matches of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil
+ Fox Sports, Eurosport and Eurosport2 are included in the Mediaset Premium bouquet
+ Mediaset launches Infinity, Italy's first OTT service

+ Premium Play, a new non-linear service makes its debut, replacing Premium Net Tv
+ The plan for the merger by incorporation of Ei Towers in DMT is approved
+ The thematic channels Mediaset Italia 2 and Cartoonito begins broadcasts
+TgCom24 becomes also an all news channel on digital terrestrial and on satellite, while also continuing to operate on the web and mobile

+ The online catch up TV service www.videomediaset.it is launched
+ NewsMediaset, an internal news agency starts up
+ Mediaset launches two new thematic channels, , La5 and Mediaset Extra

+ Mediamond, a new sales company for online advertising is set up
+ TivųSat, Italy's first free satellite platform (in which Mediaset has a 48.25% stake), is launched
+ Thanks to its stakes in Cuatro and Digital Plus, Mediaset Espaņa becomes Spain's leading commercial TV operator

+ Mediaset acquires Taodue, a leading production company of high quality TV drama
+ Mediaset Premium launches Premium Gallery (films and TV series) and Disney Channel and Premium Calcio 24 start up

+ Mediaset gains control of the Dutch production company Endemol from Telefonica
+ Acquisition of Medusa Film (film production and distribution)
+ Launch of Iris, the free-to-air thematic channel for quality cinema

+ Launch of Mediaset Premium, the digital terrestrial pay TV platform

+ Two new channels, Boing (for children) and Mediashopping (a shopping channel) are launched

+ Mediaset becomes the major shareholder of Telecinco with a 50.1% stake
+ Mediaset Espaņa is listed on the Madrid Stock Exchange

+ Mediaset enters the web world with its portal Mediaset.it

+ Mediaset expands abroad with a 25% stake in Spain's Telecinco

+ The Mediaset Group is listed on the Milan Stock Exchange

+ Arnoldo Mondadori Editore sells Retequattro, which joins Canale 5 and Italia 1
+ The three-channel hub is given the name RTI
+ The advertising sales company Publitalia '80, the production company Videotime and signal distribution company Elettronica Industriale are established

+ Italia 1 is bought from the publishing company Rusconi

+ TeleMilano changes its name to Canale 5 and begins broadcasting nationally

+ Silvio Berlusconi sets up the local TV station TeleMilano

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