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Disney, News Corp. get vote

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    Disney, News vote

    Staff Reports
    Variety
    September 20, 2007

    A Credit Suisse analyst said Wednesday that he prefers News Corp. and Disney as investment options in the diversified media sector over Time Warner and Viacom. In a client note, Heath Terry initiated coverage on the large-capitalization media sector at "market weight," saying the sector offers average growth and return levels. Based on stock prices, the analyst rates News Corp. and Disney "outperform" and rates TW and Viacom "neutral."
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/...2ed708f3be5853
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