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January 13, 2011 08:39 ET

Opinions on Walt Disney Co. and News Corp. -- Diversified Entertainment Sector Seeing Mixed Results Across Its Businesses

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The Entertainment- Diversified sector which includes players like Walt Disney Co. and News Corp. has its hands in many different markets these days. While the global economic recovery has been generally good for entertainment stocks, print media is a segment that has been struggling now that a secular shift is taking place toward digital. Newspaper circulation decreased 5% in the 6 months leading up to October of 2010. Dwindling interest in print advertising has further diminished revenues. Only a spare few have been able to navigate the decline owing to affluent and well-educated readerships. Investors looking for free research on News Corp. are welcome to sign up at is an online platform where investors doing their due-diligence on the entertainment - diversified industry can have easy and free access to our analyst research and opinions on Walt Disney Co. and News Corp.; all investors need to do is register for a complimentary membership at

One segment of the Entertainment Diversified sector that is not seeing its advertising decline is cable television. Advertising revenues have been strong lately as well as affiliate fees. While there is some concern about viewership erosion due to people switching to internet-based television platforms, the concerns have not manifested themselves yet. Register now at to have free access to our reports on the entertainment - diversified industry.

With the middle class economy of China is gaining increasing access to wealth and free time, many companies within the sector are working to position themselves for a boom in the Chinese entertainment industry one of the world's most populous country. Some companies like Walt Disney Co. have begun construction of theme parks and night clubs in popular places such as Shanghai and Macau. Investors looking for free research on Walt Disney Co. are welcome to sign up at

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