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Greek millionaire eyes UK media

Reports say that Greek millionaire and boss of Antenna TV company, Theodore Kyriakou, is amassing a £2 billion warchest to pick up UK media acquisitions. He is quoted as saying that he's looking for businesses with growth potential like production companies and pay-television or free-to-air television.
January 5, 2009

Reports say that Greek millionaire and boss of Antenna TV company, Theodore Kyriakou, is amassing a £2 billion warchest to pick up UK media acquisitions. He is quoted as saying that he’s looking for businesses with growth potential like production companies and pay-television or free-to-air television.

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