Media M&A Plunges Amid Expensive Borrowing Costs

Mergers and acquisitions in the media industry last year fell in value and volume as businesses faced greater economic uncertainty and rising costs to borrow, according to a report by consulting firm KPMG.

The value of deals last year plunged 83% to $37.1 billion, and there weren’t any acquisitions of …

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