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Media Stocks: The State of the Top 13

For all the misery and layoffs in the media sector this week, it was actually an okay week on Wall Street for the 13 biggest publicly traded companies. Considering the state of the industry, that’s actually a win. Jump to see which companies profited from the continued chaos.


Time Warner (TWX) — closed at 9.33 on Friday 01/30, +0.02 from close on Friday 01/23
Comcast Corp. (CMCSA) — 14.65, -0.34
Walt Disney Co. (DIS) — 20.68, +0.07
News Corp. (NWS) — 7.24, -0.35
DirecTV Group (DTV) — 21.90, +0.52
NBC Universal (General Electric Co.) (GE) — 12.13, +0.10
CBS Corp. (CBS) — 5.72, -0.78
Dish Network Corp. (DISH) — 12.84, +1.65
Viacom (VIA-B) — 14.75, -0.27
Google (GOOG) — 338.53, +13.83
AT&T (T) — 24.62, -1.50
Gannett Co. (GCI) — 5.77, -1.05
Cablevision Systems Corp. (CVC) — 16.03, -0.18

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