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Madrid, November 16
7NN has given Marcos de Quinto, former world executive vice president of the Coca-Cola Company and former economy spokesman in the Congress of Deputies for Citizens, entry into its shareholding
7NN has given Marcos de Quinto, former world executive vice president of the Coca-Cola Company and former spokesperson for the economy in the Congress of Deputies for Citizens, a formation that he left in 2020 when he disagreed with the decision to support some states. alarm, which would later prove unconstitutional.
With this movement, 7NN intends to accelerate the development of this new means of communication, inspired by the FOX News network, which already has an audience of 1,833,667 households in Spain (Source: Kantar Media, Samsung TV, Google Analitycs, Orange TV and Vodafone TV, data October 2022) and with a forecast of 2,500,000 homes in December 2022.
7NN currently has national coverage; in DTT of more than 50% of the national territory and that will reach 100% in the 1st quarter of 2023, in addition to being present on the main digital and OTT platforms such as Samsung TV, Orange TV, Vodafone TV, Tvify and Twitch and soon in Movistar.
Marcial Cuquerella, CEO of 7NN has indicated that: "7NN intends to be the alternative to the current news duopoly (A3Media and Mediaset) and the rest of the private and public television stations that either maintain a 'homogeneous' editorial line in favor of the established power, or they are largely supported by direct subsidies or institutional advertising. With the incorporation of Marcos, we not only strengthen our capital structure, but we also benefit from the knowledge and advertising experience of one of the greatest professionals in our country."
Marcos de Quinto has indicated that "my entry into 7NN responds to my interest in supporting those independent and incorruptible media outlets that report what others hide or go through on tiptoe and that offer perspectives different from those imposed on us by the hegemonic discourse of the new left".
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