Croatian broadcaster NeT TV is selling a majority stake in its business, the owner told DTVE Daily.
The regional channel, which operates from Kutina in the Zagreb area, is looking for investors to help bolster its market position. We want to strengthen our market position and believe that now is the right time because a deep recession has hit and now is a great opportunity for investment,Â said Zoran Kovacic the owner of NeT.
The channel began broadcasting in 1996 and employs 70 members of staff.Â
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