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  • 1. MTG JUNE 2014 SHAPING THE FUTURE OF ENTERTAINMENT
  • 2. A UNIQUE PLATFORM A SUCCESSFUL TRACK RECORD (10Y) A BRIGHT FUTURE THE STORY A UNIQUE BUSINESS MODEL WITH A BRIGHT FUTURE 11% SALES CAGR 15% EBIT CAGR 27% ROCE (AVE.) 11% TSR CAGR INTEGRATED & DIVERSIFIED TV EVERYWHERE & FOR EVERYONE DECENTRALIZED RISING VIDEO CONSUMPTION CONTENT RICH DIGITAL DELIVERY & ENGAGEMENT 2
  • 3. COST FOCUS & OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE GROWTH + VALUE CREATION CONTENT DIGITAL GEO EXPANSION LONG TERM VALUE CREATION BASED ON CLEAR GROWTH STRATEGY 3 3
  • 4. REVENUE SPLIT BY TYPE (2013) REVENUE SPLIT BY SEGMENT (2013) 28% 41% 31% Emerging Markets Pay-TV Nordic Free-TV Scandinavia 44% 47% 9% Advertising Subscription Other A WELL-BALANCED GROUP OUR INTEGRATED STRUCTURE IS A KEY USP 4
  • 5. CONTENT REMAINS KING AND WE ARE THE BIGGEST BUYER IN TOWN 879 470 481 800 394 200 297 840 236 520 210 240 0 100 000 200 000 300 000 400 000 500 000 600 000 700 000 800 000 900 000 1 000 000 MTG RTL Bonnier Mediaset CME Pro7 TOTAL NUMBER OF BROADCAST HOURS (2013) SOURCE: MTG Research 5
  • 6. LONG TERM PARTNERSHIPS WITH RELEVANT CONTENT PROVIDERS 6
  • 7. • Extended catch-up and preview on AVOD • Longer license period for series on SVOD • All devices allowed for distribution • Temporary download for SVOD • Increased runs on FTV features • Conversion rights to allocate content best • Spend allocation for platform of choice • No extra costs on library films • Volume discounts and fee removals • Decrease on year-on-year escalation THE NEW MODEL DRIVING UTILIZATION & MONETIZATION INCREASED CONTENT UTILIZATION CONTENT ACQUISITIONS FLEXIBILITY 7
  • 8. Season 1-8 Available 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY CROSS-COLLABORATION Season 9 US Premiere Exclusive Premiere 24 hour promotion Premiere on Free-TV Available on Catch-up 1 Month Before US Premiere US Premiere 1 Day after US Premiere 1 Day Before Free-TV Premiere 1 Week after US Premiere 1 Day after Free-TV Premiere Premiere on 6 May attracted record number of daily users for an acquired series – more than 2x number of users for any other acquired series ever! 8
  • 9. 9 A SCALE CONTENT PLAYER WE HAVE QUADRUPLED IN SIZE - NOW #1 IN THE NORDICS with an EXPANDING emerging markets FOOTPRINT and GLOBAL distribution CAPABILITY 9
  • 10. SOURCE: Nielsen Cross Platform reports Q3 ‘09 297296 TRADITIONAL TV LIVE TV TIME SHIFTED TV Q3 ‘08 ONLINE/MOBILE VIDEO ONLINE VIDEO MOBILE VIDEO Q3 ‘13 314 Q3 ‘12 314 Q3 ‘11 307 Q3 ‘10 306 +17% CAGR ONLINE/MOBILE VIDEO 0.4% CAGR TRADITIONAL VIDEO USAGE IS GROWING ONLINE STILL VERY SMALL BUT GROWING QUICKLY VIDEO USAGE IN THE USA – AVERAGE MINUTES PER DAY PER USER (2+) 10
  • 11. WE ARE WELL POSITIONED AS WE HAVE THE CONTENT YOU LOVE 11
  • 12. WE ARE WELL POSITIONED AS WE HAVE THE TV YOU LOVE 12
  • 13. WE ARE WELL POSITIONED AS WE HAVE THE SPORTS YOU LOVE 13
  • 14. WE ARE WELL POSITIONED AS WE HAVE THE GAMES YOU LOVE 14
  • 15. TRACE is an international brand & media group active in urban music and sports celebrities. Since 2003, TRACE has launched 15 successful pay-TV and digital platforms that are available in 160 countries to more than 80 million subscribers. TRACE THE NEXT BIG STEP IN AFRICA 15
  • 16.  ESTABLISHED TRACK RECORD – WE HAVE A PROVEN BUSINESS MODEL  INTEGRATED AND DIVERSIFIED – BECOMING INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT  PLATFORM AGNOSTIC – BECOMING THE INDUSTRY REALITY  TV IS THE IMPACT MEDIA OF CHOICE  CONTENT RICH IN A WORLD WITH RISING VIDEO CONSUMPTION  MTG IS FIT FOR PURPOSE TODAY AND FUTURE PROOF FOR TOMORROW SUMMARY 16
  • 17. MTG JUNE 2014 SHAPING THE FUTURE OF ENTERTAINMENT

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