$GNUS Below is from Forbes from a March article. Read last paragraph. Privately held Future Today had seemed set to become part of Los Angeles-based Cinedigm, in a deal announced almost exactly a year ago at $60 million in cash and stock. That deal never closed, for reasons Future Today co-founder Vikrant Mathur and Cinedigm CEO Chris McGurk declined to detail. Even without the deal, Mathur expressed confidence that Future Today is well positioned to benefit from a consolidating market for AVOD companies that may remain attractive even amid the pandemic. forbes.com/sites/dbloom/202...
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