As if there are no such things as Zombies (A.K.A. "The Walking Dead"), this rapidly growing media company is still under-the-radar, and is held mainly by institutional investors. Few individual investors own shares (estimated at about 8-10%), yet many people pay AMC Networks (AMCX) in one form or another, including advertisers, content distributors, competing media networks, music and theatre fans, and large mass viewing audiences. Those that do not know the company usually know the names of this corporation's increasingly popular and acclaimed shows, and this is bound to increase, possibly on a "Hockey-Stick" trajectory, along with equally commensurate returns in viewership, advertising revenue, content and distribution profits, international growth, and share price appreciation.
AMC Networks: About the...
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