moody's CBS Moonves

Sprint was a big stock price winner for the week of March 28, according to Cablefax’s week in review of media and telecom stocks. It closed Friday up 11.35%, at $3.63 a share. The news Thursday that Sprint will be allowing customers to purchase Amazon Prime through their monthly plans at $10.99 may have influenced the stock share price. Other winners include CSG Systems, with a 8.52% increase at $45.84 a share, and Shentel, closing at $27.70, up 8.16%. On the losing side, TiVo declined 4.44% to $9.03 per share, and Addvantage closed at $1.87 a share, down 3.61%. See the full chart below.

Stock price winners:

1. SPRINT NEXTEL:…………………………………………………..3.63……….11.35%
2. CSG SYSTEMS:…………………………………………………..45.84……….. 8.52%
3. SHENTEL:……………………………………………………………27.70……….. 8.16%
4. NEXSTAR:……………………………………………………………45.83……….. 7.68%
5. NETFLIX:……………………………………………………………105.70……….. 7.46%

Stock price losers:

1. TIVO:…………………………………………………………………….9.03………(4.44%)
2. ADDVANTAGE:………………………………………………………1.87………(3.61%)
3. SYNACOR:…………………………………………………………….1.38………..(3.5%)
4. DISH:…………………………………………………………………..46.29………(3.38%)
5. TEGNA:……………………………………………………………….22.82………(2.35%)

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