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Media and telecom stocks that gained the most in share price last week according to Cablefax’s weekly breakdown of percentage gains and losses include WWE (closing at $19.68 a share, a 13.76% increase), SeaChange ($6.99 a share, up 13.66%), Tegna ($26.20, up 13.47%) and Scripps Networks Interactive ($56.06, up 12.57%).

Losers for the past week declined only slightly, making it a stable week for media stocks. Broadcom closed at $50,49, a 1.39% decrease. It was followed by Addvantage ($2.22, down .89%), Entravision ($6.71, down .74%), Cable One ($429.16, down .43%) and Blonder Tongue, at $.65 a share—with no decline or increase whatsoever.

Last week’s stock price winners:

1. WWE:…………………………………………………………………..19.68……… 13.76%
2. SEACHANGE:………………………………………………………..6.99……… 13.66%
3. TEGNA:………………………………………………………………..26.20……… 13.47%
4. SCRIPPS INT:………………………………………………………56.06……… 12.57%

Last week’s stock price losers:

1. BROADCOM:………………………………………………………..50.49………(1.39%)
2. ADDVANTAGE:……………………………………………………….2.22………(0.89%)
3. ENTRAVISION:……………………………………………………….6.71………(0.74%)
4. CABLE ONE:………………………………………………………429.16………(0.43%)
5. BLNDER TONGUE:…………………………………………………0.65……….. 0.00%

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