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    Why investors should jump on Atlanta Braves' 'trophy value'

    On today's Good Buy or Goodbye segment, Gabelli Funds co-CIO Chris Marangi joins host Julie Hyman to navigate the best stock picks for investors in the sports media sector. Marangi names Atlanta Braves Holdings (BATRK) as a stock to buy, highlighting the "very few opportunities to own sports assets in the public market." Furthermore, he highlights that the stock is currently trading at a discount to its private market valuation, presenting a good entry point for investors. Marangi also commends the company's strategic positioning, stating that it has "positioned it for a sale to capture that trophy value." On the other hand, Marangi advises investors to avoid investing in the Walt Disney Company (DIS). Despite its iconic status, he acknowledges that the media giant is "still not immune to the forces impacting the media industry." With the rapid rise of streaming platforms, Marangi believes that Disney's future earnings potential may be hindered. Additionally, Marangi cites "moderating demand" in Disney's amusement parks as a concerning factor, attributing it to consumers' heightened economic sensitivity. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination. This post was written by Angel Smith

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    Warner Bros Discovery's TNT signs deal with ESPN for College Football Playoff

    Walt Disney said on Wednesday TNT will present two-round games for two years and include two quarter-final through 2028 season. TNT will broadcast the sub-licensed College Football Playoff games among additional TNT Sports distribution platforms, Disney said.

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    Disney strikes deal to sell stake in India's Tata Play, Bloomberg News reports

    Walt Disney has struck a deal to sell its stake in Tata Play, valuing Indian conglomerate Tata Group's satellite TV provider at about $1 billion, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter. The stake sale news comes as the U.S.-based media giant looks to focus on its merger with India's top conglomerate, Reliance Industries, in a bid to create an $8.5 billion entertainment juggernaut far ahead of rivals in the world's most populous nation. Last month, Tata Sons, the holding company of India's Tata Group, increased its stake in Tata Play to 70% by buying a 10% stake from Singapore state investment firm Temasek for about $100 million, local media had reported.