The closing of the transaction is expected to take place early 2008. The transaction is not subject to any regulatory approval requirements. Svensk Filmindustri was established in 1919 and is the leading distributor of feature films in the Nordic region, with a library of over 1,200 movie titles. Hans-Holger Albrecht, President and CEO of MTG, commented: “The sale of the Sonet Film business is in line with the ongoing focus on our core broadcasting operations, and reflects the current consolidation in the Nordic production and distribution industry. Sonet has produced and distributed a number of internationally acclaimed feature titles, and we wish the company every success with its further development as part of the regional market leader in this area”. *** For further information, please visit www.mtg.se, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact: Hans-Holger Albrecht, President & CEO tel: +46 (0) 8 562 000 50 Matthew Hooper, Investor & Analyst Enquiries tel: +44 (0) 20 7321 5010 Bert Willborg, Press Enquiries tel +44 (0) 791 2280 850 Modern Times Group is a leading international entertainment broadcasting group with the second largest geographical broadcast footprint in Europe. MTG's Viasat Broadcasting is the largest free-to-air and satellite premium pay-TV operator in Scandinavia and the Baltics, and also operates channels in the Czech Republic, Russia, Hungary, Slovenia and the Balkans. Viasat channels are broadcast in a total of 24 countries and reach 100 million people. MTG is also the biggest shareholder in Russia’s largest independent television network (CTC Media - NASDAQ: CTCM), and the number one commercial radio operator in the Nordic and Baltic regions. Modern Times Group MTG AB class A and B shares are listed on the OMX Nordic Exchange Large Cap market (‘MTGA’ and ‘MTGB’). The information in this announcement is that which Modern Times Group MTG AB is required to disclose under the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. It was released for publication at 08.00 CET on 14 December, 2007.