Chyron to acquire Hego Group

If approved, share swap will create ChyronHego.


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Melville, New York — Chyron Corporation announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Hego AB and its subsidiaries (collectively, “Hego Group”), a leading provider of powerful graphics and data visualization solutions for TV and sports. Hego Group is a privately-held company with its headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, and has operations in Norway, Finland, Czech Republic, UK and USA. The combined company will be rebranded as ChyronHego.

The transaction will take the form of a stock transaction whereby Chyron will issue a number of shares of Chyron common stock which will represent 40 percent of its aggregate shares of common stock outstanding, including certain outstanding options, after the closing, in exchange for all of Hego’s outstanding capital stock. Upon the achievement of certain revenue milestones during 2013, 2014 and/or 2015, Hego’s shareholders will also be entitled to receive additional shares of Chyron common stock such that the total number of shares of Chyron common stock issued in the transaction is equal to 50 percent of the aggregate shares of Chyron common stock outstanding, including certain outstanding options, after the closing.



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