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Carlton sells Solid State arm

Deal inked at $69.6 million

LONDON — Carlton Communications sold Solid State Logic for £43.5 million ($69.6 million) to venture capitalist 3i.

SSL designs and manufactures audio mixing consoles used by the music, film and TV industries. The sale is part of Carlton’s strategy to offload its technology businesses and concentrate on broadcasting and content.

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