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The Gabelli Multimedia Trust Inc.

Fund Overview for Multimedia Trust


The Gabelli Multimedia Trust is a closed-end, non-diversified management investment company whose investment objective is long term growth of capital, with income as a secondary objective. The Fund seeks opportunities for long-term growth presented in the global telecommunications, media, publishing, and entertainment industries. The Fund will also invest in companies participating in emerging technological advances in interactive services and products.
  The Gabelli Multimedia Trust Inc.

Fund Structure:   Closed End
Investment Style:   Specialty Equity
Inception:   November 15, 1994
Portfolio Manager(s)

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 Manager Christopher J. Marangi

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Investors should carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses of the Fund before investing. You can obtain more information about the Fund by calling 1-800-GABELLI (1-800-422-3554).

The Fund’s net asset value (“NAV”) per share will fluctuate with changes in the market value of the Fund’s portfolio securities. Stocks are subject to market, economic, and business risks that cause their prices to fluctuate. Investors acquire shares of the Fund on a securities exchange at market value, which fluctuates according to the dynamics of supply and demand.

Leverage Risk. The use of leverage, which can be described as exposure to changes in price at a ratio greater than the amount of equity invested, through the issuance of preferred shares, magnifies both the favorable and unfavorable effects of price movements in the investments made by the Fund. The Fund’s use of leverage in its investment operations subjects it to substantial risk of loss.

Industry Concentration Risks. The Fund invests a significant portion of its assets in companies in the telecommunications, media, publishing and entertainment industries and, as a result, the value of the Fund’s shares is more susceptible to factors affecting those particular types of companies and those industries, including governmental regulation, a greater price volatility than the overall market, rapid obsolescence of products and services, intense competition and strong market reactions to technological developments. As a consequence of its concentration policy, the Fund’s investments may be subject to greater risk and market fluctuation than a fund that has securities representing a broader range of alternatives.