JRN  Journal Communications Inc.




Consumer Services



Market Cap.


Vuru Grade


Current Price

+0 (+0%)

Growth Price

Undervalued by 8.43%

Stability Price

Fairly valued

Company Metrics

  • P/E 16.73
  • P/S 1.74
  • P/B 2.66
  • EPS 1
  • Cash ROIC 12.62%
  • Cash Ratio 0.15
  • Dividend 0 / 0 %
  • Avg. Vol. 252,051.00
  • Shares 50.75M
  • Market Cap. 754.25M

Company Description

Journal Communications, Inc., through its subsidiaries, operates as a media and communications company in the United States. The company operates in three segments: Publishing, Broadcasting, and Printing Services. The Publishing segment primarily consists of its daily newspaper, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, which is distributed primarily by independent contract carriers throughout southeastern ... more

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Ex-Journal Communications exec joins Major League Football
Milwaukee Business Journal - Aug 9, 2016
Bill Lutzen - a former top executive with Milwaukee-based Journal Broadcast Group and the old Journal Communications Inc. - has been named a vice president of a new professional football league called Major League Football that plans to start play in ...
Qualcomm to Buy NXP Semiconductors for $39 Billion
Wall Street Journal - 3 hours ago
Dan Hutcheson, an analyst at VLSI Research Inc., has said NXP's fabs are highly profitable, in part because their production gear was written off years ago.
Rogers Communications Chief Executive Departs
Wall Street Journal - Oct 17, 2016
Under Mr. Laurence's tenure, Rogers reached a C$100 million joint venture with Vice Media Inc. in 2014 and launched Canadian video streaming service Shomi with Shaw Communications Inc. SJR 0.35 % that same year. Shomi will cease operations at the ...
Charter Communications signs huge lease, plans 800 jobs
Denver Business Journal (blog) - Oct 4, 2016
Charter Communications Inc. will lease 306,000 square feet in the third and final phase of Village Center Station in Greenwood Village, and the company said it plans to add 800 jobs in the area.
Verizon Reviewing Terms of Yahoo Deal As Revenue Slides
Wall Street Journal - Oct 20, 2016
Verizon Communications Inc. on Thursday reported declining revenue and plunging subscriber growth, and said it is assessing whether it will need to renegotiate its acquisition of Yahoo Inc. YHOO 1.00 % after a major data breach. Verizon's Chief ...
Verizon still digesting Yahoo hack; 3Q profit falls - Albuquerque Journal
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Wall Street Journal - Oct 3, 2016
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Level 3 Communications Names Information and Technology Chiefs
Wall Street Journal (blog) - Oct 12, 2016
He replaces Jack Waters, who took a CTO position at communications services provider Zayo. The appointments follow some C-suite shuffling earlier this year, including the temporary departure of Chief Executive Jeff Storey while he underwent heart surgery.
The Fatal Mistake That Doomed Samsung's Galaxy Note
Wall Street Journal - Oct 23, 2016
At least two U.S. senators, Bill Nelson of Florida and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, have asked for more details about Samsung communication with the CPSC and its handling of the phone crisis. Mr. Blumenthal noted in a letter to Samsung released ...
Verizon to Start Selling Wireless Data Plans for Drones
Wall Street Journal - Oct 6, 2016
Verizon Communications Inc. VZ -0.48 % said Thursday it would begin working with drone makers to connect the flying vehicles to Verizon's wireless network.
AT&T-Time Warner Challenges Echo Those of 2000 AOL Deal
Wall Street Journal (blog) - Oct 24, 2016
Back in 2000, Time Warner had yet to resolve issues surrounding the merger of Time Inc. and Warner Communications Inc. That is similar to AT&T's position today, according to Mr. Marks. AT&T closed its $49 billion acquisition of DirectTV just last year ...
AT&T-Time Warner deal could spur more mergers, scrutiny - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel