JRN  Journal Communications Inc.

Exchange

NYSE

Sector

Consumer Services

Industry

Newspapers/Magazines

Market Cap.

754.25M

Vuru Grade

50.02/100

Current Price

$14.82
+0.19 (+1.30%)

Growth Price

$14.06
Overvalued by 5.16%

Stability Price

$12.40
Overvalued by 16.35%

Company Metrics

  • 16.73 P/E
  • 1.74 P/S
  • 2.66 P/B
  • 0.89 EPS
  • 12.62% Cash ROIC
  • 0.15 Cash Ratio
  • 0 / 0% Dividend
  • 201,093.00 Avg. Vol.
  • 50.89M Shares
  • 754.25M Market Cap.

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 ...
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News

Journal Communications, Scripps Spin/Merger set for April 1
Forbes - Mar 16, 2015
Journal Communications is a diversified media company with operations in publishing, radio and TV broadcasting, and interactive media.
Journal's Steve Smith lands $4.4M golden parachute - Milwaukee Business Journal
Journal Media reports ad revenue decline of 8% in Q1 2015 earnings report
Talking New Media - May 15, 2015
The media assets swap between E.W. Scrips and Journal Communications sent broadcast properties to Scripps, and print properties to Journal Media, the new name of the newspaper company established following the swap. That a company would ...
Journal Sentinel's owner posts 7.4 percent revenue decline in first quarter - Milwaukee Business Journal
Journal Media Group Reports First Quarter Results - Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release)
FCC Chairman Reached Out to Time Warner Cable, Charter CEOs
Wall Street Journal - 13 hours ago
In recent days, Mr. Wheeler individually called Time Warner Cable Chief Executive Rob Marcus and Charter Communications Inc. CHTR 0.96 % CEO Tom Rutledge, as well as other cable executives, to convey that they shouldn't assume the agency is against ...
No Merger Ban, FCC Said to Tell Time Warner Cable, Charter - Bloomberg
UPDATE 1-FCC chairman reached out to Time Warner Cable, Charter CEOs -WSJ - Reuters
As revenue declines continue, Journal Sentinel's new owner seeks employee ...
Milwaukee Business Journal - May 19, 2015
The new publicly traded company that owns the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has resurrected employee buyouts as a strategy to return the business to profitability.
Altice Looks to US After Sealing Suddenlink Deal
Wall Street Journal - May 20, 2015
Altice made clear that buying control of Suddenlink, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, could be a steppingstone for more deals in a market that is in the middle of a major upheaval.
Altice to buy stake in Suddenlink for $9.1 bln - MarketWatch
Exclusive: Altice eyes US with TWC, Suddenlink buys - sources - Reuters
Goldman Sachs Says Hedge Funds Are Short These 14 Stocks
Wall Street Journal (blog) - 17 hours ago
Pharma giant AbbVie Inc.ABBV -0.56%, oil and gas exploration and production stock Pioneer Natural Resources Co.PXD +1.74% and McDonald's Corp.MCD -0.78% are among those Goldman added to the short list. They replace companies including Visa ...
Deal Watch: Four Am Law 100 Firms Prescribed Work on CVS-Omnicare Merger
The American Lawyer - 12 hours ago
According to Altice, the Suddenlink buy is a strategic move to enter the U.S. cable market. Suddenlink's CEO Jerry Kent, a cable industry veteran who backed the company through his telecom investment firm Cequel III Communications, has agreed to step ...
Deals of the Day: CVS Buys Omnicare, GE Gets Specific - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Charter Explores Bid for Time Warner Cable
Wall Street Journal - Apr 24, 2015
Charter Communications, backed by Liberty's John Malone, is looking at a possible Time Warner Cable bid. Photo: Sander de ... Time Warner Cable rejected a bid from Charter before accepting a Comcast offer last year, and many of the company's concerns ...
Charter's $10.4 billion bid for Bright House appears dead - Tampa Bay Business Journal
What's next for $10.4B Bright House-Charter deal - Orlando Business Journal
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Wauwatosa Now - 11 hours ago
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Time Warner Cable Adviser Contacted Cox Communications
Wall Street Journal - Apr 27, 2015
Time Warner Cable didn't authorize the approach, one of the people said. A Time Warner Cable spokesman said the company didn't contact Cox, after a report by The Wall Street Journal that it did. A Cox spokesman said in a statement, “We've been clear ...
UPDATE 1-Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications deny report of merger talks - Reuters
Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications deny report of merger talks - The West Australian