JRN  Journal Communications Inc.




Consumer Services



Market Cap.


Vuru Grade


Current Price

+0.19 (+1.30%)

Growth Price

Overvalued by 5.16%

Stability Price

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.
  • 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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Journal Communications, Scripps closing set for April 1
Milwaukee Business Journal - Mar 13, 2015
Rich Kirchen. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Journal Communications community newspapers will join… more. An era will end April 1 when Milwaukee legacy-media leader Journal Communications Inc. will close its transactions with E.W. Scripps Co.
Scripps, Journal Communications receive shareholder approvals for mergers ... - PR Newswire (press release)
Scripps, Journal Communications Boards Set Record Dates for Transactions - MarketWatch
Analyst Rating Update on Level 3 Communications, Inc.
American Trade Journal - Jul 22, 2015
Analysts at Zacks have given a short term rating of buy on Level 3 Communications (NYSE:LVLT) with a rank of 2. The company has received an average rating of 1.86 from 14 brokerage firms. 8 analysts have rated the company as a strong buy. The company ...
Company Shares of General Communication, Inc. Drops by -0.44% | American Trade ...
American Trade Journal - 9 hours ago
General Communication, Inc. (NASDAQ:GNCMA) has dropped 0.44% during the past week, however, the bigger picture is still very bullish; the shares have posted positive gains of 8.54% in the last 4 weeks.
Goldman-Backed Instant Messaging Company Seeks New Investment - WSJ - Wall ...
Wall Street Journal - Jul 26, 2015
Symphony Communication Services LLC, the instant-messaging software company backed by many of Wall Street's biggest firms, is seeking another investment round that may value the startup at as much as $1 billion, according to people familiar with the ...
Lawyer Emails Put Visa, MasterCard Settlement at Risk - WSJ - Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - 6 hours ago
Those lawyers are expected to take the same steps in a similar case involving a pending $79 million settlement involving American Express Co. ... Willkie Farr said it found “certain documents which we believe raise questions that appropriately should ...
Comcast, Discovery Renew Distribution Agreement - WSJ - Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - 10 hours ago
Cable companies Comcast Corp. CMCSA -1.71 % and Discovery Communications Inc. DISCK -1.36 % said Monday that they have agreed to renew a distribution agreement, replacing an earlier deal that expired in June.
AT&T's DirecTV Buy Supports Dividend - Barron's
Barron's - 8 hours ago
... approval, AT&T agreed to numerous stipulations from the Federal Communications Commission. As we noted in our second-quarter preview, we view the transaction as largely financially driven -- without really solving either company's secular challenges.
Zacks Rating on Shaw Communications Inc.
American Trade Journal - Jul 8, 2015
Shaw Communications Inc. (NYSE:SJR) is a hold, according to the latest average broker rating of 2.67. The number of analysts in this rating is 6. Research Analysts at Zacks has the shares a rating of 3, which implies that the firms recommendation is ...
PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - July 27 | Reuters
Reuters - 21 hours ago
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration also assigned an independent monitor to audit the company's recall processes for up to four years.
Corporate Pensions Plans Underfunded, Outlook Unclear, PwC Says - The CFO ...
Wall Street Journal (blog) - 3 hours ago
General Motors Co. and Verizon Communications Inc.VZ -0.67% are among the companies that moved their pension plans for salaried workers to a third party in 2012.