Emmis Communications Corp. (EMMS)


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Open4.15
Prev Close4.16
Bid4.10 x 1200
Ask4.11 x 10300
Day's Range4.10 - 4.18
52wk Range1.72 - 5.76
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap50.42M
P/E Ratio (ttm)15.00
Beta0.60
Volume32,838
Avg Vol (3m)25,603
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • Business Wire2 days ago

    Power 106’s Celebrity Basketball Game to Benefit Homeboy Industries

    Atlantic Records’ Recording artist, B.o.B. will perform live at half-time along with Skate Maloley, Alex Aiono and a special DJ performance by A-Trak and Dillon Francis. The 5th Annual Power 106 Celebrity Basketball Game will benefit Homeboy Industries at the USC Galen Center on Sunday, September 11, 2016.

  • American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Two L.A. magazines could be put up for sale in proposed Emmis deal

    A proposed deal to take Emmis Communications Corp. private could put two Los Angeles magazines up for sale. Indianapolis-based Emmis Communications Corp. (EMMS), which owns Los Angeles Magazine, Orange Coast Magazine, L.A. radio station Power 106 KPWR, and several other media outlets, announced Aug. 18 it has received an offer to take the company private . Emmis CEO Jeff Smulyan offered $4.10 per share in cash to merge the company with a private entity under his control called E Acquisition Co. The deal is valued at $46.5 million, and it's Smulyan's third attempt to take the company private, according to the Indianapolis Star .

  • American City Business Journals7 days ago

    CEO offers $46.5M to take Texas Monthly owner private

    A proposed deal to take Texas Monthly's owner private would put the Austin-based magazine and others across the country up for sale. Indianapolis-based Emmis Communications Corp. (EMMS), which owns Texas Monthly and several other media outlets, announced Aug. 18 it has received an offer to take the company private . Emmis CEO Jeff Smulyan offered $4.10 per share in cash to merge the company with a private entity under his control called E Acquisition Co. The deal is valued at $46.5 million, and it's Smulyan's third attempt to take the company private, according to the Indianapolis Star .