|Bid||0.00 x 1000|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||46.93 - 48.41|
|52 Week Range||45.98 - 68.42|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.05|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||6.07|
|Earnings Date||Oct 31, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||57.82|
AMC Theatres, the biggest cinema chain in the world, said Tuesday it is launching a streaming service that will allow members of its loyalty program to rent or buy films and watch them at home, the first such offering from a cinema operator.
AMC Theatres , the biggest cinema chain in the U.S., said it is launching a streaming service that will allow its AMC Stubs members to rent or buy about 2,000 digital films. The company said its film library includes films from every major studio and is available to members of its Stubs loyalty program starting today. Later in the year, the service will include films from AMC Networks' IFC Films and RLJE Films, and AMC Theatres will promote AMC Networks' targeted streaming services, marking the first cross-platform marketing between the two companies. Customers can rent or buy films through the AMC Theatres mobile app, Roku and SmartTVs with more services and devices to be added in the future. "With more than 20 million AMC Stubs households, and with our web site and smartphone apps already being visited hundreds of millions of times annually by movie fans, AMC Theatres is in a unique position to promote specific movies with greater personalization than has ever been possible before," AMC Theatres Chief Executive Adam Aron said in a statement. AMC shares rose 0.6% in premarket trade, but are down 27% in 2019 through Monday, while the S&P 500 has gained 18%.
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The lawsuit stemming from a death on the set of "The Walking Dead" moved closer to trial after a Georgia judge reportedly rejected AMC's claim that it can't be held responsible for the incident.
NEW YORK, Oct. 08, 2019 -- AMC Networks Inc. (NASDAQ: AMCX) will host a conference call to discuss results for the third quarter 2019 on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 8:30 a.m..
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NEW YORK, Sept. 19, 2019 -- AMC Networks’ Acorn TV, North America’s largest and most popular streaming service for British and international television, has surpassed a major.
NEW YORK, Sept. 09, 2019 -- AMC Networks Inc. (NASDAQ: AMCX) today announced that Josh Sapan, President and CEO, will participate in the Goldman Sachs Communacopia Conference.
(Bloomberg) -- The hit CBS Corp. comedy “Young Sheldon” about a child genius, wasn’t so smart when it came to a mock tornado warning, according to the Federal Communications Commission.Even modified, the tornado warning sounded too much like the Emergency Alert System, which is a violation of agency rules, the agency said. It’s proposing a $272,000 fine for the network’s April 12, 2018, episode, according to a notice on the FCC website. CBS will get a chance to respond before any fine is imposed.The FCC is cracking down on what it says are potentially dangerous uses of the emergency alerts in television shows. The alerts are used to warn the public about emergency events like dangerous weather. Using them in television shows could confuse listeners and is a “serious public safety concern,” the agency said.Last month, the FCC lobbed a $395,000 penalty against ABC over the use of an alert during a comedy sketch on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” $68,000 against Discovery Communications Inc. for an Animal Planet episode and $104,000 against AMC Networks Inc. for two episodes of “The Walking Dead.”The “Young Sheldon” episode aired on 227 television stations, including 15 owned and operated by CBS, according to the FCC. The show is a crossover of “The Big Bang Theory,” telling about the childhood of “Big Bang” character Sheldon Cooper.To contact the reporter on this story: Susan Decker in Washington at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jon Morgan at email@example.com, Wendy BenjaminsonFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
NEW YORK, Aug. 28, 2019 -- The Madison Square Garden Company (NYSE: MSG), MSG Networks Inc. (NYSE: MSGN) and AMC Networks Inc. (NASDAQ: AMCX) today announced that Vice.
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Simulated wireless alert tones used in a "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" skit making fun of a presidential alert test have cost Walt Disney Co's ABC $395,000 in civil fines with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. AMC Networks separately on Thursday agreed to pay a $104,000 fine for using an alert tone in a February 2019 episode of the "The Walking Dead." The commission handed down smaller fines to Discovery's Animal Planet and Meruelo Radio Holdings for other violations. The use of emergency alert system or wireless emergency alert tones are barred by FCC rules "to avoid confusion when the tones are used, alert fatigue among listeners, and false activation of the system by the operative data elements contained in the alert tones," the agency said.
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday said Walt Disney Co's ABC unit has agreed to pay a $395,000 civil penalty after an October 2018 episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" used a simulated wireless alert tone. AMC Networks separately agreed to pay a $104,000 fine for using an alert tone in a February 2019 episode of the "The Walking Dead." The commission handed down smaller fines to Discovery's Animal Planet and Meruelo Radio Holdings for other violations. The use of emergency alert system or wireless emergency alert tones are barred by FCC rules "to avoid confusion when the tones are used, alert fatigue among listeners, and false activation of the system by the operative data elements contained in the alert tones," the agency said.