|Bid||11.70 x 1000|
|Ask||17.50 x 1000|
|Day's Range||11.52 - 12.00|
|52 Week Range||10.26 - 18.75|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.67|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||1.67|
|Earnings Date||May 7, 2019 - May 13, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||16.00|
CHICAGO, April 16, 2019 -- Tribune Publishing Company (NASDAQ:TPCO) properties were recognized Monday by the 2019 Pulitzer Prize Board as the South Florida Sun Sentinel was.
The Virginian-Pilot and Daily Press newspapers' top editor is leaving amid restructuring at the publications. The Virginian-Pilot reports Friday that Tribune Publishing announced Marisa Porto's departure. Porto previously led the Daily Press Media Group, which includes the Virginia Gazette and Tidewater Review.
Tribune Publishing Co (NASDAQ:TPCO) files its latest 10-K with SEC for the fiscal year ended on December 31, 2018.
Company Delivers Year-over-year Net Income Growth Driven by Continued Growth in Digital Subscribers and Content Revenue and Ongoing Cost Management Efforts Board Authorizes $25.
CHICAGO, Feb. 25, 2019 -- Tribune Publishing (NASDAQ:TPCO) will report its financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 30, 2018 on Wednesday, March.
In the wake of stagnant wages, staff cuts and increasing workloads, they filed authorization cards with the National Labor Relations Board stating their desire to be represented by The NewsGuild-CWA.
Cannell Capital Wages “Vote No” Campaign for February 20 Shareholder Meeting By John Jannarone While none are up for election, the director candidates Carlo Cannell’s Cannell Capital suggested for the board of Lee Enterprises have strong backgrounds in precisely the areas where the regional newspaper operator could use some advice, CorpGov has learned through interviews […]
The Hartford Courant (Tribune Publishing Company (TPCO)) today outlined the company’s priorities and recent accomplishments, and voluntarily agreed to recognize a union representing certain newsroom employees. “Our future success will stem from our relentless focus on our readers,” said Andrew Julien, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, in a letter sent to all newsroom employees. Julien’s letter called for broad cooperation in charting the Courant’s future, a commitment to digital innovation, and a belief in journalism’s ability to improve people’s lives.
Cannell Capital Wages “Vote No” Campaign Against 3 Directors Including Chairman By John Jannarone Cannell Capital’s Carlo Cannell believes he is doing regional newspaper company Lee Enterprises a service by urging shareholders to vote against the three board directors up for election next month, including Chairman Mary Junck, he told CorpGov in an interview. […]
CHICAGO, Feb. 06, 2019 -- Tribune Publishing Company (NASDAQ:TPCO) announced today that three senior leaders from the business and the editorial side – Maya Bordeaux, Colin.
Gannett on Monday rejected a $12-a-share takeover offer from MNG Enterprises Inc., which is backed by hedge fund Alden Global Capital and better known as Digital First Media. Gannett said the bid undervalued the company and that Digital First failed to answer basic questions about its ability to secure financing and antitrust approval. Responding to Gannett’s rejection, Digital First accused the company of lacking a plan to reach a $12 stock price on its own and indicated it might start a proxy fight but refrained from making any specific funding or regulatory commitments.
Walmart, CVS, American Express, Apple, Johnson & Johnson, Rio Tinto and Tribune Publishing are the companies to watch.
Tribune Publishing Company (TPCO) today announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Timothy P. Knight as Chief Executive Officer and David Dreier as Chairman of the Board. Knight will also join the Board of Directors and succeeds Justin Dearborn who has stepped down as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “Tim is a proven operator with an entrepreneurial approach and digital media expertise. At a time when consolidation is essential in our quest to strengthen journalism, his experience transforming media companies will help achieve success,” said Dreier.
Tribune Publishing rekindled merger talks with Gannett Media just weeks prior to MNG Enterprise’s takeover bid for the latter on Monday.
Newspaper publisher Gannett Co. may find it difficult to resist the advances of an activist investor and potential buyer. MNG Enterprises Inc., the owner of the Boston Herald and Denver Post that’s backed by hedge fund Alden Global Capital, on Monday disclosed a 7.5 percent stake in Gannett and made an unsolicited offer to acquire it. MNG, better known as Digital First Media, is offering $12 a share, or about $1.6 billion including debt.
Tribune Publishing (TPCO) announced today that Theresa (Terry) Rang has been named Editor-in-Chief of the Morning Call in Allentown, Pennsylvania effective immediately. “Terry is a company leader in driving audience growth and has been instrumental in the development of the Morning Call’s digital transformation. She is intimately familiar with the Lehigh Valley market and will continue to build upon the Morning Call’s journalistic legacy,” said Tim Knight, President, Tribune Publishing. Rang has a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Maryland University College and an associate’s degree in journalism from the Williamsport Area Community College.
The company has made "lots of progress" in repairing infected computer systems, the person said. The cyber attack on the company's back office systems was identified on Friday and disrupted production of Saturday editions of papers that use its production platform.
Tribune Publishing Co used "workaround systems" to help print major U.S. newspapers including the Los Angeles Times on Sunday and Monday as the company recovers from a cyber attack, a source familiar with the operation said. The company has made "lots of progress" in repairing infected computer systems, the person said. The cyber attack on the company's back office systems was identified on Friday and disrupted production of Saturday editions of papers that use its production platform.
Authorities have identified the computer virus that distrupted the printing and distribution of Tribune Publishing newspapers last week. The "Ryuk" ransomware, which is believed to have North Korean origins, impacted papers around the country including the L.A. Times and Wall Street Journal. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN to discuss more about the virus.