Journal Communications Revenues Down
August 20, 2007 at 12:27 PM (PT)
JOURNAL COMMUNICATIONS announced today that for the period ended JULY 29, 2007, total revenues from continuing operations for its Publishing and Broadcast groups of $34.03 million decreased 6.7% compared to $36.47 million reported for the seventh period ended JULY 23, 2006.
At the Broadcasting segment, total revenue at the Company’s radio and television stations of $15.02 million decreased 5.5% compared to $15.89 million. At the radio group, revenue was $6.28 million, down 0.8% compared to $6.33 million. On a same-station basis (excluding revenue generated by KBBX, which was sold in SEPTEMBER 2006 and KOMJ-A, which was sold earlier this year), radio revenue for the seventh period 2007 increased 1.0%.