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McClatchy is up more than 8% today after Standard & Poor's raised its corporate credit rating on the newspaper publisher.
McClatchy shares are surging today after chairman and CEO Gary Pruitt noted the improving advertising revenue trends in his presentation at the 38th annual UBS media conference.
Analysts at Evercore Partners believe that Gannett could be missing a major opportunity to launch CareerBuilder as a public company, as the job site has grown to become the largest online help wanted platform in the U.S. market.
Major newspaper publishing companies with a broadcast segment outperformed companies that rely solely on publishing in the third quarter.
These stocks could make a big move higher if they get squeezed.
News companies are seeing gains in their digital revenue, but not enough to offset the losses in their publishing and advertising sectors.
Technology Crossover Ventures sells 106,298 shares of Netflix.
Several stocks trading near $5 were moving on above-average volume during Thursday's session.
Look for higher-than-average risk on both sides of the market heading into the weekend.
The McClatchy Company (NYSE: MNI) and WebVisible ( www.WebVisible.
The ETF, which includes the film industry, has outperformed the broader indexes.
The New York Times stock has taken a dive following a strong earnings report -- but one with a cloudy outlook.
Gannett shares fall sharply Monday after the newspaper chain modestly surpasses expectations.
Several stocks trading near $5 were moving on above-average volume during Wednesday's session.
More employers plan to add to their headcounts in 2010 than last year, according to a new survey.
Shares of the New York Times and Gannett shoot higher on a pair of bullish analyst calls.
Miami Herald asks online readers to consider making 'voluntary payment' for content
Gannett says it is 'clearly comfortable' with high end of 4th-quarter profit outlook
Several media stocks ended the trading session notably higher after the announcement of ad-revenue forecasts.
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