Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. ("21st Century Fox" or the "Company" -- NASDAQ: FOXA, FOX) today reported financial results for the three months ended September 30, 2016. The Company reported quarterly income from continuing operations attributable to stockholders of $827 million ($0.44 per share), as compared to $678 million ($0.34 per share) reported in the prior year quarter. Excluding the net income effects of Other, net and adjustments to Equity earnings of affiliates, including adjustments related to Sky plc ("Sky") and Endemol Shine Group, adjusted quarterly earnings per share from continuing operations attributable to shareholders 1 was $0.51 versus $0.38 reported in the same quarter of the prior year. The Company reported total quarterly revenues of $6.51 billion, a $429 million, or 7%, increase from the $6.08 billion of revenues reported in the prior year quarter. This increase primarily reflects higher affiliate and advertising revenues generated at our Cable Network Programming segment and higher content revenues generated at the Filmed Entertainment segment. The adverse impact of foreign exchange rates impacted quarterly revenue growth by $77 million. Quarterly total segment OIBDA 2 of $1.79 billion increased by $256 million, or 17%, from the $1.54 billion reported in the prior year quarter. This increase was due to higher contributions from both the Company's Filmed Entertainment and Cable Network Programming segments. The adverse impact of foreign exchange rates impacted quarterly OIBDA growth by $42 million, or 3% in total. Commenting on the results, Executive Chairmen Rupert and Lachlan Murdoch said: "We delivered a strong quarter, growing our earnings by double digits on solid revenue gains. Whether it was Fox News rating #1 in basic cable, the 27 primetime Emmy Awards between FX Networks and FOX Broadcasting, producing 3 of the top 5 scripted shows on television, or our robust international growth, we demonstrated strong operational momentum across our global businesses."