Companies in this industry are often diversified media and education companies which have at least one department dedicated to newspaper publishing and broadcasting.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||DARS™ Rating||Current Yield||Current Price||Annual Dividend||52-Week High||52-Week Low|
|AHC||A. H. Belo Corporation||6.88%||$4.65||$0.32||5.87||4.35|
|JMG||Journal Media Group, Inc.||0.00%||$12.01||$0.00||12.45||11.78|
|LEE||Lee Enterprises, Incorporated||0.00%||$2.45||$0.00||2.75||1.75|
|MNI||The McClatchy Company||0.00%||$10.30||$0.00||11.51||5.75|
|NEWM||New Media Investment Group Inc||8.74%||$16.93||$1.48||17.95||12.33|
|NYT||The New York Times Company||0.70%||$23.00||$0.16||25.7||16.8|
|PRISB||Promotora de Informaciones SA||0.00%||$0.00||8.82||2.18|
|SSP||E. W. Scripps Co||1.56%||$12.79||$0.20||20.35||10.69|
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