Johnston Press PLC (JPR.L)
26 May 2017
May 19 Newspaper publisher Johnston Press Plc posted a mere 0.2 percent rise in revenue for the year to April 30 and said trading conditions for regional newspapers in the UK remain challenging.
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* FY adjusted 1 revenue (including i from April) down 6.0 pct for period, down 5 pct Q3 and with trends improving, revenues up 1 pct in Q4
Feb 3 Johnston Press Plc, the publisher of the Scotsman, said trading towards the end of 2016 improved as it posted a 1 percent rise in fourth-quarter revenue aided by strong sales of its "i" and Yorkshire Post titles.
Feb 3 Johnston Press Plc, the publisher of the Scotsman and the Yorkshire Post, said it is seeing higher costs from imported paper and ink due to weakness in sterling after the Brexit vote, as it posted a 6 percent fall in full-year revenue.
* Confirms that trading for 52 weeks to 31 December 2016 (subject to audit) has been broadly in line with board's expectations
* Contract is a multi-million pound contract across a five year period and ANL will have option to extend term after five years Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom: +91 806 749 1136)
* Resolution relating to disposal of entire issued share capital of Johnston Publishing East Anglia was duly passed on a poll Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom)