APN News & Media

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APN News & Media (APN) is an Australia-based media company engaged media operations like newspaper publishing, outdoor advertising and radio broadcasting. It is also in the publishing of directories both in online and printed formats. APN was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on the 7th of May 1992. Its average annual revenue reaches approximately AUD$1.2 million. Its headquarters is located in Sydney, Australia and to date; around 5,600 people are employed in the company. APN News Media operates mainly in three business segments: Publishing, Outdoor and Broadcasting.

APN News and Media Full Year $455.8m Loss

Content publishing company, APN News & Media (ASX:APN) have reported its results to shareholders, investors and share traders.

  • APN posted a $455.8 million Loss for the 2012 full year result from a loss of $45.1 million in the previous year.
  • APN revenue from continuing operations up 2 percent to $857.2 million while revenue from discontinued operations down 69 percent to $71.4 million.

APN News & Media Board Resignations

APN News & Media (ASX:APN) have seen key members of its board resign on capital raising issues.

  • APN News & Media saw the resignation of chairman Peter Hunt, managing director Brett Chenoweth, managing director Brett Chenoweth and three other independent directors: Melinda Conrad, John Harvey and John Maasland.

Market Rumours Send APN News Media Stocks Up Nearly 25%

APN News & Media (ASX:APN) have seen their shares jump nearly 25 percent on market rumours.

  • There was speculation in the marketplace that APN News & Media had found a buyer for its New Zealand assets.
  • The company had placed its New Zealand assets including The New Zealand Herald and other magazine and radio assets for sale last May.
  • The APN shares were up 24.65 percent for the day, up 8.5 cents, to close at 43 cents per share.

APN Downgrades Net Profit

APN News & Media (APN) expects its net profit this year to downgrade to between $75 million and $77 million, which is slightly below market consensus, despite having a better second half. The decline is caused by weakness in advertising markets, natural disasters in Queensland and New Zealand, and the 5% depreciation of the New Zealand dollar.

Floats, Dividends and AGMs in the Stock Market on Thursday

For the start of September, there are no companies scheduled to float but there are 15 stocks that will go ex-dividend and two companies that will have their general meeting.


Stocks from AAX, APN, BPA, CGF, FGL, GZL, IAG, IFL, KAT, SHL, SHV, SRV, TRG, TTS, and TWE will go on ex-dividend on September 1, 2011.

APN Earnings Down

Publisher APN News Media (ASX:APN) yesterday forecast first half of the year earnings of about $15 to $20 million reduction from the previous year. Queensland flooding and the Christchurch earthquake were cited by the company in March to have "significantly and negatively impacted" APN's first-quarter results.

At the company's annual meeting, APN chairman Gavin O'Reilly told shareholders that APN would rally with "a round of restructuring initiatives."

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APN News and Media Dividends

1 September, 2010 - 13:39

Peruse the dividend history for APN NEWS & MEDIA LIMITED. Dividends are a portion of company profits paid out to shareholders. You are eligible to receive APN dividends if you own the APN NEWS & MEDIA LIMITED shares on the ex-dividend date. Traders and investors must purchase the stock before the exdividend date to be entitled to the dividend. The previous owner of the shares will receive the APN dividend if you buy the stocks on or after the ex dividend date.

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