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Q2 Earnings: Journal's Television Revenue Rises 22.5% - Posted July 31, 2013
Journal Communications reported $43 million in revenue from television stations during the second quarter of 2013, up 22.5% (6.9% on a same-station basis) from the year-ago quarter, excluding political revenue. Political advertising revenue dropped from $5.2 million in Q2 2012 to $0.2 million... [TVSpy]

Journal's TV Revenue Rises 43% in Q1 - Posted May 2, 2013
Journal Communications' television station revenue was $42.3 million in the first quarter of 2013, an increase of 43.4% on the year-ago quarter. The first quarter revenue increased 7.6% on a same station basis. While political advertising revenue was down due to an expected decrease in political spendin... [TVSpy]

Journal Communications TV Revenue Up 40% in Q3 - Posted October 25, 2012
Journal Communications announced revenue from its 15 television stations increased +39.5% in the third quarter of 2012. Political and issue revenue in the third quarter was $8.6 million and Olympic advertising was $2.7 million, the company said. Core local advertising revenue decreased -3% due to declines in re... [TVSpy]

Journal Communications to Buy WTVF for $215M - Posted September 4, 2012
Journal Communications, Inc. announced today that its Journal Broadcast Group has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase Nashville's CBS affiliate, WTVF, from Landmark Media Enterprises, LLC. "We are especially pleased to reach ... [TVSpy]

Bus Driver Sues WTMJ Reporter For Ambushing Her About Prostitution Past - Posted July 2, 2012
A Milwaukee school bus driver is suing WTMJ reporter Robert Koebel, as well as the station's owner, Journal Communications, over an investigative report Koebel d... [TVSpy]

Journal TV Revenue Up 7.5% - Posted April 27, 2012
Journal Communications' 14 TV stations brought in $29.5 million during the first quarter, a 7.5% increase compared to the $27.5 million in revenue from the same period last year. Journal's TV stations saw increases in both local and national advertising during the first quarter this year. Thanks to an inc... [TVSpy]

Journal Reports 15.4% Dip in TV Revenue - Posted February 23, 2012
Journal Communications, the owner of Journal Broadcast Group, which operates 13 TV stations in 12 states, today ... [TVSpy]

Journal Announces 6.8% Dip in Q3 Revenue - Posted October 25, 2011
Journal Communications, which owns 14 TV stations across the country through the Journal Broadcast Group, announced a 6.8% decline in TV revenue for the third quart... [TVSpy]