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TheStreet.com  11 hrs ago  Comment 
Update (9:40 a.m.): Updated with Friday market open information. NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Wunderlich upgraded Scripps Network Interactive  to "buy" from "hold" and set a $90 target price. The firm cited valuation, as the stock is down 12% year...
DailyFinance  Mar 28  Comment 
DENVER, COLORADO -- (Marketwired) -- 03/28/14 -- Sandspring Resources Ltd. ("Sandspring" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE: SSP) announced today that its board of Directors (the "Board") has adopted a shareholder rights plan (the "Rights...
Wall Street Journal  Mar 26  Comment 
Amazon.com has dropped programming supplied by Food Network-parent Scripps Networks Interactive Inc. and Discovery Channel-owner Discovery Communications Inc. from its Prime service.
Red Orbit  Mar 19  Comment 
April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online GPS technology has had a profound effect on the world by advancing science and society's ability to pinpoint precise information, from driving directions to tracking ground motions during...
Red Orbit  Mar 17  Comment 
First-of-its-kind analysis considers the effects of climate change on a daily basis Robert Monroe, Scripps Institution of Oceanography By the end of the 21st century, some parts of the world can expect as many as 30 more days a year without...
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 10  Comment 
IPS officer Ajay Mishra, posted with Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS), was on Monday appointed as Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Kanpur.“Mishra has been appointed by the state government a...
SeekingAlpha  Mar 4  Comment 
The E.W. Scripps Company (SSP) Q4 2013 Earnings Conference Call March 4, 2014 9:00 am ET Executives Richard Boehne – President, Chief Executive Officer Timothy Wesolowski – Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer Brian...
StreetInsider.com  Mar 4  Comment 
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Financial Times  Feb 28  Comment 
$1bn auction for the UK broadcast channel attracts first round interest from US groups including Viacom, Discovery, Scripps and Saban
TheStreet.com  Feb 19  Comment 
Update (9:50 a.m.): Updated with Wednesday market open activity. NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Argus upgraded Scripps Networks Interactive  to "buy" from "hold" and set a $100 target price. The firm noted that HGTV and Food Channel remain key...




 
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The E.W. Scripps Company (SSP) is a diversified media company operating through four business segments:

Scripps Networks - 42% of 2006 operating revenue, 80% of which comes from advertising and 19% from network affiliate fees (per subscriber). Scripps Networks operates five national lifestyle television networks for cable and satellite: Home & Garden Television (HGTV), Food Network, DIY Network (DIY), Fine Living, and Great American Country (GAC). The company also has a 7.25% interest in Fox-BRV Southern Sports Holdings, which comprises the Sports South and Fox Sports Net South regional television networks. The company has developed some of its programming, launching HGTV in 1994, DIY in 1999 and Fine Living in 2002. It acquired a controlling interest in Food Network in 1997 and GAC in 4Q04. The company runs online channels, HGTVPro.com, and HGTVKitchenDesign.com.

Newspaper Publishing 29% of 2006 operating revenue of which 80% comes from advertising and 17% from circulation. Scripps operates newspapers in 17 U.S. markets with the largest circulation in Denver followed by Memphis, Knoxville, Treasure Coast, Florida, and Ventura County, California.

Broadcast Television 15% of 2006 operating revenue. Scripps' 10 TV stations (six affiliates of ABC, three of NBC, and one independent) together reach about 10% of U.S. TV households. A station is located in each one of the nation's 61 largest TV markets.

Interactive Media 11% of pro forma 2006 operating revenues. Interactive media includes online comparison shopping services, Shopzilla and uSwitch. Acquired in June, 2005, Shopzilla operates a comparison shopping service and is available on Shopzilla.com and BizRate.com in the U.S. uSwitch acquired in March 2006, operates an online comparison service that helps consumers compare prices, and arranges for the purchase of a range of essential home services including gas, electricity, home phone, broadband Internet and personal finance products primarily in the United Kingdom.

Sale of Shop At Home business: The company sold the Shop At Home television network on June 21, 2006 for $17 million, and announced in September that it had reached an agreement to sell its five Shop At Home-affiliated broadcast television stations for $170 million. The company closed the sale of three of the stations on December 22, 2006, and completed the sale of the remaining two stations on April 24, 2007.




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