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October 26, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
AT&T Corp.'s Liberty Media Group, a cable-television programming company run by John Malone, agreed to buy a 14% stake in Emmis Communications Corp. for $150 million, its first radio broadcasting investment. Liberty Media would buy 2.7 million shares of Indianapolis-based Emmis' Class A stock at about $55.56 each, about 1.7% less than Friday's closing price. The purchase would make Liberty Media the No.
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January 8, 2001 | REED JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the airy new 10th-floor offices of Los Angeles magazine, the cracked and subdivided city below looks almost coherent and comprehensible. On a clear winter's day it's easy to imagine you could gather the entire metropolis in your hands and turn it like a Rubik's cube, until all the wary, far-flung parts connected.
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BUSINESS
January 25, 2000 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Walt Disney Co. sold Los Angeles magazine on Monday to Emmis Communications, an Indianapolis media company that owns local radio station KPWR-FM and publishes city and regional magazines nationwide. No price was disclosed, but sources said Emmis is paying more than $25 million for the publication, which has a monthly circulation of more than 190,000. In a conference call with analysts on Monday, Disney Chief Financial Officer Thomas Staggs said the magazine "wasn't necessarily a strategic asset."
BUSINESS
January 25, 2000 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Walt Disney Co. sold Los Angeles magazine on Monday to Emmis Communications, an Indianapolis media company that owns local radio station KPWR-FM and publishes city and regional magazines nationwide. No price was disclosed, but sources said Emmis is paying more than $25 million for the publication, which has a monthly circulation of more than 190,000. In a conference call with analysts on Monday, Disney Chief Financial Officer Thomas Staggs said the magazine "wasn't necessarily a strategic asset."
NEWS
January 8, 2001 | REED JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the airy new 10th-floor offices of Los Angeles magazine, the cracked and subdivided city below looks almost coherent and comprehensible. On a clear winter's day it's easy to imagine you could gather the entire metropolis in your hands and turn it like a Rubik's cube, until all the wary, far-flung parts connected.
BUSINESS
September 30, 2005 | From Bloomberg News
Broadcaster Emmis Communications Corp. of Indianapolis agreed to sell four television stations for $259 million and said it would invest $100 million in its chief executive's bid for the Washington Nationals baseball team. Buyout firm Blackstone Group and SJL Broadcast Group will acquire Emmis' stations in Portland, Ore.; Honolulu; and Wichita and Topeka, Kan., Emmis said.
BUSINESS
June 20, 2006 | From Bloomberg News
Emmis Communications Corp., a radio and TV broadcaster, hired investment banks Morgan Stanley and Lazard Freres & Co. to advise the company on an offer by Emmis Chief Executive Jeffrey Smulyan to take it private. Smulyan on May 8 offered to pay $15.25 a share, or $567 million. Indianapolis-based Emmis owns radio stations in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, plus Los Angeles magazine.
BUSINESS
August 5, 2006 | From Reuters
The chief executive of Emmis Communications Corp. said he had withdrawn a 3-month-old offer to take the Indianapolis-based radio and television broadcaster private because he could not reach an agreement with the board of directors. The company's shares, which soared after CEO Jeffrey Smulyan publicized his roughly $567-million offer in May, fell to $13 in extended trading, down 10% from their close of $14.52. Smulyan formed Emmis in 1980 and took it public 14 years later.
BUSINESS
May 9, 2006 | From the Associated Press
A week after losing a bid to buy the Washington Nationals baseball team, the chief executive of Emmis Communications Corp. said Monday that he would try to purchase his company in a deal valued at $567 million. If the buyout succeeds, Jeffrey H. Smulyan will take the Indianapolis-based media group into the private sector even as it struggles to regain profit from sluggish advertising sales. Smulyan, who already owns nearly 17% of the company, made a nonbinding offer of $15.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 13, 2004 | Lynn Smith
A Midwest communications company has agreed to pay $300,000 in indecency fines in a settlement with the Federal Communications Commission. As part of the settlement, Indianapolis-based Emmis Communications Corp. agreed that segments of a morning radio show, "Mancow Morning Madness," that described sex in crude and graphic terms were indecent and that it would clean up its programs.
BUSINESS
October 26, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
AT&T Corp.'s Liberty Media Group, a cable-television programming company run by John Malone, agreed to buy a 14% stake in Emmis Communications Corp. for $150 million, its first radio broadcasting investment. Liberty Media would buy 2.7 million shares of Indianapolis-based Emmis' Class A stock at about $55.56 each, about 1.7% less than Friday's closing price. The purchase would make Liberty Media the No.
BUSINESS
January 21, 2006 | From Reuters
Walt Disney Co. may pick a buyer for its ABC Radio assets within a week or two, sources close to the deal said Friday, and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and Entercom Communications Corp. may end up bidding against each other to determine a winner. The protracted sale of ABC Radio has drawn several other bidders, including radio rivals Emmis Communications Corp., Cumulus Media Inc. and Citadel Broadcasting Corp.
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