Thursday, January 26, 2012

Gannett Conference Call on Monday

Gannett Co., Inc., largest contributor to the Monroe County Democratic Party through in-kind services by its subsidiary, the Democrat and Chronicle, will hold its quarterly conference call to discuss earnings results next Monday, January 30 at 10:00 a.m..

Dial 1-800-967-7138 at least 10 minutes prior to the scheduled 10:00 a.m. start of the call.   Use confirmation code 9051644.

Or go to the company's website and use the webcast link.

You should call in, or link to the webcast, at least 10 minutes before the call start.

Unless you're on their list of financial analysts, call-in is listen-only.

The company will release its fourth-quarter 2011 financial results before the call.

A recording of the call will be available for two weeks, starting about two hours after the live session.   Dial 1-888-203-1112.   Confirmation code for replay is 9051644.   Or listen at the “Investor Relations” page at

Can Gannett, "never a standout in journalism performance," be a standout in financial performance?   Call in Monday and find out.


MrMcClellan said...

Although I totally agree with your suggestion that the D&C's editorial and content policies are biased, I'm not sure I see the connection to Gannett's earnings or stock performance. Newspaper industry woes are by no means unique to Gannett. I'm a fan of the LA Times (not a Gannett newspaper) and, with the Internet, that newspaper is a shadow of its former self.

On the subject of the D&C, I noticed an online article posted this afternoon by David Andreatta. He discussed, in great detail, matters that were apparently the subject of an executive session of the Monroe County Legislature.

Isn't confidentiality the purpose of executive session? Couldn't the release of this information prejudice ongoing settlement negotiations? How did Reporter Andreatta obtain this information? Am I missing something? Are there any attorneys or governmental law experts out there who could help me understand this?

That's a lot of questions, so I'll sign off for now.

MrMcClellan said...

Here is yet another example of D&C bias: