Entravision Communications Corporation Class A
(NYSE : EVC)

( )
EVC After-Hours: () as of PM
Volume Open Day's Low Day's High 52 Wk Low 52 Wk High Bid Ask EPS PE Ratio Shares Market Cap Dividend Ex-Div Date Yield
Are you a Dividend Trader
Learn how to make passive income from the best dividend stocks.
100% secure: your email is never shared, and you may opt out at any time.
Loading EVC News...
...
Consumer Services » Broadcasting
symbolcompany%chnglast%shortavg$volume
SIRISirius XM Holdings, Inc.
0.66%4.605.8%$104.72m
TVGrupo Televisa, S.A.B. Sponsored ADR
0.60%20.111.4%$67.95m
SNIScripps Networks Interactive, Inc. Class A
0.43%75.347.8%$60.27m
NXSTNexstar Broadcasting Group Inc Class A
2.29%62.6531.0%$43.66m
SBGISinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. Class A
1.79%31.356.8%$25.86m
LYVLive Nation Entertainment, Inc.
-0.54%27.512.5%$16.41m
GTNGray Television, Inc.
2.99%10.356.0%$8.45m
SSPE. W. Scripps Company Class A
-0.87%18.2210.1%$7.51m
EVCEntravision Communications Corporation Class A
-5.36%5.301.1%$1.68m
ETMEntercom Communications Corp. Class A
1.39%14.601.8%$1.26m
HMTVHemisphere Media Group, Inc. Class A
-0.43%11.501.6%$1.08m
TSQTownsquare Media, Inc. Class A
2.42%10.170.4%$0.56m
CETVCentral European Media Enterprises Ltd. Class A
4.00%2.604.8%$0.47m
FENGPhoenix New Media Ltd. Sponsored ADR Class A
-1.79%3.300.2%$0.36m
SGASaga Communications, Inc. Class A
1.01%50.001.4%$0.35m

Company Profile

Entravision Communications Corp. operates as a diversified Spanish-language media company. It utilizes a combination of television and radio operations to reach Hispanic consumers in the United States, as well as the border markets of Mexico. The company operates through two segments: Television Broadcasting and Radio Broadcasting. The Television Broadcasting segment owns and/or operates Univision-affiliated television stations in the United States. It offers an entertainment magazine, a news magazine, and national news, as well as local news produced by its television stations; airs novelas, various shows, talk shows, news magazines and reality shows, as well as specials; and children's programming, such as sports, reality, comedy shows and movies. The Radio Broadcasting segment owns and operates radio stations located in the Hispanic markets in the United States. It combines network and local programming with local time slots available for advertising, news, traffic, weather, promotions and community events. The company was founded by Walter F. Ulloa and Philip C. Wilkinson in January 1996 and is headquartered in Santa Monica, CA.