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Small-Cap Media Stocks

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List of Small-Cap Media Stocks Listed on U.S. Exchanges

This list includes small-sized media and broadcasting companies with a market capitalization between 300 million and two billion dollars. We update this page at the start of every month so it is possible that a stock’s market cap might fall below 300 million dollars or go above two billion dollars between updates. Additional small-sized media and broadcasting companies can be found in the following sections:

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In parentheses you will find a short description or areas of focus for the company. A comparison widget that shows trend, earnings per share (EPS), P/E ratio and beta for each of the companies on this list can be accessed through the link below.

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Cable and Satellite

WideOpenWest, Inc. (WOW) (IPO May 25, 2017; cable and broadband provider)

Diversified Media

E W Scripps Company (The) (SSP) (Radio and television stations)

Entravision Communications Corporation (EVC) (Spanish-language TV and radio stations)

Newspapers and Magazines

Gannett Co., Inc. (GCI) (USA TODAY)

New Media Investment Group Inc. (NEWM) (Community Publications)

tronc, Inc. (TRNC) (Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Orlando Sentinel and The Baltimore Sun)


Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. (BBGI) (Diverse range of formats)

Entercom Communications Corporation (ETM) (Broad range of content)

TV Broadcasting

Central European Media Enterprises Ltd. (CETV) (Television stations: Operates in Central and Eastern Europe)

Gray Television, Inc. (GTN) (Television stations)

Hemisphere Media Group, Inc. (HMTV) (Hispanic TV/Cable Networks)

TV and Cable Networks

MSG Networks Inc. (MSGN) (Sports and entertainment networks)

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