As Reported Financials

Document Name As Of Date Currency Code (in thousands) 2016 Y 10-K 12/31/2016 USD 2017 Y 10-K 12/31/2017 USD 2018 Y 10-K 12/31/2018 USD 2019 Y 10-K 12/31/2019 USD 2020 Q3 YTD 10-Q 9/30/2020 USD
Document Name As Of Date Currency Code 2016 Y 10-K 12/31/2016 USD 2017 Y 10-K 12/31/2017 USD 2018 Y 10-K 12/31/2018 USD 2019 Y 10-K 12/31/2019 USD 2020 Q3 YTD 10-Q 9/30/2020 USD

Cash flows from operating activities

Net cash provided by operating activities

Cash flows from investing activities

Acquisition of property and equipment
Acquisition of broadcast properties
Proceeds from sale and disposal of assets
Net income NA
Income from discontinued operations NA
Depreciation and amortization NA
Deferred income taxes NA
Impairment of intangible assets NA
Amortization of deferred costs NA
Compensation expense related to restricted stock awards NA
Loss on sale of assets NA
Proceeds from insurance claims
Barter revenue, net NA
Deferred and other compensation NA

Changes in assets and liabilities

Increase in receivables and prepaid expenses NA
Increase in accounts payable, accrued expenses, and other liabilities NA
Other investing activities
Net cash used in investing activities NA
Net cash received provided by discontinued operations investing activities NA
Net cash (used in) received from investing activities NA
Total adjustments NA
Net cash provided by continuing operating activities NA
Net cash provided by (used in) investing activities

Cash flows from financing activities

Cash dividends paid
Payments for debt issuance costs NA
Payments on long-term debt
Purchase of treasury shares
Net cash used in financing activities
Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents
Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of period
Cash and cash equivalents, end of period
Data shown on this page is extracted directly from the company’s documents. S&P makes every effort to line up fields, captions and headers that represent the same data over time, despite variations in how the company may report these items in different documents. In certain instances the variation in the company’s presentation over time may be too significant, potentially resulting in repeating and/or disordered items. Despite possible issues with the presentation, S&P, as always, stands by its commitment to the quality of the data.