Investor FAQ

Overview | Frequently Asked Questions
Company name: Journal Communications
Primary address: 333 W. State St.
Milwaukee, WI 53203-1309
Mailing address: P.O. Box 661
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0661
Telephone: 414-224-2633
Fax: 414-224-2469
Web site:
Founded: 1882
NYSE trading symbol: JRN
Number of employees: 2,600
Business segments: Publishing, consisting of a daily newspaper, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and a number of community newspapers and shoppers in Wisconsin.

Broadcasting, with 35 radio stations and 15 television stations owned and operated in 12 states and an additional television station operated under a local marketing agreement.

States with operations: 12
(Arizona, California, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Wisconsin)
Investor relations contact: Angela Lois
Director, Financial Planning & Investor Relations
Overview | Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What is Journal Communications ticker symbol?

Q:Where is the stock traded?
A:Class A shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Class B and class C shares are not publicly traded.

Q:Who is Journal Communications’ transfer agent for class A shares?
A:American Stock Transfer & Trust Company
59 Maiden Lane
Plaza Level
New York, NY 10038

Q:Who is Journal Communications’ transfer agent for class B shares?
A:American Stock Transfer & Trust Company
PA 1328
123 S. Broad St., 11th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19109-1199
Attn: Journal Communications

Q:Can I buy shares of stock directly from the company?
A:No. Contact a broker.

Q:What is the company’s CUSIP number?
A:The company’s CUSIP number for class A shares is 481130102.

Q:What is the company’s history of employee-ownership?
A:Journal Communications has had an employee-ownership plan since 1937, longer than any other company in the United States.

Q:What does employee-ownership mean to outside investors?
A:We believe that it is important for our employees to continue to have a significant investment in us so that they will be motivated to strive for our continued success and share in our potential rewards.

Q:When did Journal Communications go public?
A:September 2003.

Q:Who were the managing underwriters?
A:Morgan Stanley and Robert W. Baird & Co.

Q:What is the company’s fiscal year?
A:The company’s fiscal year ends on the last Sunday in December.