Lee Enterprises

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2019 was a "mixed" year for Lee Enterprises, owner of the Quad City Times and Dispatch-Argus. This week the company which is based in Davenport reported total revenue fell during the fiscal year that ended in September, but revenue and traffic rose for its digital services.

Earnings and revenue fell for Lee Enterprises in the third quarter. Friday the media company based in Davenport and owner of the Quad City Times, reported net income during April, May, and June of 4.8 million dollars - down from 6.3 million a year ago.

One of the world's largest corporations is handing over control of its newspapers to a publisher based in the Quad Cities.

Revenue and profits fell for Lee Enterprises during the second quarter. Thursday the newspaper company based in Davenport which owns the Quad City Times and Argus and Dispatch, reported earnings of 2.5 million dollars, or 4 cents per diluted share.

Despite growing revenue from digital services, earnings fell for Lee Enterprises. Wednesday the media company based in Davenport reported financial results for the fiscal year that ended in September. 

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Profits rose slightly for Lee Enterprises during the first quarter of its fiscal year. Thursday the provider of local news and advertising based in Davenport, and owner of the Quad City Times, reported earnings of 12.4 million dollars in the quarter ending in December.

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