Gray Television has a high-quality station portfolio that reaches 24 percent of U.S. television households, ranging from large markets such as Tampa-Sarasota, Cleveland, and Charlotte, to some of the smallest markets like Ottumwa, Fairbanks, and North Platte.
|Date/Time||Jul 1 2022 4:00PM|
|Change (%)||0.69 (4.09%)|
|52 Week High||25.24|
|52 Week Low||16.25|
Gray Television, Inc. announced today that Brad Moses will become the General Manager of WTVG-TV (ABC) in Toledo, Ohio, on July 25th. Brad is a native of the Toledo area and is returning to his broadcast roots with...
Gray Television, Inc. announced that veteran broadcaster Chris Fedele became the General Manager of WPTA-TV (ABC/NBC) and WISE-TV (CW) in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, on June 1st. Mr. Fedele, a native of Northeast Indiana, returns home with...
Gray Television, Inc. has entered into a long-term agreement with NBCUniversal Media, LLC (“NBCU”)...
Gray Television, Inc. announced today that the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) awarded a combined 69 regional Edward R. Murrow awards for excellence in journalism to 31 of Gray’s local stations, led by 11 separate...
Gray Television, Inc., announced the addition of Investigative Reporter Joce Sterman and Consumer Investigative Reporter Caresse Jackman to its award-winning team....
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Gray Television is a group of innovators and thought leaders in our industry. Business leaders in our local economies and servant leaders in our communities. Our leadership team featured here provides the support and vision that empowers each member of our company to grow, thrive and deliver positive impact to those around us.
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Where are Gray's shares traded and what are Gray's stock ticker symbols?
Gray's Common Stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the Symbol GTN. Gray's Class A Common Stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol GTN.A
What are the differences between the Company's Common Stock and Class A Common Stock?
Gray's Common Stock and Class A Common Stock are equal in all respects with regards to dividends and liquidation preferences. The only distinction between these two classes of common stock is voting rights. Holders of Common Stock are entitled to 1 vote per share, while holders of Class A Common Stock are entitled to 10 votes per share. In the event of liquidation, the holders of Common Stock and Class A Common Stock share with each other on a ratable basis as a single class in the net assets of the Company. While the disproportionate voting rights of the Common Stock relative to the Class A Common Stock may make the Company a less attractive target for a takeover bid, the Common Stock has certain rights that are intended to help reduce or eliminate any disparity in the prices at which the two classes of Common Stock might trade and to give holders of the Common Stock the opportunity to participate in any premium that might be paid for 100% of the Class A Common Stock.