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A Tough Last Thursday For iHeart, Beasley.

It was a difficult trading session for iHeartMedia , as its shares sank nearly immediately after the Opening Bell and finished down 10 cents, to $1.11. Why? It could be a Dec. 21 report from S&P Global Ratings that calls iHeart's capital structure "unsustainable," the Tampa Bay Business Journal reports.

Meanwhile, Beasley Broadcast Group slid 75 cents, to $5.85. Volume was roughly 7.5 times higher than average.

Why? It's unclear.

However, BBGI shares on Wednesday began trading ex-dividend. A cash dividend payment of $0.045 per share is scheduled to be paid on Jan. 06, 2017, and shareholders who purchased BBGI prior to the ex-dividend date are eligible for the cash dividend payment. This marks the 13th quarter that BBGI has paid the same dividend.

The RBR Radio Index fell 13.099, or 2.17%, to 589.636.

The TVBR Television Index rose 1.737, or 0.18%, to 983.007.

Gainers

Radio One, up 1.7%

Gray, up 0.9%

Entravision, up 0.7%

Decliners

Beasley, down 11.4%

iHeart, down 8.3%

Salem, down 1.6%

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