THE NEW YORK TIMES DECLARES REGULAR QUARTERLY DIVIDEND
THE NEW YORK TIMES DECLARES REGULAR QUARTERLY DIVIDEND NEW YORK, Feb. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The New York Times Company
(AMEX: NYT.A) today declared a regular quarterly dividend of $.14 per share on its Class A and Class B common stock. The dividend is payable on March 25, 1992, to shareholders of record on March 4, 1992.
This is the 93rd consecutive quarterly dividend paid on the company's common stock since its Class A shares were admitted to trading on the American Stock Exchange in 1969. A regular quarterly dividend of $1.375 per share on the 5-1/2 percent cumulative prior preference stock was also declared, payable on April 1, 1992, to shareholders of record on March 4, 1992. The New York Times Company is a $1.7 billion communications company with four lines of business: newspapers, magazines, broadcasting/information services and forest products. In addition to The New York Times, the company publishes 32 regional newspapers; owns a one-half interest in the International Herald Tribune; publishes 17 magazines, including McCall's, Family Circle and Golf Digest; operates five television stations, two radio stations, a news service and other information services; and has interests in two newsprint mills and one supercalendered paper mill. The company's Class A shares are traded under the symbol NYT.A. -0- 2/20/92 /CONTACT: Nancy Nielsen of The New York Times, 212-556-7078/ (NYT) CO: New York Times Company ST: New York IN: PUB SU: DIV SH -- NY027 -- 0854 02/20/92 10:40 EST
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|Date:||Feb 20, 1992|
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