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Good day and welcome to the New York Times third quarter 2007 earnings conference call. ( Instructions) For opening remarks and introductions, I would like to turn the conference over to Ms. Catherine Mathis. Please go ahead, Madam.Thank you and good morning, everyone. Welcome to our third quarter earnings conference call. We have several members of our senior management team here today to discuss our results with you, and they include: Janet Robinson, our President and CEO; Jim Follo, our Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; Scott Heekin Canedy, President and General Manager of The New York Times; and Martin Nisenholtz, Senior Vice President, Digital Operations.Our discussion today will include forward looking statements and our actual results may differ from those predicted. Some of the factors that may cause them to differ are included in our 2006 10 K.An archive of this call will be available on our website, as will a transcript and a version that's downloadable to an MP3 player. An audio replay will be available and the directions for it are in our press release.With that, let me turn the call over to Janet Robinson.Thank you, Catherine and good morning, everyone. Today we reported third quarter earnings per share from continuing operations of $0.10, compared with $0.06 in the same period a year ago. This year's third quarter included $0.05 per share of accelerated depreciation expense for assets at our Edison, New Jersey plant. In last year's third quarter, we had a $0.03 loss on the sale of our stake in the Discovery Times Channel. Excluding these two items, our third quarter EPS was $0.15 compared with $0.09 last year.Operating profit before depreciation and amortization grew 46.4% to $79.9 million, compared with $54.6 million in the third quarter last year. The headlines this quarter are improved national advertising, including robust growth in online advertising, gains in circulation revenues, and continued cost discipline.Before we go into detail on the quarter, I would like to stand back and take a broader view of what we've accomplished as it relates to our strategy, which includes introducing new products, both in print and online, building our innovation capability, and aggressively managing cost. I will briefly review our recent accomplishments in each of these strategic areas.The Times company has powerful and trusted brands whose relevance and superior quality draw educated and affluent audiences. It is true in print and it is true online. As you have heard us say in the past, we are focused in introducing new products and services across platforms that preserve and enhance our brands and add to revenues.On the print side, we introduced several new ad formats, such as the Spadia, a wraparound ad that NBC used to debut its Fall lineup.New print publications at the Globe, such as Fashion Boston and Design New England, added to revenues during the quarter. We also introduced new e mail products in movies, books, and real estate, and added several new areas of original web content.Our second strategic focus is to build a vibrant, long term innovation capability that enables us to anticipate consumer preferences and create ways to satisfy them. One area that consumers are increasingly turning to for news and information is mobile.Our research and development group is working with all of our operating units to develop new mobile applications. Readers and advertisers have embraced this new application with many of the major real estate firms buying listings. The Times mobile website has been experiencing enormous growth in page views, more than doubling from the beginning of July to the end of September.In addition to real estate listings in the third quarter, the Times rolled out mobile stock quotes and movie times. New mobile applications are also being launched in Boston and at the regionals.Another area of strategic focus is to increase our operational efficiency to reduce costs. This quarter, our operating costs, excluding depreciation and amortization, decreased 1.5%. As a matter of fact, for the past four quarters, we have achieved year over year cost reductions, excluding depreciation and amortization, and the effect of an extra week in the fourth quarter of last year.And as we said last quarter, we expect to reduce our year end '07 cost base by about $230 million in 2008 and 2009, excluding the effects of inflation and certain one time costs. About $130 million of these savings are expected in 2008. This is an important part of our ongoing efforts to manage the business to match the changing dynamics in our market.Turning now to the details of the quarter, ad revenues at the news media group decreased 1.4%. Real estate advertising, our largest classified category, continued to be affected by the nationwide slowdown in the housing market. Excluding the real estate category, ad revenues increased 1.4%.At the Times media group, ad revenues increased 3.7% in the quarter, led by growth in national advertising. September, as you saw from our revenue release, was particularly strong. National print categories that performed well in the quarter included: studio entertainment, which benefited from the success of the Fall film preview and from the strong performance of a number of films, particularly in September; international fashion, driven by continued strength throughout the quarter and by the T women's fashion issue, which had the largest number of advertising pages of any New York Times magazine since 1984; and corporate, which saw increases from a variety of advertisers, namely in the energy and industrial materials sectors.The main national print categories where we saw declines were: telecommunications, which was down as wireless carriers reduced spending; technology products, which decreased mainly due to multi page campaigns from last year that did not repeat in the third quarter; and national automotive, down mainly because of less advertising from domestic automakers as they restructure their business and rethink their marketing plans.Classified advertising decreased in all three major categories real estate, automotive, and recruitment. 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Third quarter advertising revenues decreased 5.7% due to softness in the classified and retail categories. Ad revenues in the national category continued to improve in the third quarter. Strong national categories were banking, which benefited from increased competition in the Boston marketplace, studio entertainment, hospitals and healthcare, and telecommunications. Soft categories were national automotive and travel.
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