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 Mike Kupinski - “In terms of cash flow (the quarter) was a good quarter, but in terms of revenues, it was a little lighter than what we were looking for.”
 Michael Kupinski - “Hold. While likely to grow faster than its peers, we forecast a deceleration in revenue growth.”
 Mike Kupinski - “A high sale price could support public market valuations and potentially signal further industry consolidation. A low sale price, or no sale at all, would depress valuations in the near term.”
 Michael Kupinski - “We have met with a number of the FCC commissioners and they've indicated that this deal should go through, so I don't think there is going to be a holdup from the FCC.”
 Michael Kupinski - “He has experience running a media conglomerate, and that carries a lot of weight.”
 Mike Kupinski - “If a deal were not to occur, we believe that the company would consider a recap that may include a significant share repurchase.”
 Mike Kupinski - “We think the company is positioned to show some decent growth as we cycle into 2006. The 2006 figure is pure Comcast growth. We believe the cable platform is scalable and cost efficient. We feel that it's incremental for cable companies to get into the phone business, and we don't think it works the same way with the telephone companies.”
 Mike Kupinski - “We think the company is positioned to show some decent growth as we cycle into 2006, ... The 2006 figure is pure Comcast growth. We believe the cable platform is scalable and cost efficient. We feel that it's incremental for cable companies to get into the phone business, and we don't think it works the same way with the telephone companies.”
 Mike Kupinski - “It probably could move earnings a penny, just the fact that they are in the playoffs. But that's fractional. We view it as a modest benefit that could help the company overcome softness in other areas.”
 Michael Kupinski - “I think the stocks are moving higher on two fronts. One is obviously an anticipation of some sort of announcement from the FCC. Secondly, I think it's broadly in response to the Fed rate cut, as it relates to advertising and the improving economic picture in the second half of this year.”
 Michael Kupinski - “We're talking about help wanted, real estate and automobile advertising. They've developed zoned advertising, the addition of color so they can retain their retail advertisers, as well as the addition of special sections. All of these factors have been very advantageous to them to develop advertising and also to retain advertisers and charge higher prices.”
 Michael Kupinski - “We think the revenues were in line or perhaps a little better than the Street, which is attributable to the deceleration of declines in radio revenue and improving outdoor advertising revenues.”