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- Liberty Media (NASDAQ:LMCA) is down 0.5% after hours as its Q3 earnings saw revenue of $1.28B that beat expectations, and adjusted OIBDA that rose $81M, to $473M.
- Once again, the results were dominated by those of Sirius XM -- Liberty holds an increased stake of 60.7% of Sirius XM, with a stake that is 90% of Liberty Media's market cap -- though total revenue featured $315M in other revenues aside from subscriber revenues of $969M.
- The hedging period on its forward purchase of Live Nation shares is complete; when settled, its stake in Live Nation (NYSE:LYV) increases to 34.4%.
- From the beginning of August to the end of October, the company bought back 1M shares of its LMCK class at an average price of $36.87, for a total cost of $38.3M.
- Total debt was up $0.3B due to Sirius XM revolving borrowings. The company has $1.3B left on its repurchase authorization.
- Conference call to come at 4:30 p.m. ET.
- Press release
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- Liberty Media's (LMCA -0.4%) Q1 earnings featured a 12% gain in net income based on a 7% increase in revenue due again primarily to Sirius XM earnings -- Liberty holds 57% of Sirius XM with a stake that is 90% of Liberty's market cap -- though the company added that it also sold its position in Barnes & Noble for $27M, and sold another 1.3M Viacom shares for $86M.
- The company bought back 1.9M shares of its LMCK class at an average price of $38.28, for a total cost of $74M.
- Cash and liquid investments stood at $1.25B, up from Q4's $880M, chiefly due to cash from operations at Sirius XM. Total debt was $6.47B, primarily $5.15B in Sirius XM senior notes along with $1B in Liberty cash convertible notes.
- Conference call at 11:30 a.m. ET.
- Press Release
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- In Liberty Media's (NASDAQ:LMCA) Q4 earnings call, CEO Greg Maffei confirmed there's no plans to sell the Atlanta Braves -- despite longtime speculation that the company might unload the team after some five-year tax advantages expired a few years ago.
- The team's value is estimated at $730M; Liberty paid some $400M to acquire them in 2007.
- Liberty swapped Time Warner stock to acquire the Braves, and so realized a $300M tax savings -- a basis change that Maffei admitted would make selling the club "painful" due to taxable gains.
- Liberty Media debt decreased overall, offset somewhat by borrowings connected with plans for a new Cobb County stadium for the team.
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- In Q4 results, Liberty Media (NASDAQ:LMCA) pointed to Sirius XM's (NASDAQ:SIRI) earnings -- Liberty's stake in Sirius XM now stands at 57%, and the SIRI stake represents over 90% of Liberty's market cap -- as well as completing its spinoff of Liberty Broadband in November.
- Net income on a GAAP basis was $143.1M vs. the prior $65.2M. Adjusted EBITDA was $381.3M, beating an expected $377M and up from the prior year's $325.6M.
- The company rebought 489K shares of LMCK class from Nov. 1 through Jan. 31, at a cost of $17M.
- Adjusted OIBDA for Q4 rose to $359M, up from the prior year's $319M. Removing depreciation and amortization, operating income rose to $206M from the prior year's $189M.
- Cash on a GAAP basis stood at $681M at year's end. Debt, primarily in Sirius XM senior notes, was at $5.85B.
- Free cash flow was $330.7M compared with the prior year's $303.2M.
- Press release
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