EBITDA was down 1.1% to $36.7M (the best Y/Y change in EBITDA in two years).
Earnings were $3.5M, up from a year-ago $0.7M.
Digital ad revenue rose 6.1%, helped make up in part for a soft print ad environment. Subscription revenues were up 0.6% for the quarter.
Average daily newspaper circulation came to 0.8M; Sunday circulation was 1.1M.
Debt as of Sept. 24 is $548.4M after being reduced by $20.1M in the quarter and $68.8M in the fiscal year. Liquidity was $44.4M.