Journal parent narrows loss in 2010 2Q as advertising revenue declines 12%

PROVIDENCE JOURNAL parent A.H. Belo Corp. noted that the decline in advertising revenue in the second quarter was the smallest year-over-year percentage decline in more than two years. /
PROVIDENCE JOURNAL parent A.H. Belo Corp. noted that the decline in advertising revenue in the second quarter was the smallest year-over-year percentage decline in more than two years. /
DALLAS – The A.H. Belo Corp., parent of the Providence Journal, reported a net loss in the second quarter of $171,000 on revenue of $121.6 million on Monday, citing continuing declines in advertising revenue. The bottom line result was an improvement on the 2009 second-quarter’s net loss of $7.1 million and included a $5.4 million…

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