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Wed, Jan 31 2018

BRIEF-Meredith Reports Qtrly EPS $3.49

* ANNOUNCES COMPLETION OF TIME INC. ACQUISITION AND REPORTS FISCAL 2018 SECOND QUARTER AND FIRST HALF RESULTS

BRIEF-Meredith Elects Steve Lacy Executive Chairman And Tom Harty CEO

* MEREDITH BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTS STEVE LACY EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN AND TOM HARTY PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

BRIEF-Meredith Board Of Directors Raises Dividend 4.8 Pct To $2.18 Per Share

* MEREDITH BOARD OF DIRECTORS RAISES DIVIDEND 4.8 PERCENT TO $2.18 PER SHARE

BRIEF-Meredith Corp Extends Tender Offer To Acquire Time Inc

* MEREDITH CORPORATION EXTENDS TENDER OFFER TO ACQUIRE TIME INC.

BRIEF-Meredith's Acquisition Of Time Inc Receives Antitrust Clearance

* MEREDITH'S ACQUISITION OF TIME INC. RECEIVES ANTITRUST CLEARANCE

BRIEF-Meredith Corporation Extends Tender Offer To Acquire Time Inc

* MEREDITH CORPORATION EXTENDS TENDER OFFER TO ACQUIRE TIME INC.

BRIEF-Murray River Organics Unanimously Recommends Voting Against All Meredith Group's Resolutions

* BOARD UNANIMOUSLY RECOMMENDS VOTING AGAINST ALL MEREDITH GROUP'S RESOLUTIONS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Meredith’s Time buy helps lift U.S. media lending to 11-year high

NEW YORK U.S. media group Meredith Corp’s planned purchase of Time Inc is the latest in a run of mergers that have boosted media lending to the highest point in more than a decade as the sector regroups to fight online content providers.

LPC: Meredith’s Time buy helps lift US media lending to 11-yr high

NEW YORK, Nov 29 US media group Meredith Corp’s planned purchase of Time Inc is the latest in a run of mergers that have boosted media lending to the highest point in more than a decade as the sector regroups to fight online content providers.

Breakingviews - Slim chance of Kochs taking over Meredith media

NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - Despite some media pundits’ suspicions to the contrary, David and Charles Koch may be cooking up nothing more than a decent investment in publisher Meredith. Through Koch Industries’ private-equity arm, the Republican-leaning activist U.S. billionaires are sinking $650 million into Meredith to help it buy Time Inc for $2.8 billion including debt. The Kochs get preferred shares, but no votes or board seats. Like Carlos Slim’s loan to the New York Times, the pote

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