TEGNA Shares Outstanding 2010-2023 | TGNA

TEGNA shares outstanding from 2010 to 2023. Shares outstanding can be defined as the number of shares held by shareholders (including insiders) assuming conversion of all convertible debt, securities, warrants and options. This metric excludes the company's treasury shares.
TEGNA Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2022 224
2021 222
2020 220
2019 218
2018 217
2017 217
2016 220
2015 230
2014 232
2013 234
2012 237
2011 243
2010 242
2009 236
TEGNA Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2023-09-30 201
2023-06-30 218
2023-03-31 225
2022-12-31 224
2022-09-30 225
2022-06-30 224
2022-03-31 223
2021-12-31 222
2021-09-30 223
2021-06-30 223
2021-03-31 221
2020-12-31 220
2020-09-30 220
2020-06-30 219
2020-03-31 219
2019-12-31 218
2019-09-30 218
2019-06-30 218
2019-03-31 217
2018-12-31 217
2018-09-30 216
2018-06-30 217
2018-03-31 217
2017-12-31 217
2017-09-30 218
2017-06-30 218
2017-03-31 218
2016-12-31 220
2016-09-30 218
2016-06-30 220
2016-03-31 223
2015-12-31 225
2015-09-30 230
2015-06-30 232
2015-03-31 232
2014-12-31 231
2014-09-30 232
2014-06-30 232
2014-03-31 232
2013-12-31 233
2013-09-30 234
2013-06-30 235
2013-03-31 235
2012-12-31 237
2012-09-30 236
2012-06-30 237
2012-03-31 240
2011-12-31 243
2011-09-30 243
2011-06-30 244
2011-03-31 243
2010-12-31 242
2010-09-30 242
2010-06-30 242
2010-03-31 241
2009-12-31 236
2009-09-30 239
2009-06-30 235
2009-03-31 231
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Broadcasting - Radio & TV $2.884B $3.279B
TEGNA is a media company which consists of 47 television stations operating in 39 markets offering high-quality television programming and digital content. The primary sources of their revenues are: 1) advertising & marketing services revenues, which include local and national non-political advertising, digital marketing services (including Premion), and advertising on the stations? websites and tablet and mobile products; 2) political advertising revenues, which are driven by even year election cycles at the local and national level and particularly in the second half of those years; 3) subscription revenues, reflecting fees paid by satellite, cable, OTT (companies that deliver video content to consumers over the Internet) and telecommunications providers to carry their television signals on their systems; and 4) other services, such as production of programming from third parties and production of advertising material.
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