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News Corp Segments

News and Information Services
   64.05 % of total Revenue
Cable Network Programming
   6.16 % of total Revenue
Digital Real Estate Services
   9.48 % of total Revenue
Book Publishing
   20.31 % of total Revenue
   5.11 % of total Revenue
   43.69 % of total Revenue
Circulation and Subscription
   31.73 % of total Revenue
   19.46 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
I. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
I. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
News and Information Services
1,290.00 64.05 % 83.00 6.43 %
Cable Network Programming
124.00 6.16 % 28.00 22.58 %
Digital Real Estate Services
191.00 9.48 % 57.00 29.84 %
Book Publishing
409.00 20.31 % 42.00 10.27 %
103.00 5.11 % 0.00 -
880.00 43.69 % 0.00 -
Circulation and Subscription
639.00 31.73 % 0.00 -
392.00 19.46 % 0.00 -
2,014.00 100 % 210.00 10.43 %

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Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
I. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
I. Quarter
Q/Q Income
News and Information Services
-11.1 % -8.12 % -20.95 % -50.89 %
Cable Network Programming
-10.79 % -6.77 % -12.5 % 27.27 %
Digital Real Estate Services
70.54 % 1.06 % 0 % 26.67 %
Book Publishing
0.74 % 4.87 % -23.64 % 27.27 %
-34.39 % -21.97 % - -
-4.35 % -9.56 % - -
Circulation and Subscription
-6.44 % -3.91 % - -
0.51 % 5.66 % - -
-6.33 % -5.89 % -6.67 % -14.29 %

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Business Segments Description

News and Information Services
The Company’s News and Information Services segment consists of Dow Jones, News Corp Australia (which includes News Limited and its subsidiaries), News UK (formerly known as News International), the New York Post and News America Marketing. This segment also includes Storyful Limited (“Storyful”), a social media news agency that was acquired by the Company in December 2013 and complements the existing video capabilities in this segment. The News and Information Services segment generates revenue primarily through print and digital advertising sales and through circulation and subscriptions to its print and digital products. Advertising revenues at the News and Information Services segment are subject to seasonality, with revenues typically being highest in the Company’s second fiscal quarter due to the end-of-year holiday season in its main operating geographies.

Dow Jones
Dow Jones is a global provider of news and business information, which distributes its content and data through a variety of media channels including newspapers, newswires, websites, applications for mobile devices and tablets, electronic readers, newsletters, magazines, proprietary databases, conferences, radio and video. Dow Jones’s products, which target individual consumer and enterprise customers, include The Wall Street Journal, Factiva, Dow Jones Risk & Compliance, Dow Jones Newswires, Barron’s, MarketWatch, Dow Jones Private Markets and DJX. Dow Jones’s revenue is diversified across business-to-consumer and business-to-business subscriptions, circulation, advertising and licensing fees for its print and digital products.

Through its premier brands and authoritative journalism, Dow Jones’s products targeting individual consumers provide insights, research and understanding that enable customers to stay informed and make educated financial decisions. With a focus on the financial markets, investing and other professional services, many of these products offer advertisers an attractive customer demographic. Products targeting consumers include the following:

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ). The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones’s flagship product, is available in print, online and across multiple mobile, tablet and electronic reader devices. WSJ covers national and international news and provides analysis, commentary and opinions on a wide range of topics, including business developments and trends, economics, financial markets, investing, science and technology, lifestyle, culture and sports. The Wall Street Journal had a total average paid print and digital circulation of 2,294,093 Monday to Friday (2,321,996 Weekend) based on Alliance for Audited Media (“AAM”) data, and is the leading paid circulation daily newspaper in the U.S. WSJ is printed at plants located around the U.S., including eight owned by the Company. WSJ sells regional advertising in three major U.S. regional editions (Eastern, Central and Western) and 21 smaller sub-regional editions. WSJ.com, which offers both free and premium content, averaged over 70 million according to Adobe Omniture, and includes local language content in Chinese, Japanese, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Bahasa, Turkish and Korean. Print and digital products under the WSJ brand include:

Print: The Wall Street Journal (including its Asia and Europe editions), The Wall Street Journal Sunday, WSJ.Magazine and WSJ.Money magazine.
Digital: WSJ.com (includes Risk & Compliance Journal, CIO Journal, CFO Journal and CMO Journal) and WSJ.com international sites: Asia.WSJ.com, Europe.WSJ.com, WSJ.de (Germany), cn.WSJ.com (China), jp.WSJ.com (Japan), kr.wsj.com (Korea), indo.wsj.com (Indonesia), india.wsj.com, wsj.com.tr (Turkey) and Latin American and Brazil local language content available through WSJ.com. Dow Jones introduced WSJ.D, WSJ’s new home for technology news, analysis, commentary, daily buzz and consumer product reviews.
WSJ Video: WSJ video provides live and on-demand news online through WSJ.com and other platforms, including YouTube, Internet-connected TV and set-top boxes.

Barron’s. Barron’s, which is available in print, online and on multiple mobile, tablet and electronic reader devices, delivers news, analysis, investigative reporting, company profiles and insightful statistics for investors and others interested in the investment world. Print and digital products under the Barron’s brand include:

Print: Barron’s (weekly magazine with an average paid weekly circulation of 302,155 based on AAM data).
Digital: Barrons.com (offers both free and premium content providing in-depth analysis and commentary on the markets, updated every business day, along with alerts and tools) and Barron’s tablet applications (paid applications which substantially replicate the website). Barrons.com had over 190,000 paid subscribers on average based on internal sources.

Marketwatch.com. Marketwatch.com is an investing and financial news website targeting active investors. It also provides real-time commentary and investment tools and data. Products include mobile and tablet applications, a mobile site, MarketWatch Premium Newsletter (paid newsletter on a variety of investing topics), Big Charts (free investment charting website) and Virtual Stock Exchange (free stock simulation game through the website). Marketwatch.com averaged more than 41 million visits per month according to Adobe Omniture.

The Wall Street Journal Digital Network (WSJDN). WSJDN offers advertisers the opportunity to reach Dow Jones’s audience across a number of brands and digital platforms, including the WSJ.com, Barrons.com and Marketwatch.com websites and mobile applications and related services. WSJDN had more than 1.3 million paid subscribers on average and, during that same period, averaged more than 133 million visits per month, with more than 500 million page views per month, according to Adobe Omniture.

These products include the following:

Factiva. Factiva is a leading provider of global business content, built on an archive of important, original publishing sources. This combination of business news and information, plus sophisticated tools, helps professionals find, monitor, interpret and share essential information. There were approximately 1.1 million activated Factiva users, including both institutional and individual accounts. Many of the institutional accounts have multiple individual users. Factiva offers content from over 32,000 global news and information sources from nearly 200 countries and in 28 languages. Thousands of Factiva’s sources are not available for free on the Internet and more than 4,000 sources make information available via Factiva on or before the date of publication by the source. Factiva leverages complex metadata extraction and text-mining to help its customers build precise searches and alerts to access and monitor this data.

Risk & Compliance. Dow Jones Risk & Compliance products provide data solutions for customers focused on anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, monitoring embargo and sanction lists and other compliance requirements. Dow Jones’s solutions allow customers to filter their business transactions against its data to identify regulatory, corporate and reputational risk, and request follow-up due diligence reports. Products include online risk data and negative news searching tools such as Risk Database Search/Research/Premium and the Risk & Compliance Portal for batch screening. Feed services include Dow Jones Watchlist, Dow Jones Anti-Corruption, Dow Jones Sanction Alert and Adverse Media Entities. In addition, Dow Jones produces customized Due Diligence Reports to assist its clients with regulatory compliance.

Dow Jones Newswires. Dow Jones Newswires distributes real-time business news, information, analysis, commentary and statistical data to financial professionals and investors worldwide. It publishes, on average, over 16,000 news items in 13 languages each day, which are distributed via terminals, trading platforms and websites reaching hundreds of thousands of financial professionals. This content also reaches millions of individual investors via customer portals and the intranets of brokerage and trading firms, as well as digital media publishers.

Private Markets. Dow Jones Private Markets products provide news and deal data on venture capital and private equity- backed private companies and their investors to help venture capital and private equity professionals, financial services professionals and other service providers identify deal and partnership opportunities, perform due diligence and examine trends in venture capital and private equity investment, fund-raising and liquidity. Products include VentureSource, LP Source, VentureWire, Private Equity Analyst, LBO Wire, Private Equity News, Daily Bankruptcy Review (“DBR”), DBR Small Cap and DBR High Yield.

DJX. DJX is comprised of a bundle of underlying products, including Factiva, Dow Jones Newswires, certain Private Markets products, including Venture Source and LP Source, certain Risk & Compliance products, WSJ.com and Barrons.com.

News Corp Australia
News Corp Australia is one of the leading news and information providers in Australia by readership and circulation, owning over 120 newspapers covering a national, regional and suburban footprint. Sunday, weekly and bi-weekly newspapers accounted for more than 59% of the total circulation of newspapers in Australia, its Sunday newspaper network was read by approximately 4.7 million Australians on average every week. In addition, its digital mastheads and other websites are among the leading digital news properties in Australia based on monthly unique audience data. News Corp Australia’s news portfolio includes:

The Australian and The Weekend Australian (National). The Australian is published Monday through Friday, and The Weekend Australian is published on Saturday. Based on Audit Bureau of Circulations (“ABC”) data, average daily paid print circulation was approximately 114,000 for The Australian and 246,000 for The Weekend Australian. In addition, The Australian and The Weekend Australian had a total unduplicated print and digital audience of over 3.2 million for the month of March 2014 based on average monthly Enhanced Media Metrics Australia (“EMMA”) combined print, mobile and tablet audience data for the year ended March 31, 2014 and total unique website audience in March 2014 according to Nielsen monthly total audience ratings. The Company believes EMMA data, which incorporates more frequent sampling and combines both online and print usage into a single metric, more accurately and comprehensively reflects consumption of its publications.

The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney). The Daily Telegraph is published Monday through Saturday. Based on ABC data, average daily paid print circulation was approximately 291,000 for The Daily Telegraph and 523,000 for The Sunday Telegraph.

Herald Sun and Sunday Herald Sun (Melbourne). Herald Sun is published Monday through Saturday. Based on ABC data, average daily paid print circulation was approximately 398,000 for Herald Sun and 465,000 for Sunday Herald Sun. In addition, Herald Sun and Sunday Herald Sun had a total unduplicated print and digital audience of almost 4.2 million based on average monthly.

The Courier Mail and The Sunday Mail (Brisbane). The Courier Mail is published Monday through Saturday. Based on ABC data, average daily paid print circulation was approximately 177,000 for The Courier Mail and 406,000 for The Sunday Mail. In addition.

The Advertiser and Sunday Mail (Adelaide). The Advertiser is published Monday through Saturday. Based on ABC data, average daily paid print circulation was approximately 159,000 for The Advertiser and 239,000 for Sunday Mail. In addition, The Advertiser and Sunday Mail had a total unduplicated print and digital audience of 1.7 million based on average monthly EMMA combined print.

A large number of community newspapers in all major capital cities, as well as leading regional publications in Cairns, Gold Coast, Townsville and Geelong and in the other capital cities of Perth, Hobart and Darwin.

News Corp Australia has launched paid-for digital platforms for Herald Sun, Sunday Herald Sun, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, The Courier Mail, The Sunday Mail, The Advertiser and Sunday Mail.

News Corp Australia’s broad portfolio of digital properties also includes news.com.au, a leading general interest site in Australia that provides breaking news, finance, entertainment, lifestyle, technology and sports news and delivers an average monthly unique audience of approximately 3.2 million based on Nielsen monthly total audience ratings. In addition, News Corp Australia owns other premier properties such as taste.com.au, a leading food and recipe site, and kidspot.com.au, a leading parenting website, as well as various other digital media assets, including a 50% stake in CareerOne.com.au (a joint venture with
Monster.com), a 50% stake in carsguide.com.au (a joint venture with a consortium of leading car dealers), an 89.5% stake in FOX SPORTS Pulse (which supplies a scheduling tool for sports organizations), and 100% of Business Spectator and Eureka Report (online business and investment news and commentary services).

News UK
News UK publishes The Sun, The Sun on Sunday, The Times and The Sunday Times, which are leading newspapers in the U.K. Sales of these four titles accounted for approximately one-third of all national newspaper sales in the U.K. News UK’s newspapers (except some Saturday and Sunday supplements) are printed at News UK’s world-class printing facilities in England, Scotland and Ireland. In addition to revenue from the sale of advertising, circulation and subscriptions to its print and digital products, News UK generates revenue by providing third party printing services through these facilities and is one of the largest contract printers in the U.K. News UK also distributes content through its digital platforms, including its websites, thesun.co.uk, thetimes.co.uk and thesundaytimes.co.uk, as well as mobile and tablet applications. News UK continues to enhance its online and mobile offerings, including through its recent acquisition of the rights to show English Premiership Rugby Union, English Cricket, Gaelic Athletic Association games and UEFA Champions League match clips across its digital platforms. News UK’s portfolio includes:

The Sun. Published Monday through Saturday and on Sunday since February 2012. Based on National Readership Survey data, The Sun is the most read national newspaper in the U.K., with an average issue readership of approximately 5,453,000 Monday through Saturday for The Sun and 4,828,000 for The Sun on Sunday. Average daily paid print circulation based on ABC data was approximately 2,083,000 for The Sun and 1,703,000 for The Sun on Sunday.

News UK launched The Sun’s new digital bundle, which delivers exclusive digital entertainment, including Barclay’s Premier League match clips and Sun+ perks, a collection of perks, downloads, offers and competitions. The Sun is the first tabloid newspaper to be fully paid-for across every platform.

The Times. Published Monday through Saturday with an average issue readership of approximately 1,116,000 based on National Readership Survey data. Average daily paid print circulation based on ABC data was approximately 391,000. The Times had approximately 162,000 paid print subscribers and 156,000 paid digital subscribers based on internal sources. News UK also publishes The Times Literary Supplement, a weekly literary review.

The Sunday Times. Leading broadsheet Sunday newspaper in the U.K. with an average issue readership of approximately 2,249,000 based on National Readership Survey data. Average daily paid print circulation based on ABC data was approximately 829,000. The Sunday Times had approximately 207,000 paid print subscribers and 157,000 paid digital subscribers based on internal sources.

In addition, News UK has also assembled a portfolio of complementary ancillary product offerings, including Sun Bingo, as well as newer products such as Sunmotors.co.uk, a digital classified offering, Times Wealth Management, which offers readers investment advice, and The Handpicked Collection, a recently acquired luxury shopping website.

New York Post
The New York Post (the “Post”) is the oldest continuously published daily newspaper in the U.S., with a focus on coverage of the New York metropolitan area. The print version of the Post is primarily distributed in New York and throughout the Northeast, as well as Florida and California. The Post provides a variety of general interest content ranging from breaking news to business analysis, and is known in particular for its comprehensive sports coverage, famous headlines and its iconic Page Six section, an authority on celebrity news. The Post’s digital platforms feature all the sections of the print version as well as continually updated breaking news and other content and extend the reach of the Post to a national audience. For the six months ended March 31, 2014, average weekday circulation based on AAM data, including digital editions, was 477,314. The Post is printed in a printing facility in the Bronx, New York and uses third party printers in its other markets in the U.S.

News America Marketing
News America Marketing (“NAM”) is a leading provider of coupon promotions, advertising programs, special offers and other direct consumer marketing solutions through a network of more than 1,800 publications, 58,000 retail stores and 450 partner sites, including SmartSource.com. NAM offers direct consumer marketing solutions for companies that include consumer packaged goods manufacturers, financial services, pharmaceutical manufacturers, quick-service and casual restaurants, retailers and other marketers in the U.S. and Canada. NAM has developed broad, long-standing relationships with many well-known retailers and brands, including Procter & Gamble, General Mills, Kraft, Johnson & Johnson, Walmart, Kroger, American Express, Target and Loblaws.
NAM’s marketing solutions are available via multiple distribution channels, including publications, in stores and online, primarily under the SmartSource brand name. NAM provides customers with “one-stop shopping” for their direct-to-consumer marketing needs through its three primary business areas:

Free-Standing Inserts: Free-standing inserts are multiple-page marketing booklets containing coupons, rebates and other consumer offers, which are distributed to consumers through insertion primarily into local Sunday publications. NAM is one of the two largest publishers of free-standing inserts in the U.S. Advertisers, primarily packaged goods companies, pay NAM to produce free-standing inserts where their offers are featured, often on an exclusive basis within their product category. NAM contracts with and pays publishers as well as printers, among others, to produce and/or distribute free-standing inserts in their papers. NAM’s free-standing insert products, which are distributed under the SmartSource Magazine® brand, have a circulation of almost 74 million based on internal sources and are distributed 43 times a year.

SmartSource Digital: SmartSource Digital manages NAM’s portfolio of database and electronic marketing solutions. The database marketing business, branded SmartSource Direct, provides direct-mail solutions via access to a national network of retailer frequent-shopper card databases offering information on the purchase behavior of millions of cardholders. The SmartSource Savings Network, which includes SmartSource.com, encompasses all of NAM’s electronic couponing and sampling solutions accessed through the web, mobile and tablet-based programming.

NAM believes its programs have key advantages when compared to other marketing options available to packaged goods companies, retailers and other marketers. NAM offers cost-effective programs that reach a national audience of engaged consumers who are actively seeking coupons or discounts and who are at a critical moment in their purchase decision. By delivering an immediate incentive or brand message to shoppers as they are making brand decisions, NAM believes free-standing inserts and in-store advertising have an advantage over competing forms of mass media such as radio or television.

Cable Network Programming
The Company’s Cable Network Programming segment consists of FOX SPORTS Australia, the leading sports programming provider in Australia based on total subscribers. FOX SPORTS Australia is focused on live national and international sports events and provides featured original and licensed premium sports content tailored to the Australian market, including live sports such as National Rugby League, the domestic football league, English Premier League, international cricket, as well as the Rugby Union. FOX SPORTS Australia offers seven television channels distributed via cable, satellite and Internet Protocol, or IP, and several interactive viewing applications. Its channels consist of FOX SPORTS 1, FOX SPORTS 2, FOX SPORTS 3, FOX FOOTY, FOX SPORTS NEWS, FUEL TV and SPEED that broadcast over 10,000 hours of live sports programming per year reaching FOXTEL, Telstra and Optus subscription television customers. FOX SPORTS Australia’s access to compelling local and international sports programming, as well as its production of high-quality original sports content has made it the leading sports programming provider in Australia. FOX SPORTS Australia also operates foxsports.com.au, a leading general sports website in Australia, and offers several interactive mobile and tablet applications that extend the reach of its content across multiple new platforms. FOX SPORTS Australia is distributed via longstanding carriage agreements with pay-TV providers (mainly Foxtel) in Australia and generates revenue primarily through affiliate fees payable under these carriage agreements, as well as advertising sales. Results at the Cable Network Programming segment can fluctuate due to the timing and mix of the Company’s local and international sports programming, as expenses associated with licensing these programming rights are recognized during the applicable season or event.
FOX SPORTS Australia competes primarily with ESPN, the Free-To-Air (“FTA”) channels and certain telecommunications companies in Australia.

Digital Real Estate Services
The Company’s Digital Real Estate Services segment consists of its 61.6% interest in REA Group Limited (“REA Group”), a publicly-traded company on ASX (ASX: REA) that is a leading digital advertising business specializing in real estate services. Established in Melbourne in 1995, REA Group owns and operates Australia’s largest residential property website, realestate.com.au, and Australia’s largest commercial property site, realcommercial.com.au. Together, realestate.com.au and realcommercial.com.au have approximately 23.0 million desktop site visits and 7.2 million mobile site visits on average each month based on Nielsen monthly total traffic ratings for the year ended June 30, 2014, as well as approximately 10.5 million mobile application visits on average each month based on Adobe Omniture SiteCatalyst monthly site visits for the same period. REA Group also operates a market-leading Italian property site, casa.it, and other property sites and apps in Europe and Asia, and its portfolio of property sites is used by approximately 21,700 real estate agents.

REA Group’s Australian operations are comprised primarily of realestate.com.au, realcommercial.com.au and its media business, which services the display media market. Realestate.com.au derives the majority of its revenue via residential monthly advertising subscriptions and advertising listing upgrades from real estate offices. Agents subscribing to the website may upload unlimited listings for sale or rent and purchase a selection of upgrade products to increase the prominence of their listings on the site. Additionally, realestate.com.au offers a variety of targeted products, including brand-building services for real estate agents. Realcommercial.com.au generates revenue through three main sources, agent subscription revenue, agent branding revenue and listing revenue. The media business offers unique advertising opportunities on both realestate.com.au and realcommercial.com.au, as well as via mobile advertisement placements. Revenue from this business is generated primarily from agents, commercial developers and financial institutions, which benefit from being able to target REA Group’s substantial audience base.

REA Group’s other operations include property sites in Italy and Asia, as well as Luxembourg and France. Casa.it, with approximately 9.0 million visits on average each month based on Adobe Omniture SiteCatalyst monthly site visits, is Italy’s leading residential property site. In Asia, REA Group operates Squarefoot.com.hk, REA Group’s English and Chinese language property site in Hong Kong, as well as myfun.com, its recently-launched Chinese website, which extends the audience of property seekers for realestate.com.au’s Australian property listings by allowing them to be seen by Chinese consumers. Squarefoot.com.hk and myfun.com together have approximately 0.5 million visits on average each month based on Adobe Omniture SiteCatalyst monthly site visits. REA Group’s sites in Luxembourg and France include AtHome.lu, atOffice.lu, atHome.de and immoRegion.fr. These sites have approximately 0.9 million visits combined on average each month based on Adobe Omniture SiteCatalyst monthly site visits. REA Group’s other assets include its 17.22% interest in iProperty Group Limited, an online property portal with operations in Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore, which it acquired in July 2014.

Book Publishing
The Company’s Book Publishing segment consists of HarperCollins Publishers (together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, “HarperCollins”), one of the largest English-language consumer publishers in the world based on global revenue, with operations in the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand and India. HarperCollins publishes and distributes consumer books globally through print, digital and audio formats. Its digital formats include electronic books, also referred to as e-books, for devices such as the Apple iPad, Amazon’s Kindle, Google’s Nexus and Barnes & Noble’s NOOK as well as audio downloads for smartphones and MP3 players. HarperCollins owns over 60 branded imprints, including Avon, Harper, HarperCollins Children’s Publishers,

HarperCollins publishes works by well-known authors such as Mitch Albom, Veronica Roth, Rick Warren and Agatha Christie and popular titles such as The Hobbit, Goodnight Moon, To Kill a Mockingbird and the Divergent series. Its active print and digital global catalog includes approximately 50,000 publications and over 100,000 SKUs, including various print and digital editions of the same title. HarperCollins publishes fiction and nonfiction, with a focus on general, children’s and religious content. Additionally, in the U.K., HarperCollins publishes titles for the equivalent of the K-12 educational market.

HarperCollins is rapidly transitioning from print production to digital with leading e-book offerings. HarperCollins offered approximately 35,000 e-book titles, which accounted for approximately 22% of global consumer revenues in the quarter (up from approximately 19% in the prior year period). Nearly all of HarperCollins’ titles published in the last five years, as well as the majority of its entire catalog, are available in electronic reader and tablet formats. With the rapid adoption of electronic formats by consumers, HarperCollins is publishing many titles in digital formats before, or instead of, publishing a print edition. For example, through its popular romance imprint, Avon, HarperCollins launched a “digital-first” series which releases at least one new title per week in the romance category. The series has already generated nine New York Times electronic bestsellers since its launch.

Digital Education

The Company’s Digital Education segment consists of Amplify, the brand for its digital education business, which it launched in July 2012. Amplify is focused on improving K-12 education by creating digital products and services that empower teachers, students and parents in new ways. Its products serve more than three million students in all 50 states. Amplify is dedicated to creating technology solutions that transform the way teachers teach and students learn in three areas:

Amplify Insight: Amplify’s data and assessment business, which formerly operated under the brand Wireless Generation, commenced operations in 2000 and was acquired in fiscal 2011. Amplify Insight provides powerful assessment products and services to support teachers and school districts, including student assessment tools and analytic technologies, intervention programs, enterprise education information systems, and professional development and consulting services. Key products include mClassTM, a suite of products that enable teachers to easily and quickly monitor individual and class progression through goals and standards and access detailed analysis, custom grouping and instructional planning tools.

Amplify Learning: Amplify’s curriculum business is developing digital content for K-12 English Language Arts, Math and Science, including software that will combine interactive, game-like experiences, rich immersive media, and sophisticated analytics to make the classroom teaching and learning experience more engaging, rigorous, personalized and effective. Amplify Learning’s digital curriculum incorporates the new Common Core State Standards adopted by most states in the U.S. and is available for use on multiple platforms.

Amplify Access: Amplify’s platform business is delivering a tablet-based distribution system to facilitate personalized instruction and enable anytime, anywhere learning. Amplify Access offers a bundle that includes a tablet designed for the K-12 market, instructional software and curated third-party content, as well as implementation support.

The Other segment includes the Company’s general corporate overhead expenses, corporate Strategy and Creative Group and costs related to the U.K. Newspaper Matters.


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