On May 8, the company formerly known as Gannett reported Q1 2018 results that surpassed Wall Street expectations.
Revenue grew 9.4%, or 5.5% on a non-GAAP comparable basis.
Mid-single digit growth is expected in Q2, with results expected to be shared August 7.
Yet, TEGNA stock is off 2.6% since its Q1 earnings release. Zacks Equity Research wants to know if it can rebound.