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There is one other point that we need to take into account when we are thinking about Transit, and that is obviously that we have got a reasonably sized piece of Transit which actually isn’t impacted by those audience numbers that you saw, sort of, aboveground. According to a CNBC interview Outfront Media CEO Jeremy Male, out-of-home media is a popular medium among top tech and consumer companies, and is a growing advertising medium. And it sounds like there is been a significant step up in those deployments. And then for Jeremy or Matt or both of you, just wondering how you are thinking about your investment plans heading into ‘21. So, that’s really good to see. The organic figures remove sports marketing, and I’ll also point out that prior year other revenues had $6 million of non-recurring third-party digital equipment sales. Well, I guess the first thing is that we have never – we have never seen the sort of OEMs changes before certainly within relative sense, which is our prime area of interest. Rates rising. Relative to the third quarter, we expect the sequential improvement will largely be driven by billboard and improving picture in both local and national. As I just mentioned, we disposed our sports marketing operation during the quarter. We have obviously given some color on Billboard and Transit for 4Q, but beyond that color, we don’t typically give incremental guidance at this stage. Ridership has improved, but still well below normalized levels as per that chart you just showed us. We will refer to certain non-GAAP financial measures on this call. Transit and our major market performance drove our superior growth pre-pandemic and we are absolutely convinced that they will drive superior growth post-pandemic. Looking at our other business on Slide 9, Canadian billboard revenues were down 28%, a better result than last quarter and driven by similar factors to the U.S. Posting, maintenance and other expenses were down from lower overall business activities as well as $9 million due to the sales force marketing, and over $5 million from equipment sales Jeremy mentioned earlier. We took our teams and our contractors, go off the lines at the end of March, and we did very little in second quarter. This is quite a big change from this time last year when we told you that total Digital grew 28%, driven by Digital Billboards up 15% and Transit up a very strong 77%. It’s interesting, because with regards to audience measurement, what we now have as an industry and certainly within our own smartSCOUT, we have the ability to go down billboard-by-billboard, and so – absolutely. Total revenues were down 37%, right in line with the rest of the business and a bit better than last quarter, with improvements in the declines at both billboard and transit. Executive Vice President, CFO. Learn More 04 Nov 2020 OUTFRONT Announces 2020 OUTFRAME Art Competition Winners. I’m just wondering, as you sit here and look at the outlook, do you feel confident to be able to put more money to work in the business opportunistically or do you still want to wait and see if things sort of stabilize further? Alexia Quadrani - JPMorgan. We do still very much have that headwind of TV, movies, entertainment that we talked about, and they were huge categories for us this time last year. We – 800 plus, we listed in the third quarter, probably reflects the pacing we would keep going in the fourth quarter. A live and replay audio webcast will So, we cannot say exactly how that will plan out, but we suspect that there will be a slight lag between audiences coming back and revenues returning. [Operator Instructions] And we will take our next question from Jim Goss from Barrington Research. But in other markets across the U.S. are actually beyond pre-pandemic levels, in part reflecting car usage versus transit ridership. Thanks. We saw better billboard performance than expected, while Transit is recovering more slowly given continuing low ridership. And what I can say at this time is our team is in the midst of slowed conversations with our Transit partners regarding our level of ridership and its implication. And when we do, we will be seeing the growth in that high value audience that we have been selling so successfully for many years. OUTFRONT Media, Inc. (NYSE:OUT) Q4 2019 Earnings Conference Call February 25, 2020 16:30 ET Company Participants Greg Lundberg - SVP, IR Jeremy Male - Chairman They are taking the lights and other things. NEW YORK, Sept. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- OUTFRONT Media Inc. (NYSE: OUT) announced today that Jeremy Male, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, is scheduled to present at the Goldman Sachs 29 th Annual Communacopia Conference on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 2:55 p.m. Eastern Time.A live and replay audio webcast will be available on the investor relations section of the Company's … I have been spending quite a bit of time in ours over the past few months, and I am pleased to say that Midtown is looking a bit more like normal. Our comments today will refer to the earnings release and the slide presentation that you can find in the Investor Relations section of our website, outfrontmedia.com. Once again, this reflects continued attention by our teams to eliminate variable and fixed costs. We remain in a strong financial position, as you can see on Slide 18. Jeremy J. Expenses were actually $15 million. Outfront Media CEO Jeremy Male on using data to target billboard ads. That is what happened as you see it in our numbers today. It’s also worth noting that we were free cash flow positive again in the third quarter. United States. Once again, we were able to take over $100 million out of our quarterly cost structure, helping improve the year-over-year decline in OIBDA and AFFO. Learn More Top. I would now like to hand it back over to our speakers for any additional or closing remarks. Thank you. Transit ridership, which is obviously our audience, leads to increase further the Transit revenues to begin any sorts of substantial recovery. You may not be able to communicate that specifically. Billboard lease expense was once again down to the lower revenues on display when there is a variable lease component. Thank you for your participation. The companies were formed over a forty-seven year period with the most recent being incorporated seven months ago in March of 2020. As you [indiscernible] data we and others have shared regarding street-level mobility, and indeed what you’d likely people are increasingly outing about. Download PDF Format (opens in new window) NEW YORK, Feb. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- OUTFRONT Media Inc. (NYSE: OUT) announced today that Jeremy Male, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, is scheduled to present at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media … So, it’s reasonable that until those categories come back, there is going to be a couple of markets where we are– where we are just more challenged than others. OUTFRONT Media Inc. (NYSE: OUT) announced today that Jeremy Male, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, is scheduled to present at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media … Matt, just to quickly follow-up, if you can, what’s the revenue hit from Sports Marketing in Q4, so we have the whole picture? We saw some data from the CBRE that suggests that people in offices are still sub 20%. We’re now in a position where we have strong, healthy balance sheet, and we’re certainly looking now to ramping up our Digital Billboard investments to levels that we were seeing last year, that – in next year. John Janedis - Wolfe Research. That does conclude today’s question-and-answer session. Let me – on expenses, fourth quarter is going to be more of the same as we’ve seen in the third quarter and second quarter. More than half of that will carry over into 2021. Sure. So, you got a little bit of geographic variation. And after today’s call is concluded, an audio archive will be there as well. If investors were sort of playing along and following those weekly numbers, is there sort of one for one mapping in your view between those numbers getting better and it flowing through to revenues? A live and replay audio webcast will be available on the investor One of our reduction or decrease has been variable cost components, a lot of the transit – the maintenance benefits from lower revenue, all of our Transit agreements are in revenue shares, from revenues that are depressed because of COVID, dramatically down. Thank you. The first one is, if you could provide a bit more color on the Q4 guidance that you just touched on, Jeremy. They have been consistently among our top performances – top customers for years. I’ll note that we won’t see all of this in OIBDA, but you will in AFFO due to lease accounting. August 5, 2020 4:30 PM ET. We reduced our days sales outstanding. Good afternoon, everyone. We do expect to start putting screens on subway cars during the fourth quarter, so maybe the number of screens will be a little higher – very, very smaller, but I think the same sort of pace, the same sort of spend. The chart on Slide 21 shows the recent ridership across our subway and commuter rail systems. One offset was again a higher provision for doubtful accounts related to COVID-19. Our higher net revenue of 6.1x obviously reflects lower OIBDA during the pandemic, but does not adversely impact our ability to access immediate liquidity, and we expect to cycle out of it as OIBDA improves. SG&A also decreased $4 million from the sale of sports marketing. Our board evaluates our capital allocation on ongoing basis, and our stated intention remains that we will meet our minimum rate distribution requirements. So, we are kind of level set now in terms of audience. The DOS ID is 4526201.The business entity is incorporated in New York County.The entity type is FOREIGN BUSINESS CORPORATION.The initial DOS filing date is 02/07/2014.The address is 405 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York 10174.The city is Albany, New York. By the way, we’re not in the airport business and we didn’t bid for those airport assets. The figures you see here, included in our other revenues in 2019, and there’s additional color on this in the appendix. Any references made to OIBDA will be on an adjusted basis, and reconciliations of OIBDA and other non-GAAP financial measures are in the Appendix of the slide presentation, the earnings release, and also on our website. Chief Executive Officer, CBS Outdoor Americas Inc. OUTFRONT Media Inc. leases advertising space on out-of-home advertising structures and sites. We are big believers in continued urbanization, and we are tracking these audiences to advertisers. Transit was down 69%, a 7 point improvement. Company Participants. Slide 16 shows that our AFFO turned positive this quarter. I guess, just two questions. Our net adds were 827 displays compared to just 97 in the second quarter. So, for example, in Times Square right now, they wouldn’t be at pre-pandemic levels. 29 Apr 2020. Now, these categories will obviously come back. Let’s now shift over to Matt and he will walk you through the rest of our financials. Let’s now go into more detail, beginning with total revenues on Slide 5. So obviously, that comes out as well. As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at OUTFRONT MEDIA INC, Jeremy J. Capital expenditures on Slide 15 were still down significantly from last year in both maintenance and growth. You can hear his entire talk here. We will now take our next question from Jason Bazinet from Citi. Chairman, Chief Executive Officer. Maybe first, Matt, could you help us think about expenses in the fourth quarter, the year-over-year trends we should assume and just any help on the Sports Marketing asset sale and how that might impact expenses in the fourth quarter? Importantly, if you look at Slide 4, you can see that we have good sequential improvement on virtually every metric, with the exception of Transit. National drives the majority of our Transit revenues, while local drives the majority of our billboard revenues. So, continue to evaluate this as our business improves. Good afternoon. I had two questions. Part of that is due to the fact that we’re, obviously, still investing in digital displays, which are very attractive to audiences generally. Outfront Media Inc. (NYSE:OUT) Q3 2020 Earnings Conference Call November 4, 2020 4:30 PM ET Company Participants. Please go ahead. You may now disconnect. And with that, I will hand the call over to Jeremy. Outfront Media CEO Jeremy Male gives an exclusive interview to CNBC's "Closing Bell." Well, I guess the important point is now that Billboard audiences are sort of back to kind of pre-pandemic level. Transit revenues were again not sufficient for us to recoup any deployment capital this quarter. Transit, however, is still lagging. 02:12. Or do you think there is going to be a little bit of a lag where the market does want to make sure that the audience is sort of there before they begin to redeploy dollars, that sort of comparable levels to the audience trends? OUTFRONT Media Chief Executive Officer Jeremy Male To Participate In The Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference. But we are still in a market where there is a little bit of macro impact and certainly there is an impact of some of those important categories for us that we talked about earlier on, in particular TV, movies, entertainment. Thanks for joining our 2020 third quarter earnings call. I’ll go into the drivers of this differential later on the call, but you can see one of them on Slide 7, which is our local and national mix. But we absolutely believe that ridership and revenues will recover, which has been written about the future of cities and the transit system to support them. OUTFRONT Media Inc. (NYSE: OUT) announced today that Jeremy Male, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, is scheduled to present at the 48th Annual J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media and Communications Conference on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at 11:50 a.m. Eastern Time. The last topic on revenues I’d like to cover is Digital, on Slide 10. The MTA has been doing a pretty good job of keeping their trains clean, letting people know they are clean. While talking about geographies, it’s also important to remember that we have assets in smaller markets and these main street markets are recovering more quickly right now. Is there any guidance you might provide in terms of how Q4 will develop and how it’s going to move in the next year? Gregory Lundberg - Senior Vice President, IR. And we look forward to speaking with many of you during investor events over the coming weeks. So, when we look into the guidance that we’re giving now, we have actually seen improvements in a number of categories, maybe worth noting one that certainly looking stronger in Q4 is auto. Okay. 17th Floor Not significant dollars, but both assets that would be – we think a great fit to our business as we go forward. So, we’re on our way back. I don’t think we necessarily have to get audiences back to a 100% of where they were, for us to be delivering the source of revenues we were before. And we would expect them to be recovering much more at the sort of rate that we are going to be seeing in our Billboard business rather than – certainly, rather than the rail business. All companies are still active. There was no pronounced differentiation in the performance between static and digital yields. So, can you talk a bit about how you expect to benefit from this going forward? We also expect to pick up our billboard acquisition activity to selectively take advantage of attractive opportunities and continue growing our presence in our preferred markets around the country. On the call today are Jeremy Male, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer; and Matthew Siegel, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. So, really, I think the granularity of that was more important when obviously audiences were being more severely impacted. Thank you, Greg and thanks for joining us today. So, that was a nice way and we think that over time, we’ll be able to develop some great locations through that win. Male made $6,993,709 in total compensation. Jeremy Male - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. There is still a lot of uncertainty in the economy and the actions we took earlier this year, provide us with ample liquidity of $1.2 billion of cash and liquidity. Hey. Our digital billboard count increased by 41 this quarter. Thank you very much again. Maybe I could just jump in there as well. Richard Sauer. Good day and welcome to the Outfront Media Third Quarter Earnings Conference Call. OUTFRONT Media Inc. (NYSE: OUT) announced today that Jeremy Male, Chairman Chief Executive Officer, is scheduled to present at the Citi Global TMT West Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 at 12:30 p.m. Pacific Time. We’ll now take our next question from John Janedis from Wolfe Research. This conference call may include forward-looking statements. Let’s look at these in detail on Slide 12. New York, NY 10174 OUTFRONT MEDIA INC. is corporation filed with the New York State Department of State (NYSDOS). I hope that many of you are safely back in your offices. What we did bid for was the ability to develop billboards on the total Port Authority property in New York State, and we’ll be addressing that as we go along. So, with that, operator, let’s now open the line for questions. Follow SA Transcripts and get email alerts. Learn More 12 Oct 2020 OUTFRONT Media To Report 2020 Third Quarter Results On November 4, 2020. Outside of our top 15 markets, third quarter revenues were only down 14% and local down around 10%. We hope that you are safe and well. 405 Lexington Avenue Thanks very much, operator and thank you all for your questions and your time today. So, it actually was a great feel for us to say to our advertisers, look, the audiences are still out there. Most industry observers expect a positive 2021 for Out of Home and Outfront will be a key driver of that. So, for example, buses and bus shelters etcetera. Jeremy Male - Chairman and CEO Please go ahead. So, I think for ridership to restart substantively and increasing, we are going to need to see more people back in their offices. Outfront Media CEO Jeremy Male gives an exclusive interview to CNBC's "Closing Bell." Thank you. Thanks, Alexia. And actually, we were able to say well, no, actually it hasn’t. While buses and street furniture are delivering aboveground audience commuter rail and subway systems, which drives the majority of our Transit revenues, still have very low ridership. In closing, our balance sheet remains in a good place to deal with this uncertainty and we’re pleased to see the recovery of volumes in aboveground where our billboard business is doing better all the time. Jeremy Male, Chairman & CEO, Director at Outfront Media (OUT), is currently unranked, see this insider's latest transactions. Both of these improved from last quarter, but it was local advertising that led the way. While our largest cities have a substantial local business, they are disproportionately reliant on national categories like entertainment, movies and TV. And auto is a category that actually has been declining for us over the last couple of years. The billboard audience is back. And it is likely in the near-term that our Transit revenues are to some extent going to track that – that ridership increase as we go forward. Back in May, when we gave guidance for the second quarter, we were confident that spring puts the trough in our business and our revenues would improve in each future period. Please go ahead. Ben, thank. [Operator Instructions] And we’ll take our first question from Alexia Quadrani from JPMorgan. Thank you. And as we look at the fourth quarter, we expect total revenues to be down in the low 30% range. I am not going to go through all of these figures at the moment, but notable here are the significant sequential improvements in U.S. media billboard revenues, our adjusted OIBDA and AFFO. Ben Swinburne - Morgan Stanley. And with that that does conclude today’s call. Let me now turn the call back over to Jeremy. But as we think about capital spending, your appetite for M&A and even things like new Transit yields, we saw that there was some Port Authority business you picked. As you can see here, on average, the ridership is only 28% at the same week last year. In U.S. Media, let’s get on Slide 6, billboard revenues were down 23%, a 14 point improvement from the loss rate last quarter. Should we assume that we just won’t see a full recovery in the Transit business until we see ridership kind of return to normal, and just sort of modest kind of improvement as we go, but clearly not a step function, I guess, until we’re sort of post this pandemic, is that a fair assumption? And now, let’s turn our attention to our outlook on Slide 20. Yes. Total revenues were down 39% or 37% on an apples-to-apples basis, after our sports marketing disposal, and well within our guidance range. Revenues from these three categories were down over 60% in the quarter and impacted our total results by 10 points. This was mostly driven by the higher OIBDA and to a lesser extent by small team within our other drivers. We stepped up – I think at the end of June, we restarted our deployments. Well, the fact is that Matt and I sign off every proposal for digital conversion, and but still making great returns. Little political. One is, improved data audience measurement was seemingly a tailwind coming into the year. Things suddenly feel better than they did last quarter, and this is reflected in our numbers on Slide 3. After a discussion of our financial results, we will open up the lines for a question-and-answer session. And besides, we would expect that to give a further lift to Transit as we go along. In the chart, you can see we were able to offset 60% of the revenue decline through expense reduction. And it’s worth mentioning again that Facebook is making a major real estate investment in Midtown, Manhattan. Thanks. What we will do is [indiscernible] that Billboard location prior to COVID levels. Matt? Turning to Slide 8, our billboard yields were down 21% in the quarter and this was driven far more by demand than rate. And contrary to some of the news flow, Amazon announced new office space in New York, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Phoenix and San Diego. We have deployed $340 million of total capital to-date, all subject to recoupment from future revenues, except a roughly $30 million spent so far under the previously disclosed amended deployment plan. Whenever we look at guidance, we take into account what we can see at the time. Thanks. Outfront Media’s Chairman & CEO Jeremy Male appeared at Goldman Sach’s Communacopia 2016 yesterday. As national advertising recovers more generally, we’re likely to see a steeper growth trajectory in our bigger cities, similar to that to which we saw back in 2010. Is the pricing adjustment going to be on a billboard-by-billboard basis in continual discussion with the advertising clients or can you talk a little about how the press is working given the dramatic changes we are having this year? Outfront Media Inc. (NYSE:OUT) Q3 2020 Earnings Conference Call November 4, 2020 4:30 PM ET. And as I mentioned, actually it was very helpful to be able to say exactly what was going on with our audiences. We’re looking at couple of right now. So, I think it is something that we have moved through now. So, maybe, Ben, I’ll sort of jump in on the investment side. Outfront Media Inc. (NYSE:OUT) Q2 2020 Earnings Conference Call . Insider summarizes Male’s thoughtful and wide-ranging comments as follows: Revenue healthy. I think the revenue dropped higher than that, in the mid-teens. It was also reduced from proactive discussions with our landlords, and to-date, negotiations have reduced our fiscal year 2020 billboard lease expense by $16 million. Overall, OIBDA margins came in at 24%, not quite back toward 29% historical annual run rate, but a good step closer. We switched off the capital expenditure in terms – which is principally about digital and [indiscernible] in the second quarter, really just reflecting the caution, given limited outlook. Please turn to Slide 13, for a look at OIBDA change year-over-year. And we think it’s that organic growth is dollars that are very well spent. Data, geofencing and small cell deployment revenues small but promising. Okay. So, I think you’ll see slightly improved revenue, of course, but lease expense base stood at same. And finally related to that, are there safety steps being taken to provide comfort to riders to return, or is it sort of out of necessity in getting around New York City in particular that will bring them back? Not a big EBITDA contributor, overall, couple of years. A lot of politicians and celebrities have been either riding the subway or making the case for it. Outfront Media Inc. (NYSE:OUT) Q3 2020 Earnings Conference Call November 4, 2020 4:30 PM ET, Jeremy Male - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Matthew Siegel - Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Clive Punter. OUTFRONT Media Inc Q2 2020 ... We are hosting today's call remotely with Jeremy Male, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, actually at … Transit franchise expense declined as we were successful in working with our Transit partners in shifting to revenue share instead of minimum annual guarantee payments. At that location, it is actually 75%. And one other thing, Slide 19, you are outlining the MTA deployment. OUTFRONT Media Inc. (NYSE: OUT) announced today that Jeremy Male, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, is scheduled to present at the Goldman Sachs 29th … Conference Call Participants. Outfront Media Inc. (NYSE:OUT) Q3 2020 Earnings Conference Call November 4, 2020 4:30 PM ET Company Participants Gregory Lundberg – Investor Relations Jeremy Male – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Matthew Siegel – Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Conference Call Participants Alexia Quadrani – JPMorgan Ben Swinburne – Morgan Stanley John … We are OUTFRONT by name and by nature. Thank you. But it’s worth mentioning that collections went well in this quarter. Overall, OIBDA was down 51% this quarter compared to a decline of 85% last quarter. OUTFRONT Media Chief Executive Officer Jeremy Male to Participate in the J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media and Communications Conference. And is that something that you would offer up sort of the mix that’s sort of below-ground versus aboveground on the Transit side? The trend continues. And then my second question really just on the Transit side. We’re also continuing and keep our eye out for other investment opportunities in terms of tuck-in acquisitions. But I do think, Alexia, [indiscernible] we see a significant pickup in audiences, then Transit will be challenged. When you look at how our Billboard portfolio in particular, we are the biggest player by quite a long way in both New York and LA, which are very disposed through those meager advertising dollars. NEW YORK, Sept. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- OUTFRONT Media Inc. (NYSE: OUT) announced today that Jeremy Male, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, is scheduled to present at the Goldman Sachs 29 th Annual Communacopia Conference on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 2:55 p.m. Eastern Time. And we have no further questions. We will take our next question from Ben Swinburne from Morgan Stanley. Ridership across the country is still at very reduced levels compared to pre-pandemic, particularly in rail systems, which accounts for the majority of our transit advertising dollars. Our next significant maturity is in 2024, and our maturities are nicely added thereafter, with our longest maturity dated 2030.

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