DHXM earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.
News & Analysis: DHX Media
The maker of children's video content under popular names like "Peanuts" and "Teletubbies" fought heavy currency-exchange headwinds in the second quarter.
The Canadian maker of family-friendly video content didn't impress investors in this morning's second-quarter report.
The kid-friendly media producer is reshaping its content portfolio and general business model these days, resulting in respectable top-line growth but a loss.
Investors were quick to embrace the first-quarter results from this Canadian maker of family-friendly TV shows.
October was the worst month for stocks since 2009, but DHX bucked the trend and posted big gains.
The manager of production rights for "Peanuts," "Inspector Gadget," and "Teletubbies" is largely abandoning the mid-market TV platform for higher- and lower-end alternatives.
The majority owner of the "Teletubbies" and "Peanuts" brands is trying to hammer out a new strategy on the fly.
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The second quarter brought few surprises, as the children's media producer continued to integrate Strawberry Shortcake and Peanuts into its operations.