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MEDIACO : Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (form 10-Q)

08/13/2021 | 06:33am EDT
Note: Certain statements included in this report or in the financial statements
contained herein which are not statements of historical fact, including but not
limited to those identified with the words "expect," "should," "will" or "look"
are intended to be, and are, by this Note, identified as "forward-looking
statements," as defined in the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.
Such statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors
that may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to
be materially different from any future result, performance or achievement
expressed or implied by such forward-looking statement. Such factors include,
among others:

    •  Our relationship with Emmis and Emmis Operating Company's ability to
       effectively manage our operations;

• Potential conflicts of interest with SG Broadcasting and our status as a

"controlled company";

• Our ability to operate as a standalone public company and to execute on our

business strategy;

• Our ability to compete with, and integrate into our operations, new media

channels, such as digital video, YouTube, and real-time media delivery;

• Our ability to continue to exchange advertising time for goods or services;

• Our ability to use market research, advertising and promotions to attract

and retain audiences;

U.S. regulatory requirements for owning and operating media broadcasting

       channels and our ability to maintain regulatory licenses granted by the
       FCC;

• Industry and economic trends within the U.S. radio industry, generally, and

the New York City radio industry, in particular;

• Our ability to finance our operations or to obtain financing on terms that

are favorable to MediaCo;

• Our ability to successfully complete and integrate any future acquisitions;


  • The impact of COVID-19 and other pandemics;

• The accuracy of management's estimates and assumptions on which the

       Company's financial projections are based; and


    •  Other factors mentioned in documents filed by the Company with the
       Securities and Exchange Commission.


For a more detailed discussion of these and other risk factors, see the Risk
Factors section of our Annual Report on Form 10-K and the Risk Factors included
in Exhibit 99.1 on Form 8-K, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
on March 30, 2021 and May 21, 2021, respectively. MediaCo does not undertake any
obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements because
of new information, future events or otherwise.

GENERAL


We own and operate two radio stations located in New York City and outdoor
advertising businesses geographically focused in the Southeast (Georgia, Alabama
and Tennessee) and Eastern Kentucky. Our revenues are mostly affected by the
advertising rates our entities charge, as advertising sales are the primary
component of our consolidated revenues. These rates are in large part based on
our radio stations' ability to attract audiences in demographic groups targeted
by their advertisers and the number of persons exposed to our billboards. The
Nielsen Company generally measures radio station ratings weekly for markets
measured by the Portable People Meter™, which includes all of our radio
stations. Because audience ratings in a station's local market are critical to
the station's financial success, our strategy is to use market research,
advertising and promotion to attract and retain audiences in each station's
chosen demographic target group.

Our revenues vary throughout the year. Revenue and operating income are usually
lowest in the first calendar quarter for both our radio and outdoor advertising
segments, partly because retailers cut back their advertising spending
immediately following the holiday shopping season.

In addition to the sale of advertising time for cash, stations typically
exchange advertising time for goods or services, which can be used by the
station in its business operations. These barter transactions are recorded at
the estimated fair value of the product or service received. We generally
confine the use of such trade transactions to promotional items or services for
which we would otherwise have paid cash. In addition, it is our general policy
not to preempt advertising spots paid for in cash with advertising spots paid
for in trade.

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The following table summarizes the sources of our revenues for the three and six
months ended June 30, 2020 and 2021. The category "Non Traditional" principally
consists of ticket sales and sponsorships of events our stations conduct in
their local market. The category "Other" includes, among other items, revenues
related to network revenues, production of billboard advertisements and barter.

                                    For the Three Months Ended June 30,                         For the Six Months Ended June 30,
                              2020        % of Total         2021     % of Total         2020         % of Total        2021     % of Total
                                                                        (Amounts in thousands)
Revenue by Source:
Radio Advertising          $    2,628            37.6 %    $  8,913          62.0 %   $     9,008            48.0 %   $ 13,868          57.5 %
Outdoor Advertising (1)         3,030            43.3 %       3,238          22.5 %         6,297            33.5 %      6,210          25.7 %
Nontraditional                     80             1.1 %         292           2.0 %           248             1.3 %        429           1.8 %
Digital                           340             4.9 %         665           4.6 %         1,014             5.4 %      1,150           4.8 %
Other                             918            13.1 %       1,268           8.9 %         2,214            11.8 %      2,462          10.2 %
Total net revenues         $    6,996                      $ 14,376                   $    18,781                     $ 24,119

(1) A substantial portion of this revenue is from lessor revenue derived from operating leases accounted for under ASC 842, "Leases."


Roughly 20% of our expenses varies in connection with changes in revenue. These
variable expenses primarily relate to costs in our sales department, such as
salaries, commissions and bad debt. Our costs that do not vary as much in
relation to revenue are mostly in our programming and general and administrative
departments, such as talent costs, ratings fees, rent, utilities and salaries.
Lastly, our costs that are highly discretionary are costs in our marketing and
promotions department, which we primarily incur to maintain and/or increase our
audience and market share.


KNOWN TRENDS AND UNCERTAINTIES


The U.S. radio industry is a mature industry and its growth rate has stalled.
Management believes this is principally the result of two factors: (1) new
media, such as various media distributed via the Internet, telecommunication
companies and cable interconnects, as well as social networks, have gained
advertising share against radio and other traditional media and created a
proliferation of advertising inventory and (2) the fragmentation of the radio
audience and time spent listening caused by satellite radio, audio streaming
services and podcasts has led some investors and advertisers to conclude that
the effectiveness of radio advertising has diminished.

Along with a large portion of the radio industry, our stations have deployed HD
Radio®. HD Radio offers listeners advantages over standard analog broadcasts,
including improved sound quality and additional digital channels. In addition to
offering secondary channels, the HD Radio spectrum allows broadcasters to
transmit other forms of data. We are participating in a joint venture with other
broadcasters to provide the bandwidth that a third party uses to transmit
location-based data to hand-held and in-car navigation devices. The number of
radio receivers incorporating HD Radio has increased in the past year,
particularly in new automobiles. It is unclear what impact HD Radio will have on
the market in which we operate.

Our stations have also aggressively worked to harness the power of broadband and
mobile media distribution in the development of emerging business opportunities
by developing highly interactive websites with content that engages our
listeners, deploying mobile applications and streaming our content, and
harnessing the power of digital video on our websites and YouTube channels.

The results of our radio operations are solely dependent on the results of our
stations in the New York market. Some of our competitors that operate larger
station clusters in the New York market are able to leverage their market share
to extract a greater percentage of available advertising revenue through
packaging a variety of advertising inventory at discounted unit rates. Market
revenues in New York as measured by Miller Kaplan Arase LLP ("Miller Kaplan"),
an independent public accounting firm used by the radio industry to compile
revenue information, were up 37.9% for the six months ended June 30, 2021, as
compared to the same period of the prior year. During this period, as measured
by Miller Kaplan, revenues for our stations were up 46.1%. Our outperformance
was driven by market share gains in both local and national radio advertising
revenues. Due to our audience demographics, our stations secured a
disproportionate share of spending by various state and local departments of
health promoting COVID-19 vaccination efforts.

As part of our business strategy, we continually evaluate potential acquisitions
of businesses that we believe hold promise for long-term appreciation in value
and leverage our strengths. However, MediaCo's long-term debt agreements
substantially limit our ability to make acquisitions. We also regularly review
our portfolio of assets and may opportunistically dispose of or otherwise
monetize assets when we believe it is appropriate to do so.

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The Company has been actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation and its impact
globally, as well as domestically and in the markets we serve. Our priority has
been the safety of our employees, as well as the informational needs of the
communities that we serve. Through the first few months of calendar 2020, the
disease became widespread around the world, and on March 11, 2020, the World
Health Organization declared a pandemic. In an effort to mitigate the continued
spread of COVID-19, many federal, state and local governments mandated various
restrictions, including travel restrictions, restrictions on non-essential
businesses and services, restrictions on public gatherings and quarantining of
people who may have been exposed to the virus. These restrictions, in turn,
caused the United States economy to decline and businesses to cancel or reduce
amounts spent on advertising, negatively impacting our advertising-based
businesses. Furthermore, some of our advertisers have seen a material decline in
their businesses and may not be able to pay amounts owed to us when they come
due. If the spread of COVID-19 continues, or is suppressed but later reemerges,
and public and private entities continue to implement restrictive measures, we
expect that our results of operations, financial condition and cash flows will
continue to be negatively affected, the extent to which is difficult to estimate
at this time.

CRITICAL ACCOUNTING POLICIES

Critical accounting policies are defined as those that encompass significant
judgments and uncertainties, and potentially lead to materially different
results under different assumptions and conditions. We believe that our critical
accounting policies are those described below.

Revenue Recognition


Broadcasting revenue is recognized as advertisements are aired and outdoor
revenue is recognized over the life of the applicable lease of each billboard.
Both broadcasting revenue and outdoor advertising revenue recognition is subject
to meeting certain conditions such as persuasive evidence that an arrangement
exists and collection is reasonably assured. These criteria are generally met at
the time the advertisement is aired for broadcasting revenue or displayed for
outdoor advertising revenue. Broadcasting advertising revenues presented in the
financial statements are reflected on a net basis, after the deduction of
advertising agency fees, usually at a rate of 15% of gross revenues.

FCC Licenses


As of December 31, 2020 and June 30, 2021, we have recorded approximately $63.3
million in FCC licenses, which represents approximately 43% of our total assets.
We would not be able to operate our radio stations without the related FCC
license for each property. FCC licenses are renewed every eight years;
consequently, we continually monitor our stations' compliance with the various
regulatory requirements. Historically, each of our FCC licenses has been renewed
at the end of its respective period, and we expect that each FCC license will
continue to be renewed in the future. We consider our FCC licenses to be
indefinite-lived intangibles.

We do not amortize indefinite-lived intangible assets, but rather test for
impairment at least annually or more frequently if events or circumstances
indicate that an asset may be impaired. When evaluating our radio broadcasting
licenses for impairment, the testing is performed at the unit of accounting
level as determined by ASC Topic 350-30-35. In our case, radio stations in a
geographic market cluster are considered a single unit of accounting, provided
that they are not being operated under a Local Marketing Agreement by another
broadcaster. Consequently, our two radio stations in New York are considered a
single unit of accounting.

We perform the annual impairment test of our FCC Licenses as of October 1 of
each year and perform additional interim impairment testing whenever triggering
events suggest such testing is warranted.

Valuation of Indefinite-lived Broadcasting Licenses


Fair value of our FCC licenses is estimated to be the price that would be
received to sell an asset or paid to transfer a liability in an orderly
transaction between market participants at the measurement date. To determine
the fair value of our FCC licenses, the Company considers both income and market
valuation methods when it performs its impairment tests. Under the income
method, the Company projects cash flows that would be generated by its unit of
accounting assuming the unit of accounting was commencing operations in its
respective market at the beginning of the valuation period. This cash flow
stream is discounted to arrive at a value for the FCC license. The Company
assumes the competitive situation that exists in the unit of accounting's market
remains unchanged, with the exception that the unit of accounting commenced
operations at the beginning of the valuation period. In doing so, the Company
extracts the value of going concern and any other assets acquired, and strictly
values the FCC license. Major assumptions involved in this analysis include
market revenue, market revenue growth rates, unit of accounting audience share,
unit of accounting revenue share and discount rate. Each of these assumptions
may change in the future based upon changes in general economic conditions,
audience behavior, consummated transactions, and numerous other variables that
may be beyond our control. The projections incorporated into our license
valuations take then current economic conditions into consideration. Under the
market method, the Company uses recent sales of comparable radio stations for
which the sales value appeared to be concentrated entirely in the value of the
license, to arrive at an indication of fair value.

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Valuation of Goodwill


ASC Topic 350-20-35 requires the Company to test goodwill for impairment at
least annually. Under ASC 350 we have the option to first assess qualitative
factors to determine whether it is more likely than not that the fair value of a
reporting unit is less than its carrying value as a basis for determining
whether it is necessary to perform an annual quantitative goodwill impairment
test. Given the macroeconomic environment as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic,
we have elected not to perform the qualitative assessment. When performing a
quantitative assessment for impairment, the Company uses a market approach to
determine the fair value of the reporting unit. Management determines the fair
value for the reporting unit by multiplying the cash flows of the reporting unit
by an estimated market multiple. Management believes this methodology for
valuing outdoor advertising businesses is a common approach and believes that
the multiples used in the valuation are reasonable given our peer comparisons,
analyst reports, and market transactions. To corroborate the fair values
determined using the market approach described above, management also uses an
income approach, which is a discounted cash flow method to determine the fair
value of the reporting unit. If the carrying value of a reporting unit's
goodwill exceeds its fair value, the Company recognizes an impairment charge
equal to the difference in the statement of operations. All goodwill on the
condensed consolidated balance sheets as of December 31, 2020 and June 30, 2021
is assigned to our Outdoor Advertising segment. While the COVID-19 pandemic has
negatively affected our outdoor operations, as of June 30, 2021, we don't
believe the long-term value of the outdoor business, and thus the associated
goodwill, has been impaired. The Company conducts its impairment test as of
October 1 of each fiscal year, unless indications of impairment exist during an
interim period.

Deferred Taxes

The Company accounts for income taxes under the asset and liability method,
which requires the recognition of deferred tax assets and liabilities for the
expected future tax consequence of events that have been recognized in the
Company's financial statements or income tax returns. Income taxes are
recognized during the year in which the underlying transactions are reflected in
the consolidated statements of operations. Deferred taxes are provided for
temporary differences between amounts of assets and liabilities recorded for
financial reporting purposes as compared to amounts recorded for income tax
purposes. After determining the total amount of deferred tax assets, the Company
determines whether it is more likely than not that some portion of the deferred
tax assets will not be realized.

Results of Operations for the Three-Month and Six-Month Periods Ended June 30, 2021, Compared to June 30, 2020


Net revenues:



                            For the Three Months                                        For the Six Months
                               Ended June 30,                                             Ended June 30,
                             2020            2021        $ Change       % Change         2020          2021        $ Change       % Change
                                                                 (As reported, amounts in thousands)
Net revenues:
  Radio                   $    3,829       $ 10,851     $    7,022          183.4 %   $   12,168     $ 17,353     $    5,185           42.6 %
  Outdoor Advertising          3,167          3,525            358           11.3 %        6,613        6,766            153            2.3 %
Total net revenues        $    6,996       $ 14,376     $    7,380          105.5 %   $   18,781     $ 24,119     $    5,338           28.4 %


Net radio revenues increased for both the three-month and six-month periods
ended June 30, 2021, as a result of overall advertising revenues rebounding from
the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, various state and local departments of
health increased their advertising to drive education and awareness surrounding
vaccination efforts. Our stations benefited more than stations serving the
general population due to the targeted nature of the awareness campaigns.

We typically monitor the performance of our stations against the aggregate
performance of the market in which we operate based on reports for the period
prepared by Miller Kaplan. Miller Kaplan reports are generally prepared on a
gross revenues basis and exclude revenues from barter and syndication
arrangements. Miller Kaplan reported gross revenues for the New York radio
market increased 37.9% for the six-month period ended June 30, 2021, as compared
to the same period of the prior year. Our gross revenues reported to Miller
Kaplan were up 46.1% for the six-month period ended June 30, 2021, as compared
to the same period of the prior year.

Outdoor advertising revenues increased for the three-month and six-month periods
ended June 30, 2021, attributable to overall advertising revenues rebounding
from the COVID-19 pandemic, which didn't meaningfully impact our performance
until the second calendar quarter of 2020. Revenues in our outdoor advertising
business have been less volatile than our radio business due to greater
geographic diversification and longer duration advertising contracts with
customers.

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Operating expenses excluding depreciation and amortization expense:



                            For the Three Months                                         For the Six Months
                               Ended June 30,                                              Ended June 30,
                             2020            2021        $ Change       % Change          2020          2021        $ Change       % Change
                                                                 (As reported, amounts in thousands)
Operating expenses
excluding depreciation
and amortization
expense
  Radio                   $     4,005       $ 5,739     $    1,734           43.3 %    $   10,936     $ 11,030     $       94            0.9 %
  Outdoor Advertising           2,479         2,079           (400 )        (16.1 )%        4,927        4,549           (378 )         (7.7 )%
Total operating
expenses excluding
depreciation and
amortization expense      $     6,484       $ 7,818     $    1,334           20.6 %    $   15,863     $ 15,579     $     (284 )         (1.8 )%


Radio operating expenses excluding depreciation and amortization expense
increased during the three-month period ended June 30, 2021 due to
revenue-related expenses, such as commission expense, and a nonrecurring benefit
in the second quarter of 2020. In the three months ended June 30, 2020, we
recognized a reduction in expenses of $1.5 million related to the Loan Proceeds
Participation Agreement with Emmis. In the three months ended June 30, 2021, we
recorded approximately $0.5 million of employee retention credits, which reduce
operating expenses. For the six months ended June 30, 2021, the increase
described above for the second quarter was offset by personnel and non-personnel
cost reductions implemented in response to the decline in revenues caused by the
COVID-19 pandemic.

Outdoor advertising operating expenses excluding depreciation and amortization
are largely fixed in nature; however, we recorded approximately $0.3 million of
employee retention credits during the three months ended June 30, 2021, which
reduced operating expenses when compared to the three and six-month periods
ended June 30, 2020.

Corporate expenses



                             For the Three Months                                        For the Six Months
                                Ended June 30,                                             Ended June 30,
                            2020             2021         $ Change       % Change         2020          2021        $ Change       % Change
                                                                 (As reported, amounts in thousands)
Corporate expenses        $    932       $      1,845     $     913           98.0 %   $    2,097      $ 3,486     $    1,389           66.2 %


The increase in corporate expenses for both the three and six-month periods ended June 30, 2021 relate to personnel hires in advance of the management agreement between the Company and Emmis ending in November 2021, as well as noncash compensation expense associated with restricted stock grants. These increases were partially offset by approximately $0.1 million of employee retention credits recorded in the three months ended June 30, 2021.

Depreciation and amortization:



                              For the Three Months                                         For the Six Months
                                 Ended June 30,                                              Ended June 30,
                               2020            2021        $ Change       % Change          2020          2021        $ Change       % Change
                                                                   (As reported, amounts in thousands)
Depreciation and
amortization
  Radio                    $        232       $   183     $      (49 )        (21.1 )%   $      481      $   374     $     (107 )        (22.2 )%
  Outdoor Advertising               931           795     $     (136 )        (14.6 )%        1,709        1,585           (124 )         (7.3 )%
Total depreciation and
amortization               $      1,163       $   978     $     (185 )        (15.9 )%   $    2,190      $ 1,959     $     (231 )        (10.5 )%




Radio depreciation and amortization expense decreased due to certain assets
becoming fully depreciated in the prior year. Outdoor advertising depreciation
and amortization declined due to revisions to the preliminary purchase price
allocation recorded during 2020 and associated adjustments to depreciation and
amortization.



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Loss (gain) on sale of assets:



                              For the Three Months                                     For the Six Months
                                 Ended June 30,                                          Ended June 30,
                            2020               2021         $ Change      % Change    2020           2021         $ Change      % Change
                                                               (As reported, amounts in thousands)
Loss (gain) on sale of
assets
  Radio                   $      -         $          -     $       -          N/A   $     -       $       -     $        -          N/A
  Outdoor Advertising            4                  (72 )   $     (76 )        N/M        82             (78 )         (160 )        N/M
Total loss (gain) on
sale of assets            $      4         $        (72 )   $     (76 )        N/M   $    82       $     (78 )   $     (160 )        N/M


The gain on sale of assets in the six months ended June 30, 2021 principally
relates to the disposal of certain outdoor advertising assets during the second
quarter. The loss on disposal of assets in the six months ended June 30, 2020
relates to the disposal of three outdoor advertising structures in the first
quarter of the prior year.

Operating income (loss):



                                  For the Three Months                                        For the Six Months
                                     Ended June 30,                                             Ended June 30,
                                   2020            2021        $ Change      % Change          2020          2021       $ Change      % Change
                                                                      (As reported, amounts in thousands)
Operating income (loss)
  Radio                         $      (408 )    $  4,929     $    5,337       (1308.1 )%   $      751     $  5,949     $   5,198         692.1 %
  Outdoor Advertising                  (247 )         723            970        (392.7 )%         (105 )        710           815        (776.2 )%
  All Other                            (932 )      (1,845 )         (913 ) 

98.0 % (2,097 ) (3,486 ) (1,389 ) 66.2 % Total operating income (loss) $ (1,587 ) $ 3,807 $ 5,394

(339.9 )% $ (1,451 ) $ 3,173 $ 4,624 (318.7 )%



Radio and outdoor advertising operating income increase in the three and six-
month periods ended June 30, 2021, due to advertising revenues rebounding from
the impact of the pandemic in the prior year. In addition, the Company qualified
for employee retention credits of $0.9 million under the CARES Act for the three
months ended June 30, 2021, and recorded the benefit as a reduction to operating
expenses during this period.

Interest expense



                            For the Three Months                                        For the Six Months
                               Ended June 30,                                             Ended June 30,
                             2020            2021        $ Change       % Change         2020          2021        $ Change       % Change
                                                                 (As reported, amounts in thousands)
Interest expense          $    (2,279 )    $ (2,701 )   $     (422 )        

18.5 % $ (4,517 ) $ (5,239 ) $ (722 ) 16.0 %



Interest expense increased due to (i) the additional funding from SG
Broadcasting during 2021, which took the form of additional loans, (ii) accrued
interest on the Emmis Promissory Note and SG Broadcasting Promissory Notes being
paid in kind in the final quarter of 2020, and (iii) an additional 1% paid in
kind interest rate applicable beginning May 19, 2021 as a result of Amendment
No. 4 to the senior credit facility.

Loss on debt extinguishment

                                  For the Three Months                                      For the Six Months
                                     Ended June 30,                                           Ended June 30,
                                2020               2021         $ Change      % Change     2020             2021       $ Change      % Change
                                                                    (As reported, amounts in thousands)
Loss on debt extinguishment   $      -         $        (81 )   $     (81 ) 

N/A $ - $ (81 ) $ (81 ) N/A



The loss on debt extinguishment recorded during the three months ended June 30,
3021 relates to the unscheduled principal payment of $3 million required under
Amendment No. 4 to the senior credit facility. In connection with this principal
payment, we wrote-off a pro rata portion of the unamortized debt discount and
recognized this as a loss on debt extinguishment.

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Provision for income taxes:



                                For the Three Months                                          For the Six Months
                                   Ended June 30,                                               Ended June 30,
                                 2020             2021       $ Change       % Change           2020           2021      $ Change       % Change
                                                                     (As reported, amounts in thousands)
Provision for income taxes   $      14,493       $    82     $ (14,411 )    

(99.4 )% $ 13,876 $ 163 $ (13,713 ) (98.8 )%



Given the uncertainty in the economy due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,
particularly in the New York market, the Company concluded it could not
reasonably estimate pre-tax income for the year ended December 31, 2021, so the
Company is calculating its provision for income taxes on a discrete basis until
there is greater clarity. During the three months ended June 30, 2020, the
Company concluded that it was more likely than not that it would be unable to
realize its deferred tax assets and recorded a valuation allowance against these
assets.

Consolidated net loss:

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