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Independent Auditors Report 1 2,Consolidated Financial Statements. Consolidated Statement Of Financial Position 3,Consolidated Statement Of Activities 4. Consolidated Statement Of Functional Expenses 5,Consolidated Statement Of Cash Flows 6. Notes To Consolidated Financial Statements 7 24,Supplementary Information. Independent Auditors Report On Supplementary,Information 25.
Consolidating Statement Of Financial Position 26,Consolidating Statement Of Activities 27. RubinBrown LLP,Certified Public Accountants,Business Consultants. One North Brentwood,Saint Louis MO 63105,Independent Auditors Report T 314 290 3300. F 314 290 3400,W rubinbrown com,Board of Directors E info rubinbrown com. St Louis Regional Public Media Inc,d b a Nine Network of Public Media.
St Louis Missouri,Report On The Consolidated Financial Statements. We have audited the accompanying consolidated financial statements of St Louis. Regional Public Media Inc d b a Nine Network of Public Media a not for profit. organization and subsidiary which comprise the consolidated statement of financial. position as of June 30 2019 and the related consolidated statements of activities. functional expenses and cash flows for the year then ended and the related notes to the. consolidated financial statements, Management s Responsibility For The Consolidated Financial Statements. Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these consolidated. financial statements in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the. United States of America this includes the design implementation and maintenance of. internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of consolidated financial. statements that are free from material misstatement whether due to fraud or error. Auditors Responsibility, Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these consolidated financial statements. based on our audit We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards. generally accepted in the United States of America Those standards require that we plan. and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the consolidated. financial statements are free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and. disclosures in the consolidated financial statements The procedures selected depend on. the auditors judgment including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of. the consolidated financial statements whether due to fraud or error In making those risk. assessments the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity s preparation and. fair presentation of the consolidated financial statements in order to design audit. procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances but not for the purpose of expressing. an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity s internal control Accordingly we express no. such opinion An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies. used and the reasonableness of significant accounting estimates made by management as. well as evaluating the overall presentation of the consolidated financial statements. Board of Directors,St Louis Regional Public Media Inc. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to. provide a basis for our audit opinion, In our opinion the consolidated financial statements referred to above present fairly in all.
material respects the consolidated financial position of St Louis Regional Public Media. Inc d b a Nine Network of Public Media and subsidiary as of June 30 2019 and the. changes in their net assets and their cash flows for the year then ended in accordance with. accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. Report On Summarized Comparative Information, We have previously audited St Louis Regional Public Media Inc d b a Nine Network of. Public Media and subsidiary s 2018 consolidated financial statements and our report. dated December 6 2018 expressed an unmodified opinion on those audited consolidated. financial statements In our opinion the summarized comparative information presented. herein as of and for the year ended June 30 2018 is consistent in all material respects. with the audited consolidated financial statements from which it has been derived. November 22 2019,ST LOUIS REGIONAL PUBLIC MEDIA INC. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION,June 30 2019. With Summarized Financial Information As Of June 30 2018. Current Assets,Cash Notes 4 and 11 2 597 616 3 202 660. Certificates of deposit at cost 1 951 731, Accounts receivable net of allowance of 8 956 in 2019 298 006 543 922.
Promises to give short term Note 5 2 234 383 1 697 157. Prepaid expenses 51 420 68 304,Total Current Assets 7 133 156 5 512 043. Noncurrent Assets, Promises to give long term Note 5 1 039 320 1 188 277. Investments designated for annuity payments Notes 6 and 13 93 871 98 660. Board designated endowment assets Notes 4 and 6 917 809 242 567. Property and equipment Notes 7 and 9 10 007 215 10 608 938. Deferred revenue lease Note 17 1 056 811 923 022,Other assets 50 000 50 000. Assets restricted for endowment Notes 4 6 8 and 14 6 477 164 6 445 967. Total Noncurrent Assets 19 642 190 19 557 431,Total Assets 26 775 346 25 069 474. Liabilities And Net Assets,Current Liabilities, Accounts payable and accrued expenses 691 430 989 445.
Advances from related parties Note 11 199 732 180 323. Deferred revenue Note 17 60 989 61 315,Total Current Liabilities 952 151 1 231 083. Annuities Payable Note 13 93 871 98 660,Total Liabilities 1 046 022 1 329 743. Net Assets,Without Donor Restrictions, Net investment in property and equipment 10 007 215 10 608 938. Board designated endowment Note 18 917 809 242 567. Unrestricted operating surplus 3 371 409 2 370 168. Total Without Donor Restrictions 14 296 433 13 221 673. With Donor Restrictions, Purpose and time restricted Note 14 4 955 727 4 072 091. Perpetual in nature Notes 14 and 18 6 477 164 6 445 967. Total With Donor Restrictions 11 432 891 10 518 058. Total Net Assets 25 729 324 23 739 731, Total Liabilities And Net Assets 26 775 346 25 069 474.
See the notes to consolidated financial statements Page 3. ST LOUIS REGIONAL PUBLIC MEDIA INC,CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES. For The Year Ended June 30 2019, With Summarized Financial Information For The Year Ended June 30 2018. Without Donor With Donor,Restrictions Restrictions Total Total. Revenues And Support, Individual contributions 5 047 654 2 093 418 7 141 072 6 479 873. Government support Note 15 1 564 303 1 564 303 1 494 517. Corporate and foundation support Note 8 1 967 067 1 967 067 6 953 796. Community engagement revenue 112 766 1 036 572 1 149 338 1 647 248. Channel reassignment 774 610,Production and other revenues.
Notes 6 8 13 and 17 2 312 968 294 012 2 606 980 2 929 827. Net assets released from,restrictions Note 14 4 476 236 4 476 236. Total Revenues And Support 13 513 927 914 833 14 428 760 20 279 871. Program Services,Broadcasting 3 208 483 3 208 483 3 011 422. Production 1 901 661 1 901 661 2 021 932,Community engagement and. education 1 628 667 1 628 667 1 268 751,Public information 1 248 427 1 248 427 1 025 753. Total Program Services 7 987 238 7 987 238 7 327 858. Supporting Activities,Development 3 086 168 3 086 168 2 942 744.
Administration 1 365 761 1 365 761 1 347 153,Total Expenses 12 439 167 12 439 167 11 617 755. Increase In Net Assets 1 074 760 914 833 1 989 593 8 662 116. Net Assets Beginning Of Year 13 221 673 10 518 058 23 739 731 15 077 615. Net Assets End Of Year 14 296 433 11 432 891 25 729 324 23 739 731. See the notes to consolidated financial statements Page 4. ST LOUIS REGIONAL PUBLIC MEDIA INC,CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES. With Summarized Financial Information For The Year Ended June 30 2018. Program Services Supporting Activities,Engagement, Broadcasting Production And Education Public Information Development Administration Total Expenses. 2019 2018 2019 2018 2019 2018 2019 2018 2019 2018 2019 2018 2019 2018. Salaries 475 650 449 230 1 025 028 1 084 052 859 061 690 284 465 976 417 802 1 039 684 870 424 786 911 752 224 4 652 310 4 264 016. Payroll taxes and, benefits 125 538 101 218 200 712 211 805 138 467 130 673 152 334 128 505 249 258 223 037 86 018 86 525 952 327 881 763. Postage and shipping 2 815 3 862 1 722 1 163 1 299 2 233 48 873 48 046 180 069 167 942 2 116 2 351 236 894 225 597. Program expense 199 867 145 838 2 113 18 003 18 163 219 983 164 001. PBS program expense, and fees Note 16 1 499 173 1 433 469 1 499 173 1 433 469.
Affinity group fees, other dues and fees 9 117 10 752 3 679 4 394 3 045 4 250 45 535 15 975 27 141 27 360 123 029 92 466 211 546 155 197. Professional fees, legal and accounting 3 103 5 600 2 691 1 260 2 086 90 044 69 657 104 784 69 657. Travel business conferences, and event catering 17 753 17 741 17 641 30 096 60 086 46 769 13 766 4 761 147 687 160 879 62 680 48 119 319 613 308 365. Supplies and premiums 57 384 59 024 20 670 26 795 51 231 29 283 33 751 32 069 353 478 373 346 10 981 13 531 527 495 534 048. Printing and direct mail 3 117 2 986 5 476 7 430 80 494 78 562 392 189 376 648 1 576 4 101 482 852 469 727. Advertising and promotion 1 800 1 905 520 666 173 192 118 577 814 1 775 176 326 121 591. Outside services 132 317 196 357 218 744 255 883 225 579 63 067 58 310 27 390 229 693 231 190 45 595 104 010 910 238 877 897. Telephone and data, transmission 39 863 35 170 6 819 8 311 12 230 16 853 19 572 22 010 15 141 18 364 17 290 17 727 110 915 118 435. Equipment and facilities repair, and maintenance 31 791 39 577 41 331 61 466 10 520 19 423 99 100 75 350 97 539 152 208 15 906 14 040 296 187 362 064.
Utilities insurance, and other occupancy 233 115 232 560 130 985 132 570 35 380 35 687 17 690 17 843 35 380 35 687 27 210 28 081 479 760 482 428. Banking brokerage and, investment fees 151 104 137 608 19 258 22 795 170 362 160 403. Other expenses 1 174 2 244 258 29 361 28 747 13 798 30 793 44 789. Total expenses before,depreciation,amortization and. interest 2 827 486 2 724 798 1 681 135 1 823 670 1 405 843 1 045 286 1 209 853 986 890 2 968 627 2 823 378 1 288 614 1 269 425 11 381 558 10 673 447. Depreciation and, amortization Note 7 379 283 284 275 218 527 195 522 222 253 222 682 38 288 38 472 116 970 118 583 76 576 76 945 1 051 897 936 479. Interest expense Note 16 1 714 2 349 1 999 2 740 571 783 286 391 571 783 571 783 5 712 7 829. Total Expenses 3 208 483 3 011 422 1 901 661 2 021 932 1 628 667 1 268 751 1 248 427 1 025 753 3 086 168 2 942 744 1 365 761 1 347 153 12 439 167 11 617 755. See the notes to consolidated financial statements Page 5. ST LOUIS REGIONAL PUBLIC MEDIA INC,CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS.
For The Year Ended June 30 2019, With Summarized Financial Information For The Year Ended June 30 2018. Cash Flows From Operating Activities,Increase in net assets 1 989 593 8 662 116. Adjustments to reconcile increase in net assets,to net cash provided by operating activities. Contribution restricted for permanent endowment 6 000 000. Depreciation and amortization 1 051 897 923 607,Amortization of deferred rent 133 789 147 406. Amortization of other assets 12 872, Unrealized gain on beneficial interest in private foundation 31 197 4 044.
Unrealized gain loss on investments 25 205 10 556,Loss on sale of investments 151 779. Change in value of annuity 9 972 61,Changes in assets and liabilities. Accounts receivable 245 916 365 832,Promises to give 388 269 13 726. Prepaid expenses 16 884 7 221, Accounts payable and accrued expenses 88 486 146 554. Advances from related parties 19 409 4 579,Deferred revenue 326 4 292.
Annuities payable 25 881, Net Cash Provided By Operating Activities 2 666 550 3 280 398. Cash Flows From Investing Activities,Purchases of certificates of deposit 1 951 731. Proceeds from sales and maturities of investments 155 000 729 541. Purchases of investments 746 073 292 544, Purchases of property and equipment 659 703 1 099 314. Net Cash Used In Investing Activities 3 202 507 662 317. Cash Flows From Financing Activities,Payments on annuities payable 14 761 14 761. Payments on capital lease obligation 20 363,Payments on long term debt 1 194 334.
Net Cash Used In Financing Activities 14 761 1 229 458. Net Increase Decrease In Cash And Cash Equivalents 550 718 1 388 623. Cash And Cash Equivalents Beginning Of Year 3 296 493 1 907 870. Cash And Cash Equivalents End Of Year Note 4 2 745 775 3 296 493. Supplemental Cash Flow Information, Interest paid excluding capitalized interest 5 712 19 157. Property and equipment financed with accounts payable 209 529. See the notes to consolidated financial statements Page 6. ST LOUIS REGIONAL PUBLIC MEDIA INC,NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. June 30 2019,1 Operations, The consolidated financial statements include the accounts of the St Louis Regional. Public Media Inc d b a Nine Network of Public Media and its wholly owned. subsidiary Videonine Medianine Inc collectively the Station St Louis Regional. Public Media Inc is a not for profit organization which began providing public and. St Louis Missouri Report On The Consolidated Financial Statements We have audited the accompanying consolidated financial statements of St Louis Regional Public Media Inc d b a Nine Network of Public Media a not for profit organization and subsidiary which comprise the consolidated statement of financial position as of June 30 2019 and the related consolidated statements of

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