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Stocks moving in after hours: News Corp., Getty Images

Yahoo Finance Live's Seana Smith examines several stocks trending in the after-hours trading session.

Video transcript

AKIKO FUJITA: Let's head over to Seana now, who's been watching some stocks trending after hours. What do you got?

SEANA SMITH: All righty, Akiko. We've got two names for you here, News Corp and Getty Images. Let's kick it off with News Corp because we're looking at gains in extended trading of just about 5 and 1/2%. The company beating the Street's estimates on both the top and bottom line. News Corp also saying that its cost reduction measures, which does include a headcount reduction of about 5%, they now expect that to yield about $160 million in annualized savings. We're looking at a pop here of just about 5%.

But on a year-over-year basis, yes, those numbers did beat what the Street was looking for. But revenue has declined from a year ago, off just about 1.8%. Also, its news media ad revenue decreasing $11 million, or about 5% from a year ago. Year to date, you're looking at losses of just about 8%.

Switching it over to Getty Images, that stock off just about 1 and 1/2% here in extended trading. A mixed report from the company-- EPS did miss. Revenue coming in better than expected. Free cash flow, $16.4 million.

But let's take a look at a two-month chart of Getty because you can certainly see the pop in the stock here, up just about 25%. The big reason for that was the fact that the company is under activist investor pressure here from Trillium Capital. Trillium urging the company to explore strategic options, including a sale. We'll hear whether or not we get any more information on that on the earnings call tonight here. But again, stock under pressure in after hours. Trading over the last two months up 25% year to date, looking at gains of just about 12%.