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TV 18's national news ops break even in Q3

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MUMBAI: The national news business of TV18 Broadcast has attained break-even status while losses continue to kick in from regional news operations.

TV18‘s general news operations on a combined level, however, posted an operating loss of Rs 16 million for the fiscal third quarter, reversing from a profit of Rs 71 million in the earlier year. The loss in the second quarter of this fiscal was lower at Rs 7 million.

Operating profit from the business news segment has narrowed to Rs 108 million for the three months ended December 2011, from Rs 225 million a year ago.

TV18‘s operating loss from combined news operations was Rs 162 million, reversing from a profit of Rs 296 million in the earlier-year quarter. Revenue grew to Rs 1.67 billion compared to Rs 1.53 billion a year ago.

In the general news segment, revenue rose to Rs 773 million, from Rs 744 million in the third quarter of the previous fiscal. For business news, revenue stood at Rs 876 million, up 11 per cent.

Revenue from infotainment channel History 18, which was launched in the third quarter of this fiscal, stood flat at Rs 22 million. The channel posted a loss of Rs 253 million.

Digital business continued to be in the red with the loss widening almost 51 per cent to Rs 322 million. Revenue rose 10 per cent to Rs 584 million.

Web18 recorded revenues of Rs 263 million, a growth of 21 per cent over the corresponding quarter last year on a proforma basis. Newswire18 delivered revenues of Rs 108 million for the quarter, and HomeShop18 Rs 213 million, a growth of 28 per cent over the corresponding quarter last year.

On a consolidated basis, TV18 Broadcast posted a net loss of Rs 535 million for the fiscal third quarter , mainly due to new channel launches.

The company‘s consolidated net profit in the same quarter of the earlier year stood at Rs 198 million.

Revenue increased to Rs 3.43 billion, up from Rs 2.36 billion a year ago.

TV18‘s consolidated numbers include 100 per cent standalone and AETN18, 50 per cent share of Viacom18 and 50 per cent share of IBN Lokmat.

The company‘s shares closed at Rs 31.30, down 2.03 per cent on the BSE.

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