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NDTV cuts YOY loss from Rs 22 cr to Rs 15 cr

03-November-2012
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NDTV cuts YOY loss from Rs 22 cr to Rs 15 cr

NDTV Group has reduced its year-on-year loss from Rs 22 crore to Rs 15 crore in the second quarter ended September 30, 2012. The Group has reported total revenues of around Rs 108 crore for Q2 FY13.

The Q2 FY13 revenue of NDTV Convergence, which operates the Internet and mobile business of the Group, grew by more than 60 per cent over the same quarter last year.

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