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CyberMedia net profit up 23 pc, revenues from online business up 47 pc in Q1 FY07

27-July-2006
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CyberMedia net profit up 23 pc, revenues from online business up 47 pc in Q1 FY07

Speciality media house CyberMedia Ltd saw its net profit go up by 23 per cent to Rs 12.6 million from Rs 10.3 million in toe first quarter of FY2007 due to higher sales. CyberMedia has also recorded a 25 per cent increase in total income during the same period to Rs 192.5 million as compared to Rs 154.5 million in Q1 FY2006.

EBITDA increased by 26 per cent YoY to Rs 27.5 million from Rs 21.9 million in Q1 FY2006. EBITDA margins were up 14.3 per cent after absorbing operating losses in new businesses.

The company saw its revenue from online business grow by 47 per cent YoY to Rs 14.8 million due to improvement in unique visitors and page views.

Revenues from publishing business increased by 13.7 per cent YoY to Rs 117.41 million due to higher value ad realisation and growth in ad pages. Revenues from research business went up by 20.1 per cent YoY to Rs 32.1 million due to boost in research demand led by growth in the IT and telecom sector in India.

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