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Network18 operating revenues up 14% at Rs 831.9 crore in Q3 FY15

15-January-2015
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Network18 operating revenues up 14% at Rs 831.9 crore in Q3 FY15

Network18 Media & Investments Ltd. operating revenues in Q3FY15 on a consolidated basis increased by 14% year on year (YoY) as it stood at Rs. 831.9 crore as compared with Rs.727.6 crore in Q3FY14. The 9MFY15 also increased by 17% year on year (YoY) and stood at Rs.2,285.1 crore as compared with Rs.1,954.1 crore in 9MFY14.  

The consolidated profit before depreciation, interest and taxes (PBDIT) in Q3FY15 grew by 13% YoY which was Rs.67.1 crore as compared with Rs.59.5 crore in Q3FY14. The consolidated PBDIT for the period 9MFY15 was up by 149% YoY and stood at Rs.97.2 crore as compared with Rs.39 crore in the same period during the corresponding financial year.  

The consolidated Profit Before Tax (PBT) grew by 16% YoY in Q3FY15 and stood at Rs.22.4 crore up from Rs.19.3 crore in Q3FY14. 
 

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