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Sun TV net up 20.54 pc at Rs 130.36 cr; revenues, too, up by 34.69 pc

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Sun TV net up 20.54 pc at Rs 130.36 cr; revenues, too, up by 34.69 pc

Sun TV Network Ltd has reported a net profit of Rs 130.36 crore for the second quarter ending September 30, 2009, up 20.54 per cent from Rs 108.31 in the corresponding quarter of FY09. Revenues were up 34.69 per cent at Rs 320.39 crore, as against Rs 237.88 crore in Q2 FY09. Together with other income of Rs 11.47 crore, total income was up by 20.66 per cent to Rs 331.86 crore, as against Rs 275.03 crore in the previous quarter.

During the quarter ended September 30, 2009, EBITDA was higher by 36.47 per cent at Rs 243.36 crore, as compared to Rs 178.47 crore in Q2 of FY09.

Sun TV Network operates 20 satellite TV channels across four languages – Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam – and currently airs 42 FM radio stations across India.


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