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Entertainment Network (India) Ltd has reported its best net profit and EBITDA ever. Revenue was the highest for any fiscal third-quarter at Rs 98.5 cr.
Deloitte has forecast that regional print industry will continue to surge primarily driven by such factors as under penetration in regional markets, rise in regional ad rates and sustained pressure on English print advertising by digital media.
Singapore-based Amansa Capital sells 1.50% stake in HT Media at an average price of Rs 75.57 per share; bulk deal valued at Rs 194 mn.
Jagran Prakashan Q3 EBITDA surges 19.6% to Rs 1.09 bn. Dainik Jagran reports 11.3% increase in operating revenue to Rs 3.32 bn.
While the leaders of the different categories have remained unchanged, the pecking orders of publications have seen some major overhaul. In a major power equation shift, Dainik Bhaskar has slipped to third position, losing ground to Hindustan. Mid Day and Deccan Herald have got into the top 10, pushing DNA and The New India Express out.