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Dish sheds 143,000 TV customers

US satellite pay-TV broadcaster Dish Network has reported revenue totaling $3.68 billion (€3.37bn) for the quarter ending March 31st 2017, compared to $3.83 billion for the corresponding period in 2016.…

YouTube survives ad controversy

YouTube survives ad controversy

Google parent Alphabet posted a 29 per cent rise in quarterly profit, driven by a surge in advertising on mobiles and its popular YouTube video service. Alphabet’s net income rose…

SES ups profits 11.5%

SES is beginning to reap the rewards of extra capacity being utilised, and in reporting its Q1 numbers, says it has seen “substantial” growth in its contracted backlog (from €7.6…

Mediaset Spain profits up 21%

Mediaset Spain profits up 21%

Commercial broadcaster Mediaset Spain made a profit of €60.6 million in the first quarter, up 21 per cent than the same period last year. Net revenues grew by 4.2 per…

TF1 Group Q1 up 3.5%

French media company TF1 Group, the owner of channel TF1, the largest European private TV channel, has reported its Q1 figures. Consolidated revenue for the first quarter of 2017 reached…

Comcast: “2017 fastest start in five years”

Comcast, the US telco and largest broadcasting and cable television company in the world by revenue, has reported results for the quarter ended March 31st 2017. Brian L. Roberts, Chairman…

LG Q1 boosted by premium TV demand

LG Q1 boosted by premium TV demand

LG Electronics has announced first-quarter 2017 revenue of KRW 14.66 trillion (€11.65bn), an increase of 9.7 per cent from the same period last year. LG nearly doubled its operating income…

Technicolor: “Q1 down, but expected”

Technicolor has reported its Q1 2017 numbers. The French media and entertainment giant said that performance in the first quarter was in line with Group’s expectations and the outlook for…

Intelsat Q1: Losses trimmed

Intelsat’s Q1 saw overall revenues of $538.5 million [€493m] (down 2.6 per cent on 2016 y-o-y from $552.6 million) but with considerable shrinkage of its all-important backlog. This latest quarter-year…

Ericsson hits new low

Ericsson’s net loss grew to SEK 10.9 billion (€1.13bn) for the first quarter, as the company took on restructuring charges. The result included SEK 8.4 billion in provisions on customer…