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Sky revenues rise 5% in 9-mths, profits lower

Thursday 20 April 2017 | 09:25 CET | News
Sky said revenues for the nine-months to end March advanced 5 percent from the year earlier at constant currency to GBP 9.641 billion, pushed by all regions but especially Germany & Austria (+10%) and Italy (+7%). Revenues from the UK & Ireland lifted 4 percent. Group operating profit fell 11 percent to GBP 1.013 billion, including GBP 494 million in Premier League costs, while EBITDA slipped 6 percent to GBP 1.525 billion.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Sky
Countries: Austria / Germany / Ireland / Italy / United Kingdom
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