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Results Digest: TV Today, Jagran, Radio Mirchi, Spice Mobile, Mid Day, Shyam Telecom

TV Today Network TV Today Network, that runs Aaj Tak and Headlines Today, has registered a profit of Rs. 106.12 million for the quarter ended September 2009 as compared to Rs. 75.77 million in the corresponding quarter last year. Income from operations stood at Rs. 645.47 million. EPS increased to Rs.1.84 (Rs.5 Equity shares) and total expenditure showed a slight decrease of 4.72 percent to Rs. 561.1 million. Details: Financials Jagran Prakashan Jagran Prakashan publishers of Dainik Jagran has reported operating revenue of Rs. 2468 million up 18.31 percent as compared to the same quarter of the last FY. The operating revenue for the quarter ended June, 2009 was 2318.7 million. Net profit stood at 502.76 million as compared to Rs. 495.1 million for the previous quarter. Ad Revenue and Circulation Revenue were reported as Rs. 1716 million and 542.8 million respectively. Details: Release | Financials Spice Mobile Spice Group's handset unit Spice Mobile has reported a net profit of Rs.164 million as compared to the loss of Rs.63 million posted for the quarter ended September, 2008. Total revenue and bfor the quarter was announced to be Rs.2200 million and Rs. 1965 million respevtively. Radio Mirchi Entertainment Network India Ltd backed Radio Mirchi has announced revenues of Rs 559 million for the quarter ending September, 2009 a rise of 11.35% as compared to the revenue of Rs 502 million reported for the quarter ended June 2009. The corresponding revenue of the same period last fiscal was Rs. 616 million. EBITDA stood…

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