DB Corp, the publisher of dailies such as Dainik Bhaskar, Divya Bhaskar, Saurashtra Samachar, Divya Marathi and DNA has posted a loss before tax of Rs 6.91 crore for its Internet business segment for the quarter ended Sept 30. Losses at in the segment declined marginally from the loss of Rs 7.8 crore in the preceding quarter and increased significantly from Rs 1.2 crore in the same quarter last year. However, the Internet segment’s revenues in Q3 FY16 increased 12.6% year-on-year to Rs 11.39 crore from Rs 10.11 crore in Q3 FY15. On a sequential basis, the Internet revenues increased 82.24% from Rs 6.25 crore same quarter last year. The Internet segment however accounts for just 2.38% of DB Corp’s operational income which was at Rs 478.32 crore for the quarter. The company’s print business still dominates its operational revenues,…
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