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Seven West Media's Profits Fall Nearly 20% Due To Weak Advertising Market

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 17 / 17

Seven West Media's profit has fallen by 19.5% to A$166.8M ($131.6M) "as a weak advertising market rocks its print businesses and 'hinders' the performance of its Olympic Games coverage," according to Arvind Hickman of AD NEWS. The group's revenues declined 2.8% to A$1.68B ($1.33B), "largely due to d...

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