HT Media Ltd

November 2016
Ace Analyser: Investor Presentations;11/2/2016, preceding p1
Financial Report
The article presents a corporate profile of mass media company HT Media Ltd. based in New Delhi, India. Topics discussed include revenue growth for print business, profitability and revenue for radio stations, and the use of digital strategy for digital footprint. Also mentioned financial performance of the company such as total revenues, earnings before interest taxes depreciation & amortization (EBITDA), and earnings per share (EPS).


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