TV market round-up: June 2018

25 Jul 2018  |  Newsline Staff 
TV market round-up: June 2018

Love Island and the World Cup helped secure a 22.9% surge in revenues for ITV in June. Total revenues reached almost £117m last month - a boost of £21.7m on the previous year.

Meanwhile, ITV Breakfast was down -1.1 to £4.4m, and Channel 4 down -0.9% to total revenues of £40.6m.

Elsewhere, Total Satellite revenues were up 2.7% to almost £173m.

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