TV market round-up: August 2018

01 Oct 2018  |  Newsline Staff 
TV market round-up: August 2018

According to the latest agency estimates, ITV's August revenues are down -5.9% - with total revenues having dropped from £90m to £84.7m year-on-year.

ITV Breakfast also saw a small decline, down -1.5% to just under £4m; meanwhile, Channel 4 saw its revenues grow 7.6% to nearly £44m.

Elsewhere, Total Satellite revenues declined -3.0%, from £169.7m to £164.6m.

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