TV market round-up: May 2019

28 Jun 2019  |  Newsline Staff 
TV market round-up: May 2019

Following a few months of seesawing figures, television revenues had a more stable month in May - recording only minimal changes year-on-year according to UK agency estimates.

Channel 4 once again performed the best in the market in terms of its total revenue growth, up 4.3% YoY to just over £55.2m.

Meanwhile, ITV - the largest of the UK's commercial broadcasters - grew 1% over the year to reach £112.7m. However, ITV Breakfast saw its revenues fall -1.2% to £5m.

Elsewhere, Total Satellite's revenues were down -1.3% to £192.6m.

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